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The schedule offers no easy answers this week. The first two weeks of the season featured enough scheduling quirks -- the Spurs playing twice as many games as most of the league in Week 1, or the Kings playing five games in Week 2 -- that a lot of your lineup decisions were made for you.

That isn't really the case in Week 3 (Nov. 7-13). No team has five games this week, while about half of the league plays four games. The only things of note on the schedule are that the Bucks and Mavericks play just two games. You can still easily play Giannis Antetokounmpo this week, but guys like Greg Monroe, Jabari Parker, Wesley Matthews, Harrison Barnes and Dirk Nowitzki are probably worth leaving on your bench for better options.

Beyond that, there isn't much to look at. The Rockets play the Spurs twice, but play at such a hectic pace that it isn't likely to affect them too much. The Pelicans have a nice schedule filled with what should be some very fast-paced games, and the Warriors have a fantastic schedule on the way, so they should get nice bumps in value.

So, if the schedule can't tell us much this week, we can talk about other things. Specifically, whether or not, after two weeks and about five games per team, you should be starting to panic. In short, you should not.

To go a bit deeper in that, it probably all depends on who is struggling and, more importantly, how they are struggling. Take those Warriors, for instance; you might not be viewing Klay Thompson as the must-start guy you thought he would be coming into the season. His scoring has dipped to 15.8 points per game, the lowest it has been since he was a rookie, despite actually seeing an increase in playing time. Thompson isn't a scoring-only player, but he doesn't exactly fill the box score up, especially when he is contributing just 1.5 3-pointers per game.

However, you absolutely should not be panicking about Thompson. In fact, it would be crazy to even think about sitting him this week. The Warriors have some great matchups, and Thompson is likely going to go off soon. His usage rate is down from last season, predictably, but thanks to the increase in minutes and an even more frantic offensive pace for the Warriors, his shots per game are down to just 16.5, less than one shot fewer than last season.

The problem is, Thompson can't hit. He is shooting just 38.4 percent from the field and an abysmal 19.6 percent on 3-pointers. Considering that his worst six-game stretch of last season still saw him connect on 28.4 percent of his 3-pointers, this is, well and truly, a deep slump for Thompson. But it probably isn't anything more than that.

You don't want to overreact to a poor shooting stretch with a player as established as Thompson, and that probably goes for the likes of Marvin Williams, Jeff Teague, Derrick Favors, Brandon Knight, or Dirk Nowitzki, among others. As long as the minutes are still where you expect them to be, the shots should start falling.

That doesn't mean you shouldn't be worried about anyone you drafted. Nikola Jokic's minutes have fluctuated wildly, and he has lost playing time to Jusuf Nurkic on many nights early this season. The Nets clearly aren't ready to play Brook Lopez on back-to-backs, or allow him to go much beyond 29 minutes, which could make it tough to trust him, and the same goes for Jahlil Okafor. If you drafted these players, being worried about them isn't an overreaction, even if dropping them might be.

We're still early in the season. A lot of the differences between what we've seen so far and what we expected can still be chalked up to randomness so far. That will be less and less true as the season goes on but, in Week 3, I would say your starting lineup should look a lot like you expected it to coming into the season.

