Ilyasova produced 18 points (7-13 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), seven rebounds, one assist and one steal across 26 minutes during a 109-93 loss to the Wizards on Saturday.
Ilyasova had been in a bit of a shooting slump as he had shot below 40 percent in the previous four games, but improved on that Saturday with an efficient display. He has an impressive scoring streak going right now, as he's reached double figures in 19 straight contests. Ilyasova has proven to be the most consistent scorer on a nightly basis for the team since being acquired from Oklahoma City, considering Joel Embiid is in and out of the lineup for rest.
Ilyasova has been rolling for the past month, but he's finally hit something resembling a rough patch over his past three games. While his scoring hasn't slowed much thanks to the high volume he receives on the offensive end, Ilyasova's shooting touch has been off the mark; he's hit only 34 percent of his attempts from the field and 20.7 percent of his attempts from distance during the three-game stretch. Since much of Ilyasova's offensive output comes from three-point range, he'll likely remain a risk in the field-goal percentage category, but until he begins losing out on playing time to Dario Saric or Nerlens Noel, he should still be an excellent source of counting stats.
Ilyasova continued his strong recent play. He saw more minutes than Nerlens Noel and Jahlil Okafor combined, which speaks to the role he has carved for himself playing alongside Joel Embiid as a stretch four. Ilyasova is averaging 17.5 points, 8.0 rebounds, and 2.5 threes in 30.6 minutes over his past 13 games. Until he cools off, Ilyasova should be owned and used in all formats.
Ilyasova provided 23 points (8-16 FG, 5-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 13 rebounds and one assist across 37 minutes in a 124-122 win over the Nuggets on Friday.
With the 76ers opting to hold out Jahlil Okafor (hamstring) as a precaution one night after fellow big man Joel Embiid rested in a loss to the Jazz, Ilyasova was able to log his second start and double-double in a row. As an impending free agent, Ilyasova didn't look to be a major part of the 76ers' long-term plans when he was acquired from the Thunder in November, but he's become indispensable to a Philadelphia frontcourt that would otherwise have extreme crowding issues without him. Ilyasova has more than lived up to his billing as a floor-stretching power forward of late, drilling 3.0 treys per game at a 58.1 percent clip in his past six contests. Even if he moves back to the bench Tuesday against the Timberwolves when both Embiid and Okafor are expected to play, Ilyasova will still see a solid helping of minutes.
Ilyasova started at power forward and posted 16 points (7-13 FG, 2-4 3Pt), 12 rebounds and one assist across 24 minutes in a 100-83 loss to the Jazz on Thursday.
The 76ers' decision to rest Joel Embiid for the front end of the back-to-back set allowed Ilyasova to reenter the starting five following a six-game stint on the bench, and the veteran forward delivered, pacing the team in both points and rebounds. He'll likely see his usage decline Friday against the Nuggets while moving back to the bench, but Ilyasova's playing time should remain stable.
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