Any team in need of a long range shooter should take a look at Cleveland guard Daniel Gibson.
A prolific three-point shooter throughout his five year career, Gibson remains the, most potent long range threat in Cleveland.
Over his past two games, Gibson has connected six times from beyond the arc, 22 times in 11 appearances and is shooting 50% from three-point range.
While his scoring production has slipped three points per game from a season ago, Gibson remains an effective shooter from the foul line and should see an increase in minutes with Anthony Parker’s struggles shooting from the field.
Gibson remains available in over 85% of Yahoo! fantasy basketball leagues.
As Cleveland travels to Charlotte this afternoon, Gibson would make a nice addition as the Bobcats are allowing opponents to shoot over 36% from three-point range, the fifth highest percentage in the league.