• Mario Hezonja
    SG, Portland Trail Blazers

    Adrian Wojnarowski has reported that the Blazers are signing Mario Hezonja to a one-year minimum deal.

    As a four-year veteran, Hezonja should be making roughly $1.7 million. The Blazers get a solid role-player and will only be dinged for about $1.6 million on the cap with this move. Sneaky-good one as Hezonja has shown some flashes of upside in the past.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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  • CJ McCollum
    SG, Portland Trail Blazers

    C.J McCollumn continued to stroke the ball well in Monday's blowout loss against the Rockets, finishing with 25 points (10-of-19 shooting), five rebounds, three assists, two steals and five triples in 35 minutes.

    McCollumn was the lone bright spot for the floundering Blazers, and has been on a bit of tear over his last four games. He's been shooting over 50 percent from the floor on an average of 20 shots a game, which has done a lot to make up some of the lost ground he has made for himself to start the season. He is still in a bit of a buy-low window, and is someone worth thinking about if your team is in need of the scoring, triples and a smattering of assists and steals.

  • James Harden
    PG, Houston Rockets

    James Harden was ultra-efficient in a win over the Blazers on Monday as he put up 36 points (11-of-19 FGs, 9-of-10 FTs), six rebounds, five assists, five 3-pointers, one steal and one block in 33 minutes.

    Harden was able to cut out a bit early in this game since the Rockets had a large lead. Among players that have played more than three games, Westbrook is first in 8-cat and second to Karl-Anthony Towns in 9-cat. There was understandable concern that Harden could lose a decent amount of value this season, but Russell Westbrook's presence has hardly put a dent in his production.

  • Joe Ingles
    SF, Utah Jazz

    Joe Ingles played a hefty 34 minutes off the bench on Monday, but struggled with his shot as he went 4-of-12 from the field to finish with 12 points, eight rebounds, three treys and five dimes.

    Ingles' struggles off the bench continue to plague him, but believe it or not, tonight's line has been one of the more pleasant ones from a fantasy perspective. He's still adjusting to his new role as a facilitator off the bench and should find some better form eventually.

  • Damian Lillard
    PG, Portland Trail Blazers

    Damian Lillard couldn't get his shot to fall in Monday's blowout loss to the Rockets, finishing wth 13 points (4-of-15 shooting), 11 assists, six rebounds and four assists in 35 minutes.

    The shooting struggles have been a part of Lillard's game all season, but that hasn't stopped him from producing at a top-5 level. He'll likely bounce back in his next one.

  • Rudy Gobert
    C, Utah Jazz

    Rudy Gobert collected 14 rebounds to go with his 16 points (5-of-8 FGs, 6-of-7 FTs), one assist, one steal and one block in a 112-102 loss to the Wolves on Monday.

    He had his hands full, trying to contain a younger and more athletic Karl-Anthony Towns. Considering that, Gobert still managed to post a well-rounded fantasy line. He's not as impressive and imposing as he was a few seasons ago, but he stays relevant as a source of rebounds and defensive stats.

  • Dejounte Murray
    PG, San Antonio Spurs

    Dejounte Murray didn't do much in the Spurs' 110-117 loss against the Mavericks on Monday night, finishing his night with eight points, fve rebounds and three assists in 25 minutes.

    The minutes restrctions that have been placed on Murray should be coming off soon, and frankly the Spurs are in dire need of that with their sluugish start to the year. The guard play behind him has been suspect throughout the year, and was not much better tonight. Expect Murray to be better than this moving forward.

  • Bojan Bogdanovic
    SF, Utah Jazz

    Bojan Bogdanovic tallied a team-high 18 points on 7-of-17 shooting Monday's loss to the Wolves, adding six rebounds, three treys and two assists in 31 minutes.

    Bogdanovic's shooting may see some fluctuation on a game-to-game basis, but at an overall .455 clip from the field on the season, we're not going to complain too much. He continues to be a steady source of points, threes and serviceable peripherals this season.

  • LaMarcus Aldridge
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    LaMarcus Aldridge was just okay in a close loss against the Mavericks on Monday, finishing his night with 16 points (7-of-14 shooting) to go with nine rebounds, two assists, and one block in 35 minutes.

    Aldridge continues to alternate great games with so-so ones, and while that's perfectly fine in roto settings and get a little frustrating in head-to-head. Regardless, the big man seems locked into another season of producing at a top-40 rate, and should continue to be plugged into all lineups.

  • DeMar DeRozan
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    DeMar DeRozan scored a season-high 36 points in Monday's loss against the Mavericks, adding eight rebounds, four assists and a steal in 34 minutes.

    DeRozan badly needed a game like this to help jump-start what has been a lackluster beginning to his fantasy season. Though the issues him with lie more in his diminishing counting stats than it does his scroing output, a game where he looked sharp like this one could hopefully lead to better all-around performances down the road.

  • Russell Westbrook
    PG, Houston Rockets

    Russell Westbrook (rest) returned to action on Monday and triple-doubled for the first time in November in a big win over the Blazers, putting up 28 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists, two steals, one block and three 3-pointers in 34 minutes.

    Westbrook's production is noticeably down as many predicted would happen when he joined the Rockets. But overall, he's still a star in four categories and a big detriment in three.