March 31, 2018, 8:43 pmKyle O'QuinnPF/C, New York Knicks
Starting in place of Enes Kanter, Kyle O'Quinn turned in a productive Saturday outing with eight points, 15 rebounds, three assists and a block against the Pistons.
O'Quinn played 32 minutes and is a lock for standard league value in that kind of workload. He outplayed rookie Luke Kornet (one 3-pointer, four rebounds and three assists in 17 minutes), who has drawn starts for Kanter before. KOQ is worth owning in 12-team leagues as a back-end player so check to make sure he's not on any waiver wires. Bump up the urgency there if Kanter's back problems don't clear up in the next day or so.