Monday, March 28, 2011

Most Added: March 28

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

  1. Carlos Delfino (20.3 points, 4 three-pointers, 2 steals, 55% FG%, 83.3% FT%): Delfino is one of the hottest players in the NBA right now. He's playing very heavy minutes, including a 43-minute night in Milwaukee's last game. Delfino should be owned in all formats.
  2. Anthony Randolph (19.3 points, 10 rebounds, 56.1% FG%, 80% FT%): Randolph has had a couple of big games since replacing the injured Kevin Love in the starting line up. Randolph is a versatile big man who can help fantasy squads in nearly every category. He appears to be a strong play in all formats for as long as Love is out of the line up.
  3. Jordan Crawford (16.8 points, 1.5 three-pointers, 4.5 rebounds, 6.3 assists, 1.8 steals): With all of the injuries in Washington, Crawford has emerged as a valuable fantasy player. Crawford is starting, playing nearly 40 minutes a night, and contributing in a number of categories. Since the Wizards are clearly out of the playoff hunt, Crawford should continue logging major minutes as the team evaluates its young talent.
  4. Nicolas Batum (16.3 points, 2 three-pointers, 5.3 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 block, 50% FG%, 90% FT%): Like Delfino, Batum has been hot of late. He's doing it all and Portland's shift to a smaller line up has improved Batum's game. Nicolas should be universally owned, so make sure to pick him up if he's a free agent in your league.
  5. Tyreke Evans (8 points, 4.5 assists, 1 steals, 87.5% FT%): Evans recently returned to action and he's trying to find his legs. We expect him to return to form within the next few games and he can be a valuable fantasy addition as the season winds down. Evans was playing very well before he went down with a foot injury. If he can get back to that level soon, he'll give fantasy squads a major boost in every category besides blocks. At his best, Evans is a top 20 fantasy stud so pick him up if he's on the waiver wire.

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