It's too early to tell if Felton will gobble up the majority of D.J. Augustin's minutes (while Augustin is trapped in Larry Brown's doghouse), but his 11 points/5 assists/1.1 steals since Nov. 1 should command your attention. Also, Felton has a 4-pack of games this week (Magic, Sixers, Bucks, Pacers).
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Start 'Em: Dahntay Jones (SG, Pacers)
A defensive "stopper" averaging 18.4 points/4.8 rebounds/1.4 blocks in November ... how is it possible the entire fantasy universe hasn't scooped him up for the season? Especially when Jones has a 4-pack of games (Nets, Knicks, Cavs, Bobcats).
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Start 'Em: Matt Barnes (SF, Magic)
As sneaky-good as Barnes is (say that three times fast), just wait until his 3-pointers/game average starts rising in December. In the meantime, we'll take his 11.5 points/8.1 rebounds and 4-pack for Week 4.
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Start 'Em: Anthony Randolph (PF, Warriors)
In three short weeks, Randolph has gone from underrated to overrated and back to underrated. In other words, better grab him before he blows up ... or becomes overrated again.
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Start 'Em: Emeka Okafor (C, Hornets)
There are no illusions about what Okafor brings to the fantasy table. If you're looking for a low double-double in points/boards and almost 2 blocks every night -- he's your man. If you're seeking assists and a strong FT percentage, it's best to keep shopping.
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Sit 'Em: Ramon Sessions (PG, Timberwolves)
Now we know why the Bucks were in no hurry to re-sign Sessions to a lucrative deal -- they had Brandon Jennings waiting in the wings.
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Sit 'Em: DeShawn Stevenson (SG, Wizards)
In terms of real-world production, Stevenson has absolutely no value when he's not scoring or shooting a high percentage from 3-point range. And as luck would have it, that's his current M.O.
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Sit 'Em: Corey Brewer (SF, Timberwolves)
On some nights, Brewer looks like a keeper -- even during 2-game blocks like Week 4. On others, he resembles a player who may score 12 points and disappear in every other category.
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Sit 'Em: Yi Jianlian (PF, Nets)
Don't be lured by New Jersey's glaring lack of playmakers ... or that Yi could return from injury at any time. Just stay away, period.
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Sit 'Em: Nenad Krstic (C, Thunder)
We realize the center market is typically shallow, especially in 12- to 14-team leagues. But fantasy owners should still expect more than 4.7 rebounds from a guy who's averaging 24.1 minutes in November.
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