1. Stephen Curry (GSW-4 Games)-Unquestionably the top guard in the game today and with a 4 game week, nobody rivals what he brings to the table
  2. Chris Paul (LAC-4 Games)-Paul continues to be the backbone of the Clippers, especially on offense and has been playing nearly 38 minutes per game over the last two weeks.
  3. Russell Westbrook (OKC-3 Games)- Westbrook is making a strong case why he should be in the MVP discussion, especially with current NBA MVP plagued with injuries.
  4. Eric Bledsoe (PHX-4 Games)-Bledsoe has established himself further since the Suns made their deadline trades and has been a prolific scorer from inside and out.  
  5. Mike Conley (MEM-4 Games)-Slowly but surely shooting better since the All-Star break and has been a monster on defense as you get expect 1-2 steals from him every game.
  6. Ricky Rubio (MIN-4 Games): He has elevated his shooting percentage and can always be relied on to provide assists.
  7. Ty Lawson (DEN-4 Games): Lawson has dished 8.3 assists per game over the last two weeks and has put himself in the position to pass more and rely less on his shot.
  8. Isaiah Thomas: (BOS-4 Games): Thomas is a shoot-first point guard who is very good at reading screens and giving himself open shot opportunities.
  9. Kyrie Irving (CLE-3 Games): Irving is over his injuries and you can see he is driving to the basket better and turning the ball over less than LeBron James.
  10. Jon Wall (WSH-3 Games)-The Wizards most consistent all around fantasy option.
  11. Damian Lillard (POR-3 Games): With Wes Matthews out for the rest of the season, Lillard will need to take more of a scoring role on this team down the stretch.
  12. Jeff Teague: (ATL-4 Games): Teague is once again healthy and will contribute a lot on the scoring front in a favorable four game stretch with some of the weaker Western Conference teams.
  13. Mo Williams (CHA-3 Games): Williams is always able to take full advantage when given extra playing time and has scored 22 points and dished 8.5 assists per game over the last two weeks.
  14. Deron Williams (BKN-3 Games): He is healthy and has been shooting a lot more from downtown and is able to speed up the game at any given point.
  15. Reggie Jackson (DET-4 Games): Jackson has dished 8.3 assists and grabbed 2 steals per game over the last week and can score as well.
  16. Jeremy Lin (LAL-3 Games): Has “Linsanity” returned? His 15 ppg, 6 assists per game and 2 steals per game over the last two weeks have hinted that he might have finally found his flow.
  17. Kyle Lowry (TOR-3 Games): Always a reliable shooter who is known to speed up the offense at any given point.
  18. Jarrett Jack (BKN-3 Games): When in the air, he can absolutely create and is very good at drawing contact.
  19. Goran Dragic (MIA-3 Games): With Miami vying for a playoff spot, they NEED Dragic out there with the heavy amount of injuries that they are currently facing. He is having back issues.
  20. George Hill (IND-3 Games): In 30 minutes of playing time per game over the last few weeks, Hill has become more of a scoring threat and has dished over 6 assists per game.



  1. James Harden (HOU-3 Games):  Harden is definitely playing at his best right now and contributing triple-doubles.
  2. Victor Oladipo (ORL-4 Games): Oladipo has scored over 23 points per game over the last two weeks to go along with 5 rebounds and 6 assists per game and has shown a ton of growth this season.
  3. Klay Thompson (GSW-4 Games): The other half of the best backcourt in basketball is no slouch on the scoring front and is heavily relied on night in and night out.
  4. Brandon Knight (PHX-4 Games): Knight continues to play both on and off the ball and not only has a silky stroke from downtown, but can also beat you on the baseline and is not afraid to take it to the rack.
  5. DeMar DeRozan (TOR-3 Games): Always reliable scorer for the Raptors who has tremendous reach when he jumps and is aggressive inside.  
  6. Kyle Korver (ATL-4 Games):  Korver continues proving to people why he deserved to be named to the All-Star team and the only question that remains is whether he is a more dominant shooter beyond the arc or just inside it.
