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Rajon Rondo, NOP: Rondo went through a rough mid-January-to-early February stretch that saw him post single digits across the stat sheet in 10 straight games before being demoted to a second-unit role. However, there appears to be a turnaround in the works, as Rondo is averaging 13.0 points (on 56.3 percent shooting, 8.2 assists and 5.0 rebounds in his last five games. He also dished out 13 assists in the game prior to that stretch, and with his resurgence essentially coinciding with the onset of DeMarcus Cousins' absence, it's likely indicative of the type of production he'll be capable of providing down the stretch.
Isaiah Thomas, LAL: Of all the pieces moved during the Cavaliers' massive deadline makeover, Thomas may ultimately benefit the most, at least from a fantasy perspective. Thomas makes the leap from a club ranked middle-of-the-pa
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