DeRozan accumulated 40 points (14-25 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 12-13 FT), six rebounds, three assists and one steal across 36 minutes during Thursday's 101-84 victory over the Heat.
With both Kyle Lowry (wrist) and Serge Ibaka (suspension) both out, DeRozan took it upon himself to carry the scoring burden for the Raptors, dropping his second consecutive 40-point game. Overall, DeRozan has somewhat struggled over the month of March without Lowry available, averaging 22.8 points per game on 43.9 percent shooting. He relies heavily on his mid-range game and drives to the hoop, but has had trouble finding his shots with defenses easily able to focus on him, since the Raptors have few other players capable of creating off the dribble.
DeRozan scored 42 points (17-38 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 7-11 FT) while adding eight assists, seven rebounds, a steal and a block in 43 minutes during Tuesday's 122-120 overtime win over the Bulls.
He tied his career high by scoring 20 or more points for the 54th time this season. DeRozan's production has been mostly hindered, not helped, by the loss of Kyle Lowry (wrist) as he fights through extra defensive attention, but at least for one night he would not be denied, leading the Raptors to overcome a 15-point fourth-quarter deficit and then sinking the jumper that gave the team their first lead of the game with 1:23 left in OT. He'll get a day to rest before Toronto heads to Miami on Thursday for another contest with heavy playoff implications.
DeRozan scored 14 points (3-9 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 8-8 FT) to go along with eight rebounds and six assists over36 minutes in Friday's 87-75 win over the Pistons.
After 22 and 25 points in his last two contests, DeRozan cooled off on Friday and managed only 33 percent from the floor. He's still the focal point of Toronto's offense while Kyle Lowry (wrist) remains sidelined, as he's averaged 25 points, 5.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists since Lowry was injured. It's looking like Lowry will be ready for the postseason, so until the end of the regular season DeRozan should still be Toronto's best fantasy option despite Friday's unexciting stat line. The Raptors face a less-than-impressive Indiana defense on Sunday, making DeRozan an excellent play in all formats.
DeRozan posted 25 points (10-17 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six rebounds, two assists and two steals across 32 minutes in Monday's 100-78 win over the Mavericks.
DeRozan paced all scorers in the lopsided contest, which gave the Raptors their first win in their last three outings. The All-Star swingman shot an efficient 58.8 percent from the field, but his shooting has been shaky in recent weeks. He is averaging just 19 points on 40.6 percent from the field-- significantly less than his season average of 27.2 points on 46.2 percent shooting.
DeRozan posted 28 points (12-30 FG, 1-8 3Pt, 3-4 FT), eight rebounds, six assists and two steals across 36 minutes in Friday's 105-99 loss to the Hawks.
DeRozan was once again the focal point of Toronto's offensive attack with Kyle Lowry (wrist) still sidelined. DeRozan struggled a bit with his shot on Friday, managing 40 percent from the floor but only 12 percent in eight attempts from beyond the arc. Win or lose, DeRozan will be a fantasy treasure trove until Lowry returns, and is well worth his price in DFS formats.
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