Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sport
Kris Humphries, Boston Celtics (Last 30 days statistics: 10.5 PPG (points per game), 7.5 RPG (rebounds per game), 1.5 BPG (blocks per game), 52.0 FG %, 89.7 FT %): Humphries is quietly emerging as a solid producer of rebounds and is a potential double threat. Plus, you have to like what he compiles in terms of percentages. He remains just 14.0 percent owned in ESPN leagues.
Terrence Ross, Toronto Raptors (Last 30 days statistics: 11.0 PPG, 2.7 3PM (three-pointers made per game), 1.0 SPG (steals per game), 41.6 FG %, 91.7 FT %): Since the Rudy Gay trade, Ross is receiving regular minutes, and he's more than capable of piecing together quality scoring nights featuring numerous threes. However, you'll only want to snag him if your league is deep, since some off nights are to be expected from the youngster.
Glen Davis, Orlando Magic (Last 30 days statistics: 14.6 PPG, 7.8 RPG, 0.9 SPG, 44.7 FG %, 67.9 FT %): Davis can be a good source of points and rebounds if you need them in your frontcourt. Keep in mind, though, that he shoots poor percentages and won't generate many blocks for you. With that said, he should have ample opportunities to showcase his skills for the lowly Magic.
Jimmy Butler, Chicago Bulls (Season statistics: 12.5 PPG, 4.3 RPG, 1.1 3PM, 1.8 SPG, 0.7 BPG, 38.4 FG %, 77.6 FT %): Butler will log hefty minutes for Chicago as long as he's healthy (recently notched 60—yes, 60—in a triple-overtime victory against Orlando). His value is seen in his ability to provide defensive numbers, as well as 10-plus PPG on the offensive end. Unfortunately, you'll have to live with an ugly field-goal percentage.
Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks (Last 30 days statistics: 8.0 PPG, 5.7 RPG, 2.5 APG (assists per game), 0.9 SPG, 0.9 BPG, 42.7 FG %, 79.5 FT %): The "Greek Freak" could be an absolute monster in a couple years, and he's still worth monitoring in the here and now. He's worth attention primarily because he's a guard who can nab you decent rebounds as well as nearly a steal and a block per game. Plus, the Bucks should be content to give the rookie sufficient playing time since they're not in the playoff hunt.