Cam Reddish stars in return to Atlanta

This 10-game Friday provided plenty of drama across the NBA. Dejounte Murray scored a career-high 41 points to lead the Hawks past Portland. The Celtics blew a 28-point first half lead to the Nets. Julius Randle scored 43 points with eight 3-pointers, including a game-winner to beat the Heat in Miami. Denver got revenge on Memphis as they moved to 26-0 when Nikola Jokić has a triple-double. Domantas Sabonis hit a pair of late free throws to hold off a late run from the Clippers. So many excellent games with so many under the radar performances. Here are the guys that are worth rostering that could end up as league-winners.

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Cam Reddish- 19%, Matisse Thybulle- 35%

With Anfernee Simons sidelined, Reddish returned to the starting lineup in his return to Atlanta. He ended up delivering his most points since being traded to Portland and finished with a 25/3/2/1/2 line. As long as Simons is sidelined, Reddish should be worth rostering. Since the All-Star break, he has been a top-100 asset in 9-cat leagues. Thybulle should be rostered in most leagues already, but he just is too widely available for me to not include him here. His combination of steals, blocks and threes will be huge in the fantasy playoffs.

Kris Dunn- 14%

This was the last game of Dunn's 10-day contract, but with how well he's played, the odds of him not getting another one are slim. Through four games with the Jazz, Dunn has averaged 12.0 points, 3.8 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 2.0 steals while shooting 52.5% and only turning it over once per game. That has led to fifth round production for him. With Collin Sexton still sidelined a few more games, Dunn is a must-add.

Josh Okogie- 30%

Okogie has solidified his role as the fifth starter for the Suns, but he's done more than just play defense. He has hit his fair share of threes, including five on Friday. He'll continue to see plenty of minutes and should get back to adding steals in their next game. With how well he's shooting, he's not a guy to leave on the waiver wire.

Santi Aldama- 15%, Xavier Tillman- 16%

The non-contact injury to Brandon Clarke seems like one that could keep him sidelined for the rest of the season. Best case scenario, he's still out a few weeks. Aldama and Clarke had been splitting backup duties, but Aldama should play a larger role with Clarke out. Tillman has been the starting center, but if Steven Adams returns soon, Tillman should retain value despite being pushed to the bench.

Jalen Suggs- 23%

Suggs hasn't been a great fantasy contributor in his second season, but he could be in line for more minutes. Franz Wagner exited early from Friday's game due to an ankle injury. Suggs started the second half in his place and should be in line to start against Portland on Sunday. In deeper leagues, Caleb Houstan ended up playing nine minutes in the second half and could play a larger role on Sunday if Wagner remains sidelined.

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Dorian Finney-Smith- 24%

DFS's value has taken a step back this season as his shooting percentage is way down. However, he has provided top-100 value over the past week and finished with a 17/9/3 line with two blocks and five 3-pointers on Friday. If he's sitting on your waiver wire, he's worth consideration for the fantasy playoffs.

Jonathan Kuminga- 23%

Steve Kerr has turned to Kuminga more and more as of late, which has allowed him to provide sixth round value over the past four games. He should continue to play a large role for the Warriors, despite coming off the bench.

Eric Gordon- 10%

EG has started the Clippers' last two games with Marcus Morris sidelined. If Morris remains out on Sunday, Gordon should get another start. He can provide a boost with points and 3-pointers, but he can't be relied on for much else.