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Feb. 20 - Luc Mbah a Moute (LAC)

Luc Mbah a Moute has never been a particularly potent fantasy threat but the 32-year-old's value as a warm-blooded minute-filler is even lower now that he's approaching the twilight of his career and will have a significant injury to accommodate for. Mbah a Moute could chip in for the Clippers during the 2018-19 playoff stretch but he's avoidable in almost every fantasy format.Luc Mbah a Moute profile page

Feb. 20 - Doug McDermott (IND)

Doug McDermott is capable of the occasional big game off the bench for the Indiana Pacers but those fantasy relevant performances are too few and far between to warrant value outside of the deepest of leagues.Doug McDermott profile page

Feb. 20 - Dion Waiters (MIA)

After a number of up and down seasons, Dion Waiters now find himself a modest contributor to a team that isn't really going anywhere. In an ideal situation, which Miami seemed to be for a while, Waiters is a semi-enticing offensive option. Unfortunately, there's just too much going on with the Heat for the 27-year-old to warrant much attention in fantasy.Dion Waiters profile page

Feb. 20 - Justin Holiday (MEM)

Justin Holiday has made a name for himself as a valuable veteran capable of serving quality minutes in a team's rotation. The 29-year-old's leadership was valued by the Bulls for a few seasons and could be valued similarly by the Grizzlies now that he's in Memphis but that doesn't do much to boost his fantasy stock. Consider the guard a low-end minute filler if you're struggling for depth, otherwise leave him in the free agent pool.Justin Holiday profile page

Feb. 20 - Markieff Morris (OKL)

The Oklahoma City Thunder will welcome Markieff Morris as a rotation piece heading into the final stretch of their season and that could restore his fantasy relevance, at least in part. While he may see less minutes than what he was seeing as a starter in Washington, that could lead to a slight increase in per-minute efficiency. Consider Morris if you need to round out your rotation in deep leagues.Markieff Morris profile page

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