This article is part of our In-Season Strategy series.
Week 5 has an interesting wrinkle, with the Suns on a five-game week. Make sure to keep an eye out for Phoenix players on your waiver wire, especially Dario Saric. The Pacers, Grizzlies and Magic have only a pair of games, so exercise caution before automatically slotting players from those teams into your starting five.
Here's the full breakdown:
Team with five games: PHX
Teams with four games: BKN, CHA, CHI, CLE, DAL, HOU, LAC, MIL, NOP, NYK, POR, SAN, UTA
Teams with three games: ATL, BOS, DEN, DET, GSW, LAL, MIA, MIN, OKC, PHI, SAC, TOR, WAS
Teams with two games: IND, MEM, ORL
Who is worth starting, and who is worth sitting?
Consider starting: Tomas Satoransky, CHI
Opponents: MIL, DET, MIA, @CHA
Though the backcourt situation for the Bulls is seemingly in flux – Satoransky, Coby White and Kris Dunn all seeing action – that doesn't mean there isn't Fantasy value to be had. Satoransky has been a top-65 Fantasy player over the past two weeks in eight-category formats, seeing 26.4 minutes per game and averaging 10.7 points, 5.7 assists, 3.4 rebounds and 1.4 steals. He's a low-usage player, but he shoots the ball efficiently and contributes enough across the box score to be useful in roto formats, especially on a four-game week. It's possible he's available on the waiver wire, and he could be worth picking up to stream for Week 5, even in 12-team leagues.
Consider sitting: Ja Morant,