We're nearly halfway through Week 17 and like always, Roto league Fantasy managers will be looking to improve the weak points of their teams ahead of the weekend. While trades are sure to affect the impact of certain players in the near future,  players whose situations haven't been changed by significant personnel adjustments still have value. Need help getting more 3s, rebounds, and blocks?

Here are three category boosters worth considering adding to your roster in Week 17.

3-pointers/3-point percentage

Malik Beasley, SG, MIN (52% rostered)

Beasley's taken a step back as a Fantasy asset since last season but is tearing it up in February. The Timberwolves wing is averaging 17.8 points while shooting 64.5 percent from range on 7.8 attempts per game this month. Beasley scored at least 20 points in his second consecutive game on Tuesday with Patrick Beverley and D'Angelo Russell active. He's made a league-high 20 3-pointers over his past four outings.


Mason Plumlee, C, CHA (47% rostered)

Plumlee's playing time decreased in November and December, but he appears to be a vital part of the center rotation again. He's averaging a season-high 28.3 minutes per game in February and has grabbed 44 rebounds across four contests. While Plumlee's scoring average of 6.8 points this month is nothing to get excited about, he's logged three-consecutive multi-steal games and can help on the defensive end as well. 


JaVale McGee, PHO (17% rostered)

Deandre Ayton is still getting his legs under him, and McGee's been able to reclaim his backup center spot from Bismack Biyombo. McGee has thrived as a rim protector and has put together four multi-block performances in his past five games. He might not be able to keep up his averages of 10.8 points and 7.2 rebounds on 70.6 percent shooting in February, but Fantasy managers probably won't get that production from any other player whose rostership is under 20 percent. Only Anthony Davis and Robert Williams have blocked more shots this month.