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Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker was in all kinds of foul trouble early, picking up two quick personal fouls in Tuesdays loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. Walkers issues kept him to just 28 minutes for the contest, shooting 8-for-18 from the field en route to a 21-point outing. He added four rebounds, four assists and two made triples to balance out his stat line. He remains the Hornets best chance to running down the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference, so expect head coach James Borrego to rely on Walker heavily over the final 12 games, the next of which comes Thursday against the Minnesota Timberwolves, who have been ravaged by injuries at the point guard spot.
Philadelphia 76ers small/power forward Tobias Harris got back into the double-double column during Tuesdays win over the Charlotte Hornets, collecting 22 points and 11 rebounds. The performance marks Harris fourth double-double since his acquisition by the Sixers, having averaged 19.5 points and 8.1 rebounds per contest in 17 games with the squad. He was apart of the group that took on an increased role on the glass with Joel Embiid sidelined, but with so many mouths to feed in the Philly offense, Harris ceiling is capped most nights. He draws a match-up with the tough-minded Celtics defensive unit Wednesday, with a price tag that may put him out of reach for many DFS owners.
Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young and power forward John Collins both logged double-doubles and combined for 41 points in the team's 121-105 loss on Tuesday against Houston. Young had 21 points and 12 assists, shooting 6-for-13 from the field, and Collins ended up with 20 points and 10 boards, shooting 9-for-14. Deandre Bembry almost joined the double-double club, falling just one rebound short after scoring 14 points. Vince Carter had a great night with five treys and 15 points. Atlanta return to action on Thursday against the Jazz, who own the second-best defense in the league, so it's a difficult matchup for them.
Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul had an easy ride against the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday, logging just 29 minutes in a 121-105 win. He finished with 13 points, 11 assists and three steals, shooting 4-for-10 from the field and 2-for-6 from downtown. Paul's minutes have dropped a bit this month, with the team hoping to keep him fresher for the playoffs, but the veteran guard has still been in the double-double column on a regular basis. The Rockets play again on Wednesday against Memphis, which could mean a complete rest day for CP3.
Charlotte Hornets shooting guard Jeremy Lamb finished with 26 points during Tuesdays loss to the Philadelphia 76ers, coming up short on tying the contest in the waning seconds on a shot in the lane. In a night where seemingly everything was working offensively -- 6-for-11 from the field, 11-for-12 from the free-throw stripe -- Lamb missed the chance to send the game to overtime. His performance was still a dazzling fantasy effort, adding 11 rebounds and three assists across 29 minutes off the bench. Since his shift to the reserve unit to open the second half, Lamb has averaged 17 points per game, higher than where he was (15 PPG) as a starter.
Houston Rockets guard/forward Danuel House Jr. continued with his impressive play on Tuesday against the Hawks, finishing a 121-105 win with 19 points off the bench, doing most of the damage from three-point land with a 6-for-11 record. House Jr. has averaged 17 points in three games since returning from the G League, shooting an amazing 54.5 percent from deep with 7.3 attempts. He's set to play a significant part during the final weeks of the regular season, with head coach Mike D'Antoni admitting that he'll be looking to rest players regularly. Eric Gordon is already set to rest on Wednesday against Memphis, which provides a boost for House Jr.
Houston Rockets center Clint Capela had a very easy day at the office against Atlanta on Tuesday, notching a 26-point, 11-rebound double-double and recording a game-high plus-21 rating in just 27 minutes on the floor. He shot 11-for-13 from the field and 4-for-8 at the charity stripe. As a big, Capela gets an uncomfortable matchup next against the Grizzlies on Wednesday, but he's picked up double-doubles in both of his previous appearances against them this season, so his double-double streak could very well hit seven games. He's averaging 16 points and 12 rebounds for the month.
Houston Rockets guard James Harden added another historic achievement to his resume on Tuesday, becoming the first player in NBA history to score 30-plus points against every opposing team in a single-season. He completed the milestone with a 31-point effort against Atlanta, adding 10 assists, eight rebounds, one steal and one block to his line. He went 8-for-18 from the field and 11-for-12 from the line, sinking four of 11 three-point attempts. Harden has registered at least 10 assists in five straight games ahead of Wednesday's meeting with the Grizzlies. The Beard has averaged 44 points in three games against Memphis this season.
Brooklyn's G D'Angelo Russell scored a monster 72.50 fantasy points with 44 points scored, 12 assists and four rebounds in a 123-121 win over Sacramento on Tuesday night. Russell has scored an average of 44.55 fantasy points in his last 5 games.
Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns posted a monster double-double on Tuesday, but it was not enough in the 10-point loss to the Warriors. Towns connected on 10-for-16 shooting en route to 26 points while grabbing 21 rebounds and adding four assists with a steal. It was not all great for the big man who did commit seven turnovers on the night. The Timberwolves are falling out of the playoff picture, but there has not been any talk of the Towns who is very Ironman like, to be shut down, so owners should be fine the rest of the way.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Tyus Jones could not find his stroke on Tuesday when he connected on just 3-for-14 shooting to score just 10 points in the loss to the Warriors. Jones managed to salvage his line with seven assists and four rebounds while picking up a single steal in 33 minutes of action. Jones has struggled mightily from the floor over his last two games making just three of 20 of his shot attempts, but hopefully, he can turn things around and he is still worth a look in most leagues with Derrick Rose and Jeff Teague sidelined.
Golden State Warriors forward/center Draymond Green posted another all-around line on Tuesday in the 10-point win over the Timberwolves. Green scored only five points, but grabbed 10 rebounds while dishing out nine assists with a steal and four blocks in 33 minutes of action. Green has gotten some extra ball-handling duties with DeMarcus Cousins sitting out the last two games and is providing 8.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 7.3 assist, 2.7 blocks, 1.0 steals and 1.7 makes from three in his last three games, that is more the Draymond we are used too.
Golden State Warriors shooting guard/small forward Klay Thompson poured in 28 points while adding three rebounds with four assists in the 117-107 win over the Timberwolves on Tuesday. Thompson added four makes from three with a steal and a block in 38 minutes of action. Thompson has been tremendous in March so far with 27.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 1.7 steals, 0.8 blocks and 4.8 makes from three while shooting 47.2% from the floor in the six games in the month. Thompson is doing much more than hitting threes and scoring and is showing zero signs of slowing down.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry caught fire as he scored 22 of his 36 points in the third quarter in the 117-107 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday. Curry connected on 12 of 21 shooting overall with eight of those makes being from three while adding five assists with three rebounds and two steals on the night. It was excellent to see the sniper suit up on the back-to-back set and the Warriors have three more games with this week with one more back-to-back set this weekend, so keep an eye on Curry's status for this weekend's games.
Philadelphia 76ers point guard/small forward Ben Simmons wore multiple hats during Tuesdays win over the Charlotte Hornets, operating from everything from facilitator of the offense to center for the closing unit. Simmons shot 11-for-12 from the field across his 38 minutes, finishing with a team-high 28 points, eight rebounds, five assists and two blocks. He stepped up his performance without Joel Embiid available, although the Sixers big man will be back Wednesday against the Boston Celtics, which caps some of Simmons ceiling.
Philadelphia 76ers shooting guard J.J. Redick posted his first professional double-double during Tuesdays win over the Charlotte Hornets, finishing with 27 points and 10 rebounds, adding in eight assists for good measure. With Joel Embiid on the bench, Philadelphia needed rebounds to come from somewhere else, although its not likely they expected to rely on Redick, who had one rebound in his past two games combined. The sharpshooter also knocked down seven threes in the victory, delivering one of his top fantasy efforts of the year. He faces the Celtics' stingy defense Wednesday, with Embiid back in the fold, which likely puts a halt to Redicks double-double musings.
Milwaukee Bucks forward Nikola Mirotic had things going on Tuesday with Giannis Antetokounmpo (rest) sitting this one out in the 115-101 win over the Lakers. Mirotic drained eight of 14 shots to score 23 points while grabbing six rebounds with three triples in the start for the Greek Freak. Mirotic bounced back after a rough weekend when he connected on just four of 16 shooting to score just 10 points in two games. With Malcolm Brogdon (heel) to miss some time, we should continue to see an uptick in Mirotic's production the rest of the way.
Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard/small forward Khris Middleton took advantage with Giannis Antetokounmpo (rest) taking the night off as the wing put up 30 points and grabbed 10 rebounds on Tuesday. Middleton connected on 12 of 20 shooting from the floor while connecting on four makes from three and also added five assists with a steal in the win. Middleton did have six turnovers, but with everything else he provided, we can look past that. We may see more rest nights from the Greek Freak, if and when this does occur, Middleton is a great look in DFS.
Milwaukee Bucks center Brook Lopez had the hot hand on Tuesday when he scored 28 points to help secure the win over the Los Angeles Lakers by a score of 115-101. Lopez connected on 5-for-11 shooting from three and eight of 14 overall from the floor while narrowly missing the double-double with nine rebounds and did not stop there as he added three steals and four blocks in 35 minutes of action. Lopez has been filling it up over his last four games with 14.3 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.3 blocks, 1.3 steals and 2.3 triples a night in that span. He is stepping it up for owners when he has been needed most.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Rajon Rondo scored 13 points while handing out 10 assists in the 115-101 loss to the Bucks. Rondo connected on 6-for-16 shooting while nailing a single make from three and also hauled in six rebounds with two steals and a block in 39 minutes of action. It was not all great for the veteran point guard who committed seven turnovers, but with LeBron James (rest) getting the night off and probably with more rest games on the way, Rondo is in must-own territory in all formats going forward.
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