Kris Dunn making the most of 10-day contract

There's never a dull night in the NBA. While each of the seven games that were played on Saturday was eventful, the 76ers-Celtics matchup was easily the headliner. In a game where both teams took double-digit leads, it came down to the wire, where Jayson Tatum drilled a 3-pointer with 1.8 seconds left. The more miraculous shot ended up not counting, as Joel Embiid's three-quarter court heave found the bottom of the net, but the ball didn't leave his hands until after the buzzer sounded. Other games featured the Grizzlies blowing out the Nuggets, the Hornets getting the fourth straight win, and the Knicks running the Pelicans out of the building. All exciting, but none provided the playoff atmosphere of the Boston-Philly matchup. With that game soaking up the headlines, here are the under the radar players that are worth rostering in most leagues.

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Kris Dunn- 1% rostered in Yahoo leagues

After signing a 10-day contract with the Jazz five days ago, Dunn shined in his second game with the team. He scored 11 points with two steals in his debut and followed it up with 15 points, seven rebounds, eight assists, one steal and one block on Saturday. Utah has open minutes at point guard with Mike Conley gone, and as long as Dunn sticks around, he'll be worth streaming.

Josh Richardson- 28%

The Pelicans rolled with Richardson as the starter in their two games since the All-Star break, with Trey Murphy coming off the bench. With Zion Williamson expected to miss a few more weeks, Richardson should continue to provide threes and steals as a starter. He finished with 16 points, two rebounds, four assists, four steals and three 3-pointers on Saturday.

James Wiseman- 40%

With Jalen Duren sidelined for this game, Wiseman entered the starting unit. He contributed 10 points and 10 rebounds in 20 minutes before fouling out. If Duren misses more time with the injury, Wiseman will be worth streaming because of the opportunity. However, if Duren is healthy, Wiseman is a risky play.

Marvin Bagley- 16%

Another beneficiary of Duren's absence, Bagley shined on Saturday with 21 points and 18 rebounds off the bench. This was his first game in nearly two months, but with Duren sidelined and Wiseman in foul trouble, Dwayne Casey has to use Bagley more than he likely intended. It resulted in a big game for him, and it appears that he'll continue to see big minutes for Detroit. However, with so many players fighting for minutes in the frontcourt, it's hard to justify rostering Bagley in 12-team leagues, even though he had a big game.

Kevin Love- 39%

After struggling in his Heat debut, Love bounced back with 13 points, 13 rebounds and three 3-pointers in a loss to Charlotte. Love has been the starter at power forward for Miami, and he should see around 25 minutes per game moving forward, which is more than enough time for him to make an impact.

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Jordan Nwora- less than 1%

After being left out of the rotation on a deep Milwaukee team, Nwora has found a better opportunity with the Pacers. He finished with 21 points, eight rebounds, six assists, one steal and one 3-pointer off the bench on Saturday and should continue to play big minutes for them.

Xavier Tillman- 6%

With Steven Adams still sidelined, Tillman will continue to start at center. In a matchup with Nikola Jokić and the Nuggets, he finished with 12 points, seven rebounds, four assists and a block while hitting all six of his shots from the floor. He has provided top-150 value over the past month and is worth rostering until Adams is back in the lineup.

Talen Horton-Tucker- 36%

With Collin Sexton sidelined again, THT got another start at shooting guard. After finishing with a 9/7/6/2/1 line on Thursday, he produced 12 points, six rebounds, four assists, three blocks and two 3-pointers on Saturday. Until Sexton is back, THT will continue to receive a boost.