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There were nine games on Sunday, most of which started before the standard 7pm ET start. The first game tipped off at 3pm, four more started at 6pm, and the last one started at 8pm and featured two of the league's brightest stars. Stephen Curry and the Warriors started the day off by dropping 137 points on the Timberwolves, and Giannis Antetokounmpo wrapped up the evening with a win over Luka Dončić and the Mavericks. Ja Morant recorded a triple-double in a win over the Knicks, Ivica Zubac fell one rebound shy of recording a 30/30, Jaylen Brown scored 37 points with Jayson Tatum sidelined and the 76ers blew Orlando out of the water. It was an exciting day of basketball, as always, so here are the players that aren't rostered in as many leagues as they should be.
Caleb Martin- 36% rostered in Yahoo! leagues
Martin scored 20 points for the third straight game during their win over Atlanta on Sunday. He put up a line of 20/9/4/2/1 with two triples. During this three game stretch he has provided TOP TEN value. Miami is facing a mountain of injuries, so he'll continue to play big minutes and produce at a high level.
Danuel House- 1%
House started the second half of Sunday's win after P.J. Tucker exited early with an ankle injury. House finished with 19 points, two rebounds and two assists. If Tucker remains out for their matchup with Atlanta on Monday, House should be worth a look.
Paul Reed- 14%
With Joel Embiid out, Montrezl Harrell has been the starter, but Paul Reed played 30 minutes to Harrell's 18 in this game. Reed shined with a line of 12/13/3/1/2 in this game and made all six of his shot attempts. As long as Embiid remains out, Reed SHOULD be a solid option. However, with Doc Rivers as the coach, there's a chance Reed doesn't get a chance to build off this performance.
T.J. McConnell- 10%
With Andrew Nembhard sidelined again, McConnell finished with 14 points, five assists and two steals off the bench. He has provided fifth round value over the past week as the primary backup point guard. As long as Nembhard is sidelined, McConnell should be rostered.
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Seth Curry- 27%
Curry had a stretch of games where he struggled with his shot, but he has posted top-50 numbers over the past week, largely due to his 13 triples that he has hit over his last three games. He'll play big minutes for Brooklyn if his shot is going in like this.
Killian Hayes- 41%
With Jaden Ivey and Cade Cunningham sidelined, Hayes has been running the offense and doing an excellent job. In the two games without Ivey, Hayes has produced top-40 value and contributed 16 points and eight assists in this game. As long as Ivey is out, Hayes should be rostered more.
Cam Reddish- 11%
Reddish returned from a three game absence due to groin soreness and contributed 11 points, two assists and a steal. Quentin Grimes got the start but only played two more minutes than Reddish and only scored five points. Immanuel Quickley also exited this game early due to some knee soreness, but they won't know the extent of the injury until they do tests on Monday. If IQ is sidelined, Reddish should be valuable whether he starts or comes off the bench. He has provided top-100 value over the past two weeks.
Moritz Wagner- less than 1%
Mo Bamba had been starting in place of the injured Wendell Carter Jr., but he exited their game on Sunday early. Wagner started the second half in his place and finished with 12 points, six rebounds and four assists. If Bamba and WCJ are out again, Wagner should start and be a solid streaming option in Brooklyn on Monday.