• Montrezl Harrell - F/C - Los Angeles Clippers

    Montrezl Harrell double-doubled on Monday vs. the Lakers with 14 points and 11 boards while adding five assists.

    He went 7-for-15 from the floor and Harrell took advantage of an interior Lakers defense that couldn't handle him tonight. Ivica Zubac is just a starter in name as Harrell continues to eat up the bulk of the minutes for the Clippers.

Fantasy News

  • Rajon Rondo - G - Los Angeles Lakers

    Rajon Rondo double-doubled with 13 points, 10 assists, six rebounds, two steals, one block and a 3-pointer in a loss to the Bucks on Tuesday.

    With few healthy Laker bodies around, Rondo continues to accumulate stats with late-round production. He's an asset in assists, rebounds (for a guard) and steals, but the rest is usually ugly.

  • Kyle Kuzma - F - Los Angeles Lakers

    Kyle Kuzma had a rough night from the floor, shooting just 4-of-17 in Tuesday's loss, though he did end up with 17 points, five rebounds, three assists, a steal and two 3-pointers in 35 minutes.

    Kuzma is bound to round up some decent counting stats with his minutes load, but you'd hope for a better game when LeBron James is resting. If you're looking for points, rebounds, assists and nothing else, Kuzma is your guy.

  • Amir Johnson - C/F - Philadelphia Sixers

    Amir Johnson contributed just four points, two rebounds and two assists in 17 minutes while starting in Joel Embiid's place on Tuesday.

    With Embiid resting, the Sixers also went with 15 minutes of Mike Scott, 12 minutes of Jonah Bolden and 11 minutes of Boban Marjanovic. All told, the three backup centers combined for zero points, five rebounds, two assists a steal in those 38 minutes.

  • Mike Muscala - F/C - Los Angeles Lakers

    Mike Muscala scored just two points on 1-of-6 field goals in 11 minutes while filling in for LeBron James on Tuesday night.

    It looks like LeBron's spot in the lineup will still be there when he returns.

  • Trae Young - G - Atlanta Hawks

    Trae Young double-doubled, going for 21 points, 12 assists, four rebounds, a steal and two triples in a home loss to the Rockets on Tuesday.

    Young hit all seven of his free throws and made 6-of-13 from the field. It's all coming together for the rookie, as he's provided top-20/40 value in 8/9-cat leagues over the last month.

  • John Collins - F/C - Atlanta Hawks

    John Collins bounced back from Sunday's early exit with a double-double (20 points and 10 rebounds) in Tuesday's loss to the Rockets.

    He's still not much for the cash-counters, but Collins has been a top-40/30 player in 8/9-cat leauges over the past month, and there are no signs of him slowing down.

  • DeAndre' Bembry - F - Atlanta Hawks

    DeAndre' Bembry put together a nice 14-point game on Tuesday vs. the Rockets that included 5-of-9 from the field, 2-of-2 from the charity stripe, nine rebounds, two assists and two threes in 23 minutes.

    Bembry continues to be a hit-and-miss steals specialist that can provide a little bit of everything else. If you need a wildcard with upside, he may be your man.

  • Alex Len - C - Atlanta Hawks

    Alex Len disappeared on Tuesday vs. the Rockets, accumulating just two points and one rebound in 12 minutes.

    Len may still have a few good games this season, but for those riding his recent hot streak with Dewayne Dedmon out or slowed, you can ditch him for a new streamer. Much of the same can be said for Kent Bazemore and his three points, five rebounds, three assists and one steal in 17 minutes on Tuesday.

  • James Harden - G - Houston Rockets

    James Harden was amazing yet again, putting up 31 points, 10 assists, eight rebounds and four threes in Tuesday's 121-105 road win over the Hawks.

    Harden also missed just one of his 12 free throw attempts. He's the most valuable in that category by a good amount due in part to his league-leading volume. The fact that this game will hardly be noticed by many NBA fans shows just how amazing his season has been.

  • Clint Capela - C - Houston Rockets

    Clint Capela missed just two of his 13 shots, scoring 26 points and grabbing 11 boards in Tuesday's win over the Hawks.

    Capela hasn't had less than eight rebounds in the 14 games since he returned from his injury. His blocks haven't quite come all the way back, but he's as safe of a double-double bet as there is right now.