Put Spencer Dinwiddie (97% Owned) On the Trading Block

Justise Winslow
 MIA 90% Own

Most already consider Justise Winslow to be a good starting forward, but the projections indicate he is an elite fantasy option. Ranking by ownership percentage (90%), Justise Winslow is expected to be the #39 forward for the rest of the season. He is projected to be the #21 forward. Even if he is highly owned, he is still undervalued and if you act quickly there is a clear buy low opportunity. Unless someone offers an even better forward value, we advise you to hold on to him. He is projected for more FPs than Larry Nance who has virtually the same market rank (90% Owned) as Winslow. He is projected for 1064 fantasy points in 43 remaining games. He has a lower rank (#27) based on projected fantasy average. The market ranks Justise Winslow behind Nance and above Ariza but the projections rank Justise Winslow over Nance. Out of 7 major fantasy categories he ranks significantly lower in 5 categories than his overall fantasy point ranking and these are relative weaknesses. With a better FP Total rank than Avg rank, his value will decrease once his remaining games evens out with other similarly rated players. His value could significantly increase if he was more of an offensive threat. But sharing the ball is a strength.

Elfrid Payton
 NO 94% Own

Most already consider Elfrid Payton to be a good starting guard, but the projections indicate he is an elite fantasy option. Ranking by ownership percentage (94%), Elfrid Payton is expected to be the #36 guard for the rest of the season. His projection based guard rank is #22. Even if he is highly owned, he is still undervalued and if you act quickly there is a clear buy low opportunity. Owners should hold onto him and probably decline offers unless there is an even better guard option available. Of the 3 guards (Evan Fournier, Gary Harris) with this market rank (94% Owned), he is the top rated one. He is projected for 1124 fantasy points in 41 remaining games. He has a lower rank (#23) based on projected fantasy average. The market ranks Elfrid Payton behind Harris and above Barton but the projections rank Elfrid Payton over Harris. Out of 7 major fantasy categories he ranks significantly lower in 4 categories than his overall fantasy point ranking and these are relative weaknesses. His value could significantly increase if he was more of an offensive threat, especially from three-point range. But sharing the ball is a strength.

Zach Collins
 POR 15% Own

Our projections run counter to general expectations. Zach Collins is projected to be a top tier fantasy center. Based on ownership percentage (15%), Zach Collins has a market rank of #40 among centers. His projection based center rank is #28. There could be an opportunity to acquire him while the market is still not as high on them as the projections are. Unless someone offers an even better center value, we advise you to hold on to him. He is projected for 599 fantasy points in 41 remaining games. He has a lower rank (#29) based on projected fantasy average. The market ranks Zach Collins behind Holmes and above Nowitzki but the projections rank Zach Collins over Holmes. His ranking in points is the same as his overall fantasy ranking indicating he is relatively well-rounded from a statistical standpoint.

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Paul Millsap
 DEN 98% Own

His latest projection based rank among forwards is #20. As of 1/9, Paul Millsap is the #27 ranked forward based on ownership percentage (98%). With a lower market rank than projection rank, consider Paul Millsap to be undervalued. Even if he is highly owned, he is still undervalued and if you act quickly there is a clear buy low opportunity. Owners should hold onto him and probably decline offers unless there is an even better forward option available. Of the 5 forwards (Serge Ibaka, Kevin Love, Andrew Wiggins, Domantas Sabonis) with this market rank (98% Owned), he is the top rated one. He is projected for 1065 fantasy points in 43 remaining games. He has a lower rank (#26) based on projected fantasy average. The market ranks Paul Millsap behind Ibaka and above Love but the projections rank Paul Millsap over Ibaka. With a better FP Total rank than Avg rank, his value will decrease once his remaining games evens out with other similarly rated players. His value could significantly increase if he was more of an offensive threat, especially from three-point range. His strength is in defensive stats (steals, blocks).

