Monday, January 31, 2011

Most Added: January 25-31

  1. Ryan Anderson (10.8 points, 2.1 three-pointers, 4.9 rebounds, 80.7% FT%): Anderson tops this list for the second consecutive week. He's continued to play very well, with last night's 23-point, 16-rebound performance the latest in a string of solid games. Anderson is worth an add in all formats, though now he's available in just a handful of leagues.
  2. Marcin Gortat (6.7 points, 6 rebounds, 1 block, 56.8% FG%): Gortat is really starting to heat up and he's putting together the best games of his career. He has five double-doubles in his last seven games and, amazingly, he's putting up those numbers in just 25 minutes a game.. This is the type of production we expected from Marcin when Phoenix acquired him and any team needing a big man should grab him quickly. He's available in about two-thirds of leagues.
  3. Tracy McGrady (7.4 points, 3.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists): With his move into the starting line up, McGrady became a must add in standard formats. On most nights, T-Mac is flirting with a triple-double, which makes him a great addition to any fantasy squad. We're still worried that he may sustain an injury, but you can easily drop him should he get hurt. He's unowned in about two-thirds of leagues.
  4. Carlos Delfino (12.2 points, 2.2 three-pointers, 1.3 steals): After missing much of the season, Delfino finally returned and he's starting to put together some strong performances. Carlos is averaging 17 points in his last three games, which has caused fantasy owners to quickly add him. In addition to the scoring, he's hitting shots from downtown and giving team managers production across the board. Delfino is a must own and he's available in about two-thirds of leagues.
  5. Anthony Morrow (12.6 points, 1.8 three-pointers, 90.9% FT%): Like Delfino, Morrow has recently returned from injury and he's putting together some solid outings. Morrow, though, is mainly a contributor in points and three-pointers. Teams in need of an additional scorer should give Morrow a look. He's available in about two-thirds of leagues.

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