  7. Kevin Martin (MIN-4 Games):  Kevin Martin has an unorthodox shooting stroke, but is rarely blocked and Minnesota relies on him to help set up the plays inside as well.
  8. J.J. Redick (LAC-4 Games): Redick has come up huge with Jamal Crawford a bit banged up and has utilized his floater inside which has definitely fooled some of the more disciplined defensive teams in the league and is very dangerous from the outside.
  9. Eric Gordon (NO-3 Games): Gordon has been coming up big with Jrue Holiday out and has recently shown he is more than just a shooter and can create inside as well.  
  10. Gordon Hayward (UTAH-3 Games): He is the Jazz top shooter and is also very good at transitioning on defense and that will keep him in the game longer down the stretch.
  11. Arron Afflalo (POR-3 Games): Afflalo will get his chance to prove to everyone that he can stick with a team as Wes Matthews is out for the rest of the year. More playing time and shot opportunities are coming his way.
  12. Dwayne Wade (MIA-3 Games): New week, same story! Always have to watch for those hammy injuries but Miami is in need of him because of the rest of their guards being hurt.
  13. Nicolas Batum (POR-3 Games):  Just like Afflalo, Batum will get a ton more shot opportunities, especially from downtown.
  14. Trevor Ariza (HOU-3 Games): Ariza is a big shooting threat from the outside, but, he is even a bigger threat on defense. He has two steals per game on average this season.
  15. Monta Ellis (DAL-2 Games): The fact that the Mavericks have just two games definitely brings his value down, but he can most certainly be relied on for scoring and assists.
  16. Rodney Stuckey (IND-3 Games): Stuckey has scored 16 points per game over the last two weeks and has even contributed by grabbing 5 rebounds per game over that time.
  17. Joe Johnson (BKN-3 Games): Always seems to be open on the wing. I think teams forget that he knows how to knock down a jumper defended or not.
  18. Danny Green (SAS-3 Games): Green continues to improve as the season continues. Each game he has shown more aggressiveness and his mid-range game is dangerous.
  19. Lou Williams (TOR-3 Games): Williams is a fantastic creator on offense and has a very consistent lead pass to his big men inside which helps on the assist front.
  20. J.R. Smith (CLE-3 Games): Smith is a good change of pace player who can also knock down the open three and has delivered since being traded from the Knicks.



  1. LeBron James (CLE-3 Games): James has been turnover-prone as of late, but is still one of the top reliable players when it comes to production in all other categories.
  2. Rudy Gay (SAC-4 Games): Gay will have every opportunity to produce in this lineup and can still play 40 plus minutes a night.
  3. Giannis Antetokoumpo (MIL-4 Games):  Just as effective on offense as he is on defense and has great leaping ability.
  4. P.J. Tucker (PHX-4 Games): Tucker has scored 14 points, grabbed over 8 rebounds and 2 steals per game over the last couple of weeks while shooting 50 percent from the field.
  5. Khris Middleton (MIL-4 Games): Middleton is a hard player to guard because of his shooting range. His improved aggressiveness has opened up new doors and has filled in for Larry Sanders (now off the team) very well.  
  6. Andrew Wiggins (MIN-4 Games): Wiggins gets better everyday and has the best chance to win Rookie of the Year at this point and thrives in both heavy-pass and isolation situations.
  7. Kawhi Leonard (SAS-3 Games): You know you can count on Leonard to not take rest breaks and has been one of the most dominant guard-forwards over the last few weeks. Over his last few games, Leonard has scored 22 points and grabbed over 2 steals per game.  
  8. Danilo Gallinari (DEN-4 Games): More games leads to more chances for Gallinari to burn teams from the outside. He reads off the curl and hits a lot of mid-range jumpers.  
  9. Tobias Harris (ORL-4 Games): Despite having a sore knee, Harris has been very productive and can be relied on for points, rebounds and steals.
  10. DeMarre Carroll (ATL-4 Games): Carroll will score in double figures on offense but it is his defense that keeps him in games.
