NBA Fantasy: Week Five Observations
1. Carlos Boozer
He's playing like an All-Star. Boozer is averaging 20 points, 10.6 rebounds, 1.1 steals, and shooting 55 percent from the field. He is setting career highs in minutes (35 per game) FT percentage (82.7), and assists (3.4). He has scored at least 20 points in seven of his past eight games and is playing his way into first-round fantasy value.
2. Marcus Camby
His stock is rising. Camby is 10th in the NBA in boards (10.2) and fourth in blocks (2.06). Over the past four games he is averaging 12.5 points, 15.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 2.5 steals, and 3.0 blocks.
3. Tim Duncan
Sell high. Duncan has scored 20-plus points in seven of his past eight games. He is fifth in the NBA with 10.8 rebounds and sixth with 1.92 blocks per game. He also is shooting 76 percent from the foul line, his best since the 1999-00 season.
4. Monta Ellis
Ellis is on fire: He is ninth in the NBA in scoring with 23.1 points per game. He scored 34, 37, and 42 points in his three games before his most recent versus the Blazers. His scoring outburst can be attributed to the Warriors being shorthanded. On the season, he averages 39.3 minutes per game, which is sixth in the league. Ellis is also second in the NBA with 2.4 steals per game.
5. Mike Dunleavy
He's back. Dunleavy played his first game of the season last Friday versus the Mavs. He scored 13 points, and recorded a steal, a block, and a three-pointer. He will be limited to around 20 minutes per game, but will have fantasy impact once he gets into game shape.
Steve Nash leads the NBA with 12.1 assists per game. Dwight Howard leads the league with 12.4 rebounds per game. The Magic are 14-4, Suns are 14-3, Nets are 0-17.
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