2014 Outlook: Porter's numbers at Georgetown last season hint at a player who should someday become a fantasy darling: 16.2 PPG, 1.4 3-PPG, 7.5 RPG, 2.7 APG, 1.8 SPG, 0.9 BPG, 48.0 FG% and 77.7 FT%. Getting his scoring up into the teens may take some time, in part due to John Wall and Bradley Beal taking a lot of shots, and partly he is a bit too passive. The good news is that even if the scoring doesn't come right away, Porter should chip in plenty of hustle stats and maintain good percentages. If his scoring develops quickly, he could make a run at rookie of the year.
2014 Outlook: When Ariza gets enough minutes, he is capable of banging down a lot of 3s and tallying a lot of steals. He had a couple of stretches like that last season, but with the addition of rookie Otto Porter Jr. and the re-signing of Martell Webster, Ariza may not have those stretches very often this time around.
2014 Outlook: Like a lot of sixth-man type players, Webster can be a fantasy factor when he gets enough minutes. For instance, he averaged 2.6 3-PPG over the months of February and March last season. His value this season will be tied directly to how quickly rookie Otto Porter Jr. gets up to speed. We doubt he will, but if Porter stumbles early on, Webster will be in position to help round out fantasy rosters as a 3-point specialist.