Latest Update Middleton scores 17 points off the bench in loss Thu Dec, 18, 01:34 AM
One of the game's premier base-stealers, he can also hit with power--especially doubles and triples. Is selective enough at the dish to produce big numbers. Is also an athletic and solid fielder with a great arm at shortstop.
Flaws: : Has been injury-prone for stretches of his career, especially with his legs (his meal ticket). Makes his fair share of errors at shortstop, mainly because of a lack of concentration. Also, his range is in decline to some extent.
Khris Middleton came off the bench to score 17 points in place of Antetokounmpo, who went down with an ankle injury. If Antetokounmpo should miss more time going forward, Middleton should see increased minutes and value in upcoming games.Analyst: Mark Pitts
Middleton was the hero Monday night, drilling a three-pointer off a bad look as time expired. It wasn't a great look and it hit off both the backboard and the rim before settling down into the net. It was the first game-winner of his NBA career, and if Jabari Parker misses time, Middleton should see more minutes as one of the Bucks' most effective shooters. Analyst: Spencer Silva
Middleton had a big night off the bench, helping to pick up the slack for Milwaukee's struggling starting forwards. He's been inconsistent this season and the Bucks' depth coupled with the need to develop Giannis Antetokounpo and Jabari Parker ahead of Middleton have marginalized his fantasy value, as he's averaging fewer than 10 points per game on 41 percent shooting.Analyst: Paul Moses
Middleton got the start Tuesday night while Jared Dudley moved the bench. It wasn't a fantastic game for Middleton, but he was efficient from beyond the arc and the team won. If he continues to get starts at SG, he'll be worth adding in most fantasy leagues. Analyst: Spencer Silva