2014 Outlook: It took a little while for Wall to get up to full speed after missing the start of the season with a knee injury, but once fully healthy he took flight and ascended to his rightful spot as one of the bright young stars in the game. He just turned 23, so long as he can withstand the rigors of a full 82-game slate, he should be a fantasy beast as a scoring point guard, capable of topping 20 PPG and eight APG with good percentages and a fair number of steals. He's on the short list of players you can draft outside the first round but who might finish the season in the top 10.
2014 Outlook: It's basically shocking that Beal could score in the mid-teens with a quality FG percentage and a couple of 3-pointers per game as a 19-year-old kid, but that's exactly what he did as a rookie before a stress reaction ended things early. He should be fully over that injury before training camp and ready to build on his debut last season. The Wiz will continue to lean heavily on him as a scorer, which means 20 PPG and 2-plus 3s per game is not an unreasonable expectation if all goes well. He'll be one of the prime breakout candidates in any fantasy system.
2014 Outlook: Miller surprised many fantasy owners once again last season when he managed to provide solid fantasy value despite the presence of Ty Lawson in the Denver backcourt. Posting 9.6 points, 5.9 assists and 0.9 steals in 26.2 minutes per game, the 36-year-old veteran proved that he still has a little left in the tank. He'll continue to come off the bench to provide leadership to a young Nuggets team, but expect him to take on a lesser role this season as he'll battle with newly acquired Nate Robinson for minutes off the bench behind Lawson.
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.