NBA Player News
|11/27/2014||Marc Gasol, C|
|Gasol had 19 points and 11 rebounds in Wednesday's win over the Lakers.
Analysis: It was an overall solid night for Gasol, who added four assists, two steals and three blocks. He continues to do it all for the 13-2 Grizzlies.
|11/27/2014||Eric Bledsoe, G|
|Bledsoe had 21 points and matched a season high with 10 assists in Wednesday's win over Denver.
Analysis: Bledsoe gave fantasy owners a scare after going to the locker room, but he was able to return. He's averaging 23.0 points on 53.8 percent shooting in the last two games.
|11/27/2014||Ty Lawson, PG|
|Lawson had 17 points and dished out 12 more assists in Wednesday's loss at Phoenix.
Analysis: Lawson is averaging what would be a career-high 10.0 assists, tied for the NBA's second-best mark.
|11/27/2014||Rodney Stuckey, G|
|Making his first start, Stuckey had 22 points in Wednesday's loss at San Antonio.
Analysis: It was a big night for Stuckey, who came in averaging 10.3 points. He should continue to score if he sticks in the starting five.
|11/27/2014||Manu Ginobili, G-F|
|Ginobili had a season-high 28 points in Wednesday's win over Indiana.
Analysis: It was an impressive showing for Ginobili, who had averaged 4.8 points over the previous four games. He doesn't have much fantasy value despite his big night.
|11/27/2014||Kawhi Leonard, G-F|
|Leonard had 21 points and 13 rebounds in Wednesday's win over Indiana.
Analysis: Leonard has now scored 21 in back-to-back games, well above his season average of 14.2. Hopefully this is a sign of things to come.
|11/27/2014||Gordon Hayward, G-F|
|Hayward had 24 points in Wednesday's loss at Oklahoma City.
Analysis: Hayward also committed a career worst-tying eight turnovers, giving him 21 in the last five games. Fantasy owners will surely take the good with the bad.
|11/27/2014||Reggie Jackson, G|
|Jackson had 22 points and eight assists in Wednesday's win over Utah.
Analysis: Jackson has dished out at least eight assists in each of the last four games. He'll continue to run the show until Russell Westbrook returns from injury.
|11/27/2014||Serge Ibaka, F-C|
|Ibaka had 20 points and four blocks in Wednesday's win over Utah.
Analysis: Ibaka is averaging 3.7 blocks over the last six home games.
|11/27/2014||Damian Lillard, PG|
|Lillard scored 22 points and was 4 of 8 from 3-point range in Wednesday's win at Charlotte.
Analysis: Lillard, who is shooting a career-best 46.0 percent from deep, has been even better on the road where he's hit 50.0 percent of his 3-pointers.
|11/27/2014||Wesley Matthews, G-F|
|Matthews scored a season-high 28 points on 10-of-15 shooting in Wednesday's win over the Hornets.
Analysis: Matthews was 6 of 9 from deep after going 6 for 18 in his previous three games. His 47.9 field-goal percentage is his best since he shot 48.3 percent as a rookie in 2009-10 with Utah.
|11/27/2014||Brian Roberts, G|
|Roberts scored a career-high 24 on 10-of-17 shooting in Wednesday's loss to Portland.
Analysis: Roberts is still a wait-and-see type of fantasy commodity for the time being as he's only averaging 18.5 minutes per game.
|11/27/2014||Al Jefferson, F-C|
|Jefferson had 21 points and 14 rebounds in Wednesday's loss to Portland for his third double-double in four games.
Analysis: Jefferson was 3 of 3 from the free-throw line and has shown a better touch lately from the charity stripe, shooting 78.9 percent over his last five games after shooting 59.6 percent previously.
|11/27/2014||Tony Wroten, PG|
|Wrotten logged his second double-double of the season with 18 points and 10 assists in Wednesday's loss to Brooklyn.
Analysis: Another Philadelphia loss brought yet another decent night for Wroten fantasy owners, though he continues to be inefficient. Wroten, who matched a season high with eight turnovers, is shooting only 41.4 percent on the season and 37.2 percent over his last six games.
|11/27/2014||Joe Johnson, G-F|
|Johnson scored 21 on 8-of-12 shooting in Wednesday's road win over the 76ers.
Analysis: Johnson took advantage of the hapless Sixers for his most efficient performance of the season. He was 3 of 4 from 3-point range, so maybe it will help him get out of a slump that saw him go 5 for 20 from deep over his previous six games.
|11/27/2014||Deron Williams, PG|
|Williams was two rebounds shy of a triple-double in Wednesday's win at Philadelphia, finishing with 17 points and 10 assists.
Analysis: Williams continues to look better from 3-point range, going 9 for 19 over his last five games after a 2-for-5 performance Wednesday.
|11/27/2014||Brook Lopez, C|
|Lopez had 19 points on 9-of-12 shooting in Wednesday's win at Philadelphia.
Analysis: Lopez committed six turnovers and is averaging a career-high 2.7. His 15.6 points per game are also his fewest since he averaged 13.0 as a rookie in 2008-09.
|11/27/2014||Stephen Curry, G|
|Curry had another big night, scoring 28 on 6-of-8 3-point shooting with eight assists in Wednesday's win at Orlando.
Analysis: Curry has been out of his mind from deep of late, going 26 for 46 (56.5 percent) in his last six games - all Warriors victories.
|11/27/2014||Tobias Harris, F|
|Harris scored 16 points in Wednesday's loss to Golden State after missing two games with a strained right calf.
Analysis: Fantasy owners were relieved to see Harris' absence not become an extended one. He's having a solid season with 18.6 points and 8.5 rebounds per game while shooting 47.5 percent.
|11/27/2014||Kevin Love, F-C|
|Love scored 21 and was 7 of 10 from the field in Wednesday's 113-87 win over Washington.
Analysis: Love matched a season low with only five rebounds, but his 29 minutes also marked his fewest of the season in the blowout victory.
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