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Dec. 14 - Christian Wood (DET)

Christian Wood's NBA journey has been a wild one and it's not over yet. With the Detroit Pistons, however, the 24-year-old seems to finally have a stable, modest, role with a team that's actually trying to win games. Wood has been efficient at all of his previous stops - and he's produced his share of gems in non-competitive games - but he hasn't been a reliable fantasy asset because his opportunities to shine have come so few and far between.Christian Wood Profile Page

Dec. 11 - Davis Bertans (WAS)

The San Antonio Spurs weren't afraid to lean on Davis Bertans sporadically during his tenure in Texas but they didn't utilize him consistently for him to be much of a fantasy asset. This year with the Washington Wizards, the 27-year-old sharpshooter has flourished on a team happy to sit back and watch him let 'em fly.Davis Bertans Profile Page

Dec. 11 - Davis Bertans (WAS)

The San Antonio Spurs weren't afraid to lean on Davis Bertans sporadically during his tenure in Texas but they didn't utilize him consistently for him to be much of a fantasy asset. This year with the Washington Wizards, the 27-year-old sharpshooter has flourished on a team happy to sit back and watch him let 'em fly.Davis Bertans Profile Page

Dec. 1 - Michael Porter Jr. (DEN)

The Denver Nuggets have exercised patience every step of the way with 2018 NBA Draft pick Michael Porter Jr., that hasn't changed one month into what could have been his sophomore campaign. The Nuggets red-shirted Porter Jr. in Year 1 so that he could focus on recovering from neck surgery and have played him sparingly in Year 2 (his actual rookie season). Denver is fantastic at developing players so hang onto MPJ in dynasty leagues but don't expect him to start filling the stat sheet in 2019-20, the team just doesn't need to push him so soon.Michael Porter Jr. Profile Page

Dec. 1 - Malcolm Brogdon (IND)

The Indiana Pacers welcomed their brilliant offseason addition back to the lineup last night after he sat out the previous three contests with a back injury. Brogdon has been a revelation for Indy and established himself early on as a far more adept playmaker than originally thought. Brogdon's role may change when Victor Oladipo eventually returns to the lineup but the Pacers have 85 million reasons to keep giving Brogdon opportunities to take his game to the next level.Malcolm Brogdon Profile Page

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Keith Pompey on Joel Embiid
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Bill Oram on LeBron James
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