Lillard manufactured 30 points (12-25 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 4-5 FT), five rebounds, one assist, and one steal across 36 minutes during Friday's 93-92 loss to the 76ers.
Lillard handled the vast majority of the scoring load for the Trail Blazers on Friday, with no one else on the team providing more than 16 points. He only managed to dish out one assist while committing five turnovers, but the team shot just 37.1 percent from the field, including Lillard's high-volume 48 percent, so his passes often resulted in a miss. He was also handed a different starting lineup than usual by coach Terry Stotts at the last minute before tipoff, so Lillard's game Friday may have been a result of unfamiliarity with the rotation. The Trail Blazers travel to Boston on Saturday for a tilt against the Celtics, and we'll just have to wait and see what lineup coach Stotts uses, and how Lillard reacts on the second half of a back-to-back set.
Lillard posted 21 points (7-18 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 5-5 FT), seven rebounds, six assists, one steal and one block across 35 minutes in a 107-85 loss to the Hornets on Wendesday.
Despite leading the team in scoring, Lillard's struggles from the field continued. The Blazers' point guard is now shooting just 37.8 percent from the field and 28.6 percent from three-point range in his last five games. He will have a great chance to get back on track when the Blazers play the Sixers on Friday.
Lillard scored 22 points (6-17 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 6-6 FT) with seven rebounds, three assists and one block across 28 minutes in Monday's 120-101 loss to the Wizards.
The fact that Lillard was perhaps Portland's best player on Monday, is indicative of how the game turned out for the Blazers. Despite making just six field goals on 35.3 percent shooting he was easily the team's leading scorer. Lillard has struggled a bit from the field since returning from an ankle injury a couple of weeks ago. He is averaging 21.8 points on just 40.9 percent from the field in his six games back since the injury, down from a season average of 26.3 points on 44.8 percent from the field.
Lillard put up 34 points (12-27 FG, 2-11 3Pt, 8-9 FT), eight rebounds and three assists in 37 minutes during a 115-109 loss to Orlando on Friday.
Lillard has not shot the ball well since returning from a sprained ankle that sidelined him two weeks. He's shooting just 40.9 percent from the field over his last 10 games, and is currently shooting a career-worst 34.1 percent from beyond the arc on the season. But Lillard's attacking style earns him a ton of free throws, where he's earning a career-high 7.4 attempts per game, which more than makes up for his occasional slumps. As such, his fantasy production rarely skips a beat and should still be treated as A-level DFS value.
Lillard supplied 20 points (7-16 FG, 3-9 3Pt, 3-4 FT), nine rebounds and five assists across 43 minutes in a 125-124 double-overtime loss to the Pistons on Sunday.
Playing in his second game since returning from a two-week absence due to a sprained ankle, Lillard turned in a strong stat line, but deferred most of the scoring responsibilities to backcourt mate C.J. McCollum, who went off for 35 points. Coach Terry Stotts indicated after the game that Lillard isn't quite all the way back from a conditioning standpoint, but since he's turned in quality performances in both of his first two games back from injury, fantasy owners shouldn't have any reservations about activating him for the new week.
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