  11. Luol Deng (MIA-3 Games): As Miami’s lone healthy scoring option (and that’s saying a lot considering he has health issues of his own), he will be getting a ton of shot opportunities over the next few weeks.
  12. Tyreke Evans (NO-3 Games): Evans is a healthy player on an un-healthy team and will be relied on for perimeter defense and for long-range shooting.
  13. C.J. Miles (IND-3 Games): Shooting 44 percent over the last two weeks including hitting over 2 three-pointers per game.
  14. Evan Turner (BOS-4 Games): With Boston’s big ailing, the swingmen will need to be relied on for scoring and Turner is frequently left open on the wing.
  15. Jae Crowder (BOS-4 Games): Crowder is finally finding his place in the Celtics rotation and his seven rebounds and one steal per game over the last few weeks has given him longevity in games.
  16. Paul Pierce (WSH-3 Games): With Bradley Beal in and out of the lineup due to health issues, Pierce has shot 51 percent from the field over the last few weeks including making nearly 3 three-pointers per game.
  17. Ersan Ilyasova (MIL-4 Games): Ilyasova is a scoring threat inside and out and has been a major help on defense grabbing seven rebounds per game over the last two weeks.
  18. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (CHA-3 Games): MKG has four double-doubles in his last six games and his tremendous perimeter defense has allowed him to contribute in steals and blocks.
  19. Thad Young (BKN-3 Games): Young is still learning the ropes in Brooklyn but has shown tremendous promise shooting 53 percent from the field over the last week and has grabbed 1.5 steals per game.
  20. Gerald Henderson (CHA-3 Games): Henderson is a solid wing player who is needed on this team with Kemba Walker ailing and has scored 13 points and grabbed 4 rebounds over the last two weeks.



  1. Pau Gasol (CHI-4 Games): The Bulls frontcourt has been dominant and Gasol’s big post presence is a big reason why.
  2. Draymond Green (GSW-4 Games): Green continues to impress during his contract year and is disciplined at both ends of the floor and has shown a ton of quickness on the floor.
  3. Anthony Davis (NO-3 Games): HE’S BACK! As long as Davis plays, he is a double-double machine and does not even need to play a ton of time in order to succeed.
  4. Greg Monroe (DET-4 Games): Monroe has scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds a game over the last two weeks. Enough said.
  5. Nikola Mirotic (CHI-4 Games): Total volume scorer from inside and out and has scored 22 points and grabbed 8 rebounds over his last few games.
  6. Markieff Morris (PHX-4 Games): Morris has been a major scoring contributor on the Suns and has shown that he can play off the low block and the elbow.
  7. Nerlens Noel (PHI-3 Games): A big fan of PF-C who start from the top of the key and work their way inside because of the pick and roll factor. Noel can be relied on for points, rebounds and blocks.
  8. Paul Millsap (ATL-4 Games): Milsap has scored 18 points and grabbed 9 rebounds over the last two weeks and is not afraid to shoot at the free-throw line.
  9. Serge Ibaka (OKC-3 Games): Forget the fact that he has scored 16 points and grabbed 8 rebounds over the last 2 weeks. The guy has blocked 3.5 shots per game during that time period.
  10. Zach Randolph (MEM-4 Games): Randolph is coming off an incredible week in which he grabbed over 10 rebounds per game and shot 57 percent from the field.
  11. Kevin Love (CLE-3 Games): Love is a prolific scorer who can burn you from inside and out. He has hit over 3 three-pointers per game over the last two weeks.   
  12. Derrick Favors (UTAH-3 Games): Favors has grabbed nine rebounds per game over the last two weeks and has swatted two blocks per game. He has also shot 56 percent from the field over the last 2 weeks.
  13. LaMarcus Aldridge (POR-3 Games): Aldridge has been settling more for his outside jumper and can always be relied on for points, rebounds and blocks.
