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1/24 - JaMychal Green

Signed to a 10-day contract, JaMychal Green has played randomly for the San Antonio Spurs. While the majority of his opportunities have come in garbage time, he proved he was capable of producing in a 15-minute performance against Chicago. Like any Spurs reserve, he's due for the occasional interesting stat line, but that doesn't make him worth owning. It's not even clear if he'll stick with the team.JaMychal Green profile page

1/21 - Tyrus Thomas

The Grizzlies have signed Thomas to a 10-day contract, but if he can prove his worth he will stick in Memphis. Keep an eye on him, especially in deep and production leagues. Thomas is recovered from back and leg injuries that derailed his career two seasons ago (along with some bad decision making on the court), but he has always had talent and still has the youth to make it work. (DH)Tyrus Thomas profile page

1/21 - Mo Williams

Mo-Will took on an expanded role when Rubio went out for an extended period, but that's about to change. With Kevin Martin returning as well, it's unlikely Mo gets shifted over to shooting guard for anything but backup minutes. He should back up both positions nicely, but consistent big minute and production nights are in the past. (DH)Mo Williams profile page

1/21 - Terrence Jones

Jones is nearing a return from his leg injury, and while he may have exited the court with a starting job, he won't have it when he returns. With the emergence of Donatas Motiejunas and the acquisition of Josh Smith, his minutes will no doubt be limited. Still, he should have value in most formats somewhere in your forward rotation assuming he can get close to 20 minutes. (DH)Terrence Jones profile page

1/20 - Nene Hilario

Nene struggled with injuries early in the season, but he has been getting into a groove in recent weeks as he has obtained 100% health. He should be owned in most formats and is likely to retain his statistical pace from the last few weeks as long as he stays healthy. The Wizards are a much tougher team with him in the lineup. (DH)Nene Hilario profile page

1/20 - Aaron Gordon

Gordon has returned from the injury that knocked him out early in the season. Keep an eye on him, as he could provide your fantasy squad with decent bench minutes as he gets his legs under him. (DH)Aaron Gordon profile page

1/20 - Hassan Whiteside

Whiteside has been on a tear for the Heat, and while he isn't fool's gold, it's unlikely he can retain his pace statistically as he continues to see the court so consistently. His value in production leagues is boosted by his shot blocking. (DH)Hassan Whiteside profile page

NBA Games

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MIA (96) at CHI (84) - Report - HW: 14/13/0
OKL (98) at CLE (108) - Report - RW: 22/9/11
LAC (120) at PHO (100) - Report - CP: 23/8/12
DAL (106) at NOR (109) - Report - AD: 28/10/3
MIN (100) at ATL (112) - Report - TY: 26/6/7
IND (106) at ORL (99) - Report - NV: 27/7/0
MIL (95) at SAS (101) - Report - KL: 19/14/2
DET (110) at TOR (114) - Report - DA: 35/4/8
BOS (111) at GSW (114) - Report - SC: 22/4/11
WAS (117) at DEN (115) - Report - TL: 31/3/12
HOU (99) at LAL (87) - Report - JH: 37/8/5
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NBA Leaders

Jan 25

1st Star

Hassan WhitesideHassan
Whiteside
  • 2.62 FPPM
  • 65.5 Total
  • 14 points
  • 13 rebounds
  • 0 assists

    2nd Star

    George HillGeorge
    Hill
    • 1.85 FPPM
    • 37.0 Total
    • 17 points
    • 6 rebounds
    • 3 assists

      3rd Star

      Carlos BoozerCarlos
      Boozer
      • 1.82 FPPM
      • 40.0 Total
      • 18 points
      • 11 rebounds
      • 2 assists