While they may not be title contenders, the NBA\u2019s best-kept secret\u2014as in the one team doing the most damage with the least amount of fanfare\u2014may be the Denver Nuggets. A deep and versatile Nuggets roster has led the squad to a 30-26 record so far this season and in contention to return to the playoffs in the loaded Western Conference after a four-year drought. Denver traded for the All Star Paul Millsap over the offseason to help lead their young squad. But a wrist injury side-lined Millsap after just 16 games. In his absence, the underrated foursome of young players carried Denver to success in the win\/loss column, as well as on the scoresheet. With high-profile players getting all the attention (and fantasy picks), look for sleepers from Denver\u2014Nikola Jokic (22), Gary Harris (23), Jamal Murray (20), and Will Barton (27)\u2014to continue providing fantasy spark to their teams this week. You won\u2019t see Jokic, Harris, Murray, or Barton too high on any individual ranking, but what each of these players provides is high value for a lower price. All four players average between 14.5 \u2013 17.3 points per game, while Jokic, the uber-talented Serbian, is good for double-digits in rebounds every night, too. Jokic also gets more assists than any starting center in the NBA (5.6 apg) and shoots at a high percentage from the free-throw line. Harris, one of Denver\u2019s late bloomers, is not only the team\u2019s leading scorer but ranks seventh in the league in total steals (95) this season. Murray, meanwhile shoots a blistering 92.9 percent from the free throw line In this coming week, the Nuggets will host the Spurs on Wednesday morning, a match-up that will intriguing to see if the Spurs\u2019 league-best defence can hold steady even in Denver\u2019s biggest home-court advantage: it\u2019s high altitude. On Friday, their last outing before the All Star Weekend begins, the Nuggets will take their show on the road to take on the Milwaukee Bucks, a game that should provide an enticing match-up of \u2018unicorns\u2019 between Jokic and fantasy beast Giannis Antetokuonmpo. Other games to watch out for this week: Wednesday, February 14th: Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Cleveland Cavaliers \u2013 LeBron James\u2019s newly-acquired teammates\u2014Jordan Clarkson, George Hill, Rodney Hood, and Larry Nance Jr.\u2014all came through in an impressive road victory over Boston over the weekend. LeBron will be looking to continue the magic against a competitive Thunder side. Be careful with both Russell Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony, both of whom are game-time decisions after missing the last two contests. If he plays, \u201cMr Triple Double\u201d Westbrook is sure to dominate the stat-line. Thursday, February 15th: Houston Rockets vs. Sacramento Kings \u2013 James Harden is the league\u2019s leading scorer, and for those who hunger for scoring on their roster, he would be the smart man\u2019s pick here, especially against the Kings who are among the worst defensive teams in the league. Friday, February 16th: Milwaukee Bucks vs. Los Angeles Lakers \u2013 Last week, Lakers president Magic Johnson got fined for tampering when he complimented the talents of Milwaukee\u2019s Antetokuonmpo. Now, the \u201cGreek Freak\u201d marches into LA to show his talents to Magic in person. Giannis is the league\u2019s second-leading scorer and top twelve in rebounds, and overall, one of the highest-ranked fantasy players in the league. Expect him to feast on the Laker defence in LA; and then staying in town for more dominance during the All Star Weekend.