The Scoop:He's less than 100 percent healthy and faces the league's premier defense, so there's no incentive to gamble on him in fantasy leagues. He's averaging 5.2 points and 5.0 rebounds in Utah's last five games.
Jeremy Evans came off Utah's bench for four points, eight rebounds and two blocks in Sunday's road loss to the Pacers.
The Scoop:He was questionable to play due to a sprained ankle, but wound up giving another efficient performance in 20 minutes off the bench. Lines like this are the norm for Evans, so if you don't find it useful look elsewhere for waiver wire production.
The Scoop:Evans logged just 14 minutes in Utah's last game and he doesn't have enough fantasy upside to be worth gambling on at less than 100 percent. If he does sit out, his minutes will be absorbed by Alec Burks, Gordon Hayward, Richard Jefferson, Marvin Williams and Brandon Rush.