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1/15:Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams delivered a solid line in Monday night's 95-88 win at home against Sacramento. The Big Kiwi posted 13 points, 13 rebounds and three assists in 32 minutes as OKC held off the Kings late-game push that was propelled by Russell Westbrook's ejection following a questionable no call on a drive to the basket. Adams has now posted back-to-back double-doubles, and he's averaging 39.75 DraftKings points in those two games. The Thunder are off until Wednesday, where they'll host the Lakers in what looks like another solid spotread more...
1/15:Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Isaiah Thomas is slowly working his way into his role next to LeBron James, scoring 19 points in a loss against the Golden State Warriors. He shot 8-for-12 from the field, hitting one of his seven attempted threes. Thomas continues to establish himself as a point-dependent fantasy option that is a much better player in real life than in fantasy. For rookies, this is called name value, and you should probably start to look to sell on Thomas if you are not looking for points or threes. He isread more...
1/15:Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant tied LeBron James with a game-high 32 points while also tying Stephen Curry with another game-high eight assists. The Warriors continue their dominance over the rest of the league, and Durant and Curry owners are the few that are pleased. While the core four players remain healthy, the responsibility for production will be up for grabs for whoever wants the hot hand. Durant continues his strong play, and the Warriors are good.--Jake Finnen - RotoBallerSource: NBA.com
1/15:Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan led his team in scoring once again, but it wasn't enough as his team would fall to the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday. DeRozan played 35 minutes, shooting 8-for-18 from the field, to finish the day with 24 points. He was quiet virtually everywhere else but still managed to provide some offense on a team that struggled in that department for most of the matchup. Nonetheless, DeRozan's shooting woes shouldn't last, as he is averaging 48 percent from the floor this season, the best mark of his career.--Dennis Clausenread more...
1/15:Oklahoma City Thunder small forward Paul George had a difficult night shooting Monday night going up against the Sacramento Kings. George scored 18 points, shooting 7-for-17 from the floor and going 3-for-5 from the free throw line. George did fill up the stat sheet in other areas, getting five steals, four boards and four assists. The unfortunate thing for George was this was the fifth game in a row with a field goal percentage below the 50 percent plateau. In the six games proceeding this current shooting slump, PG-13 shot 50 percent or better from theread more...
1/15:Sacramento Kings guard Buddy Hield turned in a solid performance against the Oklahoma City Thunder by scoring 16 points, although he failed to make any of his five attempted threes. Hield has proven to be one of the top offensive options off the Kings' bench, even though his production remains spotty. He was one of the few players that didn’t struggle in the second half, but his efforts were still not enough. The team has a logjam at just about every position and Hield will suffer nightly until he carves out a more permanent role withread more...
1/15:Oklahoma City Thunder power forward Carmelo Anthony was less than efficient in the game Monday versus the Sacramento Kings. Anthony scored 20 points, going 7-for-19 from the field, with four of those made shots coming from downtown. For Melo, this has been a rough stretch shooting as of late. Anthony has gone the last five games, including the one Monday, without hitting 50 percent of the shots in any game. To further compound the shooting woes, Anthony has had only six games since December with a field goal percentage above 50 percent.--Matt Sparkingtonread more...
1/15:Sacramento Kings forward Skal Labissiere had a very strong start to Monday’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder but failed to improve on his solid first-half performance, finishing with seven points and seven rebounds. Labissiere has been disappointing most of the season and only remains as a potential streamer on most nights. His inconsistency combined with the uncertainty of the Kings rotations makes an enticing concoction, but his bad shooting night does not help anyone’s cause. Forward/center Willie Cauley-Stein still remains the dominant front-court option, so Labissiere will remain somewhat limited.--read more...
1/15:Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry (back) was inefficient in his return against the Sixers. Lowry was awful shooting the ball, going 3-for-16 from the field and 1-for-5 from deep to total only 13 points. He did manage to pull down seven boards and grab three steals but had ball-control issues, turning it over four times. The All-Star is having a season to forget, averaging only 16 points per game. Though he has taken a step back in favor of guard DeMar DeRozan, fantasy owners didn't expect his production to dwindle as much asread more...
1/15:Sacramento Kings guard De'Aaron Fox scored 10 points in the first half but only managed to finish with 12 points on the night. The Thunder defense continues to prove to be tough against fantasy owners, and Fox was not spared. He also tallied five assists, but the Kings never managed to get anything going in the second half and Fox’s stats suffered. Fox’s minutes are not in jeopardy regardless of this performance, and he is still set for at least 25 minutes a night. The Kings were up on the Thunder early, mainly from Fox's earlyread more...
1/15:Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol had a rough night shooting on Monday against the Lakers. Gasol scored 17 points in the 123-114 win over Los Angeles, but struggled shooting the ball, going 6-for-14 from the field in addition to only nabbing seven boards. Nonetheless, outside of guard/forward Tyreke Evans, Gasol remains the offensive force for a team that continues to struggle. He appears to remain unphased during the absence of guard Mike Conley and continues to average some of the best numbers of his career despite rumors surrounding his unhappinessread more...
1/15:Memphis Grizzlies small forward Dillon Brooks led his team in scoring with 19 points on an efficient 6-for-8 shooting night in Monday's win over the Lakers. Brooks also went 3-for-4 from the free throw line. The rookie added four rebounds and two assists as well. Brooks' 19 points tied a career high, and this was his first game with more than 11 points since Dec. 16. As long as his scoring remains inconsistent and he isn't contributing significant numbers in any other categories, Brooks isn't worth trusting in fantasy lineups.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerread more...
1/15:Memphis Grizzlies shooting guard Tyreke Evans scored 15 points and dished 12 assists in the Grizzlies 123-114 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday. Evans came just one rebound shy of a triple-double as the journeyman filled up the stat sheet for Memphis. Evans has developed into a good scorer for the Grizzlies this season and currently has the second highest field goal percentage of his career, as well as the highest three-point percentage. He's been a steal for fantasy owners and should continue to produce, though a repeat of Monday's passing and rebounding performanceread more...
1/15:San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker is still in the team's starting lineup when active, but the French veteran continues to struggle this season. His latest showing was a six-point, four-assist outing in San Antonio's Monday loss to the Atlanta Hawks. Parker did record four steals in the game, but fantasy owners shouldn't get used to that kind of performance, as Parker has only recorded more than one steal one other time this season. With Parker continuing to nurse an ankle injury and failing to make a big impact from the field, he can't beread more...
1/15:Houston Rockets forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (shoulder) will return Monday night against the Los Angeles Clippers after missing a month with a shoulder injury. The Rockets will likely ease Mbah a Moute back into game action due to the lengthy absence, but a minutes restriction has not been officially reported. Mbah a Moute's return will likely cut into Trevor Ariza and P.J. Tucker's minutes.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: read more...
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