DiVincenzo meeting the challenge with Curry, Wiggins out

With both Steph Curry and Andrew Wiggins out due to injury, Corey Robinson examines Donte DiVincenzo's outlook as a welcome fantasy asset that is currently providing sixth-round value in 9-cat formats.

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COREY ROBINSON: With Stephen Curry and Andrew Wiggins still sidelined due to injury, the Warriors have been forced to look for additional production from players who weren't expected to take on marquee roles before the season began. At the top of the list is Donte DiVincenzo, who arrived in San Francisco looking to establish himself as a pro after three-plus injury-riddled seasons in Milwaukee and a short stint in Sacramento.

To his credit, DiVincenzo has met the challenge, averaging 9.6 points, 6.1 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 1.8 steals, and 2.2 3-pointers per game over the last month. While fantasy managers have taken a hit due to the field-goal percentage, with DiVincenzo shooting 40.6% from the field, those averages are still good for sixth-round value in nine-cat formats. Things will change once Curry and Wiggins return, but DiVincenzo has developed into a welcome asset.