• Cory Joseph
    G, Indiana Pacers

    Cory Joseph scored 18 points on 8-of-15 shooting with four rebounds, seven assists and two steals in 31 minutes off the bench on Friday against the Spurs.

    Joseph has been good this year with solid late-round value in a healthy 26.2 mpg. Especially as Aaron Holiday (11 points, four rebounds, two assists, one steal, one block, 5-of-14 FGs, 21 minutes) raises eyebrows, the overall depth in the backcourt is likely to erode his value. Don't ignore him for what he's doing but the longer-term picture keeps him from being a must-own player.

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  • Duncan Robinson
    F, Miami Heat

    Duncan Robinson, amazingly, attempted nothing but 3-pointers in Miami's 124-100 win over the Cavs, finishing with 29 points (9-of-15 shooting from three), nine triples and two rebounds in 34 minutes.

    Robinson has cememnted his role with the Heat with his incredible 3-point production. The only problem with him is that he has no other facet to his fantasy game that makes him worth owning, making him a tough sell to roster even if you are in need of the triples.

  • De'Andre Hunter
    SF, Atlanta Hawks

    De'Andre Hunter had the best game of his young career in Wednesday's 135-127 loss to the Bucks, ending with 27 points, 11 boards, two assists and a perfect 3-for-3 from beyond the arc.

    Hunter has the skill set to be one of the team's main weapons with John Collins serving his suspension. If Hunter can build upon Wednesday's performance, he will quickly become relevant outside of just deeper leagues.

  • Jimmy Butler
    SG, Miami Heat

    Jimmy Butler couldn't buy a bucket on Wednesday, but was able to hit all 13 of his free throw attempts en route to 21 points, five rebounds, five assists, two steals, four blocks, and two triples in 32 minutes.

    Butler continues to produce at a first-round level with strong defensive output and terrific across the board value to complement it. There are no barriers to him finishing the year as a first-round talent.

  • Trae Young
    PG, Atlanta Hawks

    Trae Young couldn't find his shot on Wednesday, ending with 25 points but on 8-of-22 shooting to go with eight assists and three steals.

    Young has had a couple of rough shooting nights now, but we know what he is capable of, and he should be sitting at early-round value come the end of the season.

  • Danuel House
    PF, Houston Rockets

    Danuel House (shoulder) will not return to action in Wednesday's game against the Nuggets.

    With House out of commission Ben McLemore will be leaned on heavier on the wings. We will update House's situation as more information becomes available.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Cam Reddish
    G-F, Atlanta Hawks

    Cam Reddish put up a career-high 17 points on 6-of-10 shooting to go along with three boards, an assist, a steal and a perfect 3-for-3 from deep on Wednesday night.

    Reddish found his stroke in this one, and shows that he is a capable scorer when he is hot. He is mostly relevant in deeper leagues and dynasty leagues, but if this is the start of a hot streak, he could be a serviceable streaming option.

  • Spencer Dinwiddie
    PG, Brooklyn Nets

    Spencer Dinwiddie put up another solid performance in Wednesday's 101-91 win over the Hornets, providing the Nets with 20 points on 7-of-18 shooting with four rebounds, eight assists, two 3s and two steals in a team-high 37 minutes.

    Dinwiddie should continue to deliver impressive lines like this while Kyrie Irving (shoulder) is out. However, his overall season averages per game have him outside the top-100. Sell high on strength if the opportunity presents itself.

  • Collin Sexton
    PG, Cleveland Cavaliers

    Collin Sexton scored 19 (8-of-16 shooting) points in Cleveland's loss to the Heat on Wednesday, adding two rebounds, two steals and a 3-pointer in 27 minutes.

    We've come to expect these empty lines from Sexton, though the efficient scoring was at least a nice touch. He's strictly a points league option.

  • Taurean Prince
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Taurean Prince hit 4-of-9 shots from deep en route to his 20 points (6-of-15 shooting) with eight rebounds, four dimes and one steal on Wednesday.

    This has been one of Prince's better games as of late. He's showing a bit of a broad range of variance in his lines, but overall is doing well enough for a top-120 value in 9-cat formats.

  • Vince Carter
    SG, Atlanta Hawks

    Vince Carter logged a season-high 24 minutes off the bench on Wednesday, ending with 13 points (5-of-13 shooting), a rebound, two assists and three 3-pointers.

    Carter isn't much more than a deep league streaming option at this point. But it's worth noting the Hawks are still giving him minutes as they developer their younger talent.