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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Jeff Withey
Damian Lillard struggled Tuesday against the Jazz, but Alex Rikleen explains why the Trail Blazers guard should bounce back Thursday against the Timberwolves.
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Giannis Antetokounmpo has put up some monster fantasy performances this season, but Ben Zweiman explains why it's unlikely to happen again Monday against the Grizzlies.
With the Bulls decimated by injuries, Nikola Mirotic could be given the green light Thursday against the 76ers' struggling defense.
The Jazz have been hit hard by injuries of late, leaving Gordon Hayward to take on an even bigger role in the offense.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Withey spent last season as a member of the Jazz, who renounced his rights in mid-July. He was a deep reserve, posting just 2.9 points and 2.4 boards across 8.5 minutes per contest. While he'll likely play a similar role with the Mavericks, as his skill hasn't warranted him being deployed for more than 12.9 minutes per game in his career, he could see extended run here and there depending on the health of the Dallas centers. Regardless, he should probably be avoided in every Fantasy format considering his projected workload and production.
Withey enters his second season with hopes of carving out a bigger role for himself than he had as a rookie. The Kansas product appeared in just 58 games for New Orleans, despite the team's considerable injury problems. In 12 minutes per contest, Withey averaged 3.3 points, 2.6 rebounds, 0.4 assists, 0.3 steals, and 0.9 blocks per game while shooting 54 percent from the field and 71 percent from the line. Where Withey really thrives is on the defensive end. One of college basketball's premiere shot blockers before being drafted in the second round of the 2013 NBA Draft, Withey rejected 2.6 shots per 36 minutes last season. The potential is there for Withey, who turned heads in the four games he started late last season. The seven-footer scored 7.8 points and collected a modest 5.3 rebounds per game in his starts but blocked 2.8 shots, the same league-leading number Anthony Davis posted last season. Davis, Omer Asik, and Ryan Anderson should monopolize most of the frontcourt minutes, and Withey will also face competition from Alexis Ajinca and rookie Patric Young, but if given a shot at consistent minutes, Withey could become one of the better shot blockers in the league.
A rookie out of Kansas acquired as part of the Evans three-team sign-and-trade, Withey's playing time in 2013 should be sparse. The shot-blocking specialist could eventually see time on the court if Smith's injury problems persist or Stiemsma is outplayed defensively.
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