Monday, February 21, 2011

Most Added: February 21

These are the five most added players over the last week. Stats listed below are from the last 7 days.

  1. Shawn Marion (13.3 points, 7.7 rebounds, 55.6% FG%): Marion's putting up some decent numbers lately, though this is the best we can expect out of him. With so much talent in Dallas, it'll take more injuries for Marion to carve out a bigger role. With that said, he's still done enough to be in the top 100 of our player ratings and is worth a roster spot in standard leagues.
  2. John Salmons (19 points, 1 three-pointer, 5.3 assists, 85.7% FT%): Salmons looks to have finally found his groove since returning from injury at the beginning of the month. He's scored in double figures in five of Milwaukee's last six games, including the 33 he dropped against Denver before the All Star break. Salmons is known for flourishing in the second half of the season and he's a player we'd strongly consider picking up if he's available.
  3. Ramon Sessions (19.3 points, 6.3 assists, 56.7% FG%, 88.5% FT%): Sessions is one of the hottest players in the NBA right now and also finds himself as one of the most added for another week. We're still worried about his long term value if Mo Williams is healthy, but you have to at least make him a speculative addition while he's playing so well.
  4. Carlos Delfino (16.3 points, 2.5 three-pointers, 2 steals, 84.6% FT%): Delfino upped his production in Milwaukee's last three games and fantasy owners have jumped all over him. With such a crowded situation at the wing positions, though, it'll be difficult for Delfino to contribute consistently. For this reason we consider him just borderline rosterable in standard leagues unless he can play 30+ minutes on a regular basis.
  5. Chris Kaman (4 points, 6 rebounds, 3 blocks, 50% FG%): Kaman has been a hot add since returning from injury. Kaman can be a good source of rebounds and blocks when healthy, but our only concern is how much Blake Griffin's emergence will hurt his numbers. Either way, Kaman is a must own for anyone needing help at center.

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