Sigh. Yet another rookie gone. Jabari Parker joins Julius Randle, Aaron Gordon and Joel Embiid as rookies who we either won’t see again this season or at least, not for a while. I guess there’s always next season.
The big names, both literally and figuratively, returned after long absences – Dwight Howard for the Rockets and Chris Douglas-Roberts for the Clippers in Saturday’s eight-game slate, but it was the Warriors who were the most impressive, yet again.
The much anticipated matchup between Kevin Durant and LeBron James didn’t eventuate with James sitting with knee soreness, but that didn’t mean that the two games served up to us weren’t entertaining or chock full of fantasy goodness. To the box scores!
The Nets are trading everyone, the Cavs roll to eight straight, the Pistons are still abysmal. They are the CliffNotes for Tuesday’s action. But, the Box Score Breakdown is here to look into the games in much more detail than that. So what are you waiting for? Scroll down!
I hope everyone stayed up to watch the Clippers and Suns in one of the most entertaining games of the season. If you didn’t, you missed two of the best individual performances of the season as well, from Eric Bledsoe and Blake Griffin. Do you want to know who won the fantasy line of the night? Well, I’m not telling, but I’ll give you a clue, it’s one of these two. It wasn’t just all happening in Los Angeles though, with big lines around the Association. Let’s break down those box scores.