Neal was pretty much the only Wizard who shot the ball well Tuesday and is beginning to look like a solid "irrational confidence" guy off the bench. He's shooting 44 percent from 3-point range over his past five games, so if you're looking for a sharpshooter, Neal is probably available in most leagues.
Wall's scoring has really diminished as the season's gone along, as he's averaging just 14.3 points per game over eight games in November. The good thing is he's still in the top five in terms of assists per game at a shade over eight.
It was encouraging that Beal played the most minutes of any Wizards' player, but he's still trying to find his groove. Washington will need to him to find his stroke if they want to remain in the playoff hunt in the now competitive Eastern Conference.
Johnson will make his first start of the season Tuesday, as Paul Pierce is set to come off the bench. Pierce is likely coming off the bench due to the fact that it's the first game of a back-to-back set and the Clippers may want to limit his minutes. With that being said, look for Johnson to return to a bench role in Wednesday's matchup with the Pelicans.
Harris is simply taking the night off for rest and should be ready to return for the second of back-to-back games on Wednesday against the Spurs. With Harris sidelined, Raymond Felton and J.J. Barea could see extended minutes in the backcourt rotation.
Teague recently logged a three-game absence due to discomfort in his left ankle, but in his return to the lineup Saturday, he notched 13 points (3-12 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 5-5 FT), four assists, two steals, and one rebound in 26 minutes. Considering he fell short of his typical 30 minutes per outing, a larger workload could be in store for the Hawks' No. 1 point guard.
Stauskas departed Monday's loss to Minnesota with pain in his left knee, finishing with two points in just 12 minutes of action. Tuesday's MRI was mostly precautionary, but the results are a relief nonetheless, as Stauskas has avoided any sort of injury that would keep him out for an extended period. That said, considering the discomfort was enough to force him from Monday's game, Stauskas could miss a game or two in the short term. Philadelphia is off Tuesday before playing at Boston on Wednesday night.
The 76ers are scheduled to play the Pistons on Dec. 11, which will come on the second half of a back-to-back set. Wroten, who has been rehabbing his knee and participating in practices with the 76ers' D-League affiliate in Delaware, tore the ACL of his right knee last January. Because of the long recovery process, Wroten will more than likely be subjected to limited minutes once he's cleared to return to the 76ers. The Dec. 11 date that Wroten threw out shouldn't be taken as a given for his return date, but it would seem to align with coach Brett Brown's previous suggestion that the point guard will be ready to go by some point in December.
Terry moved into the starting five following the firing of Kevin McHale, and he's joined James Harden in the backcourt for the last three contests. That will continue Wednesday, as the Rockets continue to bring Ty Lawson off the bench. At age 38, Terry is primarily a spot-up shooter at this point in his career, so his value as a fantasy asset is rather limited.
Dellavedova came into the came nursing a sore left ankle that he acquired in Saturday's win over the Hawks, but he was able to shake off the injury, make the start, and turn in one of his most efficient performances of the season. In addition to making the most of his opportunities from downtown, Dellavedova posted at least nine assists and no turnovers for the second time this season, boosting his ratio to 4.3:1. Although he's just filling in as a starter until Mo Williams (ankle) is ready to return, Dellavedova should continue to see heavy minutes off the bench in the short term and provide decent value in deep leagues.