The big names didn't create a lot of movement at the top of the rankings this week, and because of that, there are minimal changes among the top 10, but that doesn't mean there aren't a few notable players on the move.
Larry Nance Jr. (75) might be the biggest, thanks to Monday's breakout game, as he stepped into Cleveland's starting lineup and put up 22 points, 15 rebounds and a pair of steals in 32 minutes against Detroit. If he continues to play well, he could remain amongst the starters once Tristan Thompson returns in a few weeks.
Another notable move up the rankings this week is Jrue Holiday, who leapfrogs Chris Paul, Kemba Walker and Andre Drummond to the No. 14 spot after a fantastic stretch of offense. During his past five games, Holiday has averaged 28.0 PPG, 5.0 RPG, 6.4 APG and 1.6 3PG while making 57.4 percent of his shots.
Paul Millsap settles in at No. 72 after working his way up to right around 25 minutes a night in his three games since returning from injury. The veteran is already playing well and contributing as not only a scorer and rebounder but also a passer and defender. If his minutes keep increasing and he shows he's able to hold up, he has top-50 upside during the remainder of the fantasy season.
On the flip side, Dwight Howard's reduced minutes cause him to slide to No. 59 after he cracked the top 30 last week, and Portland's Jusuf Nurkic falls to 73 for the same reason. Nurkic averaged only 24.0 MPG his past five games.
Michael Beasley also continues to slide, coming in at 98 this week after failing to reach double-digits in shot attempts during four of his past five games and averaging only 7.4 points and 4.8 rebounds in that span. Another week like this, and Beasley will be lucky to be on this list in the coming weeks.