• Danilo Gallinari
    SF, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Danilo Gallinari averaged 19.2 points and 3.0 threes a night, keeping him consistently within fifth-round value in both 8/9-cat leagues.

    At this point in his career we know exactly what to expect from Gallinari. When on the court, he can be a deadly, high-volume shooter that will get owners points (19.2/g) and threes (3.0/g) but not much else. He averaged a decent 5.5 rebounds, but only 2.1 assists, and barely anything on the defensive end with 0.7 steals and 0.1 blocks per game. The fact that he does not turn it over (1.3/g) and is a sharpshooter from the line (89%) keeps his value on the higher-end. Health has always been an issue in his career, but owners should be pleased with his output this season as he played in 55 of 64 contests and averaged 30.7 minutes a night. The free-agent to be dealt with trade rumors all season long and even though we are unsure of where he will end up next season, you can expect him to fall somewhere around fifth-round value.