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1/14:Indiana Pacers point guard Cory Joseph was the main beneficiary of the Pacers routing of the Phoenix Suns. Joseph managed to shoot efficiently from the field, scoring 16 points and dishing six assists in the win. Joseph played 31 minutes, so his stats are a tad inflated, but his play should still be noted while he stays entirely fantasy relevant. This is coming after he put up a 16-minute dud against Cleveland, but the Pacers still won and Joseph responded against the Suns with authority. If you were worried Joseph may start to see a downtrend,read more...
1/14:Indiana Pacers forward Domantas Sabonis rebounded his way into fantasy relevance on Sunday by securing 14 boards in only 23 minutes of action against the Suns, who are one of the top rebounding teams in the league. Though he was not able to score much, he proved his versatility and ability to be effective wherever he was needed. The lack of scoring is going to happen, but Sabonis transitioning into a more definitive hustle player while center Myles Turner is out will benefit fantasy owners. The more he bumps around in the paintread more...
1/14:Indiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo scored 17 points and grabbed a few rebounds in a great team win over the Suns. Indiana continues to roll over sub-.500 teams and challenge contenders behind Oladipo’s on-court leadership. His ability to score has made him the top dog in the Pacers offense, and even though he and the rest of the starters only played around 20 to 25 minutes, the bench picked up the slack, leaving owners a little disappointed. Oladipo will continue to be a must-play in most situations, but nights like these will start to become moreread more...
1/14:Indiana Pacers guard Darren Collison had an efficient night on Sunday. Following a team-best, 22-point performance against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Collison led the Pacers with 19 points in a blowout win over the Phoenix Suns. Playing only 27 minutes, he also contributed five rebounds, one assist and a team-leading four steals. This is the third time in six games since the start of January that Collison has scored at least 17 points. Prior to this month, he only scored more than 17 points three times dating back to Nov. 15. Look for continued success as heread more...
1/14:Minnesota Timberwolves guard Jeff Teague continues to work his way back into the starting lineup after a knee injury kept him sidelined for a seven-game stretch. Teague only saw the court for 26 minutes in his first game back but saw a full complement of time on Friday against the Knicks with 33 minutes in their 118-108 win. In that contest, he gave a balanced performance, posting 12 points, eight assists, four rebounds and four steals on the night. With Sunday's game against Portland included in a unique two-and-two split slate, Teague makes for a solidread more...
1/14:New York Knicks power forward Kristaps Porzingis had arguably the toughest front-court matchup in the NBA on Sunday, as he faced the Pelicans twin towers of Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins. Porzingis didn't shoot the ball particularly well (10-for-24) but sank four triples on his way to 25 points in the overtime loss. KP had a hard time battling for rebounds with his competition and only came away with six on the night. He was effective on defense, however, racking up five steals and two blocks in his team-high 43read more...
1/14:New York Knicks center Enes Kanter had a productive Sunday against the Pelicans, scoring an accurate 18 points on 9-for-14 shooting. Kanter had his hands full on the glass but still managed to pull down 10 boards in this one. The big man also came away with two blocks in his 36 minutes, which is probably more than owners expected. Kanter can be underwhelming at times, but is a steady source of points and rebounds on a night-to-night basis.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource: NBA
1/14:New York Knicks guard/forward Tim Hardaway Jr. was back in full effect on Sunday, finishing with 25 points on 8-for-17 shooting, including two makes from deep. Hardaway Jr. helped out in other areas as well, going home with five rebounds and three assists in his 32 minutes. He was a problem for the Pelicans on defense in this one, too, as he stole the ball three times, but offset those numbers with three turnovers himself. THJ looks to be back up to pace already after missing over a month and owners who were patient enough toread more...
1/14:New York Knicks shooting guard Courtney Lee had a game to forget on Sunday, scoring just seven points on 3-for-10 shooting. Lee wasn't overly active anywhere else in this one, accounting for only two rebounds, four assists and one block in his 35 minutes of action. Lee should still be worth owning, but his value will definitely be hurt by Tim Hardaway Jr.'s return.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource: NBA
1/14:New York Knicks point guard Jarrett Jack had another nice game on Sunday against the Pelicans, hitting two treys to finish with 22 points on 9-for-14 shooting. Jack was the Knicks' floor general in this one again and connected with his teammates for a game-high eight assists in the overtime loss. The veteran also picked up four rebounds and three steals in his 36 minutes but was a bit of a liability for owners, committing five turnovers on the night. Jack has firmly placed himself on the list of roster-worthy players and while the Knicks' playoffread more...
1/14:Miami Heat point guard Goran Dragic led the team to their seventh straight win Sunday over the Milwaukee Bucks. Dragic posted a game-high 25 points with four three-pointers, three rebounds, two assists and a steal in 33 minutes. Over the past seven games, all wins, Dragic is averaging 21.9 points on 46.6 percent shooting, 6.9 assists, 5.1 assists and 2.1 threes. This ranks Dragic as a top-45 play over the past 15 days. The buy-low window for Dragic has officially closed, and owners can sit back and enjoy his recent resurgence.--Dale Johnson -read more...
1/14:Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside showed he doesn't need a ton of minutes to produce, posting another double-double in Sunday's win over the Milwaukee Bucks. Whiteside scored 15 points on 5-for-6 shooting with 10 rebounds, two steals and four blocks in only 25 minutes. Whiteside ended up closing this game, but his sub-30 minutes of play is a little alarming for owners, as he is only averaging 26.4 minutes in his past five contests. Whiteside should be past his injury woes and Miami might just be using caution with their big man, but keep an eyeread more...
1/14:Washington Wizards small forward Kelly Oubre Jr. was highly efficient Saturday in the overtime win over the Brooklyn Nets. Oubre led the bench with 17 points on 5-for-6 shooting with three rebounds, an assist and a steal in 29 minutes. Oubre has now quietly strung together four straight double-digit scoring efforts. While coming off the bench, Oubre won't necessarily help in any specific area, but he won't hurt either. Oubre's fantasy potential remains limited while behind starter Otto Porter on the depth chart. Oubre can be used as a 10- or 12-team streamer withread more...
1/14:Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat posted his second straight double-double in Saturday's overtime win against the Brooklyn Nets. Gortat finished with 16 points on 6-for-8 shooting and 13 rebounds in 30 minutes. Gortat also chipped in defensively with a steal and a block. Gortat has always been a reliable source of rebounds, but his fantasy game is extremely limited in today's day and age of the NBA center. Gortat is limited to 1.8 assists per game this year and rarely ever attempts a three-pointer, let alone make one. However, his potential for a double-double with goodread more...
1/14:Washington Wizards forward Otto Porter was one rebound shy of a double-double in Saturday's overtime win over the Brooklyn Nets. Porter stuffed the stat sheet in this one with 12 points and nine rebounds while also contributing a steal, assist and block in 37 minutes. With the resurgence of teammate John Wall, Porter has been an afterthought lately for Washington. Over his past five games played, Porter is averaging 9.0 points on 38.0 percent shooting. Porter usually has great percentages and does not turn the ball over, so hopefully he will find his shotread more...