» Khris Middleton, SF, Milwaukee Bucks (24.0 percent owned on ESPN.com):
Khris Middleton, the second year player out of Texas A&M, has had his ups and downs this season, but he’s been a steady source of offense for the Bucks over his last 16 games.
Middleton was the Detroit Pistons’ second round draft pick in 2012, but came over to Milwaukee as part of the Brandon Jennings trade this off-season. The rebuilding Bucks put him to work early on, but he has truly blossomed in the recent weeks.
Since February 1, the 22-year-old from Charleston, S.C. has scored 14.9 points, while contributing 2.2 treys and a steal per game.
The Bucks have a rare five-game slate in Week 20, and just like Jeff Adrien (who I highlighted earlier today), Middleton is a great pickup for owners interested in bulking up their game volume. With O.J. Mayo clearly in the doghouse after Saturday’s suspension, Middleton will likely see plenty of minutes for the foreseeable future.