April 11, 2019, 2:28 amEnes KanterC, Portland Trail Blazers
Enes Kanter has definitely stepped up in Jusuf Nurkic's absence as he put up top-50 value over the past two weeks with averages of 18.9 points and 12.1 rebounds on 60.4-percent shooting.
He got a rest day against the Kings on Wednesday to end the regular season, but Kanter has had the biggest rollercoaster of a season as we have seen in quite some time. He started off the season strong with the Knicks, but head coach David Fizdale bumped him out of the rotation randomly and started giving him DNP-CDs. He was facing legal issues in Turkey and had to deal with that and not getting any playing time with the Knicks. They dealt him to the Blazers and he was playing a phenomenal backup role before Nurkic got hurt. Since Nurkic got hurt, he has finished the season just how he started it, as a dominant fantasy center. For the season overall, he was only a top-120 value over 67 games. It is anyone's guess where Kanter will be playing after 2019 free agency, but he could bring in some solid value if he ends up in the right situation.