Bogdan Bogdanovic has come out strong after returning from a knee injury and should be rostered everywhere, according to Steve Alexander.
STEVE ALEXANDER: The Atlanta Hawks are off to a 3 and 0 start in April and went 9 and 4 in March. And a big part of the reason why, it's been the strong play of Bogdan Bogdanovic since he returned from a broken kneecap on March 2. Bogi rattled off three straight 20-point games against the Suns, Spurs, and Pelicans before falling to a 10-point performance against the Warriors on Sunday.
But Bogdanovic played 33 minutes in that game and hit three three-pointers with five assists and two steals. And over his last four games, he's averaging 21.5 points, 4.8 rebounds, 5.8 assists, 2.0 steals, 0.8 blocks, and 4.3 three-pointers per game. He's rendered Kevin Huerter useless for the Hawks, and Lou Williams is spending most of his time at point guard.
Cam Reddish could hurt Bogdanovic once he's finally back from his Achilles injury, but, for now, Bogi appears to be locked and loaded for a suddenly powerful Hawks team. He should be rostered in every fantasy league in existence.