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The Nuggets would be a strange choice for the veteran since at this stage in his career he would figure to look to join a contender. The Bulls would seem to be a good fit, especially if Pau Gasol moves on. Wherever he ends up, Wade will be a solid contributor wherever he may land.
Mahinmi teamed with Jordan Hill to split time at center, and give the Pacers a nice 1-2 punch at the position. Mahinmi averaged 9.3 points, and 7.1 rebounds in his 25.6 minutes per game. In fantasy, he is a target late in deeper leagues, but made for a nice DFS option as a money saver at center. His fantasy value hinges quite a bit on where he lands in free agency.
Humphries has not been fantasy relevant since the' 11-'12 season, which was the last to see him average double-rebounds in a season, and nothing going into 2016'-17 that seems to change that.
Cabrera's diagnosis was officially a sprain after leaving Tuesday's game. With a line of .294/.344/.462, Cabrera has been a decent option for deeper league owners, and DFS players in the right matchups.
Davidson plays third base by trade, and with Todd Frazier there, it does not give him much opportunity anyway. He does not offer fantasy owners much.
The Knicks seem to be adding pieces to make a run in the Eastern Conference next season. Lee was a better player in real life than in fantasy with averages of 9.6 points and 2.6 rebounds last season.
Coming off of yet another solid season with averages of 16.5 points, 11 rebounds and 2 blocks at age 35, Gasol seems to be an under the radar free agent, but could be a nice veteran addition with any team. Even though he will be 36 in a few days, he is not showing any signs of a major drop off for fantasy owners.
Blanco is starting in place of late scratch Denard Span. Blanco is slashing .250/.333/.343 on the year, but could be a nice start in daily against Shelby Miller.