• Brandon Ingram - F - Los Angeles Lakers

    Brandon Ingram was a constant for the Lakers on Friday night, logging 40 minutes and producing 19 points, four rebounds, four assists and a steal on 7-of-16 from the floor.

    Ingram went 5-of-8 from the free throw line and didn't add any threes or blocks, which is really what's going to hold him back from standard-league fantasy value. He might be able to step up a little bit if the Lakers continue to stagger his minutes with LeBron James', though that's obviously hard to do when you play 40 minutes. Bron posted 28-5-4 with a block and two threes on 12-of-21 from the field. He's a first-round lock while Ingram's deficiencies make him a late-round play at best despite the hype that surrounds his game.

Fantasy News

  • Draymond Green - F - Golden State Warriors

    Draymond Green returned from his 11-game absence on Monday against the Wolves and delivered seven points, 10 boards, seven assists, a triple and a block.

    It's been rough so far this season for owners of Green as he's missed 14 of his 28 games on the season. View Draymond as a lock for top-50 value while having the upside to be a top-30 player based on how the Warriors use him once DeMarcus Cousins enters the lineup.

  • Klay Thompson - G - Golden State Warriors

    Klay Thompson only hit 8-of-22 shots on Monday against the Wolves but contributed in other ways to finish with 22 points, four triples, two boards, a steal, a block and an assist.

    That's back-to-back games where Thompson has recorded a steal, a block and a triple. He has the ability to do it on a nightly basis but the Warriors often don't need it. Thompson might see a fall off with Draymond Green returning tonight and with Boogie Cousins right around the corner. Consider selling high on the top-45 asset in 8-cat leagues.

  • Goran Dragic - G - Miami Heat

    Goran Dragic returned from his rest day to play on Monday and scored seven points on 3-of-9 shooting with two rebounds, two assists and a 3-pointer.

    Dragic only logged 18 minutes and the Heat are getting back a lot of players from injuries so there's not much room for Dragic to be inefficient. He's struggled a bit this season and with the depth on the Heat roster he isn't someone that's a must-own.

  • Kevin Durant - F - Golden State Warriors

    Kevin Durant had a solid game on Monday with 22 points, four triples, three steals, five boards and three assists against the Wolves.

    KD is a lock for a top-5 finish and could finish anywhere in that range given his skills and abilities. He’s scoring a bit more this season while shooting fewer threes. You shouldn’t worry too much about it as his production might change but his value won’t.

  • Josh Richardson - F - Miami Heat

    Josh Richardson returned from a shoulder injury on Monday and scored 10 points on 3-of-10 shooting to go with two triples, three rebounds, five assists and a steal.

    Richardson definitely showed signs of rust as he was unable to hit some easy shots tonight, but he was still able to deliver across the board. There's no minutes restriction so you can safely plug him back in your lineups.

  • Tyler Johnson - G - Miami Heat

    Tyler Johnson was active for the Heat on Monday but was a DNP-CD against the Lakers.

    Johnson was active on Monday, but didn't see the floor as the Heat had contributions from their other guards tonight. It was a close game and Coach Spoelstra decided to not have a rusty Tyler Johnson out there.

  • Wayne Ellington - G - Miami Heat

    Wayne Ellington was active on Monday, but was a DNP-CD against the Lakers.

    Ellington was doing well as a 3-point specialist, but tonight he was a DNP-CD as Coach Spoelstra opted to go with his other wing players who were more fresh. Justise Winslow was also red hot off the bench so there was no need for Ellington to check in. He can be dropped as he was only a streamer before the injury.

  • Stephen Curry - G - Golden State Warriors

    Steph Curry was excited to have his big-four back on the court and led the way in Monday’s 116-108 victory over the Wolves with seven triples en route to 38 points, seven boards, six assists, two steals and a block.

    Curry is unreal. He’s upped his percentages even further this season and is now at over 51 percent from the field and over 93 percent from the line. He’s almost scoring 30 a game and is a top-3 asset in 8-cat leagues. As long a Curry is playing he’s liable to go off for a blazing shooting night like tonight. Keep rolling him out there.

  • LeBron James - F - Los Angeles Lakers

    LeBron James scored 28 points on 10-of-19 shooting to go with four triples, nine rebounds, 12 assists and a steal in Monday's 108-105 win over the Heat.

    James hit a pair of clutch free throws towards the end of the game to the relief of Lakers fans everywhere and continues to carry the team as they're only 1.5 games back of first place in a tough Western Conference. He's killing it and it looks like he's gone completely into takeover mode and it was only a matter of time until he decided to rev up the engine and push this team forward.

  • Lonzo Ball - G - Los Angeles Lakers

    Lonzo Ball scored 10 points on 4-of-11 shooting with a 3-pointer, seven rebounds, four assists, three steals and two blocks on Monday.

    Ball was really struggling lately, but he's finally picking up the defensive stats which helped buoy his value last season. The assist numbers will go down, but as long as he can continue to get steals and blocks then he'll have a decent floor to work with and it looks like he's gaining confidence so he's a strong hold even with Rajon Rondo nearing a return.