Taurean Prince and John Collins- No-brainer adds, even in shallow leagues.
Nemanja Bjelica- If you picked him up as Jimmy Butler insurance, he’s been everything you could’ve hoped for and more. What a beast.
Wilson Chandler- Even with Paul Millsap healthy, Chandler has locked himself into big minutes with his strongest stretch of the season.
Caris LeVert- March has been his best month of the season and he’s getting the job done in several different categories including points (14.3), assists (5.0), steals (1.7) and triples (1.5).
Jae Crowder- Starting to look like the Crowder we saw in Boston.
Michael Beasley- Looks like he found his confidence again after a rough stretch right after the All-Star break.
David Nwaba- Every time he starts I want him in my fantasy lineups. Bulls will be a mess, though.
Yogi Ferrell- Not a sexy fantasy asset, but minutes are safe with Wes Matthews out for the year.
Jakob Poeltl- Has blocked at least three shots in six out of his last 11 games.
E’Twaun Moore- Finally a good game from him and the Pelicans have a great schedule over the next 10 days with seven more games.
Kyle Korver- Had a monster night with 22 points and five triples, but it sounds like Rodney Hood will return on Thursday.
Nerlens Noel- Not a great game from him, but he played 20 minutes compared to nine for Dwight Powell.
Jonathan Isaac- Quiet night for the entire Magic roster, but they play two more times on Wednesday and Friday and Isaac has been solid as a defensive specialist.
Jerami Grant- He erupted for 20 points, five boards, one assist, two steals, two blocks and two triples and would be a great streamer if Paul George misses time with his groin injury.
Jeff Green- He will have some streaming appeal if Larry Nance (hamstring) misses time.
Cameron Payne- He’s quietly been very good and the Bulls want to play all their young guys as much as possible.
Frank Kaminsky- Hornets continue to slide out of the playoff race and Marvin Williams has been terrible for most of the season.
C.J. Miles- He’s a one-trick pony, but OG Anunoby (ankle) is still out and Miles is averaging 3.2 triples per game in March.
Emeka Okafor- Stepped up against Dwight Howard, but he usually won’t play this much (26 minutes).
Luke Kennard- He had his best game as a pro with 18 points, five rebounds, two assists, one steal and one triple, but Reggie Bullock (back) is day-to-day, the Pistons only play two more times this week and Kennard has been underwhelming for most of the season. I need to see him do it again.
Isaiah Taylor- If the Hawks are shady with Dennis Schroder down the stretch like they did with Kent Bazemore, then Taylor could have some nice value.
Ante Zizic- Could be interesting in deeper leagues if Larry Nance’s injury is more serious than originally thought.