Kemba Walker (95% ST) Is Projected for a Down Week (Next Week)

LeBron James
 LAL 58% Start

His market rank based on start percentage among forwards for the rest of week 12 is #2, which is better than his market rank of #4. When compared to other forwards in week 13, LaMarcus Aldridge (118.7 FP), Kevin Durant (130.8 FP), Danilo Gallinari (80.1 FP), Serge Ibaka (72 FP), and Blake Griffin (157.3 FP) are all projected for fewer points than James but are starting in more leagues. Starting in 58% of leagues he is expected to produce 81.4 fantasy points (WK 13). It should be a very good week 13 as he is projected to be the #1 forward. In addition to a solid projected FP average, he will benefit from playing 4 games.

Chris Paul
 HOU 17% Start

When compared to other guards in week 13, Dwyane Wade (64.4 FP), Louis Williams (80.6 FP), Kyle Lowry (107.4 FP), J.J. Redick (97.5 FP), and Mike Conley (102.7 FP) are all projected for fewer points than Paul but are starting in more leagues. Starting in 17% of leagues he is expected to produce 61.7 fantasy points (WK 13). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #64 guard of week 13. He is projected to be better than that (the #8 guard). His per game projected FP average is 34.6 which is better than his actual per game average (25.3). In addition to a solid projected FP average, he will benefit from playing 4 games.

Will Barton
 DEN 15% Start

When compared to other guards in week 13, Dwyane Wade (64.4 FP), Louis Williams (80.6 FP), Kyle Lowry (107.4 FP), J.J. Redick (97.5 FP), and Mike Conley (102.7 FP) are all projected for fewer points than Barton but are starting in more leagues. Starting in 15% of leagues he is expected to produce 59.2 fantasy points (WK 13). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #66 guard of week 13. He is projected to be better than that (the #9 guard). His per game projected FP average is 25.4 which is better than his actual per game average (1.6). In addition to a solid projected FP average, he will benefit from playing 5 games.

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Paul Millsap
 DEN 40% Start

If you are in a league that allows for substitutions during the week Paul Millsap is a good value the rest of the week. He has a market rank of #32 while his projection rank (rest of week 12) is #15. When compared to other forwards in week 13, Trevor Ariza (68.8 FP), LaMarcus Aldridge (118.7 FP), Rudy Gay (88.1 FP), Thaddeus Young (64.7 FP), and Danilo Gallinari (80.1 FP) are all projected for fewer points than Millsap but are starting in more leagues. Starting in 40% of leagues he is expected to produce 69.1 fantasy points (WK 13). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #44 forward of week 13. He is projected to be better than that (the #10 forward). His per game projected FP average is 25 which is better than his actual per game average (18.9). In addition to a solid projected FP average, he will benefit from playing 5 games.

Joel Embiid
 PHI 94% Start

His market rank based on start percentage among centers for the rest of week 12 is #2, which is less than his market rank of #1. When compared to other centers in week 13 he is projected for more points than 3 other centers starting in more leagues: Nikola Vucevic (136.6 FP), Andre Drummond (131.2 FP), and Karl-Anthony Towns (114 FP). Starting in 94% of leagues he is expected to produce 126.8 fantasy points (WK 13). It should be a very good week 13 as he is projected to be the #2 center.

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Bad Fantasy Values for Week 13

Kemba Walker
 CHA 95% Start

His market rank based on start percentage among guards for the rest of week 12 is #3. When compared to other guards in week 13 instead of Walker consider these better options at lower start percentages: Chris Paul (138.2 FP), Stephen Curry (121.9 FP), DeMar DeRozan (141.8 FP), Ricky Rubio (114.7 FP), and Eric Bledsoe (121.1 FP). Starting in 95% of leagues he is expected to produce 143.9 fantasy points (WK 13). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #4 guard of the week, but he is projected to be the #19 guard. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 31.5 short of expectations.

Kawhi Leonard
 TOR 97% Start

If you are in a league that allows substitutions during the week Kawhi Leonard is someone to keep in the lineup and he is a good value the rest of the week. He has a market rank of #12 while his projection rank for the rest of week 12 is #1. When compared to other forwards in week 13 instead of Leonard consider these better options at lower start percentages: Paul Millsap (124.8 FP), Kevin Durant (130.8 FP), Jimmy Butler (149.3 FP), Anthony Davis (141.1 FP), and LeBron James (193.7 FP). Starting in 97% of leagues he is expected to produce 157.3 fantasy points (WK 13). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #4 forward of the week, but he is projected to be the #11 forward. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 38.4 short of expectations.

Klay Thompson
 GS 88% Start

If you are in a league that allows for substitutions during the week Klay Thompson is a bad value the rest of the week. He has a market rank of #16 while his projection (rest of week 12) rank is #47. When compared to other guards in week 13 instead of Thompson consider these better options at lower start percentages: Chris Paul (138.2 FP), Kyle Lowry (107.4 FP), J.J. Redick (97.5 FP), Ricky Rubio (114.7 FP), and Eric Bledsoe (121.1 FP). Starting in 88% of leagues he is expected to produce 120.6 fantasy points (WK 13). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #14 guard of the week, but he is projected to be the #38 guard. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 35.6 short of expectations.

Karl-Anthony Towns
 MIN 96% Start

His market rank based on start percentage among centers for the rest of week 12 is #3. When compared to other centers in week 13 instead of Towns consider these better options at lower start percentages: Nikola Vucevic (136.6 FP), Rudy Gobert (126.8 FP), Jusuf Nurkic (119.2 FP), and Joel Embiid (172.7 FP). Starting in 96% of leagues he is expected to produce 136.6 fantasy points (WK 13). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #3 center of the week, but he is projected to be the #7 center. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 22.6 short of expectations.

Serge Ibaka
 TOR 81% Start

If you are in a league that allows substitutions during the week Serge Ibaka is someone to keep in the lineup and he is a good value the rest of the week. He has a market rank of #20 while his projection rank for the rest of week 12 is #12. When compared to other forwards in week 13 instead of Ibaka consider these better options at lower start percentages: Paul Millsap (124.8 FP), Rudy Gay (88.1 FP), Wilson Chandler (79.8 FP), Jeff Green (81.4 FP), and Al-Farouq Aminu (85.1 FP). Starting in 81% of leagues he is expected to produce 90.2 fantasy points (WK 13). At his start percentage, he is expected to be the #20 forward of the week, but he is projected to be the #41 forward. In terms of total fantasy points he projected to come up 18.2 short of expectations.