With Nikola Mirotic out, Julius Randle has averaged 48.7 fantasy points.
Has Deandre Ayton broken out of his cold stretch?
Can Julius Randle keep up his dominant play in Monday's matchup against Boston?
Alex Barutha looks ahead at which players to consider getting in or out of your lineups in Week 9.
Alex, Shannooski and K-Train go through the latest point guard news, including Chris Paul's contract in Houston.
With John Wall (personal) out, Bradley Beal should be in line for a bigger role.
Darren Collison is averaging 37.5 fantasy points over the past four games and will face the Bulls' struggling defense.
Paul Millsap is averaging 40.3 fantasy points over the past five games and will look to continue his recent play against the Raptors.
Alex, Shannon & K-Train go through buy low candidates (and NOT buy low candidates) in today's pod.
Is it time to think about sitting Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball?
Jamal Murray will look to keep up his impressive play against the Lakers on Tuesday.
LaMarcus Aldridge is in a great position to succeed against a poor Bulls frontcourt.
Trey Burke has taken 55 shots over the past three games and could be worth starting over Jamal Murray or Buddy Hield.
With Goran Dragic (knee) out, Josh Richardson is in position to step up against the Nets.
Going up against one of his former teams, Lou Williams makes for an intriguing option.
Despite a healthy workload, Brandon Ingram has struggled to coexist alongside LeBron James thus far.
With Stephen Curry (groin) still sidelined, Durant makes for a high-upside play against the Hawks.
With Jimmy Butler out of the picture and the Nets allowing the most fantasy points to centers, Karl-Anthony Towns is in position for success.
Andre Drummond and Blake Griffin may be the odd men out in Week 5 lineups with only one game on the Pistons' schedule.
Trae Young's high upside is in play against a Hornets team that has struggled against point guards.
Ricky Rubio should again see increased playmaking opportunities with Donovan Mitchell out.
With just two games on the Spurs' Week 4 schedule, LaMarcus Aldridge may be worth holding out of lineups.
Willie Cauley-Stein is averaging 41.3 fantasy points over the past three games and is going up against a weak Magic frontcout.
Jimmy Butler could be in position to bounce back against a porous Lakers defense Monday.
Off to a slow start and with only three games on the schedule, Gordon Hayward may be worth sitting in Week 3.
With Ben Simmons unlikely to take the floor, Joel Embiid may be relied upon heavily against the Pistons.
With Rajon Rondo and Brandon Ingram suspended for the Lakers, Lonzo Ball has an opportunity to shine against the Spurs.
With four games on the schedule in Week 2, Malik Monk is less of a risk at guard.
On Opening Night's two-game slate, Paul George could be in store for a big performance.
Alex Barutha breaks down how Joel Embiid could win the MVP and Hassan Whiteside could make his first All-Star team.