Jawun Evans- He’s one of my favorite pickups of the night. Evans is averaging 12.5 points, 6.0 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 2.5 steals in his last two starts and it’s unclear how soon Milos Teodosic will be back.
C.J. Williams- He had a monster game with 15 points, three rebounds, two assists, four steals, two blocks and four triples, but his production has been all over the place. Just monitor him in deeper leagues.
John Collins- If somebody drops him after his dud tonight, pick him up because he’s a high-upside stash. I’m confident that he will be unleashed soon.
Dewayne Dedmon- He’s a quality player that will get the job done in two-center leagues as long he gets his 20+ minutes.
John Henson- He’s still widely available in a lot of leagues and the Bucks have three more games this week. They are expected to upgrade their center position at the trade deadline, though.
Domantas Sabonis- He should be owned everywhere, though he did tweak his wrist Monday.
Jarrett Allen- He continues to produce, but he’s more of a stash until the minutes trend up.
Caris LeVert- Despite the bad game, he’s a must-own player in all formats.
Allen Crabbe- He’s worth owning if you need triples and can stomach his horrible FG% and inconsistency.
Ish Smith- He’s probably no longer available in competitive leagues.
Bobby Portis- He had a big game with Mirotic (illness) out, but keep in mind that Mirotic is expected to be traded soon after Jan. 15.
Denzel Valentine- He’s been a lot more consistent lately and is a nice source of 3s, dimes and steals.
Davis Bertans- He had one of the lines of the night with 28 points and six treys, and he’s been much more involved since the new year.
Bogdan Bogdanovic- Not only is he a solid scorer, but he also has 5+ assists in five out of his last six games.
De’Aaron Fox- His floor is obviously a lot higher when he’s the only active PG.
Trey Lyles- He’s been a mid-round fantasy value for the past month.
Jordan Bell- As long as he hangs around 20 minutes, I’ll keep stashing the per-minute monster.