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Active Omer Asik NOR, Active Open link
Asik is active for Tuesday's game but is being moved to a bench role in favor of starting Alexis Ajinca.
Active Alexis Ajinca NOR, Active Open link
Ajinca is starting at center over Omer Asik for Tuesday's game.
Active Joe Johnson BKN, Active Open link
Johnson is active for Tuesday's game (illness). He missed shootaround but is expected to play Tuesday.
Active Norris Cole NOR, Active Open link
Cole is active for Tuesday's game (ankle sprain). He will play Tuesday.
Active Ricky Rubio MIN, Active Open link
Rubio missed the past 2 games and is active Tuesday (ankle). He will play Tuesday, and if the past is any indication, he'll be right back starting at PG.

(Not So) Little Drummond Boy

December 1, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

If you drafted Andre Drummond, you know your free throws are kaput. So, just sit back and enjoy the rest of the sweet, sweet numbers. Drummond piled them on against the new Sixers, at least defensively for fantasy purposes, the Houston Rockets.


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By George, He's Done It Again

November 30, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

Paul George's presence as a top 10 player is certainly surprising to me, as he has overcome a significant mental hurdle to not only get back to his best but to somehow be far and away a better player than he was pre-injury. Congratulations if you drafted him.


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Week 6 Schedule Analysis

November 29, 2015 by Matt Smith

Another week is done, and hopefully your fantasy teams are faring well as the season progresses. By now, you should be getting a good idea of the strengths and weaknesses of your team, enabling you to make moves for the week ahead with more clarity.


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Anthony Davis, Come Save Us

November 29, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

So, it appears Chris Paul didn't end Anthony Davis' career Friday night, despite Twitter's protests, as AD was back and destroying again. The latest injury scare may be an opportunity to buy him as low as you'll ever see, but Saturday's output might reduce that chance.


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An Almost 5x5 Friday

November 28, 2015 by Kyle McKeown

On a 12-game Friday evening, there were plenty of lineup changes and big fantasy lines to go over, and leading the way was Kawhi Leonard missing a 5x5 performance by one steal.


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All Wired Up - A Capela

November 28, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

As you've probably noticed, the waiver wire section was omitted from the Weekly Primer article last week. That will be the case moving forward, as Matt Smith handles the weekly primer from now on, covering ways to maximise your output from the schedule.


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Emmanuel Mudiay- Thanks Kyle! Appreciate the insight. [EnderDantes]

Darren Collison- Thanks, Kyle! Given that I have to spend a waiver to get MCW, I guess I would ride with Collison at the moment. [nzhelev]

Darren Collison- This is a realllly hard question to answer after MCW's big game. Does the combination of a trip to the bench and his new haircut lead to a switch being flipped for MCW? It took him two benched games to breakout against a second unit. Honestly, I think it's a toss-up right now between these two, because MCW seems like a boom/bust guy right now, and DCollison is starting to find his groove again. [kylemckeown16]
100% agree

Emmanuel Mudiay- I think there's reason to believe that he will grow both personally and in his understanding of how his teammates play. The Nuggets have had a changing lineup a lot due to injuries, too, which can't be good for a PG finding his groove and creating a rhythm with his teammates on offense. Yes, I think the turnovers improve, but really, in H2H, you should just be punting TOs anyway, especially with Mudiay. [kylemckeown16]

Darren Collison- Who do you like better rest of the season, Collison or MCW? h2h 9cat, punting 3s, leading fg% by a wide margin the rest of the league, so I can afford absorbing a guy who shots badly. [nzhelev]

Emmanuel Mudiay- Needed assists and was able to scoop him up in punt fg% build. Any chance the turnovers go down even a little? His ft% seems to be getting better ever so slightly. [EnderDantes]

Marco Belinelli- Like most things, it's probably somewhere in between, but looking at the Kings wing rotation, they have Collison, McLemore, Belinelli, Caron Butler, James Anderson, Rudy Gay, Omri Casspi, and Quincy Acy all getting minutes at SG/SF on random nights. Karl seems content playing matchups from game to game, which means we'll likely see anyone not named Rondo, Cousins, and Gay playing less minutes some nights and more minutes other nights. Sucks that the rotation isn't more defined, but be what it be [kylemckeown16]

TJ Warren- Righaya - Roto or H2H? Roto, I go TJ Warren ROS for his percentages. Wade is shooting so poorly that he is pretty much a liability in Roto leagues right now. For H2H, you have a harder decision to make. Honestly, though, if I owned D-Wade in any leagues, I'd be trying to trade him after that 30-point game he just dropped. [kylemckeown16]
100% agree

Donatas Motiejunas- I think it's hard to expect too much out of guy coming back from back surgery. I'm not looking his way in standard leagues unless the Rockets come out and say explicitly that he is 100 percent healthy and is going to have the starting job. Obviously, all these trade rumors with the Rockets regarding Ty Lawson could shake the team up and change this narrative. [kylemckeown16]

Stanley Johnson- SVG is desperate to make the kid competent playing off the ball, so it's lead to a lot of possessions for Stanley where the crappy second unit throws him the ball at the end of the shot clock, treating him as a release valve. It makes Stanley look bad, but it's not really his fault in those situations. And he's making steady improvements. I wouldn't look too harshly on his early numbers. He's their 4th best player at worst on both sides of the ball. [kylemckeown16]
100% agree

DeMarre Carroll- I'm not patently against making that move, but it depends a lot on who is on the waiver for you to pick up. [kylemckeown16]

Stanley Johnson- I picked him up as a spec add in a few roto leagues where I had a spare bench spot. But his per 36 numbers don't thrill me he isn't positive in any category [gehrenberg]

Donatas Motiejunas- Clear to practice with the team. His post game is extremely important for the rockets. I think he was the x factor for the rocket last year [coffeelover665]

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson- These bulk-steals nights he's putting up, two 5-steal games in last four, are awesome for H2H, but his production is going to continue to be erratic. He'll be fun to watch as he finds himself this season, especially with the defensive stats. [kylemckeown16]

Kent Bazemore- Lol. I'm a little bit more of a Bazemore lover than Josh it seems. I believe in the guy to put up good production IF he has a big enough role. What we're seeing now is a timeshare between Bazemore and Thabo that is making Bazemore unownable in most standard leagues. I'd give it another game or two to see how things shakeout, though. Baze was on bench in 2nd game back which was also b2b, then Thabo started against Durant. Those may have been situational starts for Thabo. [kylemckeown16]