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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Burke has seemingly backed his way into Utah's starting point guard job for the upcoming season with Dante Exum (ACL surgery) missing the entire 2015-16 campaign. The former Michigan standout actually began last year as coach Quin Snyder's starter, but over time, Exum won the job as Burke was moved to a sixth-man role off the bench. The allure of Burke's potential has worn off over his two seasons in the league as it seems evident now that he's an inefficient player who elects to shoot much too often and has problems defending on the other side of the court. Nevertheless, he muscled his way to an average of 12.8 points, 2.7 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 0.9 steals, 0.2 blocks, and 1.6 three pointers after a total of 76 outings where he saw 30 minutes per game. All those numbers are expected to be on the rise this season since the only other viable options to play point guard are Alec Burks, who openly prefers playing as a two guard, and Raul Neto, who hasn't even stepped foot on an NBA court yet. Potential investors in Burke will have to deal with his poor shooting from the floor, a career average of 37 percent, and hope that his inexplicable drop in free-throw percentage from 90 in his rookie year to 75 last season will hopefully come around as he makes the all-important transition into his third NBA season with an abundance of responsibility on his shoulders as the Jazz look to legitimately contend in the Western Conference.
Trey Burke is entering his second season in the NBA. He missed the first twelve games of his rookie season with a broken index finger on his shooting hand, but the 21-year-old was able to play in the remaining 70 games while averaging 12.8 points, 3.0 rebounds, 5.7 assists, 0.6 steals, and 1.6 three-pointers in 32 minutes per game. He proved to be one of the more productive rookies last season despite shooting a lowly 38 percent from the field. Burke was the undisputed starting point guard shortly after returning from injury, coming off the bench for only two games before usurping John Lucas, but he'll have more vaunted competition for the starting job nipping at his heels this season. Despite already having Burke on the roster, the Jazz drafted Dante Exum from Australia with the fifth-overall draft pick in the 2014 NBA Draft this summer. New coach Quin Snyder could shock the world and opt to start Exum over Burke at point guard, but Burke seems to have the advantage on the starting job with 68 NBA starts under his belt and two years of collegiate experience, including leading his team to the 2013 NCAA championship game. Burke spent the offseason working on his long-range shooting, his ability to finish at the rim, and his defensive awareness.
The Jazz acquired Burke – the 9th overall pick in the 2013 draft – from the Timberwolves with a draft-night trade and immediately installed the Michigan product as their starting point guard. Burke scored 18.6 points and dished out 6.7 assists for the Wolverines last year and led Michigan to the national title game against Louisville – winning most of the major college basketball postseason awards in the process. He did much of his damage from long range, attempting 5.1 shots from three-point range and hitting at a 38 percent clip. It appears they'll be taking a "sink or swim" approach to Burke's development – journeyman John Lucas is the only other established point guard on their roster currently. But he'll also have the benefit of just about the best tutor one can imagine for a rookie guard – Jazz legend and Hall-of-Famer John Stockton.
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Scores 13 in start
Burke finished with 13 points (4-7 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 5-6 FT) and three assists over 30 minutes in the Mavericks' loss to the Grizzlies on Friday.
Draws spot start
Another strong scoring effort in win
Burke tallied 16 points (6-14 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 4-6 FT), six rebounds, and five assists in 29 minutes during Monday's 122-102 victory over Philadelphia.
Submits top outing with new team
Burke supplied a team-high 25 points (10-18 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 1-2 FT) to go with eight assists in 31 minutes Sunday in the Mavericks' 106-103 win over the Thunder.
Another solid offensive output
Burke supplied 13 points (3-7 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 5-5 FT), two assists and one steal across 21 minutes in the Mavericks' 126-91 win over the Warriors on Saturday.