Fantasy News

  • Damyean Dotson
    SG, New York Knicks

    Damyean Dotson caught fire off the bench on Friday, scoring 21 points (7-for-10 shooting), four triples, a rebound and a steal.

    Dotson needed only 27 minutes to tie for the team lead in scoring. This was an unsustainable shooting display from Dotson coming on a night the Knicks were dealing with some injuries. Nothing to see here at this time.

  • Alex Len
    C, Atlanta Hawks

    Alex Len has a right hip flexor strain and will not return to Friday's game.

    Len managed to play 14 minutes in this one but missed all three shot attempts from the field to finish with zero points, four rebounds, one steal and three blocks. The defensive numbers may have been candy, but Len's lack of durability has been lemon-sour and he can be left on the wire until he's 100 percent right.

    Source: Sarah K. Spencer on Twitter

  • Jae Crowder
    PF, Memphis Grizzlies

    Jae Crowder is in a nasty funk and it found a new low on Friday with the forward recording seven rebounds, three assists and one steal, going scoreless as he missed his only two shot attemps from the field (both 3s).

    Crowder is not the 3-and-D guy you're holding out for, at least not lately with him flirting with top-240 value over the last two weeks. Needless to say, it's time to drop him for a more productive fella off the wire.

  • Jaren Jackson Jr.
    PF, Memphis Grizzlies

    Jaren Jackon Jr. committed five fouls in Friday's 125-112 win over the Pistons, but found a way to be productive, putting up 29 points on 10-of-14 shooting with four 3-pointrs, six rebounds, one assist, one steal and two blocks.

    It's really only a matter of time until JJJ figures out how to play more intelligently on defense to avoid foul trouble. While it's not rocket science, he's struggled with it on and off this season. Once that enigma has been solved, his true greatness and fantasy dominance will finally be unleashed.

  • Kemba Walker
    PG, Boston Celtics

    Kemba Walker chipped in 37 points (12-for-23 shooting), six assists, six triples, four steals, two rebounds and a block as the Celtics defeated the Magic 109-98.

    Walker also drew 7 free throw attempts, draining all of them. It was a great night for Walker who had a clear path to production with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown missing the game.

  • Gordon Hayward
    SF, Boston Celtics

    Gordon Hayward finished Friday's win with 22 points (8-for-18 shooting), 14 rebounds, five assists, three triples and a steal.

    Hayward took full advantage of the Celtics missing several wing players and turned in a strong line. While the Celtics are expected to be full strength soon, Hayward will still be a good play.

  • Daniel Theis
    PF, Boston Celtics

    Daniel Theis logged 32 minutes in Friday's win adding 16 points (7-for-12 shooting), six rebounds, four assists and a block.

    Theis also went a perfect two-for-two from the free throw line. He was third on the team in shot attempts as he seems to be settling into a role as the only healthy big man.

  • Marcus Smart
    PG, Boston Celtics

    Marcus Smart chipped in seven points (3-for-11 shooting), seven rebounds, six assists, one triple, one steal and a block across 32 minutes in Friday's win.

    Smart could not get his shot going but reminded us of the high floor that comes with his well-rounded game. Look for his shot to get back on track soon.

  • Shabazz Napier
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Shabazz Napier was able to return to Friday's game after turning his right ankle in the first half.

    Crisis averted. The Wolves are nasty-thin at PG, so it's a good thing that Napier was able to start the second half. Hopefully, the ankle does not swell up overnight and he'll be good to go for their next game.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Evan Fournier
    SF, Orlando Magic

    Evan Fournier caught fire in Friday's loss to the Celtics, finishing with 30 points (11-for-19 shooting), five rebounds, five triples, an assist and a steal in 36 minutes.

    Fournier has produced top-75 value all season and with the Magic experiencing injuries there's no reason to expect that to change any time soon.