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The regular season is finally upon us, kicking off with a traditional doubleheader on Tuesday. It’s often challenging to gauge a player’s potential based on just one game, but Tuesday’s matchups really made a difference. Lakers power forward Taurian Prince has shown what he can do during the preseason, especially after Jarred Vanderbilt suffered a heel injury, and he stood out as one of the team’s top performers in a 119-107 loss to the Nuggets.

In 30 minutes of playing time, Prince showed remarkable accuracy, going 6-for-6 from beyond the arc on eight attempts and 2-for-2 from the free throw line for a total of 18 points. He also contributed three rebounds, one assist, one block and four three-pointers. Prince, who is a career 37.2 percent three-point shooter, continued his strong play with the Timberwolves last season when he shot just over 38 percent from beyond the arc. Playing alongside LeBron James and Anthony Davis has provided Prince with plenty of open shots, and he proved convincingly on Tuesday that he can capitalize on them.

Taurean Prince headlines Tuesday’s top pickups

For fantasy managers looking for a forward who can knock down valuable three-pointers, adding Prince to your roster is a smart move, and on top of that, his price tag remains high. Prior to Tuesday’s game, only 10 percent of Yahoo leagues had him on their roster, but that number has now risen to a still manageable 14 percent. On the other hand, Rui Hachimura, who is also competing for a starting spot in the preseason, played 15 minutes in Tuesday’s game and finished with six points and three rebounds on 3-of-10 shooting (0-of-3 from beyond the arc). Playing at 29 percent in Yahoo leagues, Hachimura hasn’t impressed fantasy managers much, so it’s safe to leave him on waivers for now. The smart choice would be Prince, and that will likely remain the case even after Vanderbilt comes back.

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Now, let’s discuss a couple more prospects below 40 percent in the first installment of this season’s Pick of the Day.

Josh Okogie (12%) – Rising Starter

Fantasy managers looking to capitalize on the absence of Bradley Beal (back) and hoping to find some hidden gems among Suns players will find Okogie to be a valuable addition. Regardless of the Suns’ new additions, Okogie is already worth a pickup as a starter. In 32 minutes of action against the Warriors on Tuesday, he showed what he can do by contributing 17 points, five rebounds, one assist, one steal and one three-pointer. Okogie was surprisingly low on the floor, especially with Nasir Little playing just three minutes and Keita Baez Diop not playing at all.

Yuta Watanabe played 18 minutes and had eight points, four rebounds, one cap hit and two three-pointers, but it’s unlikely that his performance will overshadow Okogie in fantasy leagues. Eric Gordon (10%) and Grayson Allen (8%) are both popular streaming pickups, but they only totaled 10 points, all from Gordon, and struggled on 4-of-22 shooting from the field.

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