SG/SF Danny Green (San Antonio Spurs): Green has quietly had a solid season when it comes to fantasy production. Rumors have suggested the Clippers are in trade talks to acquire the veteran. If this prospective deal goes through, Green becomes more of a centerpiece in Los Angeles, as they recently traded Blake Griffin. It’s something fantasy owners should keep an eye on.
PF/C Jarrett Allen (Brooklyn Nets): Allen is quickly becoming a reliable big man in Brooklyn. He’s recently taken advantage of opportunity to due injuries, and his name will be more well-known by seasons’ end. Take advantage while you can, as he is already owned by nearly half of all yahoo leagues, and for good reason.
F Marvin Williams (Charlotte Hornets): This news couldn’t come soon enough for Hornets fans as they have been depleted with injuries throughout the season. Frank Kaminsky has been lackluster at best, and other than Dwight Howard, Charlotte’s lack of depth down low has been a critical flaw. Williams is expected to return to the starting lineup after a four game absence, and should add nice depth to your front-court at the least.
C Kyle O’Quinn (New York Knicks): Porzingis is officially out indefinitely with an ACL tear. This leaves a handful of minutes up for grabs. While it should be expected that the available minutes Porzingis has left on the court will likely be split, O’Quinn might be worth at least monitoring over the next week or so.
PF/C Channing Frye (Los Angeles Lakers): There are two interesting questions when it comes to Frye, and his fantasy value. 1. Can he stay healthy? When healthy, Frye expands the defense, as he’s a big man that has perimeter shooting capabilities. 2. What are the Lakers’ rotation plans after being recently acquired from Cleveland? One would think with LA shipping Nance Jr. off, Frye should be a fill-in void for some of those minutes. If Frye can stay healthy, there’s no reason to think he can’t be a viable part of a struggling Lakers team down the stretch.