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Daniel Dobish January 19, 2013 11:14PM EDT
The Los Angeles Clippers have a five-game week schedule, while the Dallas Mavericks and Denver Nuggets have just two games slated for the upcoming scoring period. You have to love cumulative leagues sometimes. Fantasy owners might be sent scrambling for replacements, as you need to roll with guys on teams with at least four games in the week, and bench everyone on the Mavs and Nuggets. If you’re fortunate enough to be in a Rotisserie format, or league which averages points per game in a scoring period, then this doesn’t apply to you.

The Clippers have a slew of players dotting Fantasy rosters. Even in a three- or four-game week, you would have PG Chris Paul and PF Blake Griffin active, but everyone debates from week-to-week whether to use PG Eric Bledsoe, SG Jamal Crawford, PF/C DeAndre Jordan, SF Matt Barnes, SF Caron Butler, PF Lamar Odom, etc. The answer this week is a resounding yes, to everyone of them.

Chris Paul is back from injury just in time for a five-game week. Photo Credit: Who's the Bet?

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