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Fantasy Basketball - Dynasty Rundown for Week 13

Welcome to RotoBaller's weekly dynasty league rundown! Dynasty leagues are becoming more and more popular, and we're here to keep you ahead of the game.

Each week, we'll touch on topics and players that may not necessarily be relevant in single-year formats, but they can make a splash in keeper leagues.

With that being said, let's look at the dynasty rundown for Week 13.

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Reggie Bullock, New York Knicks

Bullock has jumped into the starting lineup for various injuries the last couple of games, and his production has been good. He averaged 15.5 points, three dimes and 2.5 steals in the two games with minutes around 27 per game.  It's unknown how long he'll have this run, but he's worth streaming for the time being in mid-sized to deeper leagues.

Emmanuel Mudiay, Utah Jazz

The former first-round pick filled in for Mike Conley (hamstring) the last three games with solid production. He has averaged 14.7 points, five assists and 3.7 boards during the stretch. Hamstrings can be tricky, and Conley is starting to age, which could give Mudiay an extended run. He's an option as long as Conley is on the shelf.

John Wall, Washington Wizards

The former All-Star has been taking part in 3-on-3 drills, but the team spoke with caution about Wall's status that they were going to be conservative with him. He was supposed to miss most, if not all of this season after tearing his Achilles' again. The odds are long that he'll revert back to form this season, and he may not return at all with the team out of contention. However, he's worth stashing if space provides.


Taj Gibson, New York Knicks

The grizzled 34-year-old has found the fountain of youth the last two games averaging 16.5 points and eight boards per game with forward Marcus Morris (neck) out.  Morris' absence shouldn't be long term, but he's hot on the trade block as well. Gibson could be trade bait as well before the Feb. 6 trade deadline, but Morris is more likely to draw interest.  Gibson should be picked up in deeper leagues in the event that more playing time opens up long term.

Eric Paschall, Golden State Warriors

The 2019 second rounder found his way back into the rotation of late, and he has posted 11 points, five boards, three assists and 2.5 steals per game. The cellar-dwelling Dubs have little to play for, and Paschall should be grabbing more consistent forward minutes any time. Paschall averaged 18.1 points and 5.8 boards per game in November, and he should have another window of opportunity to do so again soon.


Luke Kornet, Chicago Bulls

The Bulls lost center Wendell Carter Jr. (ankle) for at least four to six weeks, and Kornet will be in the rotation with center Daniel Gafford to take those minutes. Gafford will likely have first shot at them, but he's probably owned in most deeper formats. Kornet could be a consolation prize. Kornet jacked up 3-for-9 in triples Jan. 11 en route to 15 points and six boards in 25 minutes. He went scoreless in the last game, and those peaks and valleys should be expected.

Jahlil Okafor, New Orleans Pelicans

The former No. 3 overall pick surfaces in a big way from time to time, but they never seem to give him consistent minutes. He had 25 points, 14 boards, five assists and three blocks in a ridiculous game against the Detroit Pistons Monday. It's unlikely to last long, but he needs to be owned everywhere pronto.


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