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Fantasy women's basketball - Liz Loza's risers and fallers - ESPN

The only constant in sports (and life) is change. While consistency is key to a winning strategy, the ebb and flow of production often can't be avoided.

Tracking the endless ups and downs over 40 games and nearly four months can become a heady operation. Segmenting the journey, however, into weekly updates allows managers to live (and play) in the now.

That's exactly what my Risers and Fallers column aims to accomplish, as we utilize ESPN's metrics database for a deeper look at the numbers.

Despite failing to clear 20 minutes at any point during her rookie season in 2023, Siegrist flashed signs of potential when coming off the bench at various points. The Villanova standout has since built upon those performances, earned a starting role and averaging 37 minutes per contest since May 25.

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Siegrist has recorded double-digit points in every game during that span while also logging at least 20 fantasy points in five of her past seven outings. The 24-year-old has additionally registered at least three boards and a total of four treys (including a buzzer-beater last Sunday) during her past three outings. With Natasha Howard (foot) expected to sit until July and Satou Sabally (shoulder) sidelined through mid-August, Siegrist figures to retain a prominent role on the team. Fantasy managers can consider her a likely top-35 producer through the end of the month.

Hayes announced her retirement from professional basketball in December of last year… but then the Aces called, and now she's back! Dealing with a short-handed roster and intent on securing a third consecutive title, Vegas wooed Hayes (who spent a

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