  14. Kenneth Faried (DEN-4 Games): He is an animal on the glass and has four double-doubles in his last five games.
  15. Tim Duncan (SAS-3 Games): Old reliable! (Literally)
  16. Dirk Nowitzki (DAL-2 Games):  Not saying that he can’t be productive in two games, but it is one of those rare weeks and he does not have as much scoring potential.
  17. Ed Davis (LAL-3 Games):  The rebounding numbers continue to shine and has shot over 80 percent from the field over the last week.
  18. David West (IND-3 Games): West has shot 56 percent from the field over the last week and has blocked over a shot per game.
  19. Josh Smith (HOU-3 Games): Smith has been surprisingly productive on defense and that has resulted in rebounds and steals.
  20. John Henson (MIL-4 Games): If Jason Kidd does right by Henson and plays him more at Power Forward and stops trying to transform him into an NBA Center, he will be more productive overall.



  1. DeMarcus Cousins (SAC-4 Games): He is the driving force on the Kings and is never afraid to bring the ball up himself. He is one of the hardest players to defend.
  2. Joakim Noah (CHI-4 Games): Noah can absolutely be relied on for double-doubles and he has made tremendous strides on the assist front as well. He has dished eight assists or more in four of his last six games.
  3. DeAndre Jordan (LAC-4 Games): Jordan is not only one of the most dominant Centers in the game, but he is starting to show improvement from the free-throw line.
  4. Marc Gasol (MEM-4 Games): Gasol has shot 53 percent from the field and grabbed 1.8 blocks per game over the last two weeks.
  5. Hassan Whiteside (MIA-3 Games): The Heat have a ton of injuries (including his own ankle injury) but has had multiple 20 plus rebound games over the last few weeks.
  6. Andre Drummond (DET-4 Games): Drummond has scored 15 points and grabbed 15 rebounds per game over the last two weeks and that includes 2.5 blocks per game during that time period.
  7. Nikola Vucevic (ORL-4 Games): He has been more of a scorer than rebounder over the last few weeks, but is very aggressive and can be relied on as long as he is playing.
  8. Al Horford (ATL-4 Games): Horford has shot 56 percent from the field over the last two weeks and has grabbed 9 rebounds per game.
  9. Rudy Gobert (UTAH-3 Games): Gobert has thrived since Enes Kanter got traded and has 15 or more rebounds in each of his last 3 games.
  10. Marcin Gortat (WSH-3 Games): Gortat has averaged 14 points and nearly 14 rebounds over the last two weeks and has been shooting 60 percent from the field. His playing time is protected (at least for this week).
  11. Andrea Bargnani (NYK-5 Games): Bargnani is finally healthy and has been playing great for the Knicks over the last few weeks. He causes matchup issues and has five chances to prove his value this week.
  12. Brook Lopez (BKN-3 Games): It will always be strange that a seven foot plus Center is being relied on more for scoring than rebounding but Lopez does shoot close to 50 percent from the field and takes deep shots.
  13. Jonas Valanciunas (TOR-3 Games): It is either a big scoring night OR a big rebounding night, but needless to say he produces and has multiple multi-block games this month.
  14. Gorgui Dieng (MIN-4 Games): With Nikola Pekovic hurt, Dieng will be expected to take the bulk of the playing time down low and can be relied on for consistency in scoring and rebounding.
  15. Tyson Chandler (DAL-2 Games): The two games this week takes down his value, but he can absolutely be relied on for 10 points and 10 rebounds per game.
  16. Al Jefferson (CHA-3 Games): Always a down low threat and has three double-doubles in his last four games.
  17. Timofey Mozgov (CLE-3 Games): He has not been playing as well but is definitely a volume scorer and rebounder.
  18. Channing Frye (ORL-4 Games): Frye has been a major help with blocks and has recently shown his shooting range from downtown. With Vucevic not 100 percent healthy, Frye’s scoring will be relied on more.
  19. Nikola Pekovic (MIN-4 Games): He has been hampered by an ankle injury but when he plays, he produces and the Wolves are in need of his production, especially with steals.
  20. Alex Len (PHX-4 Games): Coming off of a rough week but still has shown that he has double-double potential.