You know him for his insane leaping ability, but Gerald Green finally became more than just a great dunker playing for Jeff Hornacek in the Suns' run-and-gun offense. Most of his value resides in Rotisserie leagues, where his 2.5 made threes per game have the most impact. He finished fourth in the league in three point field goals made, ahead of Kevin Durant, Kevin Love and Kyle Korver. The problem is he doesn't do anything but shoot and score, but his 85 percent from the free throw line adds a small bonus to his otherwise lackluster averages. And as far as shot chuckers go, Green was pretty efficient at it, shooting 45 percent from the field and 40 percent from three. Still, we have no evidence that Green is capable of doing anything but score, and the Suns just brought in another high-usage guard in Isaiah Thomas who might take shots away. Leave Green until the mid-to-late rounds of category leagues and grab him at the end of your points drafts.