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Fantasy AnalysisFortune lost his starting spot to Deleon Brown earlier in the week and saw just 14 minutes of action Sunday. He’s averaging just 2.8 points per game over the past five games as his senior season slips away from him. He should continue getting opportunities within the lowly Colorado lineup, but will need to show improvement quickly.
Fantasy AnalysisIt was by far McLaughlin’s worst shooting night this season, as he was easily overwhelmed by the relentless Oregon defense. The freshman guard has been a solid contributor for the Beavers this season, leading the team with 2.6 assists per game, and will try to get back on track Thursday against Stanford.
Fantasy AnalysisThe junior forward continues to be a presence down low for coach Gregg Marshall’s squad, leading the team with 6.2 rebounds per game. His 32 minutes of playing time Saturday ties a career high and is a trend which should continue going forward.
Fantasy AnalysisThe junior forward continues to carry the Buckeyes on the offensive end, leading the team with 14.1 points per game. Tate may not be a dynamic scorer, but he’s the best weapon Ohio State has and should continue seeing opportunities to contribute.
Fantasy AnalysisThe highly-touted freshman has scored just 10 points over his past two games after going for 19 against Ohio State. Nonetheless, Coffey is still a critical part of Minnesota’s lineup and should return back to form as conference play continues. He ranks third among Big Ten freshman in scoring.
Fantasy AnalysisWilliams averaged just 6.4 minutes per game in his freshman year at Auburn before electing to transfer. The Santa Monica, California native returns closer to home with this move, but must sit out one year in accordance with NCAA rules.
Fantasy AnalysisWalker helped the Greyhounds even their Patriot League record at 3-3. He has scored at least 12 points in his last eight games and has averaged 19.8 points against conference foes. The 6-0 junior is hitting 42.7 percent of his 3-pointers.
Fantasy AnalysisEdwards has moved into the go-to scoring role as a sophomore. He is leading the Vikings with 15.8 points and has scored 54 points in his last two games. The 6-4 guard helped Cleveland State snap a four-game losing streak.
Fantasy AnalysisHart's production has dipped as a senior. He averaged 20.3 points last season, but is now providing 17.3 points. He has hit multiple 3-pointers in five straight games, but the Red Foxes have won just twice in their last 11 games.
Fantasy AnalysisFanning has seen his scoring dip a bit from his junior season. He averaged 15.2 points last season and is providing 13.8 through 18 games. The Terriers dropped their first Patriot League game, but Fanning had his second double-double.
Fantasy AnalysisPeters looks intent on winning the Horizon League Player of the Year. Through six conference games, the senior forward is averaging 20.3 points and 12.2 rebounds. He has double-doubles in nine of his last 10 games and was just one rebound shy of the feat Saturday, although he did score 30 during that game against Cleveland State.
Fantasy AnalysisThomas has four straight double-doubles and had a triple-double Saturday in the win over Hartford. The 6-2 guard is a sensational rebounder and has eight double-digit rebounding games. He could well lead the America East Conference in board work.
Fantasy AnalysisPinson was coming off of a 12-point, 10-rebound outing Saturday. He's hit only 5-of-16 from the floor in four games since his return from a broken foot, but he has 23 rebounds, 15 assists and five steals in that stretch while topping 20 minutes in a game just once. His per-minute production is impressive, and his minutes should continue to rise as he gets back into game shape. If your roster can stomach poor shooting and inconsistent scoring, Pinson is going to help you in many ways.
Fantasy AnalysisJones leads the Greyhounds with 15.9 points and 7.1 rebounds, but generally is not an offensive facilitator. The 6-6 redshirt senior puts up defensive numbers as well with 1.7 steals and 1.2 blocks. He helped Loyola snap a two-game losing streak.
Fantasy AnalysisIt was the second double-double of the season for the junior, who has taken his scoring ability to a consistently high level. Jackson has at least 16 points in each of his last six games, going for at least 19 in each of his last four. The Heels have a very favorable schedule over the next two weeks with Boston College, Virginia Tech, Miami and Pitt upcoming, which should lead to plenty of points for Jackson and most of his teammates.