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Week 18 Fantasy Trade Value Chart

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Trade season has officially come to an end, and although we didn't see any big-name players shipped off to new teams, owners should be concerned with the new roles of some mid-tier players, as well as with teams that are ready start focusing on their lottery chances moving forward. It may be time to part ways with several players who were dealt before the trade deadline.

Pau Gasol, C, Lakers: Gasol was the face of this trade season before Indiana's move at the buzzer. The Lakers and Suns failed to come to terms on a deal before the deadline, which left Gasol in Los Angeles for the remainder of the season. The Lakers are in rebuilding mode and Gasol is expected to be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season, which to me, suggests that any injury concern could keep him out for a decent amount of time. For example, a recent groin injury kept him out for seven games, including the All-Star break. Had Gasol been playing for a contender (like Phoenix), he probably would've rushed back to action. Although Gasol is enjoying a bounce-back season, averaging a double-double -- 17.0 points and 10.2 rebounds -- through 44 games, I wouldn't hesitate to trade him in Fantasy.

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Spencer Hawes, C, Cavaliers: Hawes' new role with the Cavaliers will prove to be a tricky one for Fantasy owners, especially early on. He will likely get the starting nod while Anderson Varejao is sidelined with a back injury, but Fantasy owners should keep an eye on the situation. Varejao will probably bump Hawes down to the bench, which will weaken his Fantasy value. I'd be in a rush to trade Hawes as soon as possible, even if he plays well early on as a starter.

Evan Turner, F/Lavoy Allen, F, Pacers: Turner was struggling as of late, shooting just 37.3 percent from the floor over his last five games before the trade, which is approximately five percent below his season average. However, that won't be the greatest concern for him in Indiana. Turner was a starter in Philadelphia, so his role will significantly change coming off the bench for Lance Stephenson in Indiana. Expect his minutes and points per game to drop moving forward, which will significantly hurt his trade stock. As for Allen, he wasn't really Fantasy relevant in Philadelphia, so don't expect him to do much in Indiana.

Danny Granger, F, 76ers: It's not as if Granger was making a huge impact off the bench for Indiana this season, so the trade wasn't as surprising as some made it out to be. Granger, owned in 74 percent of CBSSports.com Fantasy leagues, was off to a slow start in his first season back from knee surgery, averaging only 8.3 points, 3.6 boards and 1.1 assists through 29 games. 2011-12 Granger isn't walking through that door, but he could bounce back in the second half of the season, as long as he stays in Philadelphia. The 76ers play a fast-paced, high-scoring style of basketball, which could be what Granger needs to get back on track. However, there has been talk of a potential buyout, which would leave a chance for a contender to swoop in and sign him for the rest of the season. Keep an eye on his status for now. If he stays with the 76ers, his trade stock will increase a bit, but if he heads to a contender, expect the same we've seen out of him in the first half of the season.

Byron Mullens, C, 76ers: My colleague Chris Towers said it best on deadline day: as gross as it sounds, Mullens is worth adding in most 12-team formats. Mullens was barely used by the Clippers this season, appearing in 27 of Los Angeles' first 56 games this season, averaging 2.5 points and 1.2 rebounds in 6.2 minutes per contest. The 76ers shipped Lavoy Allen to Indiana, which leaves Mullens as the starting center for the remainder of the season. As we mentioned before, the 76ers are a fast-paced team on offense, so he'll get a fair share of opportunities to significantly increase his numbers, giving him some decent trade value moving forward.

Tobias Harris, F/Glen Davis, C, Magic: More than anything that happened during the trade deadline, the buyout of Davis' contract is probably going to impact Fantasy owners the most. Before he combined for just two points in his last two games in Orlando, Davis played reasonably well leading up to the All-Star break. He was averaging 12.1 points and 6.3 rebounds while shooting 45.3 percent from the floor in 45 games before the trade. Unfortunately, he'll now latch on with a contender (most likely with the Clippers) and will likely come off the bench, practically killing whatever trade value he had alone. Like the Mullens situation in Philadelphia, Harris will see a significant boost in his improved role with the Magic, which makes his trade value as high as it's ever been this season. After averaging 4.9 points in the first half of last season with Milwaukee, Harris was traded to Orlando and showed signs of consistency. He averaged 17.3 points and 8.5 rebounds while doubling up nine times through 27 games last season with Orlando. He is averaging 13.9 points and 7.5 boards with just six double-doubles through 35 games this season. He'll benefit the most from the departure of Davis. Expect a similar second half out of Harris again this season.

