Marreese Speights

#5 PF / Golden St. Warriors / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-10 Weight: 255 lb Age: 28 College: Florida

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    Warriors' Marreese Speights: Equals season-high 15 points in Saturday win

    Speights equaled a season-high 15 points (6-10 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, two assists and a block over 17 minutes in Saturday's 116-108 victory over the Thunder. The eight-year veteran had a surprising role in the high-scoring affair, providing some key production in the second half to help keep the Thunder at bay. As he has in past seasons, Speights continues to produce when given the playing time, which has been the case over the last six games while Festus Ezeli (knee) has been sidelined. Although his current averages of 9.3 points and 5.2 rebounds over that span have been encouraging, Speights is likely to go back to receiving minutes in the single digits on the majority of nights once Ezeli is able to return.

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    Warriors' Marreese Speights: Scores 12 points, grabs seven boards in 19 minutes Monday

    Speights posted 12 points (4-11 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 2-3 FT), seven rebounds, two assists, and one block in 19 minutes during the Warriors' 120-90 win over the Spurs on Monday. Speights managed to commit five fouls in his 19 minutes of action. However, no one can accuse him of lacking aggression--as he filled up the stat sheet in limited playing time. Speights is averaging 11 minutes per game this season, and as a result he is a non-factor in fantasy.

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    Warriors' Marreese Speights: DNP in Saturday's win

    Speights, who's averaged 18 minutes in the past six games, did not play in Saturday night's win over the Kings. Speights' recent playing time had been the direct result of Festus Ezeli being sidelined with a toe injury, but Ezeli was back to a normal allotment of minutes Saturday, pushing Speights further down the bench.

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    Warriors' Marreese Speights: Notches first double-double of season Tuesday

    Speights scored 12 points (4-12 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-4 FT) with 10 rebounds, two assists, and a block over 24 minutes in a 109-88 win over the Lakers on Tuesday. With his team staked to a comfortable lead throughout the game, the 6-foot-10 Speights was afforded the luxury of attempting a rare three-pointer. Thankfully, the 28-year-old journeyman also contributed on the glass with a new season-high in rebounds. Speights' surge in playing time Tuesday can likely be attributed to Festus Ezeli's toe injury, as well as Andrew Bogut receiving extra rest in a blowout.

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    Warriors' Marreese Speights: Gets playing time with Ezeli out

    Speights scored 12 points (5-12 FG, 2-2 FT) with five rebounds and one steal in a season-high 21 minutes in Wednesday night's loss to the Mavericks. Speights got some extra run Wednesday due to the Warriors being without Festus Ezeli, who missed the game with a toe injury. He was a valued member of the rotation for the Warriors championship team last season, but has been marginalized in 2015-16, averaging just 10 minutes per game while shooting 35.1 percent from the field. If Speights is making his shots, there's a spot for him in the rotation; if not, he needs an injury to one of the bigs to get significant playing time.

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    Warriors' Marreese Speights: Scores 11 points off bench

    Speights provided 11 points (3-7 FG, 5-6 FT) and two rebounds over 12 minutes in Wednesday's 128-103 win over the Suns. Speights was able to give the Warriors some instant offense coming off the bench, but he was also a tad reckless, committing two turnovers and racking up five fouls. The big man has historically shown the ability to be an effective scorer on a per-minute basis, but he's averaging a career-low 9.8 minutes in 22 games this season, which isn't nearly enough playing time for him to make a positive impact for fantasy players.

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    Warriors' Marreese Speights: Collects 13 points in blowout Saturday

    Speights tallied 13 points (5-12 FG, 3-5 FT), five rebounds and an assist over 17 minutes in Saturday's 120-101 blowout of the Kings. Speights received his second-highest amount of playing time on the season and certainly produced with it, posting double-digit points for only the second time this season. However, when the veteran forward will get on the court--and how long he'll remain there once he does--continues to be anyone's guess, as he's seen abbreviated minutes or hasn't come off the bench at all in several blowouts. Due to his highly inconsistent playing time, Speights is not really a consideration in any fantasy format at the moment.

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    Warriors' Marreese Speights: Losing playing time

    Speights played just five minutes in Wednesday night's 100-84 victory over the Grizzlies. In the last three games, Speights has totaled just 12 minutes. The man they call "Mo Buckets" is more like "No Mo Buckets." Speights has made just 32.1 percent of shots (17-53 FG) and that's costing him minutes. Speights was a big part of Golden State's championship season, scoring in bunches off the bench in short minutes. Until he regains his touch, you can expect interim head coach Luke Walton to roll with smaller lineups instead of turning to Speights.

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    Warriors' Marreese Speights: Leads bench in scoring

    Speights scored 14 points (6-of-11 FG, 2-of-2 FT) with four rebounds, an assist and a blocked shot in Friday night's win over the Rockets. Speights has slid back into the role he held last season, providing some scoring punch in short minutes. Through two games, he's put up 23 points (8-of-18 FG) in 24 minutes.

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    Warriors F Marreese Speights tallies 11 in 10 minutes

    Warriors forward Marreese Speights scored 11 points on 4 of 9 shooting with three rebounds and three turnovers in 10 minutes of Tuesday night against Denver. Speights was a key bench player in the championship run last season, averaging 10.4 points and 8.5 shots in 16 minutes per game. He's not very strong in the traditional power-forward categories like rebounding or blocked shots, but has some range and can space the floor. He's competing for backup minutes this year.

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