April 12, 2018, 3:45 amAndre RobersonSG/SF, Oklahoma City Thunder
Andre Roberson only played in 39 games this season thanks to a ruptured patellar tendon but was a top-185 player in 9-cat formats.
Roberson went down on January 27th but had been a solid deep league asset to that point on the back of his customary defensive production. The wing stopper averaged 1.2 steals and 0.9 blocks per game while committing just 0.8 turnovers, though his value without those turnovers took a big hit — he finished outside the top-210 in 8-cat leagues. OKC dearly misses his perimeter defense and while his abhorrent free throw shooting makes him tough to stomach at times, not many players are capable of delivering steals and blocks like Roberson. At least not in the 16-18-team formats where his positives start to outweigh the drags.