Seraphin supplied 17 points (8-10 FG, 1-2 FT), six rebounds, and one steal in 19 minutes during Monday's 120-111 win over the 76ers.
Seraphin finished with a season high in scoring, and he is averaging 13.0 points per game over the last three tilts. Al Jefferson (ankle) was listed as active last Thursday, but he still hasn't suited up since March 26. If Jefferson remains sidelined for Wednesday's regular season finale versus the Hawks, it seems likely that Seraphin would once again be in line to receive most of the backup center minutes behind Myles Turner.
Seraphin totaled 11 points (4-8 FG, 3-3 FT), seven rebounds, one assist and one block across 23 minutes during Thursday's 104-89 victory over the Bucks.
With Al Jefferson (ankle) and Lavoy Allen both collecting DNP-CDs, Seraphin was asked to take on the bulk of the work as the Pacers' big man off the bench. He responded by putting together an efficient effort from the field and cleaning the glass well while seeing his most time on the floor since Feb. 16 against the Wizards, where he collected nine points, five rebounds and one assist across 25 minutes. While Seraphin can likely be ignored in most fantasy formats due to his spotty role in the Pacers' rotation, he makes for a possible DFS play when he's in line for extended minutes.
Seraphin produced two points (1-1 FG) and two rebounds across six minutes in a 87-81 loss to the Knicks on Tuesday.
The Pacers had a few extra minutes available in the frontcourt with bench big man Lavoy Allen (knee) sitting out, so Seraphin was able to enter the rotation for the first time in three games. Barring any other injuries to the team's core frontcourt options, Seraphin isn't likely to see his playing time pick up from here, so he can be left on the wire in most leagues.
Seraphin posted 8 points (4-8 FG, 1-2 FT), five rebounds and one assist across 25 minutes During Thursday's 111-98 loss to the Wizards.
With Thaddeus Young (wrist) and Lavoy Allen (knee) still sidelined, Seraphin once again drew the start and played about as well as he did against the Cavs Wednesday night. Coach Nate McMillan took a different tactic and gave Al Jefferson extended minutes in Seraphin's stead, and the veteran forward outscored Seraphin with 12 points over 11 minutes. Losing a guy like Young would be tough on any team as he leads the Pacers in steals and field-goal percentage. His loss has helped extend the Pacers' losing streak to six straight. There's no need to rush in and grab Seraphin or Jefferson as the team hopes to see Young back after the All-Star break, and even if he misses more time the situation is too muddled to warrant taking a risk on either player.
Seraphin registered 12 points (6-9 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 0-2 FT), four rebounds, one assist and one block across 27 minutes in Monday's 110-106 loss to the Spurs.
Seraphin reached double-digit points for the fourth time this season in Monday night's start. He's averaged just 10.9 minutes on the season, but with both Thaddeus Young (wrist) and Lavoy Allen (knee) both out, he nearly tripled that average. If he wants to see more consistent minutes in the rotation, he's going to have to rebound more effectively than he did Monday, as four boards in 27 minutes won't cut it for a team that lacks true rebounders.
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