Monday, March 21, 2011

Most Added: March 21

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

  1. Tyler Hansbrough (20.8 points, 7.8 rebounds, 1.3 steals, 54% FG%): Psycho-T is the most added player in fantasy basketball for the second consecutive week as he continues putting up big numbers in points and rebounds. He has emerged as must own in all formats as he's taken his game to another level in recent weeks.
  2. C.J. Miles (26 points, 3 three-pointers, 4.7 rebounds, 56.4% FG%): Miles has become a hot add since dropping a career-high 40 points this past week as well as moving into the starting line up. Like Hansbrough, Miles is looking like a strong player to add for the stretch run as he's playing heavy minutes and contributing across a few categories.
  3. Toney Douglas (18.3 points, 4.5 three-pointers, 6.8 assists, 50% FG%, 100% FT%): Although Douglas is a reserve, he still manages to see nearly 30 minutes a game and he's another player that can contribute in almost every category. Douglas is very streaky, though, as he can have a big night and then follow it up with a terrible performance. He's playing well of late, so he should be on your fantasy radar.
  4. Ty Lawson (14.3 points, 1 three-pointer, 7 assists, 2 steals): Lawson has really come into his own since taking over starting point guard duties for the Nuggets. He's a great all-around talent who's going to see even more minutes in the short term while his back up, Raymond Felton, is dealing with an ankle injury. Lawson is a must own in all formats and should be added immediately in any league where he's a free agent.
  5. Channing Frye (18 points, 4 three-pointers, 6.5 rebounds, 100% FT%): Frye returned earlier than expected from a shoulder injury and picked up right where he had left off. He's back hitting three-pointers and grabbing rebounds. Frye continues to hover around the top 50 of our player ratings and is another player that should be universally owned. Snatch him up while you can.

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