2010-11 Fantasy week 20 preview

Sasha Vujacic

Yep, this guy deserves your attention. (GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images)

Game watch:

4 games: CHA, CHI, DAL, GS, IND, LAC, MIL, MIN, NY, OKC, ORL, PHI, POR, SAC, UTA

3 games: ATL, BOS, CLE, DET, HOU, LAL, MEM, MIA, NO, PHO, SA, TOR

2 games: DEN, NJ, WAS

Waiver-wire watch:

  • Francisco Garcia: in his first game since Jan. 15, he finished with 18 points, four three-pointers, three rebounds and two steals
  • Carlos Delfino: up and down lately, but continues to put up strong overall numbers and racked up nine steals in two games last week
  • Wes Johnson: in his four games before the flu derailed him, Johnson was tearing up box scores
  • Matt Bonner: usually a good source of threes, has hit nine in his last two games
  • Jodie Meeks: averaging 14 points, 2.7 threes, 2.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.7 steals in his last three
  • Ty Lawson: appeal is limited by Raymond Felton’s presence on the Nuggets roster, but Lawson still producing solid lines
  • Darrell Arthur: has hit double digits in the points column in his last four games, racked up six blocks in that stretch too
  • Ed Davis: had two strong games against the Nets in London; he should definitely be worth a look in deeper leagues
  • Ryan Anderson: has shown signs of life again lately, worth a look if you need threes and some rebounds
  • Sasha Vujacic: should get more run with Anthony Morrow sidelined with a concussion
  • Jared Dudley: inconsistent but puts up solid averages
  • Jarrett Jack: putting up solid lines lately, though he doesn’t do much besides score
  • Marvin Williams: he doesn’t have a high ceiling but you know what you’re getting with him
  • DeAndre Jordan: first two games of the month have been good, though inconsistency is always in the cards for him
  • Courtney Lee: averaging 13.7 points, 1.7 threes, 1.7 rebounds and 1.3 assists in his three games in March
  • Jordan Farmar: deserves a look in deeper leagues, especially with Deron Williams hurting
  • Mike Miller: big expectations won’t be fulfilled, but he’s still a decent all-around contributor on most days
  • Tony Allen: he’s a good pickup in many leagues, especially if you need steals
  • Reggie Williams: decent low-end pickup who will have nice games every now and then

Injury watch:

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