Louis Williams
 LAC 97% Own

His latest projection based rank among guards is #21. As of 1/9, Louis Williams is the #27 ranked guard based on ownership percentage (97%). Louis Williams's projection rank is better than their market rank. Even if he is highly owned, he is still undervalued and if you act quickly there is a clear buy low opportunity. Unless someone offers an even better guard value, we advise you to hold on to him. Of the 3 guards (Jeff Teague, Spencer Dinwiddie) with this market rank (97% Owned), he is the top rated one. He is projected for 1130 fantasy points in 42 remaining games. He has a lower rank (#24) based on projected fantasy average. The market ranks Louis Williams behind Hardaway and above Teague but the projections rank Louis Williams over Hardaway. Out of 7 major fantasy categories he ranks significantly lower in 4 categories than his overall fantasy point ranking and these are relative weaknesses. Scoring is his strength and he cannot be considered a well-rounded guard.

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Bad Fantasy Values for the Rest of the Season

Spencer Dinwiddie
 BKN 97% Own

As of 1/9, Spencer Dinwiddie is the #29 ranked guard based on ownership percentage (97%). Projected to be a backup guard his value could reach market expectations if there is an injury to the starters. He is the lowest rated of the 3 guards (Louis Williams, Jeff Teague) with this market rank (97% Owned). He is projected for 802 fantasy points in 40 remaining games. Based on average FPs, he is even better with the #55 highest average. The market ranks Spencer Dinwiddie behind Teague and above Rubio but the projections rank Rubio over Spencer Dinwiddie. Scoring is his strength and he cannot be considered a well-rounded guard.

Serge Ibaka
 TOR 98% Own

Based on ownership percentage (98%), Serge Ibaka has a market rank of #26 among forwards. Based on the latest projections the market is overrating Ibaka. His projection based forward rank is #39. Owners should not be surprised if they find themselves benching Ibaka more than they thought. There are other forwards with virtually the same market rank (Paul Millsap, Kevin Love, Andrew Wiggins, Domantas Sabonis 98% Owned) and Ibaka ranks #4 out of 5. He is projected for 906 fantasy points in 39 remaining games. Based on average FPs, he is even better with the #35 highest average. The market ranks Serge Ibaka behind Wiggins and above Millsap but the projections rank Millsap over Serge Ibaka. With a better FP Avg rank than Total rank, his value will increase once his remaining games evens out with other similarly rated players. His strength is scoring, and if he could improve from 3pt range his value would increase. But he is not expected to pass very often.

Buddy Hield
 SAC 99% Own

His latest projection based rank among guards is #29. Ranking by ownership percentage (99%), Buddy Hield is expected to be the #22 guard for the rest of the season. Our projections indicate that Buddy Hield is overrated by the market. He is projected for 1051 fantasy points in 41 remaining games. His projected average FP rank is the same as his rest of season total rank. The market ranks Buddy Hield behind Murray and above Young but the projections rank Young over Buddy Hield. Out of 7 major fantasy categories he ranks significantly better in 4 categories (strengths) than his overall fantasy point ranking. His strength is scoring, especially from three-point range. But sharing the ball and accumulating defensive stats need improvement.

Mohamed Bamba
 ORL 49% Own

Ranking by ownership percentage (49%), Mohamed Bamba is expected to be the #27 center for the rest of the season. Our projections indicate that Mohamed Bamba is overrated by the market. His fantasy center projection rank is #33. Projected to be a backup center his value could reach market expectations if there is an injury to the starter. He is projected for 553 fantasy points in 42 remaining games. He has a lower rank (#34) based on projected fantasy average. The market ranks Mohamed Bamba behind Dedmon and above Plumlee but the projections rank Plumlee over Mohamed Bamba. Scoring is not necessarily a strength but it is not a weakness and he is considered a well-rounded center who contributes equally in most key stats.

Jayson Tatum
 BOS 100% Own

There are 18 forwards owned in 100% of leagues and Jayson Tatum is projected to be the #18 among them. Using actual fantasy production and current start percentage as the first and second tie-breaker, his market rank is #16. He can be considered overvalued and expect his ranking among 100% owned forwards to go down. He is projected for 1021 fantasy points in 43 remaining games. He has a lower rank (#33) based on projected fantasy average. The market ranks Jayson Tatum behind Gordon and above Butler but the projections rank Butler over Jayson Tatum. With a better FP Total rank than Avg rank, his value will decrease once his remaining games evens out with other similarly rated players. His strength is scoring, and if he could improve from 3pt range his value would increase. But he is not expected to pass very often.