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  • Malik Beasley
    SG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Malik Beasley may not have hit seven triples like he did in his Minnesota debut, but he still scored 15 points on 5-of-12 shooting with four rebounds, two assists, one steal and two 3-pointers in 32 minutes in a 126-137 loss to the Raptors on Monday.

    Those that stashed or picked up Beasley should be encouraged that even with D'Angelo Russell entering the lineup, Beasley was worth starting even without many shots. Jarrett Culver once again came off the bench, but did provide 15 points, three rebounds, one steal, one block and one 3-pointer in 21 minutes.

  • Jordan McLaughlin
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jordan McLaughlin started on Saturday and scored a career-high 24 points on 11-of-15 shooting to go with 11 assists and two threes in 37 minutes.

    McLaughlin scored 15 points with seven assists in 31 minutes on Wednesday and outplayed Jarrett Culver (five points in 23 minutes) on Saturday. The Wolves overhauled their roster at the trade deadline and McLaughlin is trending up after two good games in a row, but his value will take a hit when D'Angelo Russell returns. McLaughlin could have deep-league value as an assists specialist if he can be the primary backup point guard behind Russell. Culver, on the other hand, is trending in the wrong direction and is a drop in 14-team leagues.

  • Jarrett Culver
    G-F, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jarrett Culver struggled in a start on Saturday with five points on 2-of-6 shooting to go with four rebounds, three assists and one block in 28 minutes.

    Culver also shot 0-of-2 from the line and has struggled since Karl-Anthony Towns has returned. Culver has scored in single digits in four of the six games since Towns has returned and is outside the top-200 during that stretch. Culver had a 26-point performance last week and his upside makes him worth holding for a few more games before considering dropping him.

  • Jarrett Culver
    G-F, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jarrett Culver will return to the starting lineup as the Wolves face off against the Thunder on Saturday.

    Culver saw his role taken by Josh Okogie in the last one and he suffered with a low-end line. His return to the starting five should serve as a catalyst for a bounce-back performance.

    Source: Jon Krawczynski on Twitter

  • Jarrett Culver
    G-F, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jarret Culver will be in the starting lineup during Saturday's game versus the Thunder.

    Culver has strung together a couple of solid performance after being placed in the doghouse. Culver remains as an end of bench/stash guy as the Timberwolves edge closer and closer to clearing house.

    Source: Kyle Theige on Twitter

  • Josh Okogie
    SG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Josh Okogie got the starting nod for the Wolves on Friday and rewarded them with a solid performance, posting 17 points (6-of-9 FGs, 5-of-5 FTs) with six boards, four dimes and three steals in 32 minutes.

    Okogie is worth an add in deep leagues after tonight's gem. He sent Jarrett Culver back to the bench and his value took a hard fall with just seven points on 3-of-9 shooting, three rebounds, one steal and one block. Culver remains a post-ASB breakout candidate and is worth holding if your league settings do not punish you for your patience.

  • Jarrett Culver
    G-F, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jarrett Culver scored 26 points in Saturday's loss to the Raptors, finishing with four rebounds, one assist, one steal and two blocks.

    The 26 points is a career-high for Culver, whom finished 8-of-16 from the field. He contributed in all categories in this one, with three total steals and blocks, but only registered one steal. Regardless, this scoring output is a nice boon for his confidence and he should look forward to continuing to keep this momentum going forward as the season progresses.

  • 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.

  • Jarrett Culver
    G-F, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jarrett Culver filled the state sheet on Wednesday, ending with 17 points, five rebounds, an assist, two steals, a block and a 3-pointer.

    Culver has been hot recently and owners should ride the streak while they can. It wouldn't be surprising to see the rookie cool off at some point as the team returns to full strength, but those in deeper leagues might want to stash him for a while.

  • Jarrett Culver
    G-F, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jarrett Culver finished Tuesday's loss with a career-high 24 points (8-of-11 FG), five rebounds, two steals and three 3-pointers in 28 minutes.

    Culver's playing time is back on the upswing and this makes five straight games with at least 10 points, and at least one steal in each of his last seven with 15 in that span. The youngster is worth a short-term look in most formats with top-125 value in the last couple of weeks, but don't expect him to stick on your roster from here on out. We've seen big lulls, which is to be expected from most rookies.

  • Andrew Wiggins
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Andrew Wiggins (illness) returned on Sunday against the Cavs and saw his 15 points, seven rebounds, four assists, two steals and one 3-pointer spoiled by 6-of-19 shooting.

    A few more shots going through the hoop would have gotten Wiggins into a much nicer night of production, and let's just chalk this one up to some rust coming off. At this point, you either sold high or you are sticking out with Wiggins in most scenarios. Jarrett Culver (14 points, four steals, two blocks, two 3-pointers) registered another nice game off the bench and is worth keeping an eye on in case his shooting ever settles into a non-value erasing number.

  • Treveon Graham
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Treveon Graham will not face the Bucks on Wednesday as he is dealing with flu-like symptoms.

    The Wolves will be without six key players on Wednesday and are very likely to lose against one of the best teams in the NBA. Shabazz Napier, Jarrett Culver, Keita Bates-Diop, Kelan Martin and Jaylen Nowell could all be viewed as interesting low-cost DFS tournament options with the Wolves decimated by injuries.

    Source: Wolves PR on Twitter

  • Jeff Teague
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jeff Teague has been downgraded to out for Wednesday's tilt vs. the Bucks.

    Teague joins Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins and Jake Layman as out for Thursday's game while Treveon Graham and Noah Vonleh are both questionable. With Teague now ruled out, Jarrett Culver and Shabazz Napier will handle the majority of the ball-handling duties and both can be looked at as streaming candidates and low-cost DFS plays.

    Source: Danny Cunningham on Twitter

  • Jarrett Culver
    G-F, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jarrett Culver put up a career-high 21 points with five rebounds, three assists, three steals, one block and three 3-pointers in 38 minutes for the short-handed Wolves in a 122-115 overtime win over the Nets on Monday.

    Culver shot 8-for-21 from the floor and 2-for-4 from the line as he was suddenly the main man for the Wolves tonight. They'll soon have their leading scorers back, so don't expect to see much more of this from Culver just yet. Keita Bates-Diop also deserves mention for his 15 points, seven boards, one dime, two steals, two blocks and one trey over 27 minutes.

  • Treveon Graham
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Treveon Graham (illness) will not play on Monday against the Nets.

    Graham doesn't make much fantasy impact, but Jarrett Culver may see more time in this one. Keita Bates-Diop should also benefit from more opportunities.

    Source: Jon Krawczynski on Twitter