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1/7:New Orleans Pelicans power forward Anthony Davis posted 16 points on 5-for-12 shooting to go along with nine rebounds, one steal and two blocks in a blowout loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. This was a poor game by Davis' standards, as he played 36 minutes and failed to reach his normal average stat line. There is no doubt that Davis will bounce back in the next game and return to his dominating fantasy value. He will continue to return top fantasy value with injuries being the only factor that can stop him.--Andy Zhao - Rotoballerread more...
1/7:Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul contributed 16 points, seven rebounds, 13 assists and two steals in a 108-101 loss against the Detroit Pistons. Paul also recorded five turnovers, which gives him 10 turnovers in his last two outings. Paul is usually more careful with the ball, but without another high level playmaker on the court, he is more prone to errors as the opposing defense is oriented towards stopping him. With James Harden (hamstring) injured, Paul will likely lose some of his efficiency, but his counting stats and scoring will increase withoutread more...
1/7:Sacramento Kings center Willie Cauley-Stein put his imprint on a 106-98 win over the Nuggets on Saturday, dropping 17 points on 8-of-12 shooting to go along with a career-high seven steals. Cauley-Stein has been frustrating to own this season, mainly due to the sporadic minutes that are being thrown around in Sacramento. However, he's been a top-60 play over the past two weeks with averages of 15.2 points, 7.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals on 58 percent shooting. He's quickly trending up for the tanking Kings, as they should have very little incentive to keep givingread more...
1/7:Sacramento Kings point guard De'Aaron Fox scored 18 points to go along with seven dimes on Saturday night and looks ready to run away with the starting point guard position the rest of the way. This marks the second straight game in which Fox has logged over 30 minutes while having scored 17 points the previous game. He's starting to come on after a brutal start to his rookie campaign, as his outlook for the second half of the season looks promising. Fox still struggled with some turnovers Saturday with four, and there will be some futureread more...
1/7:Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray continued to bomb away from downtown, adding three more triples to finish with 18 points on 7-of-16 shooting. Murray appeared on some wavier wires earlier in the season and has been on a tear since he's regained the trust of head coach Mike Malone. He's a prime example of why patience pays off, as he's on seventh-round value on the year but is also a top-25 play over the past month. Murray isn't going to be your traditional point guard where he's going to rack up assists, but his output inread more...
1/7:Denver Nuggets forward Trey Lyles continues to fill it up, as he contributed 19 points and pulled down nine boards in a 106-98 loss to the Kings on Saturday. Lyles has been on fire, hitting double figures in 11 straight games, and has been a steady fourth-round value since. He's suddenly carved out a role in Denver, where he has averaged 27.5 minutes since December. Lyles is filled with upside and he's severely under-owned at just 45 percent in standard leagues. He is a must-start, must-own player going forward until Paul Millsap (wrist)read more...
1/6:Brooklyn Nets center Jahlil Okafor had his best game as a Net on Saturday, scoring 12 points in just 12 minutes of action. Okafor rebounded the ball well in his limited playing time, coming down with five boards in the loss. He also showed some good rim-protecting skills with two blocks in this one. Okafor seems like he will be brought along slowly, but the opportunity is there. Patient owners may be able to stay the course, but generally speaking, we don't think he's worth owning outside of very deep leagues just yet.--Matthewread more...
1/6:Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie did his best to lead his team to victory on Saturday but fell short in the closing moments of the close game against Boston. Dinwiddie scored 20 points on 7-for-15 shooting while picking up three assists and three rebounds as well. He also had a steal in his team-high 36 minutes but had some butter fingers, committing four turnovers through four quarters. D'Angelo Russell (knee) is thought to be nearing a return, but head coach Kenny Atkinson has hinted that Dinwiddie could play alongside Russell upon hisread more...
1/6:Brooklyn Nets forward DeMarre Carroll (rib, knee) was questionable to go against the Celtics on Saturday but was able to give it a go, scoring an ugly 10 points (3-for-12) in the losing effort. Carroll rebounded the ball well, however, pulling down seven in this one to go along with one block in 30 minutes of action. The veteran has been a bit of a letdown as of late and looks more like a fringe guy at this point in the season, especially with his status for their next contest up in the air now.--read more...
1/6:Brooklyn Nets shooting guard Joe Harris was very active on Saturday, looking like the Energizer bunny in his 30 minutes on the floor. Harris scored 10 points on 4-for-9 shooting with zero three-pointers made in this one. He was hopping all over the court against Boston, picking up a career-high 12 boards while playing some tenacious defense, swatting one shot along the way. Harris scored 17 points in their last contest, so he may be gearing up to go on a nice run like he did at the end of November.--Matthew Thomas -read more...
1/6:Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum was doing his best Rudy Gobert impression on Saturday, coming away with a career-high six blocks in the win. His defense didn't end there, as the rookie snatched three steals from the sloppy Nets offense. Tatum scored the ball better in this one, finishing with 14 points to go along with his six rebounds in 32 minutes. Tatum's owners are already very happy with their return on their late-round selection, and performances like this will just make them rejoice even more.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource:read more...
1/6:Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving has been struggling with his shot so far in 2018 and Saturday was no different. Irving shot 8-for-22 in the game, hitting two treys to finish with 21 points. He rebounded the ball pretty well in his team-high 37 minutes, coming away with six boards on the night. Kyrie showed some great ball security as well with zero turnovers while dishing out four assists in the winning effort. Irving also had a block in this one, so he did his best to make up for the poor shooting. The Celticsread more...
1/6:Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart couldn't find his shot on Saturday but still managed to put up 11 points in his 29 minutes of action. The good news is Smart was active in all other areas, adding three rebounds and three assists in the win. He was also very active on the other end of the floor, picking up three steals and one block in this one. Smart has been pretty consistent in his last few and has been satisfying owners with his multi-faceted production.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource: NBA
1/6:Boston Celtics Aron Baynes had a frustrating game on Saturday in Brooklyn, picking up five personal fouls early on in the third quarter. Baynes still was able to make a decent impact on the game, though. He finished with 10 points and six rebounds, while blocking one shot as well in his 20 minutes. If Celtics center Al Horford (knee) is unable to go in London, Baynes could be a decent streaming or DFS option for some cheap production.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource: NBA
1/6:Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry dropped 45 points in a win over the Clippers on Saturday. Chef Curry would connect on eight treys, including 15 of 16 from the line. He would add six boards and three steals in an effortless performance. Since his return from the ankle injury he suffered last month, he's been on his human-torch mode, averaging 28.4 points with 5.6 three-point makes per game. Curry is also doing this on 58 percent shooting with only 15.4 shot attempts. It's safe to say the ankle injury is well behind him. In caseread more...

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