2017 Outlook: He's not a perfect player, but he had himself a very nice 2015 campaign that comes with plenty of room for growth. He was one of five players (DeMarcus Cousins, Pau Gasol, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Anthony Davis being the others) that averaged a double double in points and rebounds while shooting over 70-percent from the free throw line, giving him a higher floor in 2016 than 21-year-olds typically come with. The 42.9-percent shooting from the floor was very disappointing, but it's hard to label that a shot selection issue as over 68-percent of his attempts came inside of eight feet. It's difficult to explain why he converted only 50.5-percent of those opportunities, and even a respectable figure in that department would result in a significant rise in point production. He also challenged the Top 10 at his position in assists, giving him a nice well-rounded game that is valuable on any fantasy roster.
2017 Outlook: All of the basketball world criticized the Lakers about this signing, and while that may not be unjustified, it doesn't mean that his fantasy stock should be overlooked. Mozgov is going to start this season and should have every opportunity to produce the best fantasy season of his career.