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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Carter-Williams appeared to be on his way to being a standout player in the NBA following an incredible rookie season with the 76ers, but it's been downhill ever since. After averaging at least 30.0 minutes per game in each of his first four seasons, Carter-Williams averaged just 18.8 minutes per game with the Bulls in 2017-18 and was in and out of the rotation for much of the year. His inefficiency is the biggest turnoff, as he's shot just 40.7 percent from the field, 25 percent from three-point range and 70 percent from the free-throw line for his career. That, combined with a high turnover rate, has dropped his value to the point where he's a non-factor in the vast majority of Fantasy formats. In joining the Hornets, Carter-Williams could be stepping into one of his final chances to prove himself at the NBA level. He'll start out the season backing up Kemba Walker at point guard, but it wouldn't be surprising if Malik Monk ultimately cuts into his minutes load.
Entering his third season, Carter-Williams will look to take the next step in realizing his potential as an above-average guard on both ends of the floor. Carter-Williams' numbers were arguably inflated during his rookie season due to the offensive-minded system he was playing within. In 2014-15, his scoring numbers took a slight dip across the board. In his 66 starts between the two clubs, Carter-Williams averaged 14.6 points (down from 16.7 points during his rookie outing), and shot 40 percent from the field. The former Syracuse standout will need to improve his shot selection, an area in which he continued to struggle last season. He should benefit from another year in coach Jason Kidd's system, which is designed to force turnovers and pressure ball-handlers on the defensive end. Given his length and athleticism, Carter-Williams is an ideal fit, but he'll need to play efficiently enough on the offensive end to warrant a significant minutes load. His 3.8 turnovers per game will need to be addressed, and if Carter-Williams continues to struggle, Kidd proved last season that he's not afraid to utilize his full bench. That said, Michael Carter-Williams will enter 2015-16 entrenched as the starting point guard, and he'll be given every opportunity to flourish in that role. At only 23 years old and with the ideal mentor in Kidd, this year should speak volumes about what kind of player Carter-Williams will be. As evidenced by his improved 6.7 assists per game last season, he's capable of facilitation an offense, and that will be his top priority this season with a talented young core of Greg Monroe, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jabari Parker, and Khris Middleton now surrounding him.
Michael Carter-Williams is entering his second season in the NBA. As a rookie with the 76ers, he won the Rookie of the Year Award, averaging 16.7 points, 6.2 rebounds, 6.3 assists, 1.9 steals, 0.6 blocks, 0.8 three-pointers made, and 3.5 turnovers in 35 minutes per game through 70 games played. He shot 41 percent from the field on 15.1 attempts per game, 70 percent from the free-throw line on 5.2 attempts per game, and 26 percent from three-point territory on 3.0 attempts per game. His 1.9 steals per game ranked sixth in the league, and his 6.2 rebounds per game were the most in the league from the point guard position. On the season, Carter-Williams totaled 68 more rebounds than the next-leading point guard, Kyle Lowry, despite playing in nine fewer games. Carter-Williams' ability to provide points, rebounds, assists, and steals can make him a valuable commodity in many league formats, but he is also turnover prone. He's both an inefficient shooter and a primary scorer for the 76ers, which is a combination that causes significant damage to a fantasy team's overall field goal percentage. Carter-Williams should remain the starting point guard and continue to see heavy usage in 2014-15, but the acquisition of Alexey Shved and Casper Ware provides depth that was not there in 2013-14.
Selected with the 11th overall pick of the 2013 NBA Draft, rookie Carter-Williams will start at the point guard position on a team with a new head coach and a new system. The Syracuse standout will have ample opportunity to shine, as the depth chart is cleared out at the point guard position, giving him a chance to hit 30-plus minutes per night if he doesn't disappoint. Carter-Williams showed his wild style of play in the summer league, putting up 13.6 points (27 percent from the field), 4.2 rebounds, 6.8 assists, 2.0 steals and 4.8 turnovers in 34 minutes per game. His ability to put up numbers in all categories makes him a fantasy wild card. Expect to be surprised, for better or for worse, by the unpredictable rookie.
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To sign for rest of season
Solid stat line in Monday's loss
Carter-Williams amassed eight points (4-10 FG, 0-3 3Pt), six assists, five rebounds, and one steal in 25 minutes during Monday's 121-109 loss to the Raptors.
Pours in 15 points Monday
Carter-Williams produced 15 points (5-8 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block across 20 minutes in Monday's 119-98 win over the 76ers.
Sticking with Orlando
Plays 18 minutes in win
Carter-Williams collected four points (2-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt), five rebounds, two assists, and one block in 18 minutes during Wednesday's 119-96 win over the Pelicans.