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12/17 - Russell Westbrook

After a short respite due to a broken hand, Westbrook is back to dominating for the Thunder. He's been their best player so far, even with the return of Kevin Durant. His minutes are only going to increase as the season wears on and the Thunder continue to fight for seeding. He is as close to an untradeable asset as you can get. (DH)Russell Westbrook profile page

12/17 - Draymond Green

Draymond Green has entered into a new fantasy stratosphere. He is averaging well over a combined 4 blocks and steals per game, on top of 13 ppg and 8 rpg. His total numbers might decrease with the return of David Lee, but don't expect his efficiency and FPPM to suffer at all. The Warriors and Steve Kerr have found a perfect piece for their roster. (DH)Draymond Green profile page

12/17 - John Wall

John Wall is embracing his role as Washington's distributor, and is on pace to average over 10 assists per game for the first time in his career. While it would have been nice to see his scoring improve for a third straight year (down to under 18 ppg so far), he has definitely solidified his spot as an elite point guard and a top keeper asset. (DH)John Wall profile page

12/17 - Shabazz Muhammad

Muhammad has been very impressive thus far this season, and his minutes and production have subsequently increased in recent weeks. If he's still available in your league, you should grab him. He might push 20 points per game from here on out and might only improve once Ricky Rubio returns to the court. (DH)Shabazz Muhammad profile page

12/17 - Jabari Parker

Just as Jabari was beginning to take off, the favorite for rookie of year suffered a torn ACL and will miss the rest of the season. Keeper league owners should still hold onto him as a full recovery is expected, but this is a blow to owners counting on the rookie in redraft leagues. Drop him for whatever you can find on the waiver wire. (DH)Jabari Parker profile page

12/17 - Joakim Noah

Noah has struggled with minor injuries this year, in addition to an expected decrease in production with the additions of Pau Gasol and Derrick Rose. While Noah is still a great piece for your lineup, don't expect MVP-level numbers like we saw last year even when he is healthy enough to play. Don't be afraid to trade him for a package you like. (DH)Joakim Noah profile page

12/17 - Marc Gasol

Gasol is having a career year in his contract season, and the Grizzlies continue to rely on him while they still can. It wouldn't be surprising to see him sign a big contract elsewhere during the offseason, but for now everything is as smooth as can be for Gasol owners in all formats. His new focus on scoring (nearly 20 points per game) has been a blessing for those who drafted him this year. (DH)Marc Gasol profile page

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NBA Leaders

Dec 18

1st Star

  • 1.77 FPPM
  • 72.5 Total
  • 30 points
  • 14 rebounds
  • 3 assists

    2nd Star

    • 1.69 FPPM
    • 71.0 Total
    • 34 points
    • 7 rebounds
    • 9 assists

      3rd Star

      • 1.47 FPPM
      • 66.0 Total
      • 35 points
      • 5 rebounds
      • 7 assists