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|13||C||6' 10"||238||03/13/1991 (28)||7|
|41||PF||6' 11"||254||01/04/1997 (22)||1|
|9||PF||7' 0"||255||05/17/1983 (36)||12|
|31||PF||6' 11"||219||12/28/1990 (28)||6|
|0||PF||6' 10"||251||09/07/1988 (30)||10|
|22||PF||6' 9"||230||01/01/1993 (26)||3|
|3||PF||6' 10"||240||07/02/1997 (22)||2|
|20||PG||6' 3"||195||12/02/1991 (27)||6|
|2||PG||6' 2"||190||01/04/1999 (20)||0|
|55||PG||6' 5"||205||06/05/1995 (24)||0|
|8||PG||6' 5"||194||06/07/1992 (27)||4|
|18||PG||6' 4"||200||09/08/1990 (28)||5|
|16||SF||6' 8"||215||04/08/1995 (24)||1|
|4||SF||6' 8"||220||09/16/1993 (25)||0|
|1||SG||6' 6"||205||10/07/1993 (25)||4|
Cleveland Cavaliers power forward/center Larry Nance Jr. continued to provide big lines in the 117-104 loss to the Sacramento Kings on Thursday. Nance scored 11 points while grabbing a game-high 16 rebounds with three assists and he even made a triple in 30 minutes of action. Nance has been solid over his last seven games with averages of 10.6 points, 8.0 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 2.0 steals and 0.7 triples on 53% shooting. If you are still in your playoff grind, the athletic, do-it-all big is worth a serious look and the Cavs play again on Friday.
Cleveland Cavalier guard Collin Sexton connected on eight of 14 shooting to score 19 points after posting two subpar shooting games in the 13-point loss to the Kings on Thursday. Sexton provided three makes from three while adding three assists and a steal on the night. Sexton has stepped up his output in the last month or so and is averaging a solid 22.7 points on 51.8 percent shooting from the floor over his last 10 games. If you are in need of scoring threes and solid shooting numbers, then Sexton could be an addition and his Cavs play the Warriors on Friday, who will probably be resting some players on the second night of a back-to-back for them as well.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward/center Kevin Love (shoulder) is questionable for Monday's game against the Phoenix Suns. Love is dealing with left shoulder soreness and the Cavs are likely going to be cautious here. They have no incentive to win and actually it's better for them to lose to the Suns here. Larry Nance Jr. and Tristan Thompson would gain the most fantasy value if Love sits this one out.
Cleveland Cavaliers power forward/center Larry Nance Jr. notched a double-double as a reserve during Thursdays loss to the San Antonio Spurs. Of the 14 double-doubles that Nance has logged this year, six have come off the bench. His 13 points, 11 rebounds and team-high four assists -- on 5-for-7 shooting -- should allow him to continue seeing sizeable minutes moving forward, even as Tristan Thompson gets re-acclimated to the lineup. Nance is a definite multi-category contributor for the remainder of the year, next facing the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday, who have been susceptible to allowing strong fantasy outings from opposing big men this year.
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Collin Sexton had an eerily similar performance during Thursdays loss to the San Antonio Spurs as he did to Tuesdays meeting with the Boston Celtics. For the second consecutive outing, the rookie notched 24 points, three assists, two rebounds and shot 3-for-7 from behind the three-point line. Sexton has now gone for 20 or more points in 10 of his last 11 games, scoring at will in March to the tune of 22.5 points per game. He ties a bow around the month Saturday versus the Los Angeles Clippers, who have had difficulty checking opposing guards in 2018-19.