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Week 14 Fantasy Trade Value Chart

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As we reach the halfway point of the season, I retooled the trade chart a bit and added some players that have received 10-day contracts, and others who have shined over the last three weeks. Guys like Kendall Marshall, Darren Collison, D.J. Augustin, Ryan Kelly, Jodie Meeks, John Henson and Terrence Jones should all be treated as solid trade chips, especially if you're lacking depth.

LeBron James was also dethroned from the top spot by Kevin Durant, and that should be no surprise. Durant has been filthy since Russell Westbrook underwent knee surgery in late December. Since Westbrook's departure, Durant is averaging 36.5 points, 7.2 rebounds, 5.6 assists and 1.4 steals while shooting 52.4 percent from the field, and 39.8 percent from downtown over 15 games (as of Saturday). This should serve as another reminder that we all would love to trade for an elite talent like James and Durant, but the price is always unreasonably high, and it typically never happens.

Disgruntled players (Andrew Bynum, Metta World Peace and Andre Miller), and injured players (Eric Bledsoe and Ryan Anderson) have been removed from this installment of the trade chart. Keep an eye on where Bynum and Miller land.

I'd also like to take the time and offer you some great buy-low trade candidates to get you going for the final months of the Fantasy season. We've reached the point where Fantasy owners may have grown impatient with Miami's season-long maintenance program with Dwyane Wade, making him the 17th most traded player last week.

As of Saturday, Wade has played in 31 of Miami's 44 games this season, which means he's only played in approximately 70 percent of the games. But what has driven owners crazy is that there hasn't been much of a pattern with his days of rest, which may have already cost some owners in head-to-head formats. Though his scoring has been down to its lowest since his first season out of Marqutte, some may not realize Wade has remained relatively productive when healthy, averaging 18.9 points, 4.8 rebounds and 4.7 assists per game this season. In fact, his 54.0 percent shooting -- and 42.1 percent from downtown -- are a career-best, granted he has taken less shots. He is averaging 20.4 points, 5.2 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 1.9 steals per 36 minutes, which is nearly identical to last season's numbers (outside of PPG). Over the last five weeks, Wade has gone from being started in 90 percent of CBSSports.com standard league to just 48 percent in Week 13 (Jan. 20-26).

Another player that has been often traded as of late is Ricky Rubio, which doesn't make too much sense because he's never been a prolific scorer. Rubio was only limited to 57 games last season, averaging 12.9 points on 36.0 percent shooting from the field and 23.3 percent from 3-point land. This season, he has played 42 games but his scoring has taken a dip, as he's averaging a career-low 9.8 points on 35.4 percent shooting, and a career-best 36.6 percent from downtown. In addition, Rubio has also remained somewhat productive outside of his scoring, as he is on pace for career bests in assists (9.4), boards (5.3) and steals (3.1). It's also worth noting that 23-year-old Spaniard still has a ton of room for improvement, and has never played more than 57 games in a season. Barring an injury, he'll easily break that this season.

So what can you get for Wade and Rubio? Well, I'm glad you asked. Here are some trades that went down involving Hawes in actual CBSSports.com leagues.

Dwyane Wade and Greg Monroe for Andre Drummond and Tyreke Evans: This is a perfect example of an owner overreacting. Evans hasn't necessarily been the healthiest of players in Fantasy and has only played six more games than Wade. I'd give the edge to Wade and Monroe here, especially if you have another option to replace the rebounds you'll lose with Drummond.

Ricky Rubio for Rudy Gay: This is a trade that I actually don't have much of an issue with. Although his shooting percentage has improved, Gay's rebounds have taken a dip since he joined Sacramento. He averaged 19.4 points, 7.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists while shooting 38.8 percent from the field through 18 games with Toronto. In 21 games with Sacramento, Gay has scored 20.1 points on 52.3 percent shooting from the field. He has also averaged 4.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists over that span.

Dwyane Wade for Derrick Favors: This is another deal with which I don't have many issues, especially if you have the frontcourt depth to replace Favors, and vice-versa. Favors had been dealing with a hip injury last week, but did not miss much playing time. Favors would only get the slight edge because of health, but I'd give this transaction a push.

