• Buddy Hield
    SG, Sacramento Kings

    Buddy Hield's shot finally came around on Sunday versus the Mavs, as he went 10-of-15 from the field as part of 26 points, five assists, four rebounds and five 3-pointers.

    This was bound to happen for Hield, he may still be in a buy-low period if you are interested in a boost in 3-pointers. The hot streak could start building up any day now.

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  • Mitchell Robinson
    C, New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson turned 24 minutes off the bench into a team-high 12 rebounds on Wednesday, also chipping in four points, an assist and a block.

    It was Robinson's first double-digit rebound game of the month. He had a lot of hype coming into the season and has been a bit of letdown for owners taking him at his ADP in the 30s. However, he is able to chip in consistent blocks and has room to grow in the second half of the season.

  • Anthony Davis
    PF-C, Los Angeles Lakers

    Anthony Davis padded the stat sheet on Wednesday night, dropping 28 points on 7-of-14 from the field plus a perfect 13-for-13 from the line, while adding five rebounds, five assists, a steal and two blocks.

    Davis had a strong second game back from injury. The Brow is back and owners can safely deploy as normal. He's in contention for being the top fantasy player at the end of the year.

  • Christian Wood
    PF, Detroit Pistons

    Christian Wood shot a perfect 7-of-7 from the field and 9-of-11 from the line on his way to scoring 23 points with three rebounds and one steal in 25 minutes on Wednesday.

    Thon Maker got the start with Andre Drummond (lip laceration) sitting out, but Wood was still able to get his minutes and posted an efficient fantasy line to give his owners big boosts in both percentages. Wood is likely to breakout if Andre Drummond gets traded and is worth a stash if you can afford it with the trade deadline two weeks away.

  • LeBron James
    SF, Los Angeles Lakers

    LeBron James swiped a season-best five steals on Wednesday to go along with his 21 points (9-of-16 shooting), six rebounds and five assists.

    The assists finally slowed for The King, but he made up for it in spades on the defensive end. He's still a top-10 player over the halfway mark and there's no reason we can see this changing much.

  • OG Anunoby
    SF, Toronto Raptors

    OG Anunoby was a near-non-factor for the Raptors on Wednesday, missing all three shot attempts from the field for zero points, two rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block in 21 minutes.

    OG probably stood for "Oh God, he sucks" as far as his owners were concerned. Serge Ibaka was a far superior option, despite coming off the bench as he was able to chip in 16 points on 6-of-9 shooting with two 3s, seven rebounds, two dimes and two steals. OG is down and can't get worse than he was tonight, so float a buy-very-low offer and take advantage of his owers' frustrations.

  • Dwight Howard
    C, Los Angeles Lakers

    Dwight Howard turned 27 minutes off the bench into five points, 12 rebounds, a steal and three blocks on Wednesday

    Howard saw more minutes than starter, JaVale McGee who was limited to 17 minutes of action and ended with six points and five rebounds. Howard continues to provide value on the boards even with Anthony Davis back in the lineup. Although this might not last as AD gets back to his regular minutes.

  • Reggie Jackson
    PG, Detroit Pistons

    Reggie Jackson (lower back stress fracture) returned on Wednesday and scored 22 points on 8-of-14 shooting with four assists, two steals and three triples in 19 minutes off the bench.

    Jackson was lights out in his return and is worth an add in 14-team leagues after this performance. Bruce Brown (illness) was out tonight so that helped Jackson's value, and this is a situation to watch closely over the next few games to see which of the Pistons' guards are getting the most minutes. Derrick Rose (22 points in 30 minutes on Wednesday) appears to be safe, but Bruce Brown and Svi Mykhailiuk (13 points in 29 minutes on Wednesday) could be impacted by Jackson's return.

  • Fred VanVleet
    PG, Toronto Raptors

    Fred VanVleet came up big and knocked down key shot after shot to lead the Raptors to a 107-95 win over the Sixers on Wednesday, pacing his pack with 22 points on 8-of-17 shooting, including six 3-pointers, five rebounds, eight dimes and one steal.

    FVV showed his clutch-mode in this one, stepping up when the Raptors needed him the most to take the lead away from Philly. He's come into his own and is a lock to finish as a top-30 asset (at least) in 8/9-cat this season.

  • Nikola Vucevic
    C, Orlando Magic

    Nikola Vucevic had a busy night in Wednesday's 120-114 loss to the Thunder, ending with 24 points (10-of-20 from the field), 11 rebounds, five assists, three steals, a block and three triples.

    Vucevic continues to plot along at second-round value. He's consistency can let owners sleep easy whenever he takes the court. Big games like this will bump him closer to the top of the second-round as well.

  • Langston Galloway
    SG, Detroit Pistons

    Langston Galloway scored 14 points on 5-of-10 shooting to go with four steals and two triples in 29 minutes off the bench on Wednesday.

    Galloway has played over 25 minutes in three straight games. He had 14 points with two threes two games prior and posted six points, five rebounds and four assists in his previous game. Galloway can be a dart throw for points and threes while he's hot, but he is a streaky player who will probably go cold soon and is better suited for 14-team leagues.