News: Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter tallied 14 points and five rebounds during Memphis' 107-94 loss at Washington on Monday night. Pondexter connected on 5 of 9 from the field, including 4 of 5 from 3-point range, for his highest scoring total since Dec. 22 against Houston (14). He also chipped in a steal while logging 27 minutes of playing time, just one minute shy of the team lead off the bench for the Grizzlies.
Analysis: Scoring hasn't come easy for Pondexter as he entered Monday's game averaging just 6.3 points per game. But his scoring performance against the defensively challenged Wizards -- who were missing four starters -- represented just the fifth time he has reached double figures in scoring this month. Pondexter won't help much in any other categories and should continue to be viewed as a marginal Fantasy option the rest of the season.
News: Memphis forward Quincy Pondexter played through food poisoning on Wednesday against Portland. Pondexter still saw 22 minutes off the bench and went 2 of 6 from the field to score four points. He grabbed four rebounds and added an assist.
Analysis: Pondexter was back to single digits in scoring after being in double figures in each of his previous three games. He's been playing better basketball but is still just a low-end Fantasy option in most formats.
News: Memphis forward Quincy Pondexter is a game-time decision for Wednesday's game against the Blazers due to food poisoning, reports the Memphis Commercial Appeal.
Analysis: Pondexter has scored in double figures in his last three games and should get over his illness rather quickly. He's been playing better basketball but is still just a low-end Fantasy option in most formats, when healthy.
News: Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter was able to get back on the court for Tuesday's contest against the Pistons. Pondexter, who has missed 23 of the past 24 games due to a sprained MCL in his left knee, finished with 10 points on 4 of 6 shooting from the field in the 105-91 win. He also added three rebounds, three steals, one block and one assist to his stat line.
Analysis: Pondexter admitted he came back to early from his injury the first time around, but he was able to use the All-Star break to get healthy. The third-year swingman will continue to be used as a scorer off the bench and he is actually leading the team in 3-point shooting at 41.8 percent. Still, with season averages of 6.4 points and 2.2 rebounds, Pondexter should only be owned in the deepest of formats at this point in the year.
News: Memphis forward Quincy Pondexter was ruled out for Tuesday's contest against the Kings as he continues to deal with a sprained MCL in his left knee. Pondexter, who was able to get back on the court in Memphis' win over the T'Wolves on Sunday for the first time since Dec. 19 due to his injury, told the team's official website that he came back too soon. He found out it was tough, coach Lionel Hollins said. He thought because he was shooting in practice that he would be able to come out and play the same way in the games. I told him when the lights come on, the intensity is higher. Theres more physicality. And those shots dont look so easy. He was sore and we decided to sit him back down and get him some more rest."
Analysis: Pondexter is still dealing with a great deal of discomfort in his left knee, so the team decided to shut him down until after the break. The 24-year-old will continue to rehab over the next week and the Grizzlies are hoping he will be ready to go when Fantasy Week 17 (Feb. 18-24), so owners should keep an eye on his status heading into the next scoring period. However, it remains unknown exactly how much playing time Pondexter will see once he does return as he was seeing around 22 minutes prior to his injury and had averaged 6.4 points and 2.2 rebounds over that span. At this point in the season, owners should consider Pondexter merely a marginal option.
News: Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter logged four minutes during his return from an extended absence due to a knee injury during Memphis' 105-88 win over Minnesota on Sunday night. Pondexter, who had been sidelined since Dec. 29 with a sprained MCL, went scoreless after missing his lone attempt from the field, a 3-point shot. He also committed one foul while coming off the bench for the Grizzlies.
Analysis: Despite pacing the team in 3-point shooting (minimum five attempts per game), Pondexter does not receive extended playing time with Memphis and logged fewer than 25 minutes in eight of his last 10 games prior to the knee injury. He entered Sunday's game averaging just 6.7 points per game as he puts up roughly 5.5 shots a night. Continue to consider him a low-end option only in Rotisserie formats for now.
News: Memphis forward Quincy Pondexter was able to take part in contact drills on Saturday and could return from his Grade 2 MCL sprain in his left knee Sunday against Minnesota, reports the Memphis Commercial Appeal. Pondexter, who has been out since Dec. 29, is now listed as day to day for the Grizzlies.