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Kevin Durant 44 49 Manu Ginobili 16 17 Jordan Hill 12 12
LeBron James 43 49 Jrue Holliday 16 17 Raymond Felton 11 12
Kevin Love 40 45 Rajon Rondo 16 16 Enes Kanter 11 12
Blake Griffin 40 44 Evan Turner 16 16 Marco Belinelli 11 13
Stephen Curry 39 44 Jamal Crawford 16 16 Andray Blatche 11 12
LaMarcus Aldridge 38 44 Gerald Henderson 16 16 Greivis Vasquez 11 12
Chris Paul 37 42 Victor Oladipo 16 16 Michael Kidd-Gillchrist 11 12
John Wall 36 34 Reggie Jackson 16 16 Jarrett Jack 11 11
Carmelo Anthony 35 34 Kemba Walker 15 17 WIlson Chandler 11 11
DeMarcus Cousins 34 34 Kendall Marshall 15 17 Martell Webster 11 11
Dwight Howard 33 34 Luol Deng 15 17 O.J. Mayo 11 11
Damian Lillard 32 30 Kevin Martin 15 16 Byron Mullens 11 11
James Harden 31 32 Jeff Green 15 16 Corey Brewer 11 10
Anthony Davis 31 33 Eric Gordon 15 16 James Anderson 10 10
Paul George 31 31 Jared Sullinger 15 16 DeJuan Blair 10 10
Al Jefferson 31 29 Joe Johnson 15 16 Al-Farouq Aminu 10 10
Kyrie Irving 30 32 Carlos Boozer 15 16 Glen Davis 10 10
Dirk Nowitzki 30 30 Andrew Bogut 15 16 Richard Jefferson 10 9
David Lee 28 29 Terrence Jones 15 15 Norris Cole 10 9
Monta Ellis 27 29 Josh McRoberts 15 15 Kirk Hinrich 9 10
Joakim Noah 28 29 Trevor Ariza 15 15 Marreese Speights 9 10
Kyle Lowry 28 28 JJ Hickson 15 15 Steve Blake 9 9
Ty Lawson 27 29 Avery Bradley 15 14 Rodney Stuckey 8 12
Jeff Teague 27 28 Tyreke Evans 14 17 Jeremy Lamb 8 10
Nicolas Batum 27 28 Robin Lopez 14 16 J.J. Barea 8 10
Paul Millsap 27 28 Spencer Hawes 14 16 Boris Diaw 8 9
DeMar DeRozan 27 27 Brandon Knight 14 16 Harrison Barnes 8 9
Pau Gasol 26 32 Nene 14 16 Shaun Livingston 8 9
Isaiah Thomas 26 26 Tyson Chandler 14 15 Wesley Johnson 8 9
Goran Dragic 26 26 Paul Pierce 14 15 Timofey Mozgov 8 9
Mike Conley 26 26 Darren Collison 14 15 Marcus Morris 8 8
Brandon Jennings 25 26 Alec Burks 14 14 Iman Shumpert 8 8
Tim Duncan 25 27 Shawn Marion 14 14 Kris Humphries 7 11
Ricky Rubio 25 24 Jodie Meeks 14 14 Ray Allen 7 10
Zach Randolph 24 28 Gerald Green 14 14 Kosta Koufos 7 9
Rudy Gay 24 25 Markieff Morris 14 14 Jason Thompson 7 9
Gordon Hayward 24 24 Andre Iguodala 14 14 Jared Dudley 7 7
Arron Afflalo 24 24 Tobias Harris 14 14 Luis Scola 7 7
Josh Smith 23 23 Amir Johnson 13 17 Giannis Antetokounmpo 6 11
Andre Drummond 22 25 Channing Frye 13 15 J.J. Redick 6 11
Nikola Pekovic 22 24 Anderson Varejao 13 15 Gerald Wallace 6 11
Tony Parker 22 23 Brandon Bass 13 14 Tiago Splitter 6 10
Lance Stephenson 22 23 Taj Gibson 13 14 Samuel Dalembert 6 9
Chandler Parsons 21 23 Trey Burke 13 14 Maurice Harkless 6 9
Chris Bosh 21 23 Mo Williams 13 14 Patrick Beverley 6 9
Greg Monroe 20 22 Kyle Korver 13 14 Lou Williams 6 9
Klay Thompson 20 22 Mario Chalmers 13 14 Nick Calathes 6 9
Marc Gasol 20 22 Ramon Sessions 13 14 Amar'e Stoudemire 6 9
Nikola Vucevic 20 22 Kawhi Leonard 13 14 Danny Green 6 7
Jameer Nelson 20 21 Kobe Bryant 13 14 Ben McLemore 6 7
David West 20 21 Jonas Valanciunas 13 14 Marvin Williams 6 6
Roy Hibbert 19 23 Chris Kaman 13 14 Derrick Williams 6 6
Michael Carter-Williams 19 22 Vince Carter 13 13 Ersan Ilyasova 6 6
Derrick Favors 19 21 Miles Plumlee 13 13 Kelly Olynyk 6 6
Dwyane Wade 19 21 John Henson 13 13 Xavier Henry 5 6
Serge Ibaka 19 21 D.J. Augustin 13 13 Jae Crowder 5 6
Jose Calderon 19 20 Andrea Bargnani 13 13 Andrew Nicholson 5 6
Marcin Gortat 19 20 Dion Waiters 13 13 Larry Sanders 4 7
Russell Westbrook 18 22 Randy Foye 13 13 Cody Zeller 4 6
DeAndre Jordan 18 22 Kenneth Faried 12 14 Cartier Martin 4 6
Tristan Thompson 17 20 George Hill 12 13 Andrei Kirilenko 4 6
Deron Williams 17 19 Jimmy Butler 12 13 Bismack Biyombo 4 5
Jeremy Lin 17 18 P.J. Tucker 12 13 Nate Wolters 4 5
Wesley Matthews 17 18 J.R. Smith 12 13 Matt Barnes 4 5
Bradley Beal 17 18 Mike Dunleavy 12 12 Marcus Thornton 4 5
Thaddeus Young 17 17 Nick Young 12 12 Michael Beasley 4 4
Jordan Crawford 16 17 Tony Wroten 12 12 Steve Nash 4 4

