Gary Harris should be on your bench until he finds his shot.
Kris Dunn leads the NBA in steal percentage and is on a four-game week.
Patrick Beverley is averaging 1.3 steals this month, ranking as the 78th-best fantasy player.
Joe Ingles is stepping up in Mike Conley's absence.
Does Myles Turner have to be benched in shallow leagues?
Nick Whalen breaks down the key injuries to monitor, Dejounte Murray's struggles, the streaking Bucks, top pickups for the week, and much more.
Are Eric Paschall's stats deceiving?
Devonte' Graham has emerged as a borderline-top-100 player in Charlotte.
Patrick Beverley can be picked up and started in most leagues.
Nick Whalen writes on six players who are off to concerning starts in 2019-20.
The Suns are on the rare five-game week.
Off to a disappointing 2-4 start, Orlando is home to more than one buy-low candidate.
Should fantasy owners in shallow leagues sit Montrezl Harrell on a two-game week?
A brief tribute to Lou Williams and the Clippers, who overcame trading away Tobias Harris at the trade deadline to improve their playoff standing in the West.
Jeff Teague is out for the season, one of three Timberwolves down in their Operation Shutdown.
D'Angelo Russell may have helped your team reach the fantasy playoffs, but you'll likely not be able to use him in Week 23 if you're still alive in your league.
The Lakers have said that they will be limiting LeBron James's minutes down the stretch. Will the Timberwolves do the same with Karl-Anthony Towns?
The Warriors are on a two-game week. Should you sit Draymond Green?
Elfrid Payton has been an assist machine lately, but has struggled with his shot. Can he turn it around against the Hawks as one of his four games this week?
Somebody forgot to tell Lauri Markkanen and his Bulls teammates that they're supposed to be tanking.
With less than two months left in the NBA season, the fantasy basketball postseason is fast-approaching.
The Clippers' rotation has been turned on its head following their trade deadline moves, plus the All-Star Game creates playing time opportunities all over.
Is Nikola Vucevic an under-the-radar trade risk? The trade deadline brings considerable risk for your starting lineups this week.
Darren Collison and the Pacers have four games this week, and he's being counted upon to provide more offense with Victor Oladipo out.
Kris Dunn has struggled recently, but the Bulls' schedule against point guards matches up well this week.
Luka Doncic and John Collins are probably the only Mavs and Hawks players you'll want to start this week.
Julius Randle has been flourishing lately, but could lose playing time with the return of Nikola Mirotic soon.
The Nuggets are the only team in the NBA with five games in Week 13.
The T-Wolves' Tyus Jones could get a good chunk of playing time this week thanks to injuries to Derrick Rose and Jeff Teague.
Mike Conley is day-to-day with a hamstring injury and only has two games this week, making him a tricky call.