April 4, 2018, 12:26 amKyle O'QuinnPF/C, New York Knicks
Kyle O'Quinn was the lone bright spot in Tuesday's 73-97 loss to the Magic, double-doubling with 13 points and 12 rebounds while blocking five shots.
O'Quinn played 29 minutes in another start and he's going to be a must-start option as long as Enes Kanter is sidelined. KOQ has delivered top-150 numbers in a bench role before so even if Kanter does come back it's far from a death kneel. Keep him locked into all lineups for now, as O'Quinn can be a major game-changer in the rebound and blocks departments.