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1/16:Indiana Pacers forward Thaddeus Young had an excellent night on the offensive end, finishing with 17 points on 7-for-10 shooting from the field as well as three made from deep in the win against the Utah Jazz. Young has shown his range as of late, knocking down at least two threes in each of his last three games and has reached double figure scoring in each of his last five games. The only concern is that the veteran forward has not provided the defensive stats that he is known for as of late, averaging under aread more...
1/16:Chicago Bulls guard Kris Dunn continues to excel as the team's floor general, finishing with 10 assists and only two turnovers despite a forgettable shooting night in the win against the Miami Heat. The emerging sophomore has had at least eight assists in every game except for the New Years' loss against the Portland Trail Blazers in January and has shown improvement in taking better care of the ball, averaging only 2.6 turnovers in the same span. With the return of guard Zach Lavine and the stellar play of rookie forward read more...
1/16:Chicago Bulls forward Lauri Markkanen hit the record book by becoming the fastest player in NBA History to knock down 100 threes in the win against the Miami Heat. The standout rookie finished with 17 points on 6-for-13 shooting from the field, 3-for-6 from deep, and chipped in with nine rebounds. Markkanen is averaging 19.4 points on 50 percent shooting, 3.7 threes, and 8.1 rebounds in his last seven games. He is returning fourth round value and is a consistent source of points, three-pointers, and rebounds while showing improved efficiency as the season progresses.--read more...
1/16:Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin got into it with former teammate Chris Paul and Trevor Ariza before getting ejected late in the fourth-quarter Monday night. It was a dramatic finish to the game filled with tension, as Griffin got an And-1 over Paul before getting into a heated exchange with Rockets head coach Mike D'Antoni. Griffin would finish the game with 29 points, 10 boards, and six assists. There was reports saying the the Rockets went into the Clippers locker room after the game, so it's worth monitoringread more...
1/16:Los Angeles Clippers guard Lou Williams can't be stopped, as he poured in 31 points and nine dimes in a heated 113-102 win over the Rockets Monday night. He's arguably the hottest player in all of fantasy, as he's returning top-15 value over the past month with 29.1 points and 3.9 3-pointers per game. He should come back down to earth eventually, but it seems like the more we doubt him, the better he gets. Sweet Lou has played well enough to warrant a spot in the All-Star game, as coaches will likely vote him inread more...
1/16:Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul put together a strong statistical game against the Clippers on Monday, but it wasn't enough to get the team a victory. Paul scored 19 points on 8-for17 shooting and added seven assists and six rebounds. With James Harden set to return soon from a hamstring injury, Paul could find his stats suffering a little bit, though he'll still remain a strong option in all fantasy formats due to his shooting skills and passing ability.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/16:Houston Rockets power forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute returned from a shoulder injury on Monday against the Clippers that had held him out for a month. Mbah a Moute played 24 minutes in his return. Although he only scored five points, he was active on defense, finishing the game with three steals. The forward also had two rebounds and two assists. Mbah a Moute has some value in deeper formats, but the most noticeable fantasy impact of his return is that of Gerald Green, who was on the court for eight lessread more...
1/16:Houston Rockets small forward Trevor Ariza scored 17 points on 5-for-11 shooting on Monday night as the Rockets lost a chippy game to the Los Angeles Clippers. Ariza was ejected in the final minutes after physical play between he and Clippers power forward Blake Griffin became a little too physical. Before that, Ariza also managed five rebounds and swiped three steals. Maybe most important for fantasy owners, though, is that Ariza played 34 minutes despite the team getting forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute back from a shoulder injury, indicatingread more...
1/16:Atlanta Hawks power forward Ersan Ilyasova scored 20 points on Monday, going 9-for-15 from the field and draining a pair of three pointers. The stretch four has put up decent numbers this season for the Hawks. He's shooting his highest percentage from downtown since the 2012-13 season and has kept his rebounding numbers steady. Against the Spurs, Ilyasova grabbed five rebounds, but he didn't record an assist, block, or a steal.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/16:Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green just missed a triple-double with 11 points, 16 boards, and nine dimes on Monday. Green would struggled shooting from the field, but you can bet he gets up for these types of games, as they beat LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers to win the season series at 2-0. Green is always overlooked in fantasy because of his lack of points, but he fills it up across the box score every night. He's been a little bit banged up this season with nagging shoulder and knee issues,read more...
1/16:Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder led his team in scoring and assists on Monday as the Hawks beat the San Antonio Spurs 102-99. Schroder scored 26 points on 10-for-20 shooting in the game and dished seven assists for the Hawks. The point guard added five rebounds and a steal as well. While the Hawks have struggled this season, Schroder is averaged career highs in points, assists, steals, and minutes and has been a bright spot for Atlanta and a useful fantasy player.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/16:Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry was solid in a 118-108 win over the Cavaliers on MLK day, adding 23 points and eight dimes. Chef Curry would add four triples and two steals, as he also threw in a two-handed dunk in transition off teammate Kevin Durant in this one. Believe it or not, the Davidson product is the No.1 overall player in all of fantasy. Curry is close to another 50/40/90 - (50 percent field-goal, 40 percent 3-point, 90 percent free throw) season, and he's doing it with ease. There's alwaysread more...
1/15:Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell was a sole contributor on offense Monday night for Utah as they fell 109-94 to Indiana. Mitchell posted 23 points, two assists, two rebounds and two steals at home, but the Jazz looked lackadaisical most of the night and found themselves in a hole early. Setting aside the brief second quarter run, the Jazz never really challenged the Pacers as they lacked efficiency on offense. Mitchell finished the night shooting 50 percent from the floor and continues to impress in his rookie campaign. His salary continues to rise in DFS contests,read more...
1/15:Indiana Pacers center Al Jefferson has been a solid streamer due to the Myles Turner injuries, and Monday was no different. While remaining at basement-level value, Jefferson continues to exceed expectations. Jefferson only scored six points but grabbed 10 rebounds, although it should be noted it was against one of the worst rebounding teams in the league. If Jefferson is hitting his turnaround, he will have no problem exceeding value each night he plays. He is able to use his body against any opponent, and it's hard for him not to produce whenread more...
1/15:Indiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo scored 28 points on 16 shots, hittingĀ five of eight from three-point range. Oladipo continues his All-Star campaign on a nightly basis, and owners looking to sell will be few and far between. The Pacers rely on Oladipo for a majority of their offense, so his ability to distribute the ball and get defensive stats has been an incredible bonus. There is no reason not to buy into Oladipo in every format, and he needs to be monitored nightly for DFS players.--Jake Finnen - RotoBallerSource: NBA.com
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