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2/28 - Alex Len

Every few weeks it seems as though Len is on the verge of breaking out for good. Although it hasn't happened completely yet, he's still shown enough to warrant interest. Any time a player can post double-doubles with as many blocks as this guy does, fantasy owners should probably pay attention.Alex Len profile page

2/28 - Lance Stephenson

It didn't take long for Stephenson to fall out of favor in Charlotte and now it's as if his gradual progression in Indiana never really happened. He's avoidable in the majority of leagues.Lance Stephenson profile page

2/28 - DeAndre Jordan

Jordan has been a middle-class man's Andre Drummond for the past two seasons, but lately the only thing separating the two dominant big men has been hype alone. With Blake Griffin on the sidelines (and even with him in the lineup) there's no reason not to jump all over this rebounding powerhouse.DeAndre Jordan profile page

2/28 - Earl Barron

Barron is back on an NBA roster. While, yes, he is capable of producing the occasional marginally intriguing stat line, you probably shouldn't add him.Earl Barron profile page

2/28 - Michael Beasley

Beasley is back. Once again brought on board to join the Miami Heat, the wayward forward will have to prove himself on a 10-Day contract. There's plenty of room in South Beach these days, the question is whether Beas will be able to capitalize on it.Michael Beasley profile page

2/27 - Markel Brown

Brown has gotten more of a chance to shine with the short-handed Brooklyn Nets lately and is producing surprisingly well. Consider him so long as the club continues to give him minutes.Markel Brown profile page

2/27 - Bernard James

It's hard not to love Bernard James. The Mavs clearly do based on how often they've brought him back to join their team. He's a sneaky source of defensive production so long as he's getting the opportunity to play. Keep an eye on Dallas' rotation.Bernard James profile page

NBA Games

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CLE (86) at IND (93) - Report - GH: 15/10/12
WAS (81) at PHI (89) - Report - JW: 21/5/11
CHA (98) at BOS (106) - Report - MW: 31/7/4
ORL (88) at ATL (95) - Report - NV: 21/15/3
NYK (121) at DET (115) - Report - GM: 28/13/2
GSW (113) at TOR (89) - Report - DG: 17/9/2
LAC (97) at MEM (79) - Report - DJ: 15/22/3
MIN (89) at CHI (96) - Report - JB: 28/12/1
MIA (102) at NOR (104) - Report - AA: 24/8/0
BKL (98) at HOU (102) - Report - TJ: 26/12/0
UTA (104) at DEN (82) - Report - DF: 21/10/1
SAS (107) at SAC (96) - Report - KL: 17/7/5
OKL (112) at POR (115) - Report - RW: 40/13/11
MIL (93) at LAL (101) - Report - EI: 17/12/0
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NBA Leaders

Feb 27

1st Star

Russell WestbrookRussell
Westbrook
  • 2.07 FPPM
  • 76.5 Total
  • 40 points
  • 13 rebounds
  • 11 assists

    2nd Star

    Alexis AjincaAlexis
    Ajinca
    • 1.91 FPPM
    • 42.0 Total
    • 24 points
    • 8 rebounds
    • 0 assists

      3rd Star

      Trey BurkeTrey
      Burke
      • 1.78 FPPM
      • 41.0 Total
      • 19 points
      • 2 rebounds
      • 4 assists