• Terrence Ross shot 8-of-15 from the floor and 3-of-9 from three to finish a 109-102 loss with 19 points.

    Ross was thought to have been freed after he was traded to Orlando and handed a starting role, but he’s been as streaky as ever. Ross has only averaged 10.1 points in his 12 March games despite 31.6 minutes per contest. There are few peripherals in sight, as his normally helpful steals production has dipped to just 0.9 per game over that same span. Tonight T-Ross added two boards, an assist and a pair of steals. The inconsistency is maddening but he’s still got tons of upside. Ross is the guy who’ll blow up right after you drop him and vanish right after you pick him up, and since he’s right on the standard league cut line we wouldn’t blame you for moving on from the headaches.

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  • Taurean Prince
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    A trade to the Nets in 2019-20 allowed Taurean Prince to bounce back from a disappointing 2018-19 campaign and provide top-150/178 in 8/9-cat per game value.

    It wasn't all popcorn and cotton candy for Prince, who, despite being handed the starting PF job, failed to take full advantage of his opportunity to shine. He struggled with a lack of consistency and struggled with his shot, hitting at a dismal .376 clip from the field. In his 29.0 minutes per game, Prince was able to post averages of 12.1 PPG, 2.3 3PG, 6.0 RPG and 0.9 SPG. Sadly, the eventual return of Kevin Durant will surely dampen Prince's outlook for the 2020-21 season.

  • Garrett Temple
    SG, Brooklyn Nets

    Thanks to his 186/177 8/9-cat per game value and 186/176 value by totals, Garrett Temple was one of the better streaming options in fantasy in 2019-20.

    Temple proved to be a sneaky option for many fantasy teams, averaging 28.1 minutes per game and delivering a diverse stat line. He was able to offer up averages of 10.3 points, 2.0 3s, 3.5 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 0.8 steals per game. It wasn't all good though, as Temple did hurt teams' field goal percentages with .378 shooting from the field on 9.5 attempts per game. At 34 years of age, this was likely a brave late-career hurrah for the veteran, who should see his role slightly diminished once the Nets are all healthy and playing steady minutes.

  • Spencer Dinwiddie
    PG, Brooklyn Nets

    Spencer Dinwiddie averaged 20.6 points, 1.9 3s, 3.5 rebounds, 6.8 assists, 0.6 steals and 0.3 blocks in 64 games for 93/155 value in 8/9-cat leagues on a per-game basis.

    Dinwiddie brought the volume again and benefited from extra playing time with injuries either to Kyrie Irving or Caris Levert. The Nets had trouble finding any consistency from their starting guards in terms of health and we've seen this movie before, Dinwiddie to the rescue. He was far from efficient but you can't find 20 & 7 late in your drafts so he provided a big boost for owners this year. Next year will be a tougher sell for Dinwiddie. He also tested positive for COVID-19 this past week, which means his status for playing during the resumption of the year is in question.

  • Jarrett Allen
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Jarrett Allen averaged 10.6 points, 9.5 boards, 1.3 assists, 0.6 steals and 1.3 blocks in 64 games for 114/95 value in 8/9-cat leagues on a per-game basis.

    Allen showed a lot of promise in his rookie year only to have the wet blanket of the DeAndre Jordan signing to ruin things in fantasy land. With Jordan opting to sit out the resumption of the season, we'll see a lot more Allen at center which is a good thing for everyone.

  • Rodions Kurucs
    PF, Brooklyn Nets

    Nets forward Rodions Kurucs saw averages of 4.2 points, 2.5 rebounds, 0.6 threes and 0.4 steals per game on .448 shooting from the field to finish just inside the top-400 in 8/9-cat per-game value.

    Kurucs' season was, for the most part, largely unmemorable, highlighted by a 19-point career-high game. He provided the Nets with depth at the forward position but in just 12.8 minutes pr game, Kurucs was unable to properly make an impact in the box scores. With Kevin Durant expected to be ready to play in 2020-21, don't expect on Kurucs to be able to build too much on what he's managed to put up in his humble pro resume.

  • DeAndre Jordan
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    DeAndre Jordan averaged 8.3 points, 10.0 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 0.3 steals and 0.9 blocks on .666 shooting for 130/124 value in 8/9-cat leagues on a per-game basis.

    Jordan signing with the Nets was an immediate nail in the coffin for Jarret Allen to have any chance at increasing his workload and it resulted in two mediocre fantasy seasons. The double-digit rebounds are nice, but outside of that, Jordan provided little else as the field goal percentage wasn't as good as it seemed because he only averaged 8.3 points a night. He'll sit out the resumption which is going to be a theme for older players in non-contending teams.

  • Caris LeVert
    PG-SG, Brooklyn Nets

    Caris LeVert finished the year averaging 17.7 points, 1.8 3s, 4.1 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 1.1 steals and 0.2 blocks for 132/182 value in 8/9-cat leagues on a per-game basis.

    LeVert had injury troubles as well this year (a common theme for the Nets) but he was able to cap off his season with a strong run as one of their primary playmakers. The counting stats are there, but the efficiency wasn't, but that's usually the case with players returning from injury. It's hard to see him keeping up the development as long as Kyrie Irving and Spencer Dinwiddie handle the ball, but with the resumption throwing things off the rails, we might see some big LeVert games this summer.

  • Wilson Chandler
    F, Brooklyn Nets

    Wilson Chandler finished the season averaging 5.9 points, 1.1 3s, 4.1 rebounds, 1.1 assists, 0.5 steals, and 0.3 blocks on .404 shooting over 35 games for 282/287 value in 8/9-cat leagues on a per-game basis.

    Chandler struggled all year to stay healthy and has opted out of the season resumption. He didn't have any value this season and the extra time off should do a lot of good for him as he's shown the ability to produce when the circumstances are right.

  • Chris Chiozza
    PG, Brooklyn Nets

    Chris Chiozza averaged 4.0 points, 0.9 3s, 1.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 0.7 steals in 21 games for 306/307 value in 8/9-cat leagues on a per-game basis.

    Chiozza was looked over during the draft due to his size, but he has all the intangibles needed to run the point. He's accurate from deep (.435 career 3-point shooter) and has the court vision and passing ability to keep the boat afloat while he's in. If Spencer Dinwiddie and Kyrie Irving don't return to action, Chiozza should see a nice uptick in his assist numbers, but the signing of Tyler Johnson makes that future a bit murky.

  • Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
    SG, Brooklyn Nets

    Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot averaged 6.3 points, 1.0 3s, 2.3 rebounds, 0.6 assists, 0.4 steals and 0.2 blocks on .406 shooting over the course of 39 games for 337/331 per-game rankings in 8/9-cat leagues.

    TLC is always on the radar for 3-point streaming when someone is hurt, but he really struggled to get any consistency this year. After four years in the league, it's really hard to envision TLC becoming a starting caliber player without some drastic improvements somewhere as his 3-point shot was just an average .358 this season.