- American Airlines Center
|51||C||7' 4"||290||08/15/1988 (31)||3|
|33||C||7' 0"||240||08/18/1993 (26)||3|
|7||PF||6' 10"||240||07/20/1991 (28)||4|
|6||PF||7' 3"||240||08/02/1995 (24)||3|
|42||PF||6' 10"||240||01/29/1992 (28)||1|
|55||PG||6' 5"||185||04/26/1992 (27)||3|
|5||PG||5' 10"||180||06/26/1984 (35)||12|
|13||PG||6' 1"||190||08/31/1996 (23)||0|
|77||PG||6' 7"||230||02/28/1999 (21)||0|
|10||SF||6' 7"||220||05/04/1993 (26)||2|
|44||SF||6' 7"||220||03/28/1995 (25)||1|
|9||SF||6' 6"||230||09/26/1993 (26)||6|
|11||SF||6' 5"||205||03/16/1992 (28)||5|
|3||SG||6' 5"||195||02/02/1994 (26)||1|
|1||SG||6' 5"||215||10/03/1985 (34)||10|
|30||SG||6' 2"||185||08/23/1990 (29)||4|
Dallas Mavericks guard Jalen Brunson (shoulder) underwent surgery on Friday to repair an injury in his right shoulder. He was expected to hold off doing the surgery until after the regular season, but the circumstances have changed. The NBA is now on hold, so Brunson has decided to do the surgery. Often times, labrum surgeries require at least a month or two off. There's a chance that Brunson won't be able to return once the season does resume. He didn't have great fantasy value anyway with Luka Doncic and Seth Curry getting most of the action.
Dallas Mavericks center Boban Marjanovic went off for a career-high 31 points on Wednesday against the Denver Nuggets. Marjanovic dominated the interior as he also added 17 rebounds with two steals and connected on 12 of 20 shooting from the floor and made 7-for-8 from the line. In a bizarre night in the NBA, Boban's line provided some form of short-term redirection. On the fantasy side of things, if and when the NBA resumes, Marjanovic's impact will most likely not last.
Dallas Mavericks power forward/center Maximilian Kleber got some extra minutes on Wednesday with Kristaps Porzingis (rest) having the night off in the 113-97 win over the Nuggets. Kleber scored 15 points on 6-for-13 shooting and also connected on three triples while grabbing four rebounds with an assist in 38 minutes of action. No blocks to his line was a bit of a downer, but overall, Kleber has been playing some good basketball as of late and is worth owning even when the Mavericks are at full strength.
Dallas Mavericks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. played 37 minutes and hit four three-pointers on Tuesday, but it wasn't enough to overcome the San Antonio Spurs in a 119-109 loss. Hardaway dropped 20 points, seven rebounds, three assists, and two steals, and continued his red-hot scoring spree. Over his last 16 games since Feb. 3, the 27-year old is averaging 21.3 points per game and has scored at least 14 points in each of those contests. Of course, when someone is shooting a career-high 40.8 percent from three, these streaks are going to happen. Fantasy owners will hope this can continue for the remainder of the year, starting on Wednesday when the Mavericks welcome Denver to Texas.
Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Doncic did everything he could on Tuesday, but it wasn't enough as his team fell to the San Antonio Spurs 119-109. The sophomore played 36 minutes and tallied 38 points on 13-for-26 shooting, eight assists, seven rebounds, and two steals. The 38 points were the most points for the Slovenian since Jan. 6, but that doesn't mean he has been in a slump. Doncic is doing it all this season and has leaped from promising rookie to bonafide superstar. He will be a high draft pick in fantasy basketball next season, and he may be the No. 1 asset in keeper and dynasty leagues for years to come.