Troy Daniels

#30 SG / Charlotte Hornets / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 205 lb Age: 24 College: Virginia Commonwealth

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: DNP-CD in four of last five

    Daniels has been a DNP-CD in four of the Hornets' last five games. Daniels played just two minutes in Wednesday's win over the Pacers, breaking a streak of four consecutive DNP-CDs. The 24-year-old is among the league's best three-point shooters, but he doesn't bring much else to the table and has been buried behind Nic Batum, Jeremy Lin and Jeremy Lamb of late. Daniels has proven capable of being productive when given the opportunity, however, evidenced by his 28-point (8-11 3Pt), seven-rebound eruption in 31 minutes against the Kings on Jan. 25.

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: Scores career-high 28 points, sinks go-ahead three in closing seconds

    Daniels delivered 28 points (10-15 FG, 8-11 3Pt, 0-2 FT) and seven rebounds in 31 minutes during the Hornets' 129-128 double overtime win against the Kings on Monday. Daniels not only scored a career-high 28 points on a career-high eight triples. He also drained a three to take the lead in the final seconds of the Hornets' double overtime win while grabbing a career-high seven rebounds in the process. Daniels was buried on the Hornets' bench during October, November, and December, but he is starting to earn more meaningful minutes in January. He has scored in double figures in three of the last four games, but once Nicolas Batum (toe) is able to return, Daniels' time will again be fairly hard to come by.

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: Scores season-high 17 in Friday's overtime win

    Daniels scored 17 points (7-15 FG, 3-5 3Pt) while adding three rebounds, two assists and a block in 32 minutes off the bench during Friday's win over the Magic. He ended up playing more minutes than starter Jeremy Lin, and Daniels has now scored in double digits in back-to-back games for the first time in his brief career. He's also drained at least one three-pointer in six straight games, and while he won't see this kind of workload every night, Daniels' court time is on the rise and he could be worth looking at in deep fantasy formats if you need a boost in three-pointers.

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: Scores 11 points Wednesday

    Daniels tallied 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-5 3Pt) and two boards over 17 minutes in Wednesday's 109-95 loss to the Thunder. Daniels has seen double-digit minutes in four of the past five games, and sees to have eclipsed Brian Roberts as the Hornets' second guard off the bench with Jeremy Lamb (toe) missing the last four games. The Hornets ended up losing Nicolas Batum (toe) to injury during Wednesday's contest, so there could be an opportunity for Daniels to surpass the 20-minute mark Friday against the Magic if both Lamb and Batum are sidelined.

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: Scores season-high 13 points in loss

    Daniels tallied 13 points (5-9 FG, 3-7 3Pt), three rebounds, two assists, and one steal across 23 minutes in Wednesday's 111-102 loss to the Suns. The Hornets have been dealing with a few injuries in the backcourt of late, enabling Daniels to enter the rotation in three of the past five games. With Nicolas Batum (toe) sidelined and Jeremy Lamb (wrist) limited to seven minutes Wednesday, Daniels received his most extensive action of the season, and was able to take advantage of the opportunity by knocking down more than half of his shots. It's unlikely that a 20-minute role will regularly be in the cards for Daniels once Batum and Lamb are back to full health, but Daniels will at least notice a short-term bump in value.

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: Will not play Monday

    Daniels (personal) will not play Monday against the Kings. Daniels is away from the team Monday and has been excused from the game for personal reasons. The nature of his absence is unclear, but consider the shooting guard questionable for Wednesday's matchup with Washington.

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: Doesn't see any action Wednesday

    Daniels failed to see any action Wednesday when Charlotte defeated the Nets 116-111. Daniels hasn't been a major part of the Hornets' rotation in the early stages of the regular season, having only played 14 minutes in their first 12 tilts. He's stuck behind Nicolas Batum and Jeremy Lamb on the depth chart and will have a difficult time finding an increased role in the near future.

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: Logs six minutes in debut

    Daniels (hamstring) managed to log six minutes in his season debut Tuesday against the Bulls, posting three points (1-3 FG, 1-2 3Pt) and one rebound. Daniels was questionable to play Tuesday, but ultimately was able to play. He's locked behind Nicolas Batum on the depth chart, and likely won't get enough minutes to contribute from a fantasy perspective.

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: Probable Tuesday

    Daniels (hamstring) is listed as probable in advance of Tuesday's matchup with the Bulls. Daniels has been hampered by the hamstring since the onset on camp, and he's yet to play in any of the Hornets' regular season games. It looks as though he could make his debut Tuesday, though it's worth noting that he was active Sunday and did not play.

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    Hornets' Troy Daniels: Active for Sunday's game

    Daniels (hamstring) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Hawks. Daniels has been sitting out with a hamstring strain, but is finally active and will have a chance to make his season debut Sunday. Despite being active, he still remains buried on the depth chart and limited in his potential fantasy impact.

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