• Nemanja Bjelica
    PF, Sacramento Kings

    Nemanja Bjelica stepped up when Marvin Bagley got hurt, sticking as a starter and delivering top-85/75 (8/9-cat) fantasy numbers.

    Bjelica is an extremely limited on-court player because he can't defend worth beans, but he's a favorite of Luke Walton and can stretch the floor capably. He set career-highs almost across the board, with new personal bests in points (11.9), rebounds (6.4), assists (2.8), steals (0.8), threes (2.0), free throw percentage (.822), 3-point percentage (.424) and minutes (28.5). He was a respectable .475 from the field overall and became a steady member of the rotation, though his numbers did decline slightly as the year progressed. Unfortunately for Bjelica, a healthy Bagley probably knocks him from the standard-league conversation. We'll get a better idea of how the rotation looks once the Orlando games begin but Bjelica shouldn't necessarily be a high-priority target, even in the later rounds, heading into next year's fantasy drafts.