Billy Hamilton went 2-for-5 with one RBI, three runs scored and a stolen base in the Reds 7-3 victory on Saturday.
It was a nice day of setting the table for Hamilton who has now hit safely in five of his last six games and is batting .273 on the year. The .301 OBP, of course, leaves little to be desired. Hamilton's 43 stolen bases this season have been great for fantasy owners, but let's face it, he's nowhere near the pace for the 75 stolen bases most of those who drafted him were expecting. If you were able to draft him late, then you got a nice value, but if you reached for him like many did , say in the fifth, then you're just not getting what you should be. Especially when you could have had Dee Gordon a dozen rounds later. ANALYST: Howard Bender
Wesley Johnson will start for the Clippers on Monday.
With Paul Pierce resting on Monday, Wesley Johnson will draw his sixth start of the season. After being taken with the fourth pick of the 2010 draft, Johnson simply hasn't panned out. That being said, he's a very reliable rotation player and will most likely give the Clippers solid minutes on Monday. Analysis: James Grande
James Anderson will start for injured Rudy Gay on Monday.
There is now conflicting reports as to what the Kings will be doing on Monday. There was a report coming out that Gay will give it a go on Monday, but now a different report has Anderson starting for Gay. Either way, neither is a very reliable fantasy play. If Gay plays, it's likely a limited role. Same with Anderson. Marco Belinelli and Omri Casspi are the two Kings wings worth touting in DFS. Analysis: James Grande