After a disappointing season in Brooklyn last year, fantasy owners were hopeful that a change of scenery would rejuvenate Humphries. Early in the season that was not the case, as he was getting very little playing time and not doing much while he was in the game. However recently he has been moved into the starting lineup and once again has shown why he can be a fantasy force. Over the last two weeks, he is just short of averaging a double-double at 9.8 points and 9.0 rebounds a game. Humphries has also been much better on the defensive end as he has 10 blocks in the Celtics last four games. If his playing time can stick around 28 minutes a game look for Humphries to be a double-double machine.
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