Editor's Note: Every week, we will release the Top 150 players based on their projections for that scoring period. Use this list to compare players and help make those really tough decisions.

More than any other Fantasy sport, the schedule can dictate your success or failure in basketball. With the exception or each team's single bye week, you know everyone is going to play once per week in the NFL. In MLB, a week without at least six games is rare.

However, the schedule really matters in NBA Fantasy. Because there are so many days off, and they're distributed somewhat randomly throughout the season, you'll end up with situations like an upcoming one for the Warriors. They play the following number of games each week, beginning in Week 7: 5, 3, 4, 2, 4, 2, 4. That's tough for Fantasy players to navigate.

The Jazz and Bulls have had pretty good schedules so far, however. You've been able to just set your lineup and forget about it if you have heavy exposure to either team, because they had played four games in each week from Week 2 through 4. That's going to change in Week 5 (Nov. 21-27), because both teams have just two games.

There are some pretty big names on these two teams, so Fantasy players are going to have some tough decisions to make. Let's try to figure out who actually is worth starting this week on these teams:

Jimmy Butler's multi-position eligibility and all-around excellence just allows him to sneak into the starting range. He is ranked the 113th player in H2H projections this week, thanks to a 36.2 per game projection, and it's fair to wonder if that's not underselling him. Butler is averaging 37.9 Fantasy points per game, and chips in enough across the board -- 1.5 3-pointers per game, 89.1 percent at the free-throw line -- to be worth starting in Rotisserie scoring too.

Gordon Hayward l0oks a lot riskier than Butler, even if their production might end up being pretty similar. Hayward can provide solid rebounding and assist totals to buttress his production, but he is shooting just 39.4 percent from the field and 22.7 percent on 3-pointers, so he could be one bad game from ruining your week. The looming potential of George Hill's return from a thumb injury similarly makes Hayward risky, but he can still be in your lineup if you don't have a better option at forward.

Rudy Gobert
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Rudy Gobert is a solid enough option in H2H scoring formats, especially thanks to his strong rebounding, but he is still a No. 2 center even when the schedule favors him. You just aren't getting the kind of volume scoring you need from him in Fantasy point formats to be much more than that. This definitely puts him out of the picture in H2H formats, however he can still be startable in Roto, thanks to his strong percentages, and his defensive numbers. He is still a low-end option, to be sure, but if your option is Gobert with two games or Cody Zeller with four, Gobert probably gives you more in blocks and rebounds to make up for it.

