Roy Hibbert - Hibbert still hasn’t recovered from his shooting slump with averages of 41% (career 47% shooter) from the floor and 68% from the charity stripe for this season. However, he is still helping owners get by with 10 points, 8 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 2.7 blocks in 28 minutes. Throw an offer if you need a center because will continue to block shots and it's only a matter of time before his FG% comes up. His job is secure with no one there to replace him and it’s only a matter of time before he figures it out on the offensive end.
Joakim Noah - The window of opportunity is low on this one. With averages of 9 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal and 1.6 blocks over the last month, Noah is going to be hard to get. But it’s definitely worth a shot because he’s a proven to be an elite fantasy asset. You never know, some owners might be fed up with his poor field goal percentage (41% over the last month). If you’re going to make a move for Noah, make it fast because he’s bound to get his shot back.
Rudy Gay - It seems as if the trade rumors have stifled Gay’s performance on the court. Over the last month, Gay’s numbers were unimpressive with averages of 15.5 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.2 steals and 0.5 three-pointers on 41% shooting from the field. Don’t be discouraged by this slump as Gay is a great fantasy play for the rest of the season, especially if he’s wearing another jersey in March. Target him with confidence.
George Hill - If you couldn't get him while he was injured, there is still hope. With Granger expected to return early February, there is skepticism of the impact he will have on the Pacers lineup. Hill has been a headache while he was dealing with an injury and an illness, but now that he’s back, his averages will rise (he is shooting his lowest FG% since his rookie year). He is not a household name so his owner may be more willing to let him go...Remember that not too long ago Hill was returning third round value.