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Mississippi Microwave Terence Davis ready to cook opponents

Terence Davis

Terence Davis

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Terence Davis (1%): Davis has been money when given meaningful minutes in his career, and while it’s only a small sample size, fantasy managers should take notice. Keegan Murray left Tuesday’s win after only 12 minutes, and Davis finished strong with a game-high 31 points to go with nine rebounds, four assists, three steals and a block. His 10 second-quarter points sparked the 33-14 run that Sacramento closed the half on, and he started the third quarter in place of Murray. The severity of Murray’s injury is yet unknown, but we’re not going to ignore this breakout performance from the Mississippi Microwave. He’s a must-add.

Larry Nance (31%): Nance’s rise to fantasy glory has come gradually to start the season, but the floodgates have been opened over the last three games. In that span, he logged 82 minutes to Jonas Valančiūnas’ 54, and while JV remains the starter, it’s Nance who’s made the biggest frontcourt impact. Over his last two games, Nance has posted 41 points and 16 boards compared to Valanciunas’ 10 points and seven boards. Nance is a top-80 player on the season, and there’s room to grow if he continues to eat into Valanciunas’ workload. Add now, and don’t look back. This is likely the last time Nance will be on your waiver wire.

Immanuel Quickley (20%): Make sure this guy’s not on your waiver wire if you need help in the steals category. Quickley has racked up nine swipes across his last three games, and he’s recorded at least one steal in seven straight while accumulating 15 total in that span. He’s still getting minutes in the low-to-mid 20’s, but if Coach Thibs (or his replacement) finally decides to unleash him, the sky’s the limit.

DeAndre Jordan (1%): Nikola Jokić will be out Wednesday due to health and safety protocols, and Jordan will presumably start in his place. The veteran is averaging 14.6 points, 13.1 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per 36 minutes this season. Not a sexy add but one that should prove useful for the rest of the week.

John Konchar (12%): He’s been a top-100ish guy for most of the season, and with Desmond Bane out of action for at least the next two weeks, Konchar should stick in Memphis’ starting lineup.

Brandon Clarke (56%): He had his best game of the season Tuesday, finishing with 15 points, 13 rebounds, three assists and three blocks across 31 minutes. Steven Adams only played 13 minutes, and whether that was matchup-dependent, a result of foul trouble or Adams’ demotion to the dog house is unclear. For now, BC is worth a look just in case.

Cam Reddish (19%): He went off for 26/3/2 with a block, four steals and two triples Sunday and followed it up with 19 points, a rebound, a block, a steal, an assist and two triples Monday. He’s been a fixture in New York’s starting lineup, and that’s a recipe for fantasy success.

Malik Beasley (53%): He’s posted 80 total points and 21 total threes across his last four games and ranks among the top-10 in made three-pointers per game. He’s still available in nearly half of fantasy leagues.

Trey Murphy III (40%): The man continues to deliver strong percentages and three-pointers and has been a top-75 option for most of the season. Why is he only rostered in 40% of fantasy leagues?

Mo Bamba (33%): He’s been leapfrogged by Bol Bol, but after a slow and disappointing start, Bamba has started to get his groove back. Over his last four contests, Bamba has averaged 12.3 points, 6.5 boards and 1.8 assists while recording a block in each game.

Other names to consider: Dalano Banton (4%), Mason Plumlee (50%), MarJon Beauchamp (4%), Lonnie Walker IV (48%), Jericho Sims (2%)