This article is part of our NBA Draft Kit series.
After examining the safest, most underrated and most overrated players likely to come off the board in Rounds 1 through 3 earlier this week, it's time to shift focus to Rounds 4, 5 and 6.
Utilizing Yahoo ADP data, here are the players to target for the best value, as well as some to consider avoiding in the upper-middle rounds:
DeMar DeRozan, Spurs
While DeRozan may not provide the upside of some other Round 4 options, he's held a high floor for the majority of his career. His worst fantasy finish over the past four seasons is 45th overall, and he's played at least 74 games in each of those campaigns. While the Spurs will be getting Dejounte Murray back from a torn ACL, he shouldn't threaten DeRozan's touches enough to drop him out of Round 4 consideration. DeRozan also reached career highs in assists (6.2) and rebounds (6.0) per game last season, indicating that we shouldn't be expecting a significant decline heading into his age-30 season.
Clint Capela, Rockets
Maybe the addition of noted rebound-stealer Russell Westbrook will eat into Capela's 12.6 boards per game from last season, but he still figures to be among the top fantasy centers. Capela also averaged 16.6 points on 64.8 percent shooting a year ago, plus 1.5 blocks and over half-a-steal. While his free-throw percentage (63.6%) leaves plenty to be desired, he's improved it in every season he's been in the league. Overall, Capela was