The Golden State Warriors' Anthony Morrow Returns and Other Week 17 Pickups

Hot Stove New YorkSenior Writer IFebruary 16, 2010

Week 17 (Feb. 15-21)

Teams playing four games: Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Golden State, Houston, Memphis, Miami, Minnesota, New Jersey, Phoenix, Sacramento, Utah

Teams playing three games: Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Denver, Indiana, L.A. Clippers, Milwaukee, New Orleans, New York, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland, San Antonio, Toronto, Washington

Teams playing two games: L.A. Lakers

Anthony Morrow (Warriors)- Morrow has returned after missing 12 games due to a knee injury. He has scored 33 and 26 points over his past two games and has played 45 and 48 minutes. He is a great source for three-pointers.

Daequan Cook (Heat)- Cook has 27 points over his last two games including five three-pointers, making him a great source for threes as well. He played 24 and 21 minutes in that span.

Chris Richard (Bulls)- Richard was signed to his second 10-day contract due to Joakim Noah being sidelined with an injury. Richard has played in at least 20 minutes in two of his past three games and is averaging one block on the season.

JaVale McGee (Wizards)- McGee could see more minutes with Brendan Haywood being traded to the Mavs. Mcgee is a great source for blocks.

Honorable mention: Craig Smith (Clippers)

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