Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports
Fantasy basketball owners love players who can distribute numbers across multiple categories, and that's something New York Knicks point guard Jason Kidd has been doing for 18 years.
Starting in place of the injured Iman Shumpert, Kidd and Raymond Felton have established a chemistry that has led the Knicks to a brilliant 18-5 start to the season, as well as some surprising numbers.
Kidd has been a beneficiary of the Knicks' impeccable ball movement and floor spacing, as he's hit his stride from beyond the arc.
Kidd is shooting a career-high 48 percent from three-point range in his first season with the Knicks, which has helped contribute to his output of 11.1 points per 36 minutes.
In addition to some steady scoring, Kidd has been dishing out 4.9 dimes per game to go with 4.7 rebounds.
Kidd's ownership has jumped 26.5 percent in the last week (per ESPN.com), so owners who have been plagued by injuries at the point guard position would be wise to snag the Knicks' versatile guard.