• Jakarr Sampson
    SF, Indiana Pacers

    Jakarr Sampson drew the start for an ill Myles Turner on Sunday and saw just 17 minutes with an unremarkable three rebounds and two points on 0-for-3 shooting from the field.

    Sampson obviously is not worth your time right now, so move on.

Fantasy News

  • Danny Green
    SG, Los Angeles Lakers

    Danny Green has headed to the locker room in Tuesday's game vs. the Pelicans.

    There were no details given, so stay tuned for more updates.

    Source: Brad Turner on Twitter

  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Coby White kept the ball rolling on Tuesday, reaching a new career-high with 35 points on 13-of-21 shooting, including six treys, seven rebounds and three assists in 33 minutes off the bench.

    White is on a crazy heater right now, scoring 33 or more points in three straight games now, while hitting five treys or more. This is the breakout owners have been waiting for. He's been up and down all season, but lately White's reached new heights. This is top-end value for White as he explores his ceiling, but it's not likely sustainable for the remainder of 2019-20, so enjoy the ride while it lasts.

  • Brook Lopez
    C, Milwaukee Bucks

    Brook Lopez (sore back) had five rejections in his return to the Bucks' lineup on Tuesday, adding 15 points on 5-of-13 shooting, three boards, two swipes and two triples in 27 minutes in a win over the Raptors.

    Lopez missed Monday's game due to a sore back, but he looked like his normal self in this game. His threes dropped this season, but Lopez is averaging a career-best 2.5 blocks per game. That's enough for him to keep up his middle-round value that he was drafted for.

  • Caleb Martin
    SG-SF, Charlotte Hornets

    Martin twins, Caleb and Cody, saw 26 and 30 minutes respectively in Tuesday's blowout loss to the Pacers, combining for 20 points.

    Caleb shot 4-of-10 from the field, hit three triples adding three rebounds, two assists and one block with 11 points. Cody had nine points (3-of-12 shooting), six rebounds, three assists and two steals. This game's result was a foregone conclusion early on, so garbage time played a factor in the twins' extra usage. That said, the Hornets have been so bad lately, that blowout losses could be more common down the road.

  • Miles Bridges
    SF, Charlotte Hornets

    Miles Bridges was the only Hornet who was able to get it going on Tuesday, recording a team-high 17 points on 7-of-16 shooting with six rebounds, one assist, two 3s and one steal (zero turnovers) in 26 minutes.

    Lately, Bridges has been the only Hornet that's been bankable, and we use that word generously, in recent games. He's been playing well enough to be worth rostering in standard leagues, so ride him while he's hot.

  • Terry Rozier
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    Terry Rozier was locked down by the Pacers on Tuesday, going 2-for-13 from the field for five points, three rebounds, one triple and seven assists.

    Rozier has been hanging barely within the top-200 over the last week. The Hornets are just floundering lately and Rozier's poor outings have not them any favors. He's close to his floor right now, so expect a regression to the mean soon.

  • Justin Holiday
    SG, Indiana Pacers

    Justin Holiday filled the box score on Tuesday with 16 points on 6-of-12 shooting, adding three rebounds, three assists, two 3s, two steals and one block.

    Holiday's big line might be less of a fluke than it is an indicator of possible trends moving forward. Jeremy Lamb (ACL) is done for the season, which opens up Holiday's path to solid production.

  • Domantas Sabonis
    C, Indiana Pacers

    Domantas Sabonis dropped a big line vs. the Hornets on MondayTuesday, bullying them with 21 points (8-of-10 shooting), 15 rebounds, nine assists and one 3-pointer in 31 minutes.

    Sabonis had a field day vs. the Hornets and it reflected on the box score. He's been such a wonderful revelation this season and is comfortably coasting to a top-40 value in an inspiring breakout campaign.

  • Myles Turner
    C, Indiana Pacers

    Myles Turner set a career record with eight blocks in Tuesday's 119-80 blowout win over the Hornets, adding six points (2-of-9 shooting), 10 boards, two 3s, two steals and one turnover in 27 minutess.

    Turner's big night on defense came with ease considering this was a very favorable matchup. He's not been the early-round value stud this season that many had hoped for, but tonight was a reminder of the intrinsic upside that he possesses.

  • Brandon Clarke
    PF, Memphis Grizzlies

    In the latest medical update from the Grizzlies, Brandon Clarke (right quad) will be re-evaluated in two weeks.

    Clarke's absence opens up a window for guys like Gorgui Dieng and Josh Jackson to shine in the short term. Dieng is an add in standard leagues, while Jackson can be picked up in 16-teamers or deeper.

    Source: Grizzlies PR on Twitter