Ramon Sessions‘ game isn’t exciting, but he remains a productive backup point guard as he enters his 30’s. Sessions appeared in 82 games with the Wizards last season, all but five of them off the bench, and averaged 9.9 points and 2.9 assists per game in 20.3 minutes. He is perfectly capable of stepping in as the starter if need be, but he is best utilized off the bench, where he can attack undermanned second units, drawing free throws and getting to the rim. He should fill that role for the Hornets this season, after signing a two-year deal this offseason, and Fantasy players should expect more of the same from the veteran. He is worth a look in the later rounds of deeper leagues on Draft Day.
Source: CBS Sports Headlines / 2016 Outlook: Ramon Sessions