2010-11 Fantasy week 21 preview

Tyler Hansbrough

You'd be psycho not to go and grab Hansbrough off the waiver wire. (NBA.com)

Game watch:

4 games: BOS, DAL, DEN, GS, HOU, IND, LAC, MIA, NJ, NY, OKC, PHI, PHO, POR, SAC, WAS

3 games: ATL, CHA, CHI, CLE, DET, LAL, MEM, MIL, MIN, NO, ORL, SA, TOR, UTA

Waiver-wire watch:

  • Tyler Hansbrough: starting gig appears secure, averaging 17.7 points, 7.6 rebounds and 1.4 steals so far this month
  • Chase Budinger: doing good things with his starting job, putting up 14.7 points, four rebounds, 2.2 assists, one steal and 1.3 threes per game this month
  • Nenad Krstic: averaging 15.4 points and 7.4 rebounds in March, making him worth a definite look if you need a big man
  • Ed Davis: was having a big month even before Amir Johnson went down; he’s a good bet for a short-term boost if you need a big
  • Gerald Henderson: he’s a scorer who also chips in his share in other categories; he should be a steady producer for the remainder of the season
  • Jodie Meeks: has scored 11+ points and hit 2+ threes in his last eight games
  • Francisco Garcia: good for points, threes and steals, but Tyreke Evans possible’ return would be a downer for Garcia
  • James Johnson: he continues to start and has some value for owners who need blocks
  • Ryan Anderson: shaky consistency, but he’s good for threes and has blocked two shots in each of his last three games
  • Marco Belinelli: he’s worth an add if you need points and threes
  • Shawne Williams: if you’re in a deeper league and are OK with three bad games for every good one, he’s worth a look
  • Kurt Thomas: he has some value so long as Carlos Boozer is out
  • Trevor Booker: he’ll be a marginally appealing big man so long as Andray Blatche is out
  • Randy Foye: he continues to have value as Eric Gordon’s wrist heals
  • DJ White: he’s emerged with some surprising value in Charlotte; give him a look if you want some points and boards
  • Kyle Korver: good source of threes if you’re in a deeper league
  • C.J. Miles: he’s having a big month and is good for points, threes and steals
  • Courtney Lee: March has been a good month for him; he’s scoring and shooting well
  • Jordan Crawford: emerging as an intriguing guy to own in deeper leagues; he’s worth monitoring
  • Tony Allen: his steals are steady, his other stats aren’t
  • Mario Chalmers: decent point guard for owners in deeper leagues
  • Darrell Arthur: inconsistent but good for points, rebounds and blocks on most nights
  • Gary Neal: good for points, threes and some other stats on most nights
  • Tracy McGrady: starting again, which means it’s time to give him a look
  • Leandro Barbosa: two of his last three game were big
  • Aaron Brooks: if Steve Nash sits out with his nagging injury, he’ll have decent value

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