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He won’t provide much else on the boxscore, but those looking for a scoring bunch that includes shots from long-distance, Miles could be the answer. Notables: Khris Middleton (SF – Mil), Mo Williams (PG – Min) Maybe say goodbye to… J.R. Smith (SG – NYK) – 21.9% owned: The timeline on a return from Smith’s foot injury still remains unclear even after he’s missed nearly two weeks because of it. The emergence of Tim Hardaway Jr. in his absence could further cut into Smith’s value when he comes back. Even before his injury, Smith’s output was extremely inconsistent, resulting in 41 per cent shooting and only 10.3 points per game. Those looking for scoring shouldn’t wait for Smith’s return and can look at other options. Corey Brewer (SF - Hou) – 20.4% owned: His trade to Houston moved Brewer from a starting role in Minnesota to the bench. While he has yet to suit up for the Rockets, there is no chance, barring injury, that he will start on this team. 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