January 17, 2019, 6:55 pmLuke KornetF/C, New York Knicks
Luke Kornet stuffed the stat sheet against the Wizards on Thursday, finishing a close loss with 16 points, three rebounds, two assists, five steals, a block and four 3-pointers.
Normally owners expect blocks and threes from Kornet but they'll happily take the steals instead. He dominated the minutes with Enes Kanter back in New York and Mitchell Robinson playing his return game, so this will likely go down as a high-water mark in terms of the sheer volume of cash counters. You can view it as a sell-high opportunity if you'd like, or take it as a sign of things to come once Kanter is removed from the rotation. Either way, Kornet is a must-own player right now. Just hope that David Fizdale still gives him quality minutes until the rotation gets cleared up.