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Monday's four-game slate will kick off Week 15, and several players saw their rostership skyrocket over the weekend. Ayo Dosunmu and Chris Duarte are among the fastest risers, but they're available in less than 40 percent of leagues at this point. Other players can provide helpful support, and we've identified a trio worth keeping an eye on. 

Here are three Week 15 waiver-wire targets with rostership at 50 percent or less in CBS leagues.

Goga Bitadze, C, IND (48% rostered)

Domantas Sabonis will likely miss "a few games" with his ankle injury, according to Rick Carlisle. That opens the door for Bitadze to be an impact player in Week 15. The Pacers big man has averaged 14.5 points, 10 rebounds, and 3.5 assists over his past two games as a starter. He'll log more than 30 minutes for as long as Sabonis is out, and streaming a double-double threat is one of the best things fantasy managers who need help at center can do. 

Kevin Huerter, G, ATL (42% rostered)

Huerter has been buried behind a plethora of wings in Atlanta since he was drafted, but the depth chart opened up in mid-January. The Hawks have dealt Cam Reddish to the Knicks, and that move could help Huerter earn a more stable role in his team's rotation moving forward. While Bogdan Bogdanovic is the starter, he's missed six straight games with a knee injury. Huerter is the primary backup for Bogdanovic and De'Andre Hunter, with Reddish out of the mix. Huerter's averaged 13 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 3.8 assists since Reddish was traded and can be more valuable than some low-end starters.

Terence Davis, G, SAC (26% rostered)

Davis has been on fire lately but shouldn't be considered a priority because of the Kings' loaded backcourt rotation. The reserve guard has averaged 24.7 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 3.7 assists per game over his previous three outings, but either Tyrese Haliburton or De'Aaron Fox were out for each of those contests. Davis's recent performances could help him earn a more significant role, but competing with Buddy Hield off the pine hasn't yielded great results for him this year. If Fox's ankle injury lingers, Davis is worth streaming.