Analysis: Pondexter is not yet cleared to play as doctors still have to monitor him going forward, but he could be back as early as against the Wolves Sunday. The third-year swingman was leading the team from 3-point range before suffering the injury. Pondexter plays a vital role for the Grizzlies, but he does little scoring, and can be ignored in most Fantasy formats.
News: According to a local Memphis radio status, Grizzles forward Quincy Pondexter is expected to make his return from a knee injury Tuesday against the Kings. Pondexter has been out since the end of December with a sprained MCL in his left knee, but has been practicing in recent days. Tuesdays game is the Grizzlies last before the All-Star break.
Analysis: Pondexter appeared in 27 games prior to his injury, and was averaging career high 6.7 points per game. He provides badly-needed floor spacing for the Grizzlies, and should slip right back into the 23.1 minutes he was averaging per game prior to the injury. Pondexter plays a vital role for the Grizzlies, but he does little scoring, and can be ignored in most Fantasy formats.
News:The Commercial Appeal reports Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter, who has been out since late December with an MCL sprain in his left knee, has been cleared for non-contact practices. He was on the floor Thursday.
Analysis: Pondexter did run all full speed Monday, while also dunking and shooting mid-range shots. It appears he is on track for a post-All-Star-break return. Pondexter was seeing good minutes prior to getting hurt and still might see decent minutes now that Rudy Gay is in Toronto. But Pondexter doesn't have great offensive upside, so he has marginal Fantasy appeal when healthy.
News: Memphis small forward Quincy Pondexter, who has been out with a sprained knee, was able to run at full speed on Monday, including dunking a basketball, reports the Memphis Commercial Appeal. That said, Pondexter remains without an expected timetable to return for the Grizzlies.
Analysis: Pondexter's return to action is going to be a solid boost for the depth chart for Memphis, but he was not a huge part of the rotation prior to the injury. Pondexter was averaging 6.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.2 3-pointers per game before suffering his injury and could be asked to do some more scoring upon his return with Rudy Gay out of town now. His return is on the horizon, so Fantasy owners can keep him stashed in the deeper formats.
News: Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter (knee) said Monday he is hoping to resume basketball activities in two weeks, the Memphis Commercial Appeal reports. Pondexter has been sidelined since last December with a strained MCL and is still using crutches to move around in his recovery.
Analysis: Pondexter could end up missing a full month with his serious knee injury as he is not expected to return to game action until at least early February. The 24-year-old has been a steady option off the bench for the Grizzlies, connecting on 41.8 percent of his attempts for a career-high 6.7 points per game. However, he doesn't contribute much in other areas and is viewed as a low-end option in deeper Fantasy formats when healthy.
News: The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports that Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter will be out indefinetely after an MRI revealed a "grade two" MCL sprain Sunday. Pondexter suffered the injury Saturday night against the Nuggets and was carried off the court. Pondexter and Wayne Ellington bumped knees in the third quarter of the game. Ellington is expected to fill the void off the bench.
Analysis: Pondexter led the Grizzlies with a 42.3 shooting percentage before getting hurt and was one team's most versatile player off the bench. According to the report, the injury may keep him sidelined for about a month though the team has yet to issue a timetable for his return. We'll continue to keep an eye on his progress moving forward. He has marginal Fantasy appeal, even when healthy.
News: Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter was carried off the court late in the third quarter with an apparent knee injury and did not return during Memphis' 81-72 win over Denver on Saturday night. Pondexter suffered a sprained MCL and will have an MRI on his knee Sunday, according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal. He finished with three points and a rebound in 16 minutes of playing time before departing.
Analysis: Pondexter's injury appears to be a serious issue as he was not able to put any weight on his leg while he was brought to the locker room. The 24-year-old returned to the bench Saturday after a one-game appearance in the starting lineup and his only made shot attempt was a 3-pointer. Pondexter normally averages 23.4 minutes per game but could be facing an extended layoff. Fantasy owners should keep tabs on his status.
News: Grizzlies small forward Quincy Pondexter took the start for Rudy Gay, who was not with the team due to personal reasons, Wednesday night against the 76ers. Pondexter didn't shoot well but scored 13 points on 3 of 10 shooting, including 3 of 8 from downtown, and drained all four of his free throws in a 99-89 defeat. He also chipped in with five rebounds, an assist and a steal in a season-high 39 minutes as a starter.
