The departure of Kevin Durant leaves a massive hole in the lineup and offense for the Thunder, and that could lead to a lot of Fantasy value up and down the roster. The key for Fantasy players will be identifying the correct candidates, and Anthony Morrow certainly could be one. One of the best pure shooters in the league, Morrow could prove invaluable on a team that lost one of the best scorers in NBA history, and that could be enough to push him into Fantasy relevant territory. Of course, Morrow really doesn’t do anything but shoot 3-pointers, which has always been the main thing holding him back as a player, and it limits his appeal in Fantasy, too. Still, he averaged 12.7 points with 2.6 3-pointers in 25.0 minutes per game after the All-Star break in 2014-15 when Durant was injured, and could be worth a look in the later rounds as a 3-point specialist on Draft Day.
Source: CBS Sports Headlines / 2016 Outlook: Anthony Morrow