Lou Williams (personal) returned to action on Tuesday vs. the 76ers and scored nine points with one assist, one steal and one 3-pointer in 21minutes.
He missed the past two games due to the death of his grandfather, but he was in good spirits on Tuesday and it was great to see him back in action. His minutes have been floating around the lower 20s lately, so he's better suited for deeper fantasy leagues.
Gerald Henderson scored 20 points on Tuesday vs. the Mavericks with four boards, one assist and two 3-pointers in 24 minutes.
This game has fluke written all over it as this was just the second time that he has scored in double digits this season. He has very little upside and his minutes will be inconsistent, so there's no reason to look his way in most leagues.
Allen Crabbe scored a career-high 18 points in Tuesday's loss to the Mavericks.
He also added three assists, two boards and three 3-pointers, and he even saw 35 minutes of action. Considering how bad Al-Farouq Aminu has been, it's possible that Crabbe has earned some more playing time going forward. It's difficult to predict what the Blazers will do because coach Terry Stotts is pretty sporadic with his rotations, but Crabbe is absolutely on the radar in deeper leagues.
Damian Lillard (illness) scored 25 points with 10 assists, eight boards, one steal and three 3-pointers in Tuesday's overtime loss to the Mavericks.
Lillard was considered questionable to play after he lasted just 17 minutes in Monday's game vs. the Clippers, but he managed to pull himself together and was able to play 41 minutes. The guy has never missed a game in his NBA career and is as tough as they come, so his owners have nothing to worry about moving forward. He will have a day off to rest before Thursday's game vs. the Pacers.
Al-Farouq Aminu failed to score in 18 minutes of action vs. the Mavericks on Tuesday.
Going up against his former team, Aminu looked lost on the offensive end and added just one board, one assist, one steal and one block to his name. He's been awful in his last five games with averages of 5.4 points, 5.8 boards, 1.8 assists and 0.6 blocks on 22.5 percent shooting from the field, so his owners should be prepared to move on if he doesn't turn things around in a hurry.
Meyers Leonard started the second half of Tuesday's game vs. the Mavericks and scored 23 points with seven boards, four 3-pointers, one steal and one assist before fouling out in 32 minutes.
Finally. Leonard has been labeled as a breakout candidate ever since his excellent showing in the 2014-15 playoffs, and he finally showed us another glimpse of his upside tonight. Leonard should be the starter going forward (in place of Noah Vonleh) and he obviously has the green light from deep, so he should be considered a must-own player.
Noah Vonleh was benched at halftime in Tuesday's loss to the Mavericks, finishing with one rebound in six minutes.
The writing has been on the wall for Vonleh for a few games now, but it appears that Meyers Leonard will reclaim his spot in the starting lineup. Vonleh's owners should look for other options.
Wesley Matthews played a season-high 40 minutes against the Blazers on Tuesday with 18 points, five boards, one assist, two steals and three 3-pointers.
It had to feel good to get the win over his former team, but it was really encouraging to see that the Mavs allowed him to play so many minutes on the second night of a back-to-back set. He was a frustrating player to own at the start of the season due to all of his restrictions and his shot was a little off, but he should be much better moving forward. He will get a few days to rest before Friday's game vs. the Rockets.