Analysis: Pondexter has logged in more than 30 minutes in a game for just the second time in December and is not known to log in that many minutes, especially behind Rudy Gay in the rotation. Gay should return to the team in time for their next game against the Nuggets Saturday night. The 24-year-old has marginal Fantasy value in deeper formats for now.
News: Memphis small forward Quincy Pondexter played 37 minutes off the bench on Tuesday night during an overtime win over the Suns. Pondexter only took nine shots but made them count as he hit four of them, including two 3-pointers, to score 16 points. He went 6 for 9 from the free throw line and added three rebounds, an assist and a steal.
Analysis: Pondexter does not usually see over 30 minutes in games, especially as he's averaging just 23 minutes per night on the year. He normally puts up minimal Fantasy statistics and we don't expect his performance Tuesday to become consistent anytime soon. The 24-year-old out of Washington has low-end Fantasy value at this time.
News: Memphis small forward Quincy Pondexter played well on Monday night in a win over Cleveland. Pondexter scored 10 points on 4 of 6 shooting over 22 minutes off the bench. He hit two 3-pointers in three attempts and added two boards and an assist.
Analysis: The 24-year-old out of Washington scored in double figures for the first time in a while on Monday night. Pondexter is not a consistent scoring threat off the bench for the Grizzlies, but he's a decent low-end source of 3-point shooting and steals. Still, his value only comes in the deepest of Fantasy leagues.
News: After scoring just four points over the first two games, Grizzlies guard Quincy Pondexter had his best performance of the young season Monday night against the Jazz. He scored 14 points in 22 minutes off the bench in the 103-94 win. He went 5 for 8 from the field, including making both of his attempts from downtown, and made 2 of 3 free throws. Pondexter also chipped in with two rebounds and an assist in the victory.
Analysis: Pondexter averaged just 3.5 points with 1.6 rebounds through his first two seasons in the NBA and poses minimal Fantasy appeal going forward. Continue to ignore him in all formats.
News: The Grizzlies picked up forward Quincy Pondexter's fourth-year option before Wednesday's season opener against the Clippers.
Analysis: Pondexter has averaged just 3.5 points with 1.6 rebounds so far in his career and poses minimal Fantasy appeal going forward. Continue to ignore him in all formats.
News: Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter had an MRI following his knee injury on Monday night, however prior to game time on Thursday against the Magic, coach Lionel Hollins told NBA.com all of his players were healthy for the finale, indicating that Pondexters injury was not serious.
Analysis: Pondexter is merely a reserve forward for the Grizzlies, who sees around 15-20 minutes per game. He is averaging just 4.3 points and 2.0 rebounds on the season, making him a player worth avoiding in all formats at this point in the season, even with the Grizzlies heading to the playoffs.
News: Grizzlies forward Quincy Pondexter left Monday night's contest against the Cavaliers with a left knee injury. Pondexter, who failed to score in the 109-101 win, is scheduled to have an MRI on Tuesday, according to coach Lionel Hollins.
Analysis: Pondexter is merely a reserve forward for the Grizzlies, who sees around 15-20 minutes per game. He is averaging just 4.3 points and 2.0 rebounds on the season, making him a player worth avoiding in all formats at this point in the season -- even when healthy.
News: Memphis forward Quincy Pondexter had a career-high eight rebounds on Wednesday night against Dallas. Pondexter shot 3 for 5 from the field, missing his lone attempt from downtown, and hit both his foul shots. He finished with eight points, one steal and an assist in his 21 minutes off the bench. Memphis would go on to win the game, 96-85.
Analysis: Pondexter has been getting around 13 minutes of action over his last five games. Considering he's not getting a lot of time, Pondexter is averaging a nice 6.3 points and 3.0 boards per contest. He continues to come off the bench for the Grizzlies, so his Fantasy value is extremely low. Pondexter can be left on waivers in the majority of leagues moving forward.
News: After failing to score in three straight games, Memphis guard Quincy Pondexter tallied a career-high 17 points against Minnesota on Wednesday night. "It's seizing the opportunity," said Pondexter, in his second season out of Washington. "I've been blessed enough to be given this position with Tony being out." Despite his poor showing, coach Lionnel Hollins gave Pondexter another shot. "Coach believed in me enough to do it," Pondexter said. "He could have given it to a lot of other players. For some reason, he believed in me, and I can't let him down." Pondexter shot 50 percent from the floor and hit both his foul shots. He added two assists and six rebounds in his 36 minutes on the court, helping his team get the 85-80 win.
