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Week 10 (Dec. 28-Jan. 3)

Teams playing four games: Charlotte, Cleveland, Indiana, L.A. Lakers, Minnesota, New York, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Sacramento, San Antonio
Teams playing three games: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Golden State, Houston, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, New Jersey, New Orleans, Orlando, Phoenix, Portland, Toronto, Utah, Washington
Teams playing two games: Detroit, L.A. Clippers

Tony Allen (Celtics)- Allen has started the past two games for an injured Paul Pierce. He is averaging 13 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals in these games. Her played in a season high 39 minutes against the Clippers yesterday.

Yi Jianlian (Nets)- Yi has posted two solid games since he has returned from an injury. Before returning this past week the last time he saw action was on November 3rd. He has looked sharp averaging  18.5 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 three-pointers against the Timberwolves and Rockets. His 36 minutes vs. Houston was the most he has played since opening night.

Keyon Dooling (Nets)- Dooling is played extending minutes due to Rafer Alston missing games with a back injury.He has averaged 11.5 points, 5 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 1 steal over his past two games. He played in a season high 26 minutes against the Rockets on Saturday.

Luther Head (Pacers)- Head has played in at least 20 minutes over his past three games. The Pacers have lost 6 straight games which means more playing time for him towards the end of games. He scored a season 19 points last Saturday which included 4 three-pointers.

DeAndre Jordan (Clippers)- Jordan started his first game of the season yesterday for an injured Marcus Camby (knee). Jordan played in a season high 35 minutes and had 8 rebounds, 3 blocks and 1 steal. If Camby misses more games than Jordan he should be an immediate pickup because of his defensive ability.

Honorable mention: Jeff Pendergraph (Blazers)

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