While a number of players have broken out into Fantasy relevance early on, we'll instead focus on those who could eventually join that group, whether it be later this season or sometime beyond. The list below encompasses a wide range of players, some of whom have been limited due to injury and others who simply haven't found their way into a consistent rotation spot.
What they all have in common, though, is the potential for useful Fantasy production down the road.
Markelle Fultz, 76ers
Fultz's professional career is off to about as uninspiring a start as possible, and he hasn't played in an NBA game in more than a calendar month. That said, plenty of intrigue remains, and the Sixers expect to get the No. 1 pick back within the next few weeks. Owners who drafted Fultz in the middle rounds hoping to land a starting guard have been sorely disappointed, but it's important to remember that Fultz was the near-consensus No. 1 pick in a loaded draft, which speaks to just how highly he was – and still should be – regarded as a prospect.
Once Fultz is back on the floor, it could still take several weeks for him to acclimate, especially considering how timid he looked, offensively, in