Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Most Dropped: March 16

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

  1. Ramon Sessions (7 points, 5.5 assists, 1 steal): Since the Cavaliers added Baron Davis, Sessions' shooting has cooled off. While he's not putting up huge scoring nights, he's still remained a solid contributor in a few categories. We still recommend hanging onto him while Davis is out. Once Baron returns, fantasy owners will have to evaluate whether Sessions produces enough to keep on their roster.
  2. Amir Johnson (2 points, 2 blocks): Johnson has missed Toronto's last two games and we're now seeing Ed Davis and Reggie Evans play heavy minutes in his place. Fantasy owners should be patient with Johnson as he's had a great season thus far. Once Amir gets back on the court, we'll have to see how the minutes shake out between the three Raptor power forwards before deciding if Johnson is still worth having on your squad.
  3. Channing Frye (Has not played due to injury): Frye finds himself on this list for another week as he deals with a shoulder injury. The latest word is that Frye is already back shooting jumpers, so he appears to be ahead of schedule on his recovery. Frye is a player fantasy owners should have on their radar. He's had a great year and will be a valuable addition down the stretch when he's back on the court.
  4. Arron Afflalo (Has not played due to injury): Much like Frye, Afflalo finds himself on this list once again due to injury. Arron, though, could return as early as tonight. Fantasy owners in need of help in points, three-pointers, or the percentages shouldn't hesitate to add him.
  5. Carlos Delfino (8 points, 1 three-pointer, 1.8 steals, 100% FT%): Delfino's numbers have been inconsistent of late, but he's remain a player to count on for all-around production. He remains worthy of a roster spot while he's starting and seeing over 30 minutes a night. Delfino's a player that should be on more fantasy rosters.

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