With injuries, lineup changes and other roster moves affecting playing time, it is important to keep your fantasy lineup up-to-date. Vans Old Skool Sale . Here are some under-the-radar players to take a look at to fill in the final spots on your team, as well as some who no longer warrant ownership. Take a look at… Chris Kaman (C – Por) – 11.9% owned: Despite putting up respectable numbers as a backup, Kaman will suddenly be thrust into the starting lineup after centre Robin Lopez reportedly fractured his hand and could be out for up to a month. He becomes a must-own player on a very good Portland team, who sit atop the Northwest Division with a 19-6 record. The veteran should see upticks in his averages with Lopez out. CJ Watson (PG – Ind) – 7.1% owned: Since making his season debut just over two weeks ago, Watson has steadily inserted himself into the Pacers rotation. He was named a starter three games ago and has put up double digit points in all of those contests. Those looking for a starting point guard who may still be available on the wire should take a look at snagging Watson. He provides a solid shooting percentage and grabs a few steals to go along with the assists. Shabazz Muhammad (SF – Min) – 11.8% owned: Aside from a dud against Philadelphia, Muhammad has been able to consistently put up double digits coming off the bench for the Timberwolves. This includes tying his career-high 28 points in Sundays game against the Lakers. While he wont provide much else aside from scoring and a few rebounds, Muhammad seems to have been able to find his niche in the rotation, at least until Kevin Martin returns from a fractured wrist. Hes also been shooting a blistering 50.2% this season. Shawne Williams (SF/PF – Mia) – 5.4% owned: The journeyman emerged earlier in the season as a starter for the Heat, providing three-pointers and rebounds as a stretch power forward. With news coming out of Miami of Josh McRoberts possible season-ending surgery and Chris Boshs suddenly concerning calf strain, Williams is worth another shot in fantasy leagues as Miamis offence, especially up front, is quickly depleted. Notables: Patrick Patterson (PF – Tor), Mareese Speights (PF/C – GSW), Donatas Montejunas (PF – Hou) Maybe say goodbye to… Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (SG – Det) – 9.7 % owned: Already shooting a paltry 38% from the field, Caldwell-Pope isnt doing much better from the free throw line either (67%). His scoring inconsistencies could be excused before, but now that the Pistons prized free-agent signing Jodie Meeks has returned to the team, Caldwell-Popes tenure in the starting lineup should be coming to a close. Meeks has averaged 12.7 points in his three games and has been chipping away at the second year mans minutes. Ed Davis (PF/C – LAL) – 11.6% owned: Despite starting the Lakers last six games, Davis has averaged under six rebounds and points per game and has frequently sat in favour of ex-starter Carlos Boozer. He showed some early season promise as a big man off the bench for Los Angeles, but that has disappeared. To top it off, Davis scored zero points in 23 minutes in Mondays loss to Indiana. Greivis Vasquez (PG – Tor) – 7.9% owned: Expected to fill in on offence after DeMar DeRozans injury, Vasquez was swapped out of the starting lineup in Dwane Caseys attempt for a more defensive presence. Lou Williams has already taken a lot of Vasquezs minutes this season, and rightfully so. The Venezuelan has struggled shooting the ball all season, especially over the last five games (33%). Owners who were expecting three-pointers from him should also be disappointed. Brandan Wright (PF/C – Dal) – 14.8% owned: Even though his minutes have remained relatively consistent, Wright has seen his numbers drop across the board. He has failed to score in double digits in his last ten contests. While Wright still can provide some blocks and steals, even those have disappeared on some nights. He is no longer worth a spot in a fantasy lineup as a backup big. Notables: Mirza Teletovic (SF/PF - Bkn), Josh McRoberts (PF/C –Mia), Nene (PF – Was) Vans Sk8 Hi Sale . The moves were the first punitive steps taken by the Dolphins since a report on the NFLs investigation of the case was released last week. Investigators found that guard Richie Incognito and two teammates engaged in persistent harassment directed at tackle Jonathan Martin, another offensive lineman and an assistant trainer. Vans Sk8 Low Sale . Left-handed reliever Boone Logan agreed to a $16.5 million, three-year contract on Friday, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.The Toronto Blue Jays are in an unfamiliar position. With just over two months to go in the season, the Jays hold the second Wild Card spot, are 2 1/2 games behind the A.L. East-leading Baltimore Orioles and have a very realistic chance at making the postseason for the first time since 1993. But they also have holes - and injuries - in their lineup that could easily lead to the drought continuing for another year. With MLBs non-waiver trade deadline on Thursday, Blue Jays fans will be seeking additions of some sort for the stretch run. Realistically, general manager Alex Anthopoulos wont be able to pick up everything on his wish list. So the question is - what do the Blue Jays need the most in order to make the best possible run for the playoffs? Second Base With injuries to Brett Lawrie, Edwin Encarnacion and Adam Lind, the Jays have had to run with a makeshift infield for the last little while, especially at second base. On Monday, Toronto picked up third baseman Danny Valencia, a player known for hitting lefties well over his career. Valencia has experience at second base as well, joining the likes of Munenori Kawasaki, Steve Tolleson and Ryan Goins, who have helped man the position for much of the season. With Lawrie (and the others) presumably close to returning, the Jays could keep the Canadian at third and continue with a platoon situation at second, or have Valencia play the hot corner while Lawrie jumps over to second which he did for a short stint earlier this season. There have been reports that the Blue Jays have shown interest in Asdrubal Cabrera of the Cleveland Indians, as well as the Arizona Diamondbacks Martin Prado and former Jay Aaron Hill. Is the return of Lawrie and the addition of Valencia enough for the Toronto infield, or should they get more? Starting Pitching You can never have enough starting pitching. The early season debate on whether it would be a good iidea to deal Marcus Stroman for a veteran arm may seem unrealistic at this point as the rookie has arguably become the ace of the staff. Cheap Vans SK8. . R.A. Dickey, Mark Buehrle (who hasnt won a game since June 1), Drew Hutchison and J.A. Happ have all had peaks and valleys to their seasons. The injured Brandon Morrow is still a little ways away from returning and when he does, it will likely be as a reliever. Aaron Sanchez, 22, has been sharp in his two appearances from the bullpen, but John Gibbons and the Jays brass has given no indication theyll use him in a starting role this season. So does Toronto need to add a starting hurler? Jon Lester and David Price have been rumoured to be on the market, but its unlikely the Rays or Red Sox would trade within their division unless the Blue Jays come up with an incredible offer. Toronto may have to set their bar a little lower if they want to add to the rotation. Bullpen The Blue Jays bullpen hasnt been horrible this year, but it also hasnt been to the level of a season ago. Steve Delabar was an All-Star in 2013, but has spent much of 2014 with the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons. Brett Cecil has seen an increase in his earned run average from last year and Sergio Santos never found his stride before being designated for assignment last week. Overall, Toronto has the fourth-worst reliever ERA in all of the majors at 4.37 and is tied for 10th in home runs allowed with 30. Casey Janssen, Aaron Loup, Todd Redmond and most recently Sanchez have been bright spots, but a playoff team can never have enough pitching depth. Antonio Bastardo of the Philadelphia Phillies is one player reportedly on the Jays radar. Are there any other areas on the diamond Toronto should consider investing in? What do the Blue Jays need the most in order to make the best possible run for the playoffs? As always, its Your! Call. ' ' '