There is a scientific theory that says that statistically, every person has roughly six doppelgangers out there. If you are unfamiliar with the term, a doppelganger is a biologically unrelated person with an uncanny resemblance to another person. Whether you believe the theory or not, we can safely say that Steve Kerr has only five more doppelgangers to find…

No this is not an edited version of Steve Kerr wearing different clothes, it is indeed a separate human being that attended the latest Warriors game and obviously piqued the interest of the cameras. The similarity is amazing and it gets even better, as the person in question is also named Steve, and is an English teacher and volleyball coach in San Francisco.

Before diving to the fantasy suggestions, a big shout out to my second favorite player currently in the NBA, for this amazing game winning block against the Pacers

Check out his head easily hitting the rim from the amazing jump. Love his commitment to winning and I believe he is destined for great things if he stays healthy. His competitiveness reminds me of a certain someone I have as an avatar picture, but I will stop before becoming more blasphemous.

Regarding last week’s suggestions, I can safely say that it was a successful one, as both Kelly Olynyk and Vasilije Micic had excellent performances and are must roster in my book for the rest of the season. Andre Drummond was also serviceable, if uninspiring in his performances, while Dorian Finney-Smith took maximum advantage of the schedule, played all 5 games during the past week and accumulated 61 points, 14 triples, 25 rebounds, proving that schedule can be the deciding factor in playoff weeks. You can safely drop him now that the Nets have less games moving forward, but he more than did his part.


Jock Landale: Alperen Sengun suffered what appeared to be a scare injury in the Rockets win at Sacramento and had to leave the arena on a wheelchair. Fortunately, the latest reports suggest that he has “only” suffered a grade3 ankle sprain but that obviously ends his regular season. The next man up is Jock Landale, who played starter minutes in the first game without Sengun, despite not starting, and accumulated 11 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals and a block. He can be a valuable streamer if he maintains a 26-28 minute role and I have full confidence that he will, so go ahead and add him in all leagues while he is still available (38% owned).

Corey Kispert: Injuries have started piling up in the Wizards’ frontcourt with both Marvin Bagley and Richaun Holmes sidelined and that led to an unexpected beneficiary in Corey Kispert. He has started both of the last 2 games and is taking and making his triples, providing a boost in scoring and percentages. He still remains a low usage player but the Wizards need his spacing capabilities so give him a look for the 3 games Washington have remaining this week (24% owned).

Not-Injured Charlotte Hornets: The Hornets have 3 more games remaining this week so their few players that are not injured or “injured” are prime candidates for streaming, like Vasilije Micic who was included in last week’s article. Apart from him, Nick Richards is a great option for big man stats and has been a steady top120 contributor since starting for Charlotte. He is still available in half of Yahoo leagues (54% owned), so take advantage of that if you need a rebounding, blocks or fg% boost. Grant Williams (28% owned) and Davis Bertans (12% owned) are two more interesting names to consider and are more available than Richards. Bertans can be a valuable triples streamer, while Williams can provide modest contributions but across the board so proceed based on your team needs.