1. Chris Webber- He will be either starting or playing alot for the Warriors now, he is getting older but he is worth a shot as a number two center or as a bench option.
2. Chris Wilcox- You may have him benched right now but he is quietly playing like an all-star lately. In the last week he is getting 16 ppg and 9.5 rpg. and on the season he is getting 13 ppg and 7 rpg. He could be a good starter if you need a foward.
3. Kenyon Martin- He is severely underrated this year. He is shooting the ball at 50% with 10.5 ppg and 6 rpg. He isn't a reliable starter but if your league has tiebreakers decided by bench stats he is worth a look.
1. Allen Iverson- He is getting 27 ppg, 7 apg, 3 rpg, and 2 spg. He has been consistent all year and playing along other all-stars like Camby and Anthony his stats will stay just fine.
2. Dirk Nowitzki- He has not scored less than 20 points in a game since December 27. On the season he is getting 22 ppg. and 9 rpg. He is also a big-man who can hit 3's.
3. Al Jefferson- He is getting 20+ ppg and 12+ rpg. In the last 7 days he is getting 25 ppg and 14 rpg. He also just got 20-20 numbers in his last game. He is an amazing fantasy option.
1. Tony Parker- He is out indefinetly which could be for the rest of the season as the Spurs gear up for a playoff run. Before now he was a must start option before now because he was getting 20 ppg and 6 apg.
2. Jason Kidd- If he is traded it is unsure what he will do in his new location. For example if he goes to Dallas his assists will increase but his rebounds and points will go down. He should be closely watched until after the trade deadline.
3. Andrew Bynum- He is out until mid-march after before now being a reliable double-double guy. If you own him you should look to trade him if you need immediate success. If not you can keep him for a few months...