Latest Update Lillard Shines in Win over Pelicans Tue Nov, 18, 02:18 AM
A phenomenal athlete, he has a lanky frame with quick wrists, a great throwing arm and supreme speed. Is an elite center-fielder, above-average base-stealer, decent home-run hitter and patient at the dish.
Flaws: : Has holes in his swing and takes a huge cut, so he piles up tremendous amounts of strikeouts. Can suffer from mental lapses in the field. Generally lacks polish. Can also be a little temperamental.
After getting off to a slow start, Lillard has strung together a number of impressive performances. He was the NBA's players of the week last week, averaging 28 points and 8.7 assists per game in the stretch. He's one of fantasy's elite point guards and should continue to provide his owners with consistent scoring, efficiency and assists.Analyst: Spencer Silva
Lillard has been a great fantasy asset to own this season has be continues to contribute great production across the board from the Trail Blazers and his fantasy owners. Although it is unlikely he will continue to shoot over 46 percent from behind the three-point line all season long, his production in all the categories makes him a top five option overall at this point in the year. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Lillard got off to an extremely slow start, including an 11-point effort at home against these same Nuggets Sunday. Since then Lillard has scored 56 points in two games on 22-37 shooting. At 24 years old, Lillard looks poised to be one of the five best point guards in the league for years to come.Analyst: Steve Pimental
Lillard was on fire from downtown on Tuesday night as he shot 62.5 percent from behind the ark while adding seven assists and four rebounds along the way. Although his offensive contributions rely heavily on his ability to nail three-pointers, as long as he continues to fill the stat sheet in other areas he will remain a great option at point guard for fantasy purposes. Analyst: Matthew Beck