Dee Gordon went 3-for-4 with a triple and one RBI against the Giants on Wednesday and is now batting .404 on the season.
Gordon continued to swing a hot bat on Wednesday night and is now trailing only Chase Utley (.449 BA) and Charlie Blackmon (.442 BA) to lead the league in batting average. To add to his success at the dish, Gordon is 10-for-11 in stolen base chances and as long as he continues to get on base at a high clip (.453 OBP), he is going to be a fantasy stud in 2014.ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Andre Ellington suffered a left foot injury in Week 12.
Surprise, suprise, Ellington got hurt again. The guy is made of glass and should not be started in any leagues. He should be rostered in most leagues, but he's so fragile it's basically impossible to count on him getting through an entire game without suffering some type of setback. Add that to the fact that Chris Johnson gets the majority of the carries and Ellington is even more difficult to trust. Analysis: Zack Carpenter
Blake Griffin scored 26 points (9-of-16 FGA, 7-of-9 FTA), grabbed eight rebounds, and recorded eight assists on Sunday afternoon against the T-Wolves.
Blake Griffin finished a couple rebounds and assists shy of a triple-double on Sunday afternoon, as he scored 26 points, grabbed eight rebounds, and recorded eight assists. He also was pretty efficient from the floor, making 9-of-16 shots, and from the free throw line, converting 7-of-9 attempts. At this point, he has established himself as a premier fantasy player, and a fringe elite star in terms of the NBA overall. Continue to expect big things out of him going forward due to his immense talent, versatile skillset, and elite point guard to get him the ball. Analysis: Dom Murtha