Maybe Add 12 teams Josh: Batum is sort of back and is providing back end 12 team value at the moment.
Sell High 10 teams Kyle: Batum is too unselfish, but his rebounds and defensive stats got the job done. Batum has played well of late, but I still wouldn't consider him much more than a streamer for most leagues. If I had Batum, I'd be seeing if I could sell high on him. I don't trust his FG% to stay high all season, but if you do, Batum may be a good target for rotisserie leagues.
Josh: We might be getting a it of a return from Mack in the next week as Conley sits out with a 'knee' issue before the trade deadline. He could be a stream, but if Conley is moved, I see another point guard (Rubio/Exum) coming back.
Stream 12 teams Kyle: Mack is worth considering as a stream option over the next few games if Conley remains out. However, if Conley is traded at the deadline, I'd expect another PG to come back in the deal or for Carter to claim most of the PG minutes the rest of the way.
Watch 14 teams Kyle: Carter started with Conley, Temple, and Anderson out. With Conley on the trade block, Carter could be headed for a lot of minutes in the second half of the season. If Anderson and Conley are both out, Carter should have some streaming value, but for the most part, I'd just get on most watch lists in case his role grows quickly after the trade deadline.
Watch 14 teams Josh: Monk has looked a lot better of late and he is definitely a name to watch as the season rolls on. You can probably find better speculative adds, but I do believe he will be a 12 team guy through March.
Watch 14 teams Kyle: Monk has strung together three good games. If you need points and threes, Monk might be worth a squeeze, especially in deeper leagues, but for the most part, I wouldn't expect the minutes or production to remain consistent. He capitalized on Lamb having a poor night here.
Josh: A bit of a throwback game with JJJ out and Green remaining bad. I wouldn't get too interested.
Watch 14 teams Kyle: Noah capitalized on the absence of Jaren Jackson to play extended minutes. Noah has offered some increased streaming value of late, but after the trade deadline, I'd expect Noah to either be traded or bought out. With that said, it's possible Noah sticks with the Grizzlies the rest of the way, and if Gasol is traded, maybe Noah plays more than expected. He's fine to add to watch lists and consider streaming if Gasol sits out ahead of the trade deadline.
Kyle: Stream him for the threes.
Kyle: Parker was back in action after sitting out the previous game. He's been putting up great production in his limited bench role, but I wouldn't consider him more than a situational streamer for deeper leagues in most cases.
Buy Low 14 teams Kyle: Lamb was struggling with his shot and got benched for a lot of the game. Lamb's production has fallen off since a good start to the season, and he's become close to just a streaming option for most leagues, though I would view this as a buy-low period in many respects.
Kyle: Holiday got big minutes and put up a decent line, but his role and production have been inconsistent from game to game, so it's hard to consider him much more than a streamer with some potential upside down the stretch if the Grizzlies keep him and decide to make him a part of their primary rotation the rest of the way.
Watch 12 teams Josh: I am really keeping an eye on Rabb depending on the Green/Gasol situations and he could be a March star.
Watch 12 teams Kyle: If the Grizzlies trade Marc Gasol and don't bring back another key frontcourt player, Rabb could be headed for a lot of minutes in the second half of the season. I'd make sure Rabb is on watch lists ahead of the trade deadline. We haven't seen him do it in the NBA yet, but Rabb has been shooting threes in the G League and should eventually add that to his game in the NBA.
Josh: Started for JJJ and was not good. I think he is a chance to get dealt, but he is not someone I have any interest in for 12 team leagues as he just isnt a good real life player, or stat accumualtor in fantasy.
Kyle: Green got a spot start with Jaren Jackson out, but Green didn't do much with the opportunity. There's an off-chance Green's value could improve after the deadline, but he could also continue to lose minutes or find himself traded to a competitive team and a lesser role. I wouldn't consider Green much more than a streamer and watch list player in most leagues.
Josh: A lot of minutes for not much return, Biyombo is just a deep league guy who could find himself out of the rotation enitrely when Zeller is back.
Kyle: Biyombo got big minutes here, but Zeller is close to returning, which could push Biyombo completely out of the rotation a lot of nights.
Josh: He has been solid with his defensive numbers, but the shooting is poor. He has some deep league appeal given the 'injuries' in Memphis.
Watch 14 teams Kyle: Caboclo has put up some interesting production as an injury fill-in over the last few games, but his first 10-day has run out. If he signs another, Caboclo could continue to offer some streaming value for deeper leagues. He's worth at least adding to watch lists in case he stumbles into a bigger role than expected the rest of the way.