Daniels was scoreless (0-5 FG, 0-4 3Pt) with just one rebound and one steal across 15 minutes in Friday's 104-100 win against the Mavericks. Daniels hasn't made a bucket in two in a row, and he has hit just 11 of his past 38 (.289) field goals over his past seven outings. The reserve is in a shooting slump lately and showing no signs of breaking out. Keep him reserved in all deeper fantasy leagues until he starts to show some signs of life from the floor.
Daniels supplied 11 points (4-8 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and one assist over 15 minutes in Saturday's 107-99 win over the Timberwolves. Daniels co-led the Grizzlies' second unit in scoring along with Vince Carter, hitting double digits in the scoring column for the first time since Jan. 13. The third-year pro's playing time has seen a significant drop as compared to earlier in the season, as he'd logged less than 10 minutes in five of the six games prior to Saturday. The modest bump he saw against the T-Wolves was a result of the absence of Tony Allen (rest), but Daniels could well be back down to a reduced role as soon as Monday against the Spurs.
Updating a previous note, Daniels will come off the bench for Saturday's game against the Timberwolves. It was originally reported that Daniels would enter the starting lineup with Tony Allen (rest) out, but Andrew Harrison will draw the start instead.
Daniels will draw the start for Saturday's tilt against the Timberwolves, Kent Youngblood of the Star Tribune reports. With Tony Allen (rest) out, Daniels will draw the start at shooting guard. He's seen a combined 14 minutes over his past three contests, but should see a much heavier workload Saturday. He's knocking down 39.9 percent of his three-point attempts on the season.
Daniels (knee) will play Saturday against the Jazz, despite earlier reports that claimed he would be out. After missing three straight games due to a right knee sprain, Daniels will take the floor Saturday. It seems unlikely that he'll play big minutes considering his previous designation as out, but if he touches the floor, he'll provide floor spacing for the Grizzlies, as he's a 39.2 percent three-point shooter.
Last 7 Games
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