• Clint Capela
    C, Houston Rockets

    Clint Capela scored 24 points on 9-of-14 shooting (6-of-8 FTs) with 18 rebounds and one block in Thursday's win over the Celtics.

    Capela has been a top-25 guy and is threatening to get better with a game plan tilted more toward staying in the paint.

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  • Johnathan Motley
    PF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Johnathan Motley averaged a career-low 3.2 mpg in 2019-20, playing in just 13 games with the Clippers.

    Motley is on a two-way deal and was never expected to be an important part of the Clippers rotation, but this is the third straight season in which his playing time has decreased. To be fair, Motley's 16.0 mpg as a rookie was inflated by silly-season numbers in Dallas, including a season finale in which he played the entire game. Regardless, the big man was a top-450 fantasy play and isn't worth considering in next season's drafts.

  • Amir Coffey
    PF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Amir Coffey didn't make many impressions in his rookie season, logging 7.5 mpg in 13 appearances.

    Coffey scratched together top-475 value in that time. He was able to set career-highs across the board in a garbage time bonanza against the Cavs in February but expectations were low for a rookie on a title contender. Coffey is unlikely to be a fantasy option next year.

  • Terance Mann
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Terance Mann had a promising season with the Clippers before it was cut short due to a right hand injury.

    Mann played 35 games with the Clippers this season and even started multiple games for them this season. He averaged just 1.6 points, 0.9 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 7.7 minutes for the Clippers and will likely stay with their G-League affiliate through the offseason. Heading into next year's drafts he shouldn't be considered.

  • Mfiondu Kabengele
    C, Los Angeles Clippers

    Mfiondu Kabengele didn't spend much time with the Clippers NBA team this season but played heavy minutes with their G League affiliate, the Agua Caliente Clippers.

    He was the Caliente Clippers' third highest scorer with 18.7 points per game and contributed heavily to their 22 wins this season. In 31.3 minutes, Kabengele put up 9.3 rebounds and 1.9 blocks while also shooting 32.7 percent from beyond the arc. The 6'9" 250-lb big man only played 12 games with the LA Clippers, so his fantasy value was basically nonexistent. However, he has potential to make a splash next season if the Clippers continue to lack length heading into next year.

  • Patrick Patterson
    PF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Patrick Patterson was not a valuable fantasy asset for owners this season with the Clippers.

    Patterson finished outside of the top-350 in 9-cat leagues and almost slipped outside of the top-400 in 8-cat leagues. He wasn't worth owning for most of the season, finishing with averages of 4.6 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.1 3-pointers on 40.4 percent shooting. He only attempted 3.7 shots per game and was an afterthought in the Clippers offense, just as he should be heading into next season's drafts.

  • Landry Shamet
    SG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Landry Shamet finished outside of the top-210 in both 8- and 9-cat leagues this season with the Clippers.

    Shamet played 27.5 minutes per game and served as a crucial piece of the Clippers backcourt rotation. However, when he was on the court his main role was to be a spot-up shooter which limited the amount of time that he had the ball. He put up 9.7 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists on 41.6 percent shooting. He only attempted 7.5 shots per game and didn't provide owners with anything outside of 3-pointers. He's more of a specialist guy than anything else and nothing should change going into next season.

  • Ivica Zubac
    C, Los Angeles Clippers

    Ivica Zubac finished as a top-175 player in 9-cat leagues during his first full season with the Clippers.

    Zubac served as the Clippers' primary center in most lineups although he only played 18.1 minutes per game. In 64 games, the 23-year old big put up 8.0 points, 7.2 rebounds and 1.1 assists on 59.9 percent shooting from the field. If he could improve on that field goal percentage and perform well during the playoffs, he could be in for a larger role next season. One of the Clippers' biggest issues has been length on the court but Zubac's emergence could silence the doubters. He could be a steal for owners in the later rounds of drafts next season.

  • Patrick Beverley
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Patrick Beverley finished just inside of the top-115 in 9-cat leagues despite missing 16 games.

    Beverley dealt with injuries all throughout the season and was on pace to put up his second season with the Clippers playing less than 70 games. He began to share time with Reggie Jackson once he joined the team and finished the season averaging 7.9 points, 5.4 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.1 steals and 1.6 triples on 42.8 percent shooting. He was dropped onto the waiver wire in most leagues and heading into next season his outlook doesn't look too much better.

  • Dwight Howard
    C, Los Angeles Lakers

    Both Danny Green and Dwight Howard will practice with the Lakers on Sunday after missing Saturday's practice.

    Howard needed one more day of quarantining since he got to Orlando later than the other Lakers players and Green had a hiccup in his testing. With both players seemingly healthy, they will join their team on the practice court on Sunday.

    Source: Tania Ganguli on Twitter

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Marcus Morris's value took a significant hit when he joined the Clippers, putting up sub-200 value during his time in LA.

    Morris was the 71st ranked player in 9-cat leagues and the 81st ranked player in 8-cat leagues during his time with the Knicks. He was their primary shot taker and the lack of talent on the Knicks' roster allowed him to have the ultimate green light. As a member of the Clippers, Morris was outside of the top-200 in both 8- and 9-cat and severely hurt owners who believed he would continue to flourish alongside Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. In 28.4 minutes, Morris put up 9.5 points, 4.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.4 triples on 38.6 percent shooting from the field. If he performs well in the playoffs, Morris could carve out a larger role for next season but based off of his performance with the Clippers, he shouldn't be considered with any more than a late-mid round pick with upside.

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