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J. Tate - SF
Jae’Sean Tate hit 7-of-10 shots and 0-of-1 3-pointers for 14 points, six assists, seven rebounds, one steal, and three blocks with no turnovers in a win over the Magic on Sunday.
Tate's impressive season continued with a full line in 33 minutes. Without John Wall, Tate stepped up as a distributor and slasher, and he should continue this role for the foreseeable future.
Added 10:12 pm (EST)
M. Flynn - PG
Malachi Flynn hit 6-of-14 shots and 3-of-5 3-pointers for 15 points, five assists, seven rebounds, and one turnover in a win over the Thunder on Sunday.
Without Kyle Lowry, Fred VanVleet, Pascal Siakam, and OG Anunoby, Flynn played 31 minutes as a starter. On the game-sealing play, Gary Trent Jr. took over the point guard role, though, dishing to an open Chris Boucher for three. When the two starting guards return, don't expect Flynn to be nearly as productive, but for now he has a role.
Added 10:07 pm (EST)
D. Wright - PG
Delon Wright looked good in 26 minutes off the bench on Sunday, tallying 13 points, five rebounds, three assists, one 3-pointer and two steals in a win over the Mavs.
Wright is good whenever he’s given the minutes, but him getting meaningful minutes in Sacramento is just not something that’s happened consistently. Over the past five games, he’s logged 26, 28, 15, 23 and nine minutes respectively, and that sort of volatility is not worth dealing with in standard fantasy leagues.
Added 10:02 pm (EST)
P. Watson - SF
Paul Watson hit 0-of-10 shots and 0-of-6 3-pointers for no points, five assists, and one turnover in a win over the Thunder on Sunday.
The very next game after scoring 30 points in his first start, Watson put up an absolute dud. Even with Kyle Lowry, Fred VanVleet, Pascal Siakam, and OG Anunoby sidelined, Watson didn't make an impact in 22 minutes. In all likelihood, his talents likely lie somewhere between his last two performances and it's OK to leave him on the wire.
Added 10:02 pm (EST)
J. McDaniels - SF
Jalen McDaniels busted out of his shooting funk during Sunday's win over Portland, scoring 13 points on 4-of-7 shooting to go with six rebounds, one 3-pointer, one steal and an unfortunate four turnovers across 29 minutes.
McDaniels had been converting on just 28.6% of his shot attempts in his previous two outings, but he got things back on track tonight and was also a perfect 4-of-4 a the charity stripe. The turnovers weren't great, but that comes with the territory of rookie players. He may have been cut during the two-game cold streak, so make sure he's not floating around on your waiver wire.
Added 9:58 pm (EST)
G. Trent - SG
Gary Trent Jr. hit 9-of-25 shots and 5-of-10 3-pointers for 23 points, one assist, five rebounds, five steals, and one block with one turnover in a win over the Thunder on Sunday.
Trent Jr.'s five steals were a career-high as the guard logged 33 minutes. Without Kyle Lowry, Fred VanVleet, Pascal Siakam, or OG Anunoby, he launched a career-high 25 shots, too. Clearly, his sore right ankle is no longer an issue. He should be a top fantasy option for as long as the Raptors sit their stars.
Added 9:54 pm (EST)
T. Rozier - SG
Terry Rozier could not be stopped on Sunday, as he went off for 34 points, eight rebounds, 10 assists, seven triples, two steals, one block and two turnovers across 39 minutes in a win over Portland.
Rozier was en fuego from the jump today, drilling his first seven shots and helping Charlotte open the game on 13-of-15 shooting. He finished 13-of-24 from the floor, and he also nailed his 178th triple of the season, giving him a new career-high for 3-pointers in a single season — breaking the record he set last year. He also became the first player in Hornets’ history to have a 30/8/10 line with five-plus triples.
Added 9:54 pm (EST)
C. Zeller - C
Cody Zeller didn't do much in 21 minutes off the bench on Sunday, finishing with seven points, three rebounds, one assist and one turnover in a win over the Trail Blazers.
Zeller was a DNP-CD his last time out, but tonight he was the seventh man in the rotation while Bismack Biyombo was the odd man out. Neither of these guys are worth rostering, as their place in the rotation isn’t certain, nor is their statistical production.
Added 9:52 pm (EST)