2017 Mock Draft Army ADP Trend Report: Feb. 27 Cover Image
2017 Mock Draft Army ADP Trend Report: Feb. 27
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Daniel Sedin Headshot

Sedin lit the lamp Sunday against San Jose.

The 37-year-old is seeing some regression with his age this season, yet he's still receiving his opportunities this year, averaging 19:01 of ice time and firing 138 shots on goal. Sedin now has one goal and three assists over the past four games, adding 15 shots on goal in that span. He hot right now, but his value is still best fit for deeper leagues in the long term.
10:10 pm (EST)
Artemi Panarin Headshot

Panarin notched an assist Sunday against the Blues.

Sunday caps off a spectacular February for Panarin, where he scored two goals and added nine assists over 10 games. The Russian winger now has 55 points in 62 games, giving him a chance to reach the stats --77 points over 80 games -- that earned him the Calder Memorial Trophy (Rookie of the Year Award) last season. It'll be interesting to see if he achieve this feat; nevertheless, being on a line with Patrick Kane should make him susceptible to assists by default, making him valuable in most fantasy settings.
9:48 pm (EST)
Courtney Lee Headshot

Lee scored 16 points (6-10 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT) while adding five steals, three rebounds, three assists and two blocks across 41 minutes in Monday's 92-91 loss to the Raptors.

Lee came up clutch for the Knicks Monday, as he hit a go-ahead three with just under ten seconds left in regulation. His energy and hustle on the defensive side of the ball as well as his efficiency Monday night warranted his team-high playing time. Although Lee sometimes has his off nights shooting, he has shot at least 50 percent from the floor in seven of his last nine games and has proven to be a reliable wing player for the Knicks in an offense driven by Carmelo Anthony, especially with Kristaps Porzingis (ankle) sidelined.
9:36 pm (EST)
P.K. Subban Headshot

Subban tallied two assists in Sunday's contest against the Oilers.

Subban now has 10 points over the past seven games, and he boasts a plus-6 rating in this span. The 27-year-old blueliner is also currently on the second power-play line, where he found four of his assists in this span. His defensive presence -- 67 blocked shots and 51 hits this season -- adds to his consistent value in leagues of medium depth.
9:34 pm (EST)
DeMar DeRozan Headshot

DeRozan registered 37 points (13-25 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 10-13 FT), eight rebounds, two assists and one steal across 37 minutes in Monday's 92-91 victory over the Knicks.

With Kyle Lowry (wrist) still inactive, DeRozan continues to be the focal point of the offense, accounting for 113 points over the last three games. DeRozan does not need an effective three-point shot because he limits his opportunities from beyond the arc and focuses on creating shots in the mid-range area of the floor. His efficiency from the line has been a catalyst to his point totals as well, as he has sunk 37 out of 41 attempts from the charity stripe.
9:30 pm (EST)
Brent Burns Headshot

Burns notched an assist in Vancouver on Sunday, and now has five goals and three assists over the past five games.

The bearded blueliner is still third in the league in scoring, sitting up there with names like Connor McDavid and Patrick Kane. Burns' stats all year have been insane, but since the calendar flipped to 2017, he has notched 30 points over 24 games. He's playing all 200 feet also, recording 104 blocked shots, 54 hits, and a plus-21 rating so far this season -- making him valuable in virtually any fantasy format.
9:16 pm (EST)
Viktor Arvidsson Headshot

Arvidsson scored a power-play goal Sunday against Edmonton to extend his point streak to four games.

The 23-year-old winger is continuing his tear on the Predators' top line, with 12 points over the past 10 games. Arvidsson now has 44 points over 60 games this season, and just as impressive, 188 shots on goal. His power-play presence amplifies his fantasy value, as that is where the Swede has recorded seven of his points. It's tough to justify benching Arvidsson in most fantasy formats at this point.
8:50 pm (EST)
Michael Beasley Headshot

Beasley will not return to Monday's contest against the Cavaliers due to a left knee sprain.

Before leaving the game due to a hard-to-watch knee injury, Beasley provided 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-3 FT), two rebounds, and one assist across nine minutes. Beasley has taken on an increased role in the Bucks' offense since Jabari Parker (knee) went out for the year with a torn ACL, averaging 16.3 points on 66.7 percent shooting across 26.3 minutes per game over that stretch. If Beasley misses extended time, Mirza Teletovic will likely absorb the majority of his workload.
8:14 pm (EST)
Jason Pominville Headshot

Pominville has contracted the mumps and is not in the lineup Monday against the Kings.

Along with teammate Zach Parise, Pominville will spend the next five days in isolation while they recover from the mumps. At this point, owners of other Wild players should cross their fingers that the disease hasn't spread any further, although it likely has based on how contagious the condition is -- especially among teammates in close quarters. It remains to be seen how Minnesota will adjust its line configurations in the meantime.
8:01 pm (EST)
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