Joel Anthony, C, Miami ($3500 at TOR): Anthony might get the start with Chris Bosh (personal) away from the team for the birth of his daughter. If Anthony is tabbed for the starting five, he is an obvious bargain. Check back tomorrow for the latest.
DeJuan Blair, F, Dallas ($7346 vs LAL): Blair has been getting about 18-20 minutes off the bench, but he is producing solid numbers nonetheless. Blair has averaged 9.3 ppg with 7.0 rpg and 2.0 spg off the bench while averaging 20.3 minutes per game. Imagine if he were getting starter's minutes. Regardless, he has been steady and is a nice mid-level price option.
Eric Bledsoe, G, Phoenix ($15450 at NO): With Goran Dragic (ankle) sidelined, it will be the Bledsoe show for a few games. Sure, he comes with a big price tag, but he could post elite-type numbers.
Gerald Green, G, Phoenix ($5993 at NO): Green should be in line for a tremendous increase in run over the couple of outings until Dragic is healthy enough to return. Given Green's likely increase in minutes, he is a steal at this price level.
Xavier Henry, G, L.A. Lakers ($7834 at DAL): The Mavericks haven't been playing much in the way of defense this season, and Henry has been fairly explosive on the offensive end. It might be a nice mix for daily Fantasy owners, especially at a mid-level price.
Josh McRoberts, F, Charlotte ($8414 at NYK): 'Josh McBob' is often overlooked, but all he does is produce when given the chance. He is averaged 8.0 ppg with 4.7 rpg and 4.3 apg through the first three games. That's pretty solid production considering his mid-level price tag.
Jodie Meeks, G, L.A. Lakers ($5775 at DAL): Meeks has been another low-end Fantasy option with upside, helping daily players afford more studs at other positions. Meeks has averaged 11.5 ppg with 3.5 rpg through the first four games.
Dobish's Lineup at DraftStreet.com
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