2010-11 Fantasy week 14 preview

Ryan Anderson

That's right -- Mr. Anderson, you're the fantasy basketball story of the past two weeks. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Game watch:

4 games: BOS, CHA, CLE, DEN, DET, GS, HOU, MEM, MIL, MIN, NJ, NO, NY, OKC, ORL, PHI, PHO, SAC, TOR, UTA, WAS

3 games: ATL, CHI, DAL, IND, LAC, LAL, MIA, SA

2 games: POR

Waiver-wire watch:

  • Ryan Anderson: averaging 14.6 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.9 threes in January; he should be owned in nearly all leagues by now
  • Chuck Hayes: getting plenty of run at center for the Rockets, doing everything pretty well
  • Rudy Fernandez: on a hot streak, could benefit so long as the roster is this depleted
  • Mike Miller: monster game Saturday (without Dwyane Wade) deserves attention, but he’s not likely to be anything more than some threes on most nights
  • Ronny Turiaf: lost his starting gig again, but he’s worth monitoring for his shot-blocking ability
  • Keyon Dooling: has a few days left before Brandon Jennings returns
  • Ed Davis: has looked decent lately, played without his knee brace Saturday
  • DeJuan Blair: has had some big games lately, should get steady run even while vets rest down the stretch
  • Kyle Kover: good for some good games every now and then, decent source of threes
  • Sasha Vujacic: continues to get steady minutes, good for threes
  • Travis Outlaw: doing just enough to warrant consideration in deeper leagues
  • Evan Turner: showing a pulse lately, but still isn’t worth a thought unless you’re in a deep league
  • Brandon Bass: last three games were solid, but one was in a 40-point blowout victory
  • Greg Monroe: if you need rebounds and steals, seriously consider picking him
  • Kris Humphries: continues to rebound and play well despite bench role
  • Marcus Thornton: has looked decent lately, though he shouldn’t be considered a long-term solution
  • Tiago Splitter: good game Saturday, should pick up steam as the season progresses

Injury watch:

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