Week 5 Schedule Breakdown

2 Games: CHI, UTA

Week 5 Sportsline Projections
1Russell Westbrook, PG, OKC46.79.610.
2James Harden, SG, HOU411.
3Kevin Durant, SF, GS410.
4Stephen Curry, PG, GS417.
5Chris Paul, PG, LAC47.
6Damian Lillard, PG, POR411.
7Anthony Davis, PF, NO41.410.
8Karl-Anthony Towns, C, MIN44.710.
9Blake Griffin, PF, LAC40.
10LeBron James, SF, CLE34.
11Kemba Walker, PG, CHA49.
12CJ McCollum, SG, POR411.
13DeMarcus Cousins, C, SAC32.711.
14Paul George, SF, IND49.
15Hassan Whiteside, C, MIA40.
16Draymond Green, PF, GS45.
17Kawhi Leonard, SF, SA46.
18Marc Gasol, C, MEM43.
19Nikola Vucevic, C, ORL40.310.
20Paul Millsap, PF, ATL43.
21Eric Bledsoe, PG, PHO44.
22LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, SA41.
23Andre Drummond, C, DET40.
24Mike Conley, PG, MEM48.
25Dennis Schroder, PG, ATL45.
26Dwight Howard, C, ATL40.
27John Wall, PG, WAS33.
28Kyrie Irving, PG, CLE37.
29Jrue Holiday, PG, NO45.
30Klay Thompson, SG, GS411.
31Andrew Wiggins, SF, MIN45.
32Deron Williams, PG, DAL47.
33Ish Smith, PG, DET41.
34Goran Dragic, PG, MIA44.
35Victor Oladipo, SG, OKC47.
36Kyle Lowry, PG, TOR37.
37Nicolas Batum, SF, CHA47.
38Elfrid Payton, PG, ORL41.
39DeAndre Jordan, C, LAC40.
40Jeff Teague, PG, IND43.
41D'Angelo Russell, PG, LAL49.
42DeMar DeRozan, SG, TOR31.
43Giannis Antetokounmpo, SF, MIL31.
44Isaiah Thomas, PG, BOS36.
45Carmelo Anthony, SF, NY35.
46Tobias Harris, SF, DET45.
47Emmanuel Mudiay, PG, DEN44.
48Julius Randle, PF, LAL40.
49Harrison Barnes, SF, DAL44.
50Ricky Rubio, PG, MIN43.
51Evan Fournier, SF, ORL48.
52Dirk Nowitzki, PF, DAL45.
53Kevin Love, PF, CLE35.710.
54Monta Ellis, SG, IND43.
55Brandon Knight, SG, PHO46.
56Devin Booker, SG, PHO45.
57Wilson Chandler, PF, DEN45.
58Joel Embiid, C, PHI42.
59Pau Gasol, C, SA40.
60Justise Winslow, SF, MIA42.
61Steven Adams, C, OKC40.
62Danilo Gallinari, SF, DEN46.
63Zach Randolph, PF, MEM40.
64Rudy Gay, SF, SAC33.
65Thaddeus Young, SF, IND42.
66Myles Turner, PF, IND40.
67Mason Plumlee, C, POR40.
68Eric Gordon, SG, HOU411.
69Tony Parker, PG, SA41.
70Zach LaVine, SG, MIN48.
71Serge Ibaka, PF, ORL44.
72Clint N'Dumba-Capela, C, HOU40.
73Darren Collison, PG, SAC33.
74Kenneth Faried, PF, DEN40.
75Sergio Rodriguez, PG, PHI43.
76Wesley Matthews, SG, DAL411.
77Marcus Morris, PF, DET45.
78Kristaps Porzingis, PF, NY35.
79Al Horford, C, BOS31.
80Jeremy Lin, PG, BKN33.
81Tyler Johnson, SG, MIA44.
82Brook Lopez, C, BKN32.
83Enes Kanter, C, OKC40.
84Ryan Anderson, PF, HOU49.
85Trevor Ariza, SF, HOU48.
86Evan Turner, SF, POR41.
87Gorgui Dieng, PF, MIN40.
88Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG, DET47.
89Aaron Gordon, PF, ORL43.
90Andrew Bogut, C, DAL40.
91Chandler Parsons, SF, MEM45.
92Jonas Valanciunas, C, TOR30.
93Derrick Rose, PG, NY32.
94Patrick Beverley, PG, HOU47.
95Lou Williams, SG, LAL46.
96Will Barton, SG, DEN43.
97Tyson Chandler, C, PHO40.
98Nikola Jokic, PF, DEN41.
99Jabari Parker, PF, MIL31.
100Jordan Clarkson, PG, LAL44.
101Luol Deng, SF, LAL45.
102Zaza Pachulia, C, GS40.
103Jahlil Okafor, C, PHI40.
104Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, SF, CHA40.
105Marvin Williams, PF, CHA47.
106Avery Bradley, SG, BOS36.
107Josh Richardson, SG, MIA47.
108Marcin Gortat, C, WAS30.
109Joakim Noah, C, NY30.
110T.J. Warren, SF, PHO42.
111JJ Redick, SG, LAC49.
112Bradley Beal, SG, WAS35.
113Jimmy Butler, SG, CHI23.
114Dion Waiters, SG, MIA43.
115Greg Monroe, C, MIL30.
116Mike Muscala, C, ATL42.
117Otto Porter, SF, WAS33.
118Cody Zeller, C, CHA40.
119Kyle Korver, SG, ATL49.
120Kent Bazemore, SF, ATL44.
121Terrence Jones, PF, NO41.
122Markieff Morris, PF, WAS32.
123E'Twaun Moore, SG, NO44.
124Jusuf Nurkic, C, DEN40.
125Danny Green, SG, SA47.
126Tim Frazier, PG, NO41.
127Alex Len, C, PHO40.
128Andre Iguodala, SF, GS43.
129Gordon Hayward, SF, UTA23.
130Manu Ginobili, SG, SA44.
131Ersan Ilyasova, PF, PHI46.
132Jeff Green, PF, ORL44.
133Seth Curry, SG, DAL45.
134Frank Kaminsky, PF, CHA43.
135Jon Leuer, PF, DET42.
136Tony Allen, SG, MEM41.
137JaMychal Green, PF, MEM41.
138Marcus Smart, PG, BOS34.
139Maurice Harkless, SF, POR44.
140Timofey Mozgov, C, LAL40.
141Ed Davis, PF, POR40.
142Robert Covington, SF, PHI46.
143J.R. Smith, SG, CLE38.
144Dwyane Wade, SG, CHI21.
145Gerald Henderson, SG, PHI42.
146Jerami Grant, SF, OKC42.
147Jared Dudley, SF, PHO45.
148Brandon Jennings, PG, NY33.
149Al Jefferson, C, IND40.
150Jae Crowder, SF, BOS34.