• Marc Gasol
    C, Toronto Raptors

    Marc Gasol missed five of his six shots on Monday vs. the Sixers and he ended up with just five points, seven rebounds, five assists, a block and a trey in 35 minutes.

    Gasol played some effective defense on Joel Embiid once again, but Toronto sure could've used a few more of his shots to drop tonight. Danny Green had a similar night, shooting just 1-for-8 for three points, four rebounds, two steals, one block and one triple in his 32 minutes. Better days are ahead for both starters, hopefully starting on Thursday for the Raptors' sake.

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  • Terry Rozier
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    Terry Rozier (left knee soreness) wasn't limited on Thursday night, playing 32 minutes and scoring 14 points in a win over the Bulls.

    Rozier returned to action after missing a game with knee soreness and was reasonably productive. He didn't add a variety of stats but he also didn't make a lot of mistakes. It was a solid line that should get better in future games.

  • Devonte' Graham
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    Devonte' Graham went 0-for-7 from the floor and was held scoreless in 33 minutes in Thursday's win over the Bulls.

    Graham had seven assists but also turned it over four times in an ugly line for the breakout guard. He won't struggle like this, but the shooting percentage is ugly more often than we want from Graham.

  • Miles Bridges
    SF, Charlotte Hornets

    Miles Bridges scored 22 points on 9-of-23 shooting on Thursday night, to go along with eight rebounds, two assists, two steals and two 3-pointers in 34 minutes.

    Bridges had a good game in this one, but we would have loved to see some more efficiency in his shooting line. He hasn't quite been the player we hoped for coming into the year, but has been better in the last few weeks, so he could use this run to be a top-100 player the rest of the way.

  • Malik Monk
    SG, Charlotte Hornets

    Malik Monk came out of the break strong with another 25-point outing to add onto six rebounds, three assists and two steals in 30 minutes.

    Monk was a catalyst in another Hornets' road victory. Again, he is worth holding onto while he's scoring like this and the shot is falling. When the shot struggles, he doesn't offer much else and should be jettisoned back to waiver wires in standard leagues.

  • Tomas Satoransky
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Tomas Satoransky was solid in his 33 minutes on Thursday as the Bulls fell for the seventh time in a row, scoring 12 points to go with six rebounds and eight assists.

    Sato had a nice line, but he lacks the exciting explosiveness to make him more than a late middle-round value in fantasy. He should continue to produce top-100 value as long as Kris Dunn is on the shelf, but he's not going to win anyone a league.

  • Ryan Arcidiacono
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Ryan Arcidiacono didn't take advantage of a start on Thursday night, scoring just three points and pulling down three boards in 28 minutes.

    There's really nothing to see here for Arcidiacono, who got a spot start perhaps to keep Coby White from completely shooting the Bulls out of the game. White tried his best, shooting 3-of-11 for his 12 points in 30 minutes. White has more upside than Arcidiacono or Shaquille Harrison (13 points in 18 minutes), but it's best to leave all of these guys on the waiver wire.

  • Zach LaVine
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Zach LaVine struggled shooting the rock on Thursday, taking 22 field goal attempts to get to his 19 points, but he made up for that by adding seven rebounds, seven assists and three steals in a game-high 39 minutes.

    LaVine is an explosive scorer who has added more facets to his game this season. He's an underrated source of steals at this point and should be valued as a player with top-25 upside going forward.

  • Thaddeus Young
    PF, Chicago Bulls

    Thaddeus Young scored a season-high 22 points on Thursday night to go with 11 rebounds, four steals and two triples in 36 minutes.

    Young has taken advantage of high volume in the absence of a lot of critical pieces in the Bulls' rotation to be a top-120 player over the last 25 games. He has been a per-game darling in seasons past because he racked up a lot of steals and never turned the ball over. His production has been muted in Chicago on account of volume. He probably doesn't return to that level again but he should be a steady contributor until the Bulls have more bodies healthy.

  • Goran Dragic
    PG, Miami Heat

    Goran Dragic scored 19 points to go with three triples in 27 minutes off the bench as the Heat lost 124-129 to the Hawks on Thursday night.

    Dragic took advantage of Tyler Herro's absence yet again for his scoring output. Dragic has not been a consistent producer on this deep Heat squad and probably does not need to be rostered in all standard leagues. The same can be said for Kendrick Nunn, who has faded precipitously since his hot start. Nunn scored 14 points but didn't add much else in his 23 minutes.

  • Jae Crowder
    PF, Miami Heat

    Jae Crowder was limited to 23 minutes on Thursday as he fouled out after scoring 14 points and hitting two triples.

    Crowder has been fantastic since joining the Heat and earned his first start with his new squad. He didn't get the minutes because of the fouls but he did still produce something. He replaced Derrick Jones in the starting lineup, who did nothing against Utah going into the break. Jones dealt with a bruised shin in this contest and was limited to six points in 13 minutes.