Benched players great buy-low options

Ben Gordon, O.J. Mayo, Tyrus Thomas waiting for opportunity to bust out again

Updated: December 7, 2010, 1:50 PM ET
By Tom Carpenter | Special to ESPN.com

In a sense, every player is just one coach's decision away from fantasy relevance, because just about anyone can put up stats if given enough touches and minutes. A great example of this is Jerry Stackhouse, who somehow averaged 29.8 points per game for the Detroit Pistons during the 2000-01 season, despite shooting 40 percent (that season and for his career). How do you score nearly 30 points each night when you shoot that poorly? Stackhouse did it because his coach, George Irvine, gave him 24 ...

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