• Terry Rozier
    PG, Boston Celtics

    The Knicks are expected to be one of Terry Rozier's suitors in free agency, per Shams Charania.

    Rozier will be an understandable option if the Knicks miss out on their top point guard acquisitions, which seems likely to happen based on current speculation. New York would rather give short-term deals to players like Rozier than lavish huge contracts on second or third-tier free agents. A starting spot would put Rozier on the standard-league map, though his fantasy stat set is not without serious holes.

    Source: The Athletic

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  • Matisse Thybulle
    SG-SF, Philadelphia Sixers

    Thybulle started on Friday and scored seven points to go with four rebounds, two steals and three blocks in 36 minutes.

    The defensive stats are the bread and butter of Thybulle's fantasy game. He has at least one steal and one block in his past four games and is averaging 1.5 steals and 2.3 blocks over that stretch. Thybulle should continue to start with Embiid out and has standard-league value in the short-term as defensive stats specialist.

  • Andrew Wiggins
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Andrew Wiggins was able to tally 22 points, four assists and two 3-pointers while hitting 9-of-17 from the field on Friday night.

    Wiggins has slowed from his early season tear but he's still producing solid top-80/100 value in 8/9-cat formats. We'll see how the return of Karl-Anthony Towns changes things but at this point it's hard to call Wiggins anything other than a win for fantasy GMs who rolled the dice on his upside in the late rounds of drafts — if you took him in the top-100, you got more lucky than anything.

  • Josh Okogie
    SG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Josh Okogie delivered 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting on Friday night, adding four rebounds, a steal and a 3-pointer.

    Okogie played 25 minutes tonight, slightly up from his season average of 23.8. If he can continue that upward trend, which seems likely given Minnesota's recent trade to clear up the wings a bit, then he could pop on the radar as a 3-and-D guy.

  • Jarrett Culver
    G-F, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jarrett Culver put up 12 points, a steal, a block and a 3-pointer in Friday's loss to the Pacers.

    Culver logged a team-high 36 minutes and is going to get some big run down the stretch. He's not someone you should feel great about as a nightly play in standard-sized leagues but he does make for a nice stash if you can afford to be patient. The Wolves appear ready to prioritize his playing time and while there will be growing pains, Culver has shown a lot to like about his game even if it hasn't yielded much for fantasy purposes.

  • Tristan Thompson
    C, Cleveland Cavaliers

    Tristan Thompson scored 3 points on 1-of-5 shooting with eight rebounds, one steal and one block in 25 minutes before being ejected on Friday.

    Thompson was ejected after slapping Jae Crowder in the butt. It was a rough night for Thompson and maybe the frustration got to him. Thompson is inside the top-125 on the season and is a hold in standard-leagues.

  • Shabazz Napier
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Shabazz Napier finished Friday's loss with 12 points, nine assists, a steal and two 3-pointers in 30 minutes of action.

    Napier is looking at this type of run for the near future and is a fine low-end pickup in all formats. The Wolves may be in the market to acquire another point guard before the trade deadline but until that happens, Napier's value is safe and sound.

  • Karl-Anthony Towns
    C, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Karl-Anthony Towns made his long-awaited return to the court on Friday night, logging 28 minutes and delivering 27 points (9-of-21 shooting), five rebounds and three 3-pointers.

    Towns played less than usual, which shouldn't come as a surprise, but he immediately assumed the lead dog role and led Minnesota in field goals. We'll see if he's good to go for tomorrow's game, as the Wolves could play it cautious and sit KAT on a back-to-back after a month-long absence due to a left knee sprain. Gorgui Dieng had eight points, four rebounds, two assists and two 3-pointers in 20 minutes off the bench but might be worth holding onto for the next couple of games until it's sure that Towns is in the clear.

  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Coby White scored 14 points (5-of-13 from the floor) on Friday with four rebounds, four assists and two threes in 25 minutes off the bench.

    White can pop off for flashy scoring lines once in a while, but he is inconsistent and is outside the top-250 on the season. His poor percentages (.379 from the field and .723 from the line) and lack of defensive stats hold him back. He is a name to watch late in the season in case he gets hot, but for now he is only a points streamer that is better suited for 14-team leagues.

  • Norman Powell
    SF, Toronto Raptors

    The Raptors cruised to a 140-111 win over the Wizards on Friday, led by 28 points, five rebounds, two assists, three steals, a block and four 3-pointers from Norman Powell.

    Powell now has 10 games of 20-plus points this season, including three in a row after missing almost a month because of a shoulder dislocation. He's worth starting in all leagues until further notice, and he's playing so well that even the return of Fred VanVleet doesn't figure to affect him all that much.

  • Terence Davis
    G-F, Toronto Raptors

    Terence Davis took over the fourth quarter of Friday's blowout win, scoring 17 points and finishing the game with a career-high-tying 23.

    Davis also added seven rebounds, three assists and five 3-pointers while going 9-of-16 from the field. After a brief dip in play and a subsequent callout from Nick Nurse, Davis has been excellent. His fantasy appeal should wane with Fred VanVleet expected back tomorrow but TD remains a solid deep-league asset.