McRoberts entered Wednesday as a game-time decision and will need to have a good pre-game workout in order to get himself onto the court. Even if he does play he is going to fight for minutes with Derrick Williams and Luke Babbitt, which is going to limit his fantasy production.
WIth Michael Carter-Williams now in Chicago, Dellavedova has found himself in a very favorable situation with his new team. Although he is known more for his defense, he is still a solid late-round flier in deep leagues while being a part of one of the better up-in-coming teams in the league.
Zeller was unable to get enough practice time leading up to Wednesday's season opener, but that won;t keep him completely out of the action. However, even when he is fully healthy there really isn't much to like as far as fantasy is concerned, considering he averaged only 8.7 points and 6.2 rebounds a season ago.
Although all signs pointed to Bullock being ready for the season opener, the Pistons will be without him against the Raptors as he continues to deal with a back injury. Considering the Pistons are trying to give Bullock a contract extension, the team must think highly of him, which could lead to big minutes down the line once he gets healthy.
The Bucks will turn to a frontcourt of John Henson, Miles Plumlee and Jabari Parker in the season opener, leaving Monroe the odd man out. Although Monroe is a double-double machine, when given adequate playing time, he will have to produce in limited minutes, but could still be a fantasy asset if he ends up averaging close to his playing time from a season ago (29.3 MPG).
When healthy Snell is expected to start at shooting guard for the Bucks, but that plan will have to wait while he eal with an ankle injury. With Khris Middleton expected to be sidelined until at least March, Snell is going to find himself in a good place once healthy, in an up-in-coming offense, which makes him a deep league target at the very least.