Games This Week
Games Per Day
Mon - 7 games
Tue - 6 games
Wed - 10 games
Thu - 6 games
Fri - 9 games
Sat - 9 games
Sun - 4 games
Mon/Tue - CHA, UTA
Tue/Wed - DET, LAL, SAS
Wed/Thu - DAL, MEM, MIA
Thu/Fri -CLE, LAC, HOU, ORL,
Fri/Sat -ATL, BOS, CHI, DEN, LAL, MIN, PHI, TOR,
Sat/Sun - None
Take note that no teams play a back-to-back for Saturday/Sunday so plan your acquisitions accordingly. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday play 10, 9 and 9 games respectively, while Sunday has the fewest with only 4 games so there will definitely be a limited pool of players to choose from on Sunday.
Glenn Robinsons III 7% ownership
The Pacers only have 2 games this week on Wednesday and Sunday, but Robinson has not disappointed in his last 2 games with Paul George out. Scoring 37 points on 89% shooting, adding 5 threes and 12 rebounds. That shooting percentage is wild and unlikely to continue, but he should still be an efficient scoring option for streamers this week.
Jerryd Bayless 26% ownership or Sergio Rodriguez 24% ownership
The key here is the severity of Bayless' recurring wrist injury. After playing just 2 games recently it began swelling, and the Sixers are likely to play it safe for the old vet. Bayless is worth owning for some consistent but mediocre threes, steals and points - but if he should hit the shelf Rodrioguez is a standard-league assist-specialist. The Sixers have only said that Bayless is day-to-day for now, but it's something to pay attention to on the injury reports,
Mike Muscalas 17% ownership
Even if Dwight Howard doesn't sit out one night of the B2B on Friday/Saturday, he should still have some kind of a minutes cap for one of them allowing Muscala to pull down more per-minute stats. He may not be an exciting option, but he almost always returns which is more than can be said about a lot of streamers.
Nik Stauskus 14% ownership
He is finally establishing relevancy in standard leagues, and is arguably worth owning should you need the threes and sporadic points on what remains a stellar 51% from the field on the season. At the very least the percentages should come down, and Philadelphia is anything but a consistent rotation with multiple injured players still poised to return, but his value is worth knowing in standards so long as it continues,
Larry Nance Jr. 27% ownership
After dealing with some nagging injury, Nance looks solid again in his last 2 and should keep pace. Julius Randle remains questionable for Tuesday, but shouldn't be dealing with anything too serious, so pay attention to the injury report if your relying on big minutes from him. He is also usually consistent, and can pull down a double-double depending on the matchup.