Analysis: Pondexter finally stepped up for Memphis, but Tony Allen should be returning soon. Pondexter, who was dealt to Memphis from New Orleans just prior to the start of the season, may have bought himself more playing time after this nice outing, but only time will tell. Fantasy owners should leave Pondexter on waivers in the majority of formats.
News: Memphis guard Quincy Pondexter has been getting a bit more run lately as Sam Young has been falling out of the rotation lately. Pondexter saw 12 minutes of court time on Tuesday night against Denver. He shot 1 for 3 from the field and 1 for 2 at the foul line. Pondexter finished with three points, two steals and two boards in Memphis' 100-97 overtime win.
Analysis: Pondexter isn't doing much with this playing time, which is bad news in Fantasy leagues. Pondexter, who was dealt to Memphis from New Orleans just prior to the start of the season, had his option picked up for another year last week. But the fact remains, that Pondexter is only averaging 4.8 points and 2.8 boards per game over his last four outings. Fantasy owners should continue to ignore Pondexter moving forward.
News: The Grizzlies exercised their third-year option for G Quincy Pondexter, reports the Memphis Commercial Appeal. Pondexter, who was dealt to Memphis from New Orleans just prior to the start of the season, is averaging just 4.4 points and 2.1 rebounds for the Grizzlies through 16 games.
Analysis: Pondexter will be back in Memphis next year, although that doesn't really mean much to Fantasy owners at this point. The 23-year-old is seeing just under 15 minutes per game off the bench for coach Lionel Hollins, and he hasn't been able to do much with his restricted playing time. Unless Pondexter sees a major increase in minutes and production, he can be left on the waiver wire in all formats moving forward.
News: After scoring a season-high 14 points five games ago, Grizzlies F Quincy Pondexter has struggled to get it going again. He hasnt scored in double figures since that game, and he even failed to score at all in 16 minutes off the bench on Wednesday in a 93-87 win over his former team, the Hornets. He attempted three shots on the night, missing all of them while adding a rebound, assist and steal.
Analysis: Pondexter averaged 2.8 points per game last season with the Hornets as a rookie, and he has upped that to 4.8 per game this season. That is a very unimpressive total, however, one that leaves him pretty well useless in all Fantasy formats.
News: Grizzlies F Quincy Pondexter scored a season-high 14 points during Sunday night's 90-82 loss over the Lakers. Pondextrer shot 7 of 10 from the field in the defeat and also chipped in with four rebounds, while logging 18 minutes off the bench.
Analysis: Pondexter was dealt to the Grizzlies back on Christmas Eve, but has been used sparingly during his brief tenure in Memphis. The 18 minutes he logged on Sunday night were a season-high and the only reason he saw that much run was because the Lakers has a 20-plus point lead in the fourth quarter. Unless he sees a major increase in playing time or production, Pondexter should be left on the waiver wire in most formats heading into Fantasy Week 3 (Jan. 9-15).
News: Memphis G Quincy Pondexter finished with six points on 3 of 5 shooting from the field in Monday night's contest against the Spurs. Pondexter, who was traded from New Orleans on Christmas Eve, also chipped in with five rebounds in 17 minutes off the bench in the 95-82 victory.
Analysis: Pondexter was dealing with a knee injury during the preseason, but was able to play through it Monday night. However, his performance against the Spurs is likely what owners will see from the 23-year-old on most nights. Continue to ignore him in all Fantasy formats at this point in the season.
News: Yahoo.com is reporting that the Grizzlies have agreed to send G Greivis Vasquez to New Orleans for F Quincy Pondexter. Pondexter hurt his knee in the preseason finale, but the injury was not serious and he is expected to be ready for the season opener.
Analysis: Pondexter averaged 2.8 points per game in 66 games as a rookie, and likely was not going to be much of a Fantasy contributor for 2011-12 in New Orleans. Now, he's behind Rudy Gay in Memphis, which won't do much to improve his minutes. Continue to ignore him in all Fantasy formats on Draft Day.
