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Active Matt Barnes MEM, Active Open link
Barnes is active for Sunday's game but will move back to his usual bench role with Zach Randolph back in the starting lineup.
Active Zach Randolph MEM, Active Open link
Randolph missed the past 5 games and is active Sunday (sore knee). He is playing, and he will start. Matt Barnes moves back to a bench role.
Doubtful Tiago Splitter ATL, Doubtful Open link
Splitter missed the past 4 games and is doubtful Monday (hip).
Out Tyson Chandler PHO, Out Open link
Chandler is out for Sunday's game (hamstring). Alex Len will start in his place, but Len earned just 16 minutes in his last spot start.
Doubtful Al Jefferson CHA, Doubtful Open link
Jefferson left Sunday's game against the Bucks with a strained left calf and didn't return. He will undergo an MRI Monday to determine the severity of the strain. Hopefully we'll be provided an expected timeline for his return afterward.

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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Turkey Hangover

November 27, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

No games to recap, so today's show is all DFS!


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James Harden: With A Vengeance

November 26, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

James Harden's early season struggles are a thing of the past, but not so, those of the Houston Rockets. Harden continues to be an awesome fantasy presence, but he has little help.


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TJ McConnell- Drop TJ for Shane Larkin in a 14 team H2H league? [h0wodd]

Karl-Anthony Towns- On the positive side, it looks gieng and kat are closing the game together. Maybe the coach will finally realize this is by far their best frontcourt combination defensively and offensively. [hsahardid]

Karl-Anthony Towns- Didn't steal a game against the clippers and still benched him. I don't agree with the rationale of not giving him consistent 30+ mins. He was handling it and wasn't getting injured. Wiggins played a ton of mins last year and didn't hurt him. Just a bunch of b.s. [hsahardid]

Greg Oden- Is there a way to run a BBM report that would show Actual Value, Projected Value, and Variance in 3 columns. If you sorted by variance, it would become a "Buy low" or "Sell high" report that would be very useful! [JonathanHarris]

TJ McConnell- Still holding TJ. Someone dropped Cory Joseph in my 16 teamer. Would you drop TJ for Cory? [#19032]
100% agree

Tyson Chandler- Chandler has better Rotisserie upside because of what we've seen him do with his percentages over his career, though he's struggled to find a groove on offense this season with the Suns. Bogut is better in H2H because he can dish and get blocks in limited minutes. If Chandler isn't producing in the percentages, though, his value is really hurt in all formats. [kylemckeown16]

Rodney Hood- I would take Hood's higher overall potential this season. Smith's role will shrink a little if the Cavs get healthy with Irving and Shumpert back over the next month or so. [kylemckeown16]

DeMarcus Cousins- Demarcus Cousins...While his talent is undeniable, there's always something with him. He's already had two injury stints in the first month of this season plus a suspension. Last season he only played 59 games due to a viral infection and other factors. Any time he misses is catastrophic to fantasy teams because your points and rebounds fall off a cliff without him. A headache to own. [webslinger48]

Draymond Green- TJF673 - The only reason why that should give you any pause is because of the loss of scoring, but Draymond's across-the-board production is too good to pass up. Do it. [kylemckeown16]

Michael Carter-Williams- Commence mass panic. Enough talent here to hold in 12-tm, or drop for any top 100/streamer spot? [mareshcj]

Draymond Green- Yes, go accept that, right now, run don't walk, stop reading this what are you waiting for take that deal [ak murthy]

Draymond Green- Would you guys trade Mccollum and Dwill for Draymond? [tjf673]
100% agree

Jimmy Butler- Jump at it. Don't overthink it. Go get Jimmy. [kylemckeown16]
100% agree

Darren Collison- MarkAlbert2KX -- Not much of one if we do. His role is in flux a bit as Geroge Karl seems to have started reducing Rondo's minutes to a more reasonable number. As that happens, Collison could edge closer to the current projection. Also, a big reason why his scoring is down is because he's struggling with his shot. That will normalize. I'll have someone else look at it, too, though. [kylemckeown16]

Nerlens Noel- @kylemckeown exactly. And if you were to trade Noel now you'd get very little value in return. You'd be better off waiting and seeing if he can achieve some of his ridiculous upside. If you remember last year he got off to a rough start but really turned it on at the end of the season. We could see the same trajectory this year as their young players gel [ak murthy]
100% agree