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Week 15's nearly halfway through, and Wednesday's 10 games will tip-off between 7 and 10 p.m. ET. Roto league fantasy managers might be realizing that their team is falling short in specific categories ahead of Thursday's two-game slate. Need a helping hand to help your odds at taking home a win? We've identified some players who could provide immediate support ahead of the weekend.

Here are three category boosters worth considering adding to your roster in Week 15.

Steals

Otto Porter Jr., GSW (39% rostered)

Draymond Green's absence has helped Porter flex his defensive talents in January. The Warriors swingman is back in the starting lineup after taking a backseat to Jonathan Kuminga and is racking up steals at a high rate. Porter's averaging 1.8 steals this month and has amassed 21 steals over his last 12 games. Only seven players can top that mark his January total. 

3-pointers/3-point percentage

Justin Holiday, SF, IND (38% rostered)

Holiday's offensive contributions have grown with each month, and he's reached a new season-high average of 12.9 points per game in January. The sharpshooting wing has had to pick up some slack because of Malcolm Brogdon's (Achilles) health issues and has provided long-range support effectively. Holiday's attempted five more triples (91) than Luka Doncic this month and converted 16 more than the Mavericks superstar. He's shooting better than 40 percent from beyond the arc in the new year and is well worth a look for fantasy managers who lack quality shooters.

Rebounds

Bismack Biyombo, C, PHO (19% rostered)

Biyombo has averaged 14.6 points and 9.6 rebounds over his last five games and notched three double-doubles during that stretch. Deandre Ayton and JaVale McGee won't play in Wednesday's matchup against the Jazz, so the big man could be poised to crack double-digits in rebounds again in his upcoming midweek matchup. Chris Paul's floor manipulation has made Biyombo a legitimate threat, and he'll have all the exposure necessary to be productive against a Jazz team that won't have Rudy Gobert.