Last season in Houston, he was one of the better backup point guards for Fantasy, but this year Jeremy Lin will get the chance to shine again as a starter for the Lakers. You probably shouldn't expect Linsanity Part II considering he'll have Kobe Bryant and Julius Randle to share with, but he'll probably come pretty close to the 18.2 points and 7.7 assists he averaged as a starter during that magical 25-game run in New York. The way he navigates driving lanes will likely work well with Randle's bowling-ball-esque post game, so many of Lin's assists will probably come from a two-man game with the Lakers' first round big man. Los Angeles waived Kendall Marshall, and the only other point guard on the roster is Steve Nash, who only appeared in 15 games last season. You can probably wait to draft Lin after point guards like Brandon Jennings and Jrue Holiday, but because the Lakers lack playmakers, Lin could easily match or even exceed their production. Getting Lin in the middle rounds will probably look like a steal by year's end.