• Terence Davis
    G-F, Toronto Raptors

    Shams Charania is reporting that undrafted guard/forward Terence Davis has agreed to sign a two-year deal with the Raptors, with the first year being fully guaranteed.

    Davis gets his full NBA contract after turning down two-way deals in June. The Raptors are rebuilding in a post-Kawhi era, so Davis might just see some reserve minutes this season.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

Fantasy News

  • Dorian Finney-Smith
    SF, Dallas Mavericks

    Dorian Finney-Smith scored a career-high 22 points in Monday's 117-110 win over the Spurs, adding in five rebounds, three assists, a steal, a block and three 3-pointers in 35 minutes.

    It was easily his best game of the season and it's not particularly close. There was nothing in the form of extended usage due to a missing player or increase in drawn-up plays to explain this performance, so consider it more as a one-off type of deal than signs of things to come for DFS.

  • Clint Capela
    C, Houston Rockets

    Clint Capela returned from a two-game absence and grabbed exactly 20 rebounds for the fourth straight game on Monday in a 132-108 win over the Blazers.

    Capela also stuffed the stat sheet with 22 points on 10-of-17 shooting, four blocks and a steal in his 35 minutes. The only concern with Capela is his free throw shooting which improved to 45.5 percent with tonight's 2-of-3 from the line. He doesn't attempt too many freebies, so it's not getting in the way of Capela reaching near-elite center status.

  • Kristaps Porzingis
    PF-C, Dallas Mavericks

    Kristaps Porzingis double-doubled again on Monday, finishing his night with 18 points, 10 rebounds, an assist and four triples in 32 minutes.

    Porzingis collected his third double-double in a row in this one, which is a nice sign of him slowly returning to form. There are likely more rest days ahead of him as the ware of a long season will start to grow, but he should also get bette ron a game-to-game basis with more reps. His long term outlook is as difficult to peg as any in the NBA.

  • Danuel House
    PF, Houston Rockets

    Danuel House returned from a three-game absence and had three steals and three 3-pointers, supplemented by 11 points (4-for-9 FGs), six rebounds and four assists in 34 minutes in a sizable win over the Blazers.

    House is right back to putting up middle-round value. With the shallow roster the Rockets have, House should continue to play a big role.

  • Luka Doncic
    PG-SF, Dallas Mavericks

    Luka Doncic was extraordinary in Monday's win over the Spurs, scoring a career-high 42 points (14-of-27 shooting) to go with 12 assists, 11 rebounds, five triples and five turnovers in 35 minutes.

    The Legend of Luka added it's latest chapter in this spectacular performance against the in-state rival Spurs. The top-10 level that he is playing at has passed the flukey stage a while ago, and this year could very well be the first step in a decade of dominance that Doncic is set to embark on both in fantasy and in real life. There is not much more to add here other than to enjoy the ride if you have him and stew in anger if you passed him up in the second round.

  • Lauri Markkanen
    PF, Chicago Bulls

    Lauri Markkanen was off all night, shooting just 2-of-12 as part of a nine-point, eight-rebound performance in a loss to the Bucks on Monday.

    Since Markkanen's 35-point, 17-board season opener, he hasn't cracked 20 points or had more than 11 rebounds and he's shooting just 36.2 percent for the season. It's a good time to buy low, but he's unlikely to come anywhere close to the ceiling that many predicted him to hit this season. Zach LaVine also had a bad night, shooting just 4-of-16 in defeat.

  • Taurean Prince
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Taurean Prince was off again on Monday, finishing his night with seven points (3-of-11 shooting), four rebounds, an assist and a block in 23 minutes.

    Prince has had three poor shooting games in a row, and his inefficiencies are slowley starting to bump him out of the top-120 ranks in 9-cat. The absence of Kyrie Irving (shoulder) is also clearly been a real drag to his game, and it isn't a terrible idea to bench him until he finds his stroke again.

  • Jarrett Allen
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Jarrett Allen played well in 24 minutes in Monday's 86-115 loss to the Pacers, finishing with 10 points, 12 rebounds, an assists and a block in 24 minutes.

    Allen's fantasy prospects would be so much better if DeAndre Jordan (18 min, six points, three rebounds) wasn't around absorbing as much playing time as he is. If one is ever out of the way the other becomes a must-own, must-start type of player, but Allen is the clear guy to own between the two.

  • Spencer Dinwiddie
    PG, Brooklyn Nets

    Spencer Dinwiddie did all he could in Monday's blowout loss to the the Pacers, scoring 28 points (9-of-21 shooting) to go with eight assists, five rebounds, four triples, a steal and a block in 33 minutes.

    Dinwiddie looks like he's just going to absorb all of Kyrie Irving's (shoulder) usage while he's out and is definitely a guy worth starting while he's got the leading role. He will butcher your FG% on a night-to-night basis though so hopefully you have a nice buffer to offset that.

  • Daniel Gafford
    PF, Chicago Bulls

    Daniel Gafford played his first competitive NBA minutes on Monday and immediately exploded for 21 points on 10-of-12 shooting in 20 minutes in a loss to the Bucks.

    Gafford added five boards, one assist and two blocks to his night of dunks, as well. The Bulls are now missing their other backup centers, so the rookie could get regular minutes for a while. If you're feeling lucky and in need of big-man stats, Gafford could be worth an add.