Donovan Mitchell has taken over the point guard duties for the Jazz due to Ricky Rubio's injury and has flourished, sparking the Jazz's six-game win streak.
Otto Porter and the Wizards travel to London to face the Knicks this week, which means each team only has one game this week.
Jamal Murray and the first-place Nuggets get five games this week, following a light December schedule.
Luka Doncic is coming off a career-high scoring game, and now he hits the road for four games this week.
Brandon Ingram is back from his ankle injury, just in time for the Lakers to have four games during a light holiday schedule.
Paul George has been crushing it lately, and his owners get to enjoy four games from him this week.
Kyle Lowry is averaging a career-high 10.1 assists per game and has four games this week.
Joel Embiid and the Sixers have two games this week.
Nikola Jokic is pondering how much you should discount him in leagues this week, thanks to the Nuggets' two-game schedule.
Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors have four games this week, but for Leonard that may mean just three games because a pair of them are on back-to-back nights.
Kevin Durant and the Warriors have a whopping five games this week, whereas Andre Drummond and the Pistons have just one.
Russell Westbrook is on a four-game week, including matchups against the Pelicans, Cavs and Mavericks.
With five games on the schedule, Damian Lillard is especially valuable in Week 3.
With four games on the slate, Devin Booker is the best option at shooting guard after an explosive opening week.
With three games on the opening-week schedule, Stephen Curry sits atop Eric Johnson's player rankings.
The Raptors are one of five teams who will play six times before the regular season ends, which pushes DeMar DeRozan to a top spot in Eric Johnson's final weekly positional rankings of the season.
Buddy Hield is averaging 21.0 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.4 assists, 1.4 steals and 3.4 threes in 30 minutes over last five games, and he makes Eric Johnson's top-five shooting guards this week with four games on tap.
Tyreke Evans is back in action for the Grizzlies, and with four games this week he's one of Eric Johnson's top-five shooting guards.
With a number of the top small forwards only playing three games this week, Paul George moves to the top of Eric Johnson's small forward rankings.
The Timberwolves will only play two games in the upcoming week, which pushes Karl-Anthony Towns down Eric Johnson's positional rankings.
The Kings are the only team in the NBA with five games in the upcoming week, which helps move De'Aaron Fox way up in one of Eric Johnson's positional rankings.
The Pacers only play once in the week that starts after the All-Star game, which pushes Victor Oladipo down Eric Johnson's weekly rankings.
With no team playing more than two games this week ahead of the All-Star break, which naturally pushes Joel Embiid near the top of Eric Johnson's center rankings.
Ricky Rubio is averaging 19.2 points, 8.0 assists and 6.0 rebounds per game over his last five, and four more games this week has him moving up Eric Johnson's positional rankings.
With many of the top power forwards playing fewer than four games this week, Carmelo Anthony makes a big move up Eric Johnson's positional rankings.
The Thunder will play four games this week, which helps Paul George move to the top spot in one of Eric Johnson's positional rankings.
With a number of top teams only playing three times this week, Tyreke Evans makes a big move in Eric Johnson's weekly positional rankings thanks to the Grizzlies' four games.
De'Aaron Fox averaged 17.5 points and 5.5 assists in 34 minutes per game over his last two, and with four games this week he makes a big jump in Eric Johnson's positional rankings.
With Jeff Teague sidelined up to four weeks because of a knee injury, Tyus Jones moves up Eric Johnson's weekly positional rankings.
Ben Simmons' stellar play usually has him near the top of Eric Johnson's positional rankings, and that's the case again with the Sixers playing four times this week.