Fantasy Basketball Box Score Breakouts, 11/14/09

Ryan Lester@LestersLegendsSenior Writer INovember 15, 2009

CHICAGO - NOVEMBER 03:  Brandon Jennings #3 of the Milwaukee Bucks brings the ball upcourt against the Chicago Bulls at the United Center on November 3, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois. The Bulls defeated the Bucks 83-81. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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Here’s a look at some fantasy basketball players that blew up the box score last night, but before we get started check out this week's NBA schedule as you prepare to set your fantasy rosters (click here to see the article ).

Bobby Brown, New Orleans Hornets : 23 minutes, 13 points, 6-13 FG, one three-pointer, two rebounds, seven assists, three turnovers. Bobby led the Hornets in assists in the first game without Chris Paul. He should be a decent play while CP3 is out.

Will Bynum, Detroit Pistons : 31 minutes, 20 points, 6-13 FG, 8-9 FT, eight rebounds, six assists, three turnovers. Bynum is one of four capable scorers on the Pistons while Rip Hamilton is out, so he'll get plenty of looks.

Earl Boykins, Washington Wizards : 31 minutes, 20 points, 7-12 FG, 5-5 FT, one three-pointer, one rebound, three assists, four turnovers. Not a bad debut for the Wizards, but he won't get many opportunities when Randy Foye returns.

Eric Maynor, Utah Jazz: 41 minutes, 24 points, 9-16 FG, 6-7 FT, three rebounds, four assists, one steal, three turnovers. Another gem for Maynor. He certainly earned a spot in the rotation when Deron Williams returns.

J.J. Hickson, Cleveland Cavaliers: 38 minutes, 20 points, 7-13 FG, 6-7 FT, four rebounds, two assists, two turnovers. Second straight strong showing for Hickson. Looks like he could be added to fantasy rosters in deep leagues.

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Trenton Hassell, New Jersey Nets: 44 minutes, 17 points, 5-12 FG, 7-7 FT, six rebounds, one assist, one steal, one turnover. Hassell's averaging 12.6 points per game over his last five. He's also averaging 42.2 minutes over that span. He's actually worth adding as a short-term fix in deep leagues while the Nets get healthy .

Udonis Haslem, Miami Heat: 39 minutes, 28 points, 12-20 FG, 4-4 FT, 12 rebounds, two assists, one turnover. Haslem is a 11 point, 10 rebound guy. Why would he explode last night? Because I played him naturally. In all seriousness, Haslem is a must-own in most formats.

Brad Miller, Chicago Bulls: 29 minutes, 14 points, 5-9 FG, 4-4 FT, seven rebounds, three assists, one steal, two turnovers. Nice game for the big man, but he's been very inconsistent even with Tyrus Thomas out.

Ryan Hollins, Minnesota Timberwolves: 30 minutes, 15 points, 7-9 FG, 1-1 FT, eight rebounds, three assists. Hollins had a big game while Al Jefferson attended to personal matters. Don't expect this performance to be routine.

Luc Richard Mbah aMoute, Milwaukee Bucks: 38 minutes, eight points, 3-5 FG, 1-2 FT, one three-pointer, 12 rebounds, three assists, two steals, three turnovers. Nice rebound total, but it came against the Warriors so don't put too much stock in it.

Charlie Bell, Milwaukee Bucks: 39 minutes, 14 points, 4-9 FG, 4-5 FT, two three-pointers, four rebounds, six assists, one steal, one turnover. He played Golden State, don't weight this performance heavily.

George Hill, San Antonio Spurs: 32 minutes, 18 points, 7-12 FG, 2-2 FT, two three-pointers, two rebounds, three steals, one turnovers. Hill has been playing well of late, but this game was impressive considering Tony Parker and Tim Duncan returned.

I typically don't cover players who are widely owned, but Brandon Jennings ' 55-point outburst, even against Golden State, was ridiculous.

Originally published at LestersLegends.com .

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