James Anderson scored 17 points on 7-of-12 shooting (including three treys) with two rebounds, three assists and a steal in Monday's loss to the Knicks.
Anderson has been a late-round value since the trade deadline and has actually eclipsed the top-100 over the last two weeks. Behind Thad Young and Michael Carter-Williams he is the clear third option for fantasy owners in Philly.
Tony Wroten scored 23 points on 8-of-18 shooting (7-of-8 FTs) with five rebounds, three assists and five turnovers in 29 minutes off the bench on Monday.
Wroten didn't hit a three but if he's not going to shoot owners out of their weekly matchups then he's get big upside. Of course, his bad shooting isn't going to change overnight and altogether he's a low-end, late-round value in 8-cat formats over the past two weeks. In 9-cat formats his 3.0 giveaways per game has sunk his value unless you're punting, obviously.
Andrea Bargnani sad he still has soreness in his elbow and he could miss the rest of the season.
One of the team-friendly reports coming out from the New York Post was that Bargnani could return two weeks after the All Star break, but that was probably smoke to make the Knicks appear less desperate for a power forward. There is no official timetable for his return and he's probably done for the year at this rate.