Name H2H ROTO Name H2H ROTO Name H2H ROTO
Kevin Durant 43 49 Bradley Beal 17 17 Marco Belinelli 11 13
LeBron James 42 49 Rajon Rondo 16 16 Andray Blatche 11 12
LaMarcus Aldridge 40 44 Thaddeus Young 16 18 Greivis Vasquez 11 12
Kevin Love 39 44 Jordan Crawford 16 17 Michael Kidd-Gillchrist 11 12
Stephen Curry 38 44 Jrue Holliday 16 17 Randy Foye 11 12
Blake Griffin 37 38 Manu Ginobili 16 17 Jarrett Jack 11 11
Chris Paul 36 40 Kobe Bryant 16 17 WIlson Chandler 11 11
John Wall 35 34 Jamal Crawford 16 16 Martell Webster 11 11
DeMarcus Cousins 34 34 Gerald Henderson 16 16 O.J. Mayo 11 11
Carmelo Anthony 34 34 Victor Oladipo 16 16 Corey Brewer 11 10
Dwight Howard 33 34 Anderson Varejao 15 18 James Anderson 10 10
Damian Lillard 32 30 Terrence Jones 15 17 DeJuan Blair 10 10
James Harden 31 32 Reggie Jackson 15 17 Al-Farouq Aminu 10 10
Anthony Davis 31 33 Kemba Walker 15 17 Richard Jefferson 10 9
Paul George 31 31 Kendall Marshall 15 17 Norris Cole 10 9
Al Jefferson 31 29 Luol Deng 15 17 Kirk Hinrich 9 10
Kyrie Irving 30 32 Jeff Green 15 16 Nate Robinson 9 10
Dirk Nowitzki 30 30 Eric Gordon 15 16 Iman Shumpert 9 10
Ty Lawson 29 30 Jared Sullinger 15 16 Rodney Stuckey 8 12
Monta Ellis 29 29 Joe Johnson 15 16 Jeremy Lamb 8 10
David Lee 28 29 Carlos Boozer 15 16 J.J. Barea 8 10
Kyle Lowry 28 28 Andrew Bogut 15 16 Boris Diaw 8 9
Jeff Teague 28 28 Josh McRoberts 15 15 Harrison Barnes 8 9
Joakim Noah 27 28 Trevor Ariza 15 15 Shaun Livingston 8 9
Nicolas Batum 27 28 JJ Hickson 15 15 Wesley Johnson 8 9
Paul Millsap 27 28 Nick Young 15 15 Timofey Mozgov 8 9
DeMar DeRozan 27 27 Darren Collison 15 15 Marcus Morris 8 8
Pau Gasol 26 32 Avery Bradley 15 14 Kris Humphries 7 11
Isaiah Thomas 26 26 Tyreke Evans 14 17 Ray Allen 7 10
Goran Dragic 26 26 Robin Lopez 14 16 Kosta Koufos 7 9
Mike Conley 26 26 Brandon Knight 14 16 Jason Thompson 7 9
Brandon Jennings 25 26 Nene 14 16 Jared Dudley 7 7
Tim Duncan 25 27 Tyson Chandler 14 15 Luis Scola 7 7
Ricky Rubio 25 24 Paul Pierce 14 15 Giannis Antetokounmpo 6 11
Zach Randolph 24 28 Alec Burks 14 14 JaVale McGee 6 11
Tony Parker 24 25 Shawn Marion 14 14 J.J. Redick 6 11
Rudy Gay 24 25 Jodie Meeks 14 14 Gerald Wallace 6 11
Nikola Pekovic 24 25 Kawhi Leonard 14 14 Tiago Splitter 6 10
Gordon Hayward 24 24 Markieff Morris 14 14 Samuel Dalembert 6 9
Arron Afflalo 24 24 Amir Johnson 13 17 Maurice Harkless 6 9
Josh Smith 23 23 Channing Frye 13 15 Patrick Beverley 6 9
Andre Drummond 22 25 Brandon Bass 13 14 Lou Williams 6 9
Spencer Hawes 22 24 Taj Gibson 13 14 Amar'e Stoudemire 6 9
Lance Stephenson 22 23 Trey Burke 13 14 Steve Blake 6 7
Chandler Parsons 21 23 Mo Williams 13 14 Tobias Harris 6 7
Chris Bosh 21 23 Kyle Korver 13 14 Danny Green 6 7
Greg Monroe 21 22 Mario Chalmers 13 14 Ben McLemore 6 7
Klay Thompson 20 22 Ramon Sessions 13 14 Marvin Williams 6 6
Marc Gasol 20 22 Vince Carter 13 13 Derrick Williams 6 6
Nikola Vucevic 20 22 Miles Plumlee 13 13 Ersan Ilyasova 6 6
Derrick Favors 20 22 John Henson 13 13 Kelly Olynyk 6 6
Jameer Nelson 20 21 D.J. Augustin 13 13 Xavier Henry 5 6
Dwyane Wade 20 22 Andrea Bargnani 13 13 Jae Crowder 5 6
David West 20 21 Jonas Valanciunas 12 15 Andrew Nicholson 5 6
Russell Westbrook 19 23 Andre Iguodala 12 14 Ed Davis 5 6
Roy Hibbert 19 23 Kenneth Faried 12 14 Caron Butler 5 5
Michael Carter-Williams 19 22 George Hill 12 13 Jordan Farmar 5 5
Serge Ibaka 19 21 Jimmy Butler 12 13 Larry Sanders 4 7
Jose Calderon 19 20 P.J. Tucker 12 13 Cody Zeller 4 6
Marcin Gortat 19 20 Enes Kanter 12 13 Cartier Martin 4 6
DeAndre Jordan 18 22 Glen Davis 12 13 Andrei Kirilenko 4 6
Kevin Martin 18 20 J.R. Smith 12 13 Bismack Biyombo 4 5
Evan Turner 18 19 Dion Waiters 12 12 Nate Wolters 4 5
Tristan Thompson 17 20 Raymond Felton 12 12 Matt Barnes 4 5
Deron Williams 17 19 Mike Dunleavy 12 12 Marcus Thornton 4 5
Jeremy Lin 17 18 Tony Wroten 12 12 Michael Beasley 4 4
Wesley Matthews 17 18 Jordan Hill 12 12 Thomas Robinson 4 4
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