News: Hornets F Quincy Pondexter, starting in place of Trevor Ariza, was in the midst of a 14-point, 12-rebound night when he injured his knee in the fourth quarter. Pondexter had played forty minutes at the time he was hurt.
Analysis: As of now, there is no indication of how serious the injury might be. Tests are going to be performed tomorrow and we should know more about his status after that. The hope is that the injury is not serious, but theres no way of knowing at this time. Pondexter averaged 2.8 points per game in 66 games as a rookie, and likely was not going to be much of a Fantasy contributor for 2011-12. Continue to ignore him in all Fantasy formats on Draft Day.
News: Hornets guard Quincy Pondexter was back in action in Tuesday night's game at Golden State. pondexter, who had missed the two previous games with an eye infection, played just nine minutes in the 102-89 loss. He made both of his shots attempts but finished with just four points in the defeat.
Analysis: Pondexter was able to get back on the court Tuesday, but again saw limited minutes. He continues to see around 10 a game, which severely limits his production. Pondexter remains only worth worrying about in long-term keeper leagues at the moment.
News: The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that Hornets SF Quincy Pondexter (eye infection) was back at practice Monday.
Analysis: Pondexter isn't getting a whole lot done in his rookie season, averaging just 2.6 points in 10.8 minutes a game. He remains only worth worrying about in long-term keeper leagues at the moment.
News: As expected, Hornets SF Quincy Pondexter was not available for Saturday's game against the Bulls because of the combination of a sprained ankle and conjunctivitis (an eye infection). Pondexter missed his third straight game with the issues.
Analysis: Pondexter wasn't expected to play heading into the matchup, and the Hornets are in no rush to bring him back now that Trevor Ariza is back in the lineup after he went through his own three-game hiatus with an ankle issue. Fantasy owners should continue to ignore the rookie in most formats, even when he returns to action.
News: Hornets SF Quincy Pondexter, who was diagnosed Friday with conjunctivitis, an eye infection, and sent home, is unlikely to play Saturday against Chicago, reports the New Orleans Times Picayune.
Analysis: With Trevor Ariza back, Pondexter wasn't expected to see much playing time anyway. He really does not need to be on anyone's Fantasy roster at the moment.
News: Hornets forward Quincy Pondexter was sent back to New Orleans on Friday, according to The Times Picayune. Pondexter missed Wednesday's game against New Jersey with a sore ankle, but was sent home after he was diagnosed with conjunctivitis, an eye infection. Coach Monty Williams said he did not know how long Pondexter will be sidelined for the Hornets.
Analysis: Pondexter had been getting more playing time with Trevor Ariza sidelined, but the veteran returned to the starting lineup on Friday. Pondexter is averaging just 2.6 points and 1.3 boards in his 44 games this season. Even when he's healthy, Pondexter isn't worth too much in any Fantasy format. Continue to ignore him.
News: New Orleans forward Quincy Pondexter missed Wednesday's game against New Jersey with a sore ankle. He had been seeing more action with Trevor Ariza out with a bad ankle and in a walking boot.
Analysis: Pondexter is averaging just 2.6 points and 1.3 boards in his 44 games this season. While the rookie has potential to grow with the Hornets, it's unlikely he'll get enough playing time down the stretch to become a Fantasy option. Owners should look elsewhere for help in the deepest of formats, as Pondexter isn't worth using just yet.
News: The New Orleans Times Picayune reports that Hornets F Trevor Ariza (ankle) was still wearing a protective boot on Sunday. He is not expected to play in Monday's game against Minnesota as a result. In Ariza's absence, Quincy Pondexter has started.
Analysis: Pondexter has been a placeholder in the starting lineup, but his production has been scarce. He did have 10 points, four boards, two steals and an assist in 27 minutes against the Thunder on Feb. 2, but managed no points, boards or assists in 15 minutes in a start against the Lakers on Feb. 5. Look elsewhere for potential stopgap measures.
News: New Orleans rookie forward Quincy Pondexter was effective in his limited time in Wednesday's loss to the Thunder. He notched a season-high (tied) 10 points on 4 of 7 shooting, including 1 of 1 from beyond the arc. Pondexter also tied a season-best mark by pulling down four rebounds while setting his mark in steals, managing two on the night. Pondexter also chipped in an assist in 27 minutes of action.
