We're only two weeks into the 2013-14 fantasy basketball season, but it's never too early to take stock of who's overperforming and who's underperforming compared to their average draft position.
You shouldn't be making panic moves just because some of your players have gotten off to a slow start. There's still plenty of time for them to turn it around before your season is lost, so don't go dropping Al Jefferson or Deron Williams outright.
For your overperformers, on the other hand, it's time to assess whether you believe their hot starts to be a mirage or sustainable. If it's the former, now's the time to sell high on those players before they come plummeting back to Earth.
Here, you can check out five players whose stocks have risen since the beginning of the season and five players whose stocks have plummeted.