Dion Waiters missing his fifth consecutive game Tuesday night against the Lakers probably will not infuriate many owners.
But infuriate? Not unless you have Amir Johnson-like rage issues.
For a player that was drafted 111th overall in average ESPN leagues, Waiters was doing some things well before spraining his ankle. His 15.2 points per game are respectable. His 1.9 three-pointers made per game give him value. But in other ways, Waiters was a category killer in his first 17 career games.
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