• PJ Tucker
    F, Houston Rockets

    PJ Tucker (illness) is "likely" to play in Tuesday's matchup vs. the Nuggets.

    He's officially listed as questionable but just as he did on Sunday, it looks like he'll be playing. He played 39 minutes in that game vs. the Pacers despite being ill and gave owners five rebounds, three triples and two steals so it's safe to say he can be put into all lineups once again.

    Source: Houston Chronicle

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  • Harrison Barnes
    SF, Sacramento Kings

    Harrison Barnes did poorly as a shooter on Sunday vs. the Mavs (6-of-15 FG, 0-of-2 FT), but still put together 13 points, seven rebounds, five assists, one steal and three turnovers.

    Barnes logged some time at center as the Kings went with an eight-man rotation in this one. He struggled to do much as the Kings fed him the ball on the block down the stretch, but at least he put up counting stats on the night. Typical performance from Barnes.

  • Tyler Herro
    PG, Miami Heat

    Tyler Herro erupted for 27 points on 10-of-22 shooting in an overtime win against the Bulls on Sunday.

    Herro shot 5-of-11 from beyond the arc and added six rebounds and three assists to the box score. He remains a late-round shooting specialist.

  • Richaun Holmes
    PF, Sacramento Kings

    Richaun Holmes went for 12 points (6-of-8 FG), nine rebounds and one steal on Sunday against the Mavs.

    This was a quiet line by Holmes illustrious standards of late. Not bad all in all though, and Holmes still saw 32 minutes of action. He remains a difference maker as the Kings continue to turn there season around with Holmes manning the five spot.

  • Kawhi Leonard
    SF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Kawhi Leonard dropped 34 points (7-of-8 FT) with little effort on Sunday against the Wizards, doing it on 12-of-18 shooting with 11 rebounds, five assists, one steal and four turnovers.

    Kawhi had his way in this one, and most of his teammates also found success. Lou Williams went for 18 points (7-of-17 FG), along with six assists and two 3-pointers, while Patrick Beverly managed nine points (three 3-pointers), seven rebounds and four assists. Lou has been in a slump of late but will come out of it soon enough, and Beverly continues to be roster worthy in standard leagues thanks to his ability to bring the non-scoring stats to the table.

  • Dorian Finney-Smith
    SF, Dallas Mavericks

    Dorian Finney-Smith put up 13 points and eight rebounds on 5-of-9 shooting in a loss to the Kings on Sunday.

    Finney-Smith is barely inside top-200 value on the season, but flashed his potential as a late-round option with this performance. He added three assists, one steal and three 3-pointers to the box score. He is in the starting lineup, so he will have ample opportunity to bring that value up.

  • Paul George
    SF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Paul George was limited with 25 minutes due to foul trouble on Sunday vs. the Wizards, but that did not stop him from pouring in 27 points (11-of-21 FG), six assists, six rebounds, three 3-pointers and four steals.

    PG13 is getting there folks. This was a great night of production, and while everyone does great things against the Wizards, it is still nice to see George stuff the stat sheet with everything we expect from his elite fantasy game.

  • Montrezl Harrell
    PF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Montrezl Harrell was solid on Sunday, putting up 20 points (8-of-12 FG), five rebounds and one block, although the 4-of-7 free-throw shooting remains a cause for concern.

    The free-throws are unlikely to ever improve for Harrell, but he always balances it out with great shooting from the field, and he is scoring a career-high 19 points per game. Paul George's return has not had a negative impact on his production.

  • Tim Hardaway Jr.
    SF, Dallas Mavericks

    Tim Hardaway Jr. went off against the Kings on Sunday as he put up 29 points on 10-of-13 shooting.

    Hardaway Jr. knocked down nine 3-pointers and added two assists and one steal to the stat sheet. THJ has looked great since he has been inserted in the starting lineup and provides supplementary scoring to Luka Doncic. He has been a top-50 option over the last two weeks and should be owned in all formats.

  • Luka Doncic
    PG-SF, Dallas Mavericks

    Luka Doncic stuffed the stat sheet on Sunday as always as he put up 27 points with seven rebounds and eight assists in a 110-106 loss to the Kings.

    Doncic is looking like an MVP candidate early in the season, so much so that you could say this was not one of his better performances. He shot just 10-of-24 from the field and had six turnovers. Nonetheless, he is a top-10 option this season and has minimal weaknesses.

  • Bradley Beal
    SG, Washington Wizards

    Bradley Beal got the clamps put on his game Sunday vs. the Clippers, going for 20 points (5-of-18 FG, 9-of-9 FT), five assists, one 3-pointer and three turnovers.

    Beal received a technical foul in this game as he was getting frustrated with the proceedings. He will undoubtedly do better next time out. His fellow starting guard did not do much better, as Ish Smith went 6-of-15 from the field on his way to 14 points, four assists and five turnovers. Troy Brown had a great night with 22 points (9-of-12 FG), two 3-pointers, five rebounds, four assists and two steals. Smith is worth a pickup in most standard leagues as he is starting and Troy Brown is worth monitoring.