Analysis: Pondexter easily had his most productive night of the year, though he saw extra minutes after Trevor Ariza went down with an ankle injury. Still, he was one of the few bright-spots on a team that was the latest victim of Kevin Durant's scoring rampage. With Ariza out, Pondexter could continue to see more playing time. Monitor the injury status moving forward to see if the rookie is worth picking up in deeper leagues. If that is the case, Pondexter would be considered a marginal Fantasy option at best.
News: New Orleans forward Quincy Pondexter got his first start in the NBA on Friday night in Atlanta and scored his team's first five points of the game. He replaced the banged up Trevor Ariza in the lineup. Pondexter shot 3 for 6 from the field -- nailing his lone 3-pointer -- finishing with seven points. "Pondexter scored a couple of easy baskets early on," coach Larry Drew said. "That's a bad sign for us." He added three rebounds, two assists and one steal in his 28 minutes of action. The Hornets wouldn't need much out of their rookie as they beat the Hawks, 100-59.
Analysis: Coach Monty Williams has said he wants his rookie to get some confidence in his shot, and getting this start probably gave that confidence a boost. He's not used much for the Hornets, just 11 minutes an outing over his last five games. While he hasn't played much, Pondexter is efficient with his shot selection. He's gone 5 for 11 from the floor -- 3 for 5 from deep -- over that span. He's not worth grabbing off waiver wires just yet, but is worth monitoring in the deepest of Fantasy leagues. Pondexter can be ignored in most formats for now.
News: According to the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Hornets rookie forward Quincy Pondexter continues to be a work in progress. He's been backing up Trevor Ariza this season and plays with desire on the defensive end, but is still trying to find the range from the perimeter. "I think the biggest thing for a rookie is confidence,'' Hornets Coach Monty Williams said. "Some of these rookies get a chance to play in the summertime, so they have an idea if they can play against this kind of player. Some of these guys, when they get to the league, it's the first time they played against this many elite players -- and your confidence can be shot right off the jump. I think rookies either have it or they don't, and you either gain it or you lose it. There is no in between.'' The rookie has scored in double figures just once in 26 games and is averaging 2.7 points and 1.5 rebounds over those outings.
Analysis: Williams likes Pondexter's intensity on defense and his desire to get better on the offensive end. "Quincy is a guy that can guard at a couple of positions,'' Williams said. "He plays with energy, but like any rookie he has those lapses on the floor to get taken out of the game. He doesn't have the same room for error as the starters, and he's starting to understand that.'' Until Pondexter finds his niche and develops into a scoring threat, he's not worth much in Fantasy leagues. He can be ignored in the majority of formats.
News: Hornets rookie forward Quincy Pondexter has been playing more minutes recently, but isn't doing much with this opportunity. He scored just two points on a 1-for-3 shooting performance on Friday against the Thunder. He would grab one rebound and block a shot in his 11 minutes.
Analysis: Over his last five games, Pondexter is averaging 5.6 points and 1.4 boards per contest. While his numbers are improving, he's still not worth owning in any Fantasy league. Continue to ignore him.
News: Hornets rookie F Quincy Pondexter made his NBA debut on Saturday. He saw 11 minutes of action in a win over the Bucks and made the only shot he attempted, a three-pointer. Pondexter complimented the three points with two rebounds.
Analysis: Pondexter, the Washington product, has the potential to help the Hornets in several stat categories as the season progresses. Monitor his progress in the next few weeks and Fantasy owners could be looking at a sleeper-reserve in a best case scenario.
News: Hornets F Quincy Pondexter had a quality night in Saturday's preseason game against the Hawks. He scored 10 points while playing just under 36 minutes in the 84-74 loss. He went 3 of 6 from the field, including 1 for 2 from downtown, and made 3 of his 4 foul shots. Pondexter also chipped in with three rebounds, an assist and a steal in the defeat.
Analysis: Pondexter, the first-round pick out of Washington, had a career high in points on Saturday night and played his most minutes by far in the loss. The 6-foot-6, 225-pound wingman has some interesting skills and could be a solid contributor if he receives playing time as a rookie. Fantasy owners should keep an eye on Pondexter throughout the season to see what his worth will be. He should go undrafted on Draft Day but could be a viable option in category-based leagues later on in the year.