Week 3 Schedule Breakdown

2 Games: DAL, MEM, MIL

Week 3 Sportsline Projections
1Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC45.
2Kevin Durant, SF, GS412.
3Chris Paul, PG, LAC46.
4Stephen Curry, PG, GS415.
5Damian Lillard, PG, POR412.
6John Wall, PG, WAS44.
7Anthony Davis, PF, NO41.510.
8Karl-Anthony Towns, C, MIN43.311.
9Blake Griffin, PF, LAC40.
10James Harden, SG, HOU38.
11Paul George, SF, IND410.
12DeMarcus Cousins, C, SAC32.412.
13LeBron James, SF, CLE34.
14Draymond Green, PF, GS44.810.
15Kemba Walker, PG, CHA48.
16Jimmy Butler, SG, CHI45.
17CJ McCollum, SG, POR410.
18Nikola Vucevic, C, ORL40.
19Eric Bledsoe, PG, PHO44.
20Dwyane Wade, SG, CHI43.
21Gordon Hayward, SF, UTA46.
22Elfrid Payton, PG, ORL41.
23Rajon Rondo, PG, CHI42.
24Klay Thompson, SG, GS411.
25Nikola Jokic, PF, DEN41.
26D'Angelo Russell, PG, LAL48.
27Andre Drummond, C, DET40.
28Kris Dunn, PG, MIN44.
29DeAndre Jordan, C, LAC40.
30Kawhi Leonard, SF, SA34.
31Jeff Teague, PG, IND43.
32Kyrie Irving, PG, CLE37.
33Derrick Favors, PF, UTA40.
34Nicolas Batum, SF, CHA46.
35Isaiah Thomas, PG, BOS36.
36Andrew Wiggins, SF, MIN43.
37Victor Oladipo, SG, OKC44.
38Ish Smith, PG, DET42.
39Kyle Lowry, PG, TOR36.
40Monta Ellis, SG, IND43.
41Tobias Harris, SF, DET45.
42Bradley Beal, SG, WAS47.
43Julius Randle, PF, LAL40.
44Evan Fournier, SF, ORL48.
45Myles Turner, PF, IND40.
46DeMar DeRozan, SG, TOR31.
47Carmelo Anthony, SF, NY34.
48George Hill, PG, UTA46.
49Marcin Gortat, C, WAS40.
50LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, SA30.
51Emmanuel Mudiay, PG, DEN43.
52Brandon Knight, SG, PHO46.
53Paul Millsap, PF, ATL33.
54Hassan Whiteside, C, MIA30.
55Rudy Gay, SF, SAC33.
56Markieff Morris, PF, WAS43.
57Dennis Schroder, PG, ATL34.
58Al Horford, C, BOS31.
59Thaddeus Young, SF, IND41.
60T.J. McConnell, PG, PHI41.
61Rudy Gobert, C, UTA40.
62Joel Embiid, C, PHI43.
63Zach LaVine, SG, MIN47.
64Darren Collison, PG, SAC34.
65Goran Dragic, PG, MIA34.
66Kevin Love, PF, CLE36.
67Devin Booker, SG, PHO45.
68Gorgui Dieng, PF, MIN40.
69Danilo Gallinari, SF, DEN46.
70Joe Johnson, SF, UTA46.
71Evan Turner, SF, POR42.
72Dwight Howard, C, ATL30.
73T.J. Warren, SF, PHO42.
74Aaron Gordon, PF, ORL43.
75Tim Frazier, PG, NO42.
76Brook Lopez, C, BKN31.
77Steven Adams, C, OKC40.
78Zaza Pachulia, C, GS40.
79Otto Porter, SF, WAS44.
80Marcus Morris, PF, DET45.
81Mason Plumlee, C, POR40.
82Serge Ibaka, PF, ORL44.
83Luol Deng, SF, LAL45.
84Kenneth Faried, PF, DEN40.
85Kristaps Porzingis, PF, NY34.
86Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, SF, CHA40.
87Jonas Valanciunas, C, TOR30.
88Giannis Antetokounmpo, SF, MIL20.
89Wilson Chandler, PF, DEN45.
90Rodney Hood, SG, UTA46.
91Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG, DET46.
92Al Jefferson, C, IND40.
93Will Barton, SG, DEN43.
94Tyson Chandler, C, PHO40.
95Pau Gasol, C, SA30.
96Enes Kanter, C, OKC40.
97Lou Williams, SG, LAL46.
98Derrick Rose, PG, NY32.
99Jordan Clarkson, PG, LAL43.
100Avery Bradley, SG, BOS36.
101Marvin Williams, PF, CHA47.
102Taj Gibson, PF, CHI40.
103Sean Kilpatrick, SG, BKN36.
104E'Twaun Moore, SG, NO45.
105Al-Farouq Aminu, SF, POR45.
106Robin Lopez, C, CHI40.
107Joakim Noah, C, NY30.
108JJ Redick, SG, LAC48.
109Cody Zeller, C, CHA40.
110Jusuf Nurkic, C, DEN40.
111Terrence Jones, PF, NO41.
112Andre Iguodala, SF, GS43.
113Justise Winslow, SF, MIA32.
114Nikola Mirotic, PF, CHI46.
115Eric Gordon, SG, HOU38.
116Ed Davis, PF, POR40.
117Isaiah Whitehead, SG, BKN33.
118Robert Covington, SF, PHI48.
119C.J. Miles, SG, IND47.
120Dario Saric, SF, PHI43.
121Timofey Mozgov, C, LAL40.
122Deron Williams, PG, DAL24.
123Alex Len, C, PHO40.
124Marc Gasol, C, MEM21.
125Marcus Smart, PG, BOS34.
126Ryan Anderson, PF, HOU36.
127Tyler Johnson, SG, MIA33.
128Sergio Rodriguez, PG, PHI44.
129Frank Kaminsky, PF, CHA43.
130Jerami Grant, SF, OKC41.
131Gerald Henderson, SG, PHI43.
132Brandon Ingram, SF, LAL44.
133Amir Johnson, PF, BOS30.
134Clint N'Dumba-Capela, C, HOU30.
135Manu Ginobili, SG, SA33.
136Jamal Crawford, SG, LAC44.
137J.R. Smith, SG, CLE38.
138Trey Burke, PG, WAS44.
139Jeff Green, PF, ORL43.
140Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU35.
141Matt Barnes, SF, SAC34.
142Domantas Sabonis, PF, OKC41.
143Solomon Hill, SF, NO43.
144Tristan Thompson, C, CLE30.
145Langston Galloway, PG, NO44.
146Allen Crabbe, SG, POR45.
147Arron Afflalo, SG, SAC33.
148Mike Conley, PG, MEM23.
149Jahlil Okafor, C, PHI40.
150Kyle Korver, SG, ATL37.