Latest Update Trey Burke with 18 points and 10 assists Tue Nov, 25, 01:11 AM
Is a solid defensive catcher and leader behind the plate. Has some pop and patience at the plate, and can produce good numbers when he gets on a roll.
Flaws: : Despite hard work and a solid arm, he will get run on. Sometimes, he has trouble with too many passed balls. Is a bit too streaky with the bat.
Burke is showing signs of life just as many left him for dead. Back-to-back good shooting nights have dragged his field goal percentage up to 35 percent and tonight was his second double-double of the season. With rookie Dante Exum breathing down his neck, Burke needs to keep this run of performances going or risk being pushed to the bench.Analyst: Paul Moses
Burke bounce back form a two-point effort on Friday night to post a season-high 20 points while shooting 66.7 percent from the floor. As this point in his career he is far too inconsistent to make him a fantasy option, but if he can put up more games like this we may be singing a different tune by season's end. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Burke bounced back from a poor shooting night on Saturday, as he was able to convert 41.2 percent of his field goals in Tuesday's win over the Thunder. For now Burke remains too inconsistent to warrant a starting gig outside of deep formats, but he has certainly taken step sin the right direction in year two and if he keeps trending in the right direction it won't be long before he is a staple in lineups, no matter the format. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Another poor shooting night for Burke, who continues to struggle to make baskets this season. The limitations imposed by his size are becoming very apparent in his second season, and with top-ten pick Dante Exum breathing down his neck he doesn't have a very long leash. He's a good contributor in assists but will likely see his playing time decrease if he doesn't start shooting better.Analyst: Paul Moses