Justise Winslow managed to make a nice impact for the Heat as a rookie, but he didn’t really do much for Fantasy players. The 19-year-old never wanted for minutes, but he ended up averaging just 6.4 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 28.6 minutes per game, and didn’t really his production increase after Chris Bosh’s season-ending illness in the second half of the season. Winslow proved to be a strong rebounder for a wing, and his defense was a plus, but he is still trying to figure out how to make his impact felt on the box score. With Bosh unlikely to play this season and Dwyane Wade departed for Chicago, Winslow will get his chance, and he should be a popular breakout candidate as a result. However, given his lackluster production as a rookie, there is a chance he will struggle to make as much of an impact as you might hope, making him a risk in the middle rounds on Draft Day.

Source: CBS Sports Headlines / 2016 Outlook: Justise Winslow