Jrue Holiday Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/12/1990 (31)
Jrue Holiday Last 10 Games
Jrue Holiday News
Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday scored 21 points during the loss to the Boston Celtics on Sunday. As been the norm throughout the series, the veteran had a rough time making a basket by going 9-for-21 from the field while missing all six of his attempts from deep. However, the 21-year-old finished the regular season by averaging 18.3 points, proving he can still get it going offensively, albeit not consistently. Nonetheless, while Holiday's percentages historically haven't been the most efficient, his defensive capabilities should continue to make up for his shortcomings, which will balance things out for category managers heading into the 2022-23 campaign.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday finished with 17 points during the loss to Boston on Friday night. The veteran had another unimpressive shooting performance, especially from deep, by going 3-for-10. However, he made up for it on the defensive end by compiling three steals and two blocks. Nonetheless, with Khris Middleton (knee) not expected back for Game 7, Holiday has an excellent chance to continue getting more opportunities on the offensive end. He's also been proficient in other areas, so even if he has another rough day shooting the ball, he still has upside in all DFS formats.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday finished with 16 points during the loss to Boston on Monday night. He also added nine assists, seven boards, and three steals. While the 31-year-old was doing his best to contribute in all statistical categories, he shot a dreadful 5-for-22 from the field while making just one of his six attempts from downtown. Nonetheless, the Bucks haven't had any issues getting after it on the offensive glass, and considering how fast the team plays, Holiday should continue to get plenty of opportunities and second chances to be a factor for DFS managers.
The Milwaukee Bucks captured an overtime victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday and the team is rewarding its four primary players with a day off on Friday. Khris Middleton (wrist), Jrue Holiday (ankle) and Brook Lopez (conditioning) have been ruled out for the game, as has star forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (knee). The Bucks will lean heavily on the likes of Bobby Portis, Wesley Matthews, Grayson Allen and Pat Connaughton for Friday's game as the team faces a Los Angeles Clippers team that will also be without several regulars. All four of the above-mentioned players are worth starting in fantasy with Portis and Allen being the most enticing members of the group.