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by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/18/2015) Spurs forward Matt Bonner (calf) and center Tiago Splitter (calf) are listed as questionable for Sunday's opening round game against the Clippers Sunday, the team announced Saturday. 

Bonner missed the final two games of the season with the injury while Splitter was out for the last six. The Spurs are currently 1-point underdogs against the Clippers.


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Afflalo missed the final three games of the regular season with the injury. If he is unable to go, CJ McCollum would likely fill in. Also listed on the injury report are Alonzo Gee (foot) as questionable, McCollum (ankle), Nicolas Batum (knee) and Chris Kaman (back) as probable.

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Evans, who underwent minor right knee surgery last May, exited with 5:16 remaining in the first half and was taken back to the locker room and was ruled out for the remainder of the game. He scored one point and grabbed one rebound before leaving the game. His return remains uncertain.

Evans said after the game he "felt a little pop" in his knee after a tangle for a loose ball, according to ESPN.com. He is scheduled for an MRI later Saturday.

Evans averaged 16.6 points, 6.6 assists and 5.3 rebounds per game in the regular season. He shot 44.7 percent from the field and 30.4 percent from downtown in 79 games.


Hawks' Budenholzer on Mike Scott: 'We expect him to be available'
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(4/18/2015) Hawks forward Mike Scott practiced again on Friday, and is expected to play in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against Brooklyn on Sunday, Mike Budenholzer told reporters, per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

"We expect him to be available," Budenholzer said.

Scott missed the last game of the regular season with a back injury. He averaged 7.8 points and 2.9 rebounds over 68 regular-season games.

Atlanta is a 10-point home favorite against Brooklyn, per VegasInsider.com.


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(4/18/2015) Suns point guard Brandon Knight underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle on Friday, according to Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic.

The Bucks traded Knight to the Suns in a three-team trade, which also involved the 76ers sending Michael Carter-Williams to the Bucks before this season's trade deadline. The injury kept him to 11 games after the Suns acquired him Feb. 19.

Knight averaged 17.8 points, 5.4 assists and 4.3 rebounds while shooting 43.5 percent from the field and 40.9 percent from downtown in 52 games with Milwaukee. In his 11 games for Phoenix, Knight averaged 13.4 points, 4.5 assists and 2.1 rebounds while shooting 35.7 percent from the floor and 31.3 percent from 3-point range.


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(4/18/2015) Mavericks' Chandler Parsons (knee) is expected to reclaim his customary starting small forward spot for Game 1 of Western Conference Quarterfinals at Houston on Saturday, per the team's official website.

Parsons missed the last six games of the regular season with a knee injury. Parsons joined the Mavericks in the offseason after the Rockets failed to match the offer sheet submitted by the Dallas. He averaged 15.7 points and 4.9 rebounds in 66 games with Dallas this season.

"This series is much bigger than me going back there. It’s about us winning four games before they do," Parsons said.


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(4/17/2015) Grizzlies forward Jeff Green is considered questionable for Game 1 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Trail Blazers on Sunday, the team announced.

Green is dealing with tightness in his lower back. Green has been bothered by a back issue for most of April, but it did not cause him to miss any of the last regular-season games.

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Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving not concerned about hip injury
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(4/17/2015) Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving said he wasn't worried about the sore right hip that bothered him at the end of the regular season.

"No. No. It's not any concern," Irving said, per Cleveland.com. "I feel pretty good right now." 

"I thought he was fine in the last game Wednesday against Washington, with limited minutes of course," head coach David Blatt agreed. "And he looked great in practice today. So I believe he'll be 100 percent come Sunday."


 
 
 
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