Matthews had his shot working again on Saturday, when he drained 7 of 11 tries from 3-point range and tied a season-high with 26 points to lead the Mavericks past Chicago.
Analysis: Matthews was 1 of 11 from beyond the arc two nights ago, but he's still connecting at a 46.3 percent rate during a four-game stretch in which he's averaged 21.8 points. He's shooting 43.8 percent from 3 at home this season, compared to a 31.3 percent mark on the road.
Barnes posted 22 points and five rebounds to help the Mavericks defeat Chicago on Saturday.
Analysis: Barnes hasn't been scoring at quite the rate he was earlier in the season, though his averages of 17.7 points and six rebounds over the last nine games are nothing fantasy owners can gripe about.
Butler continued his recent scoring binge with 26 points and nine rebounds in the Bulls' 107-82 loss at Dallas on Saturday.
Analysis: The Bulls may be an erratic team, but Butler has been ultra-consistent. He's now logged 20 or more points in 13 consecutive games. The All-Star guard has been particularly prolific of late, averaging 29.2 points, 6.7 rebounds and 4.3 assists over his last six outings.
Lillard wasn't at his best Saturday, though he still managed 19 points and six assists in the Blazers' win over Miami despite finishing 6 of 19 from the field.
Analysis: The Portland star was due for a drop-off after averaging 30.3 points on 51.3 percent shooting along with 9.3 assists over his previous four games. One so-so performance is certainly no cause for concern.
Booker finished with 21 points and five assists Saturday.
Analysis: The second-year guard remains wildly inconsistent. Over his last nine games, he's scored more than 20 points in four of them - averaging 26.3 - but he's failed to top 13 points in the other five.
Bledsoe had 27 points, hitting five 3-pointers, to go with five steals, five rebounds and four assists Saturday.
Analysis: The absence of T.J. Warren (head injury) has been a boost to Bledsoe's fantasy stock. In the seven games since Warren has missed, Bledsoe is averaging 24.1 points, 6.6 rebounds and 5.9 assists.
McCollum recorded 17 points along with four rebounds and four assists in Portland's 99-92 win over Miami on Saturday.
Analysis: McCollum's shot has been a bit off over the past two games, as he's 3 for 11 from 3-point range while totaling 36 points during that span. He's still been a low-risk player from a fantasy standpoint, having scored at least 16 points in 18 of the Blazers' first 21 games.
Whiteside put forth another dominant performance in Saturday's loss at Portland, in which the Miami center amassed 28 points on 12-of-16 shooting, pulled down 16 rebounds and blocked five shots.
Analysis: The league's leader in rebounding (14.9/gm), Whiteside produced his 16th double-double in 20 games this season. He's now had at least 25 points and 16 boards in three of Miami's last four contests.
Durant didn't have a big game Saturday but was very unselfish and efficient. He had eight assists and attempted a season-low seven field goals, hitting five, while making all nine of his free throws to finish with 20 points.
Analysis: It was Durant's fewest field-goal attempts since 2009. He's among the NBA leaders at 56.2 percent from the floor.
Dragic nearly had a triple-double in Saturday's loss at Portland, recording 18 points, a season-high nine rebounds and eight assists.
Analysis: Dragic has been on fire since returning from a two-game absence caused by an elbow injury, averaging 22 points and 9.5 assists over a four-game stretch. He should continue to receive plenty of opportunities on a Miami team that lacks great talent and is dealing with several key injuries.