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Kemba Walker CHA | PG/SG

It looks like the Bobcats might give Walker a chance to start for the rest of the season. He has proven that he can put up big numbers when given the minutes, and I think he can really help fantasy teams during the playoffs. Not only do I like Walker for the rest of the season, but the Bobcats play 5 games next week which is an added bonus. (about 65% owned)

Eric Gordon NO | SG

Gordon was dropped in a good amount of leagues after his injury, but he needs to be owned in all leagues at this point. The Hornets should ask him to go right back into the role he had before his injury, and I expect high point totals. As long as he can stay healthy, he should have a big impact during the fantasy playoffs. (about 75% owned)

Mike Dunleavy MIL | SG/SF

I was amazed to see that Dunleavy is only owned in about half of all fantasy leagues. I know he doesn’t start, but the Bucks have been giving him a lot of minutes and asking him to take a lot of shots. If your team needs help with points and 3 points made, then Dunleavy is your guy. (about 55% owned)

Byron Mullens CHA | C

If you need help in the center position then you need to grab Mullens before it’s too late. The Bobcats play a ton of games down the stretch, and they seem committed to giving Mullens playing time. He played well when he started at the beginning of the year, and we know if given the minutes he will put up solid numbers. (about 20% owned)


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Iman Shumpert NY | PG/SG

Shumpert has been inconsistent, but with Lin out for the rest of the year he should get a ton of minutes. He is going to have some mediocre games, but I think he should be able to put up some big stat lines. The Knicks play 10 games in the last 2 1/2 fantasy weeks, and Shumpert has an opportunity to really help teams fill up the stat sheets. (about 50% owned)

Shannon Brown PHO | SG/SF

With Grant Hill on the shelf this has opened the door for Brown to get more playing time. He has been consistently getting minutes, and scoring in double digits. He doesn’t do much more than score, but he should be a solid source of points and threes. (about 30% owned)

Reggie Williams CHA | SG/SF

The Bobcats are starting to drop like flies, and Williams is one of the only healthy guys left. His production is going to be inconsistent, but he should get plenty of minutes and have some solid games. The Bobcats have a lot of games left this year, so Williams could be a decent pickup in some leagues. (about 10% owned)

Charles Jenkins GS | PG

If the Warriors wanted Nate Robinson to be their starting point guard then I don’t think they would be giving Jenkins so much playing time. It appears that Robinson is healthy but they are still giving the starting gig to Jenkins. He is going to be inconsistent, but he has the potential to fill up the stat sheet, and I like his upside for the rest of the season. (about 20% owned)

Marcus Camby HOU | C

I wasn’t sure how much value Camby would have in Houston, but his numbers have gone up across the board since the trade. He is still struggling to score, but he has been a great source of rebounds and blocks. I doubt he will play more than 25 minutes in most games, but he should put up solid big man numbers for the rest of the season. (about 55% owned)

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Richard Hamilton CHI | SG/SF

Hamilton has struggled to stay healthy this year, but he is back from his latest injury and he could have value down the stretch. The Bulls only play 3 games next week so his value is limited in most leagues, but they do play 6 games in the last week and a half. It doesn’t look like he is back to 100% just yet, but it should only be a matter of time. (about 20% owned)