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Sun, Feb 7, 2016

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Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Southwest Division102.0 (2nd)105.0 (4th)
Western Conference6th11th
NBA11th21st
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Power Forwards
1. A. Davis
2. R. Anderson
Centers
1. O. Asik
2. A. Ajinca
Small Forwards
1. A. Gee
2. D. Cunningham
Shooting Guards
1. B. Dejean-Jones
2. T. Douglas
Point Guards
1. N. Cole
2. J. Holiday
 
Last Updated: 02/08/2016
 
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Last Five Games
2/6 vs. CLE
O. AsikC
N. ColePG
D. CunninghamSF
A. DavisPF
B. Dejean-JonesSG
 
2/4 vs. LAL
N. ColePG
A. GeeSF
A. DavisPF
B. Dejean-JonesSG
O. AsikC
 
2/3 vs. SA
N. ColePG
B. Dejean-JonesSG
A. DavisPF
A. GeeSF
O. AsikC
 
2/1 vs. MEM
B. Dejean-JonesSG
N. ColePG
O. AsikC
A. GeeSF
A. DavisPF
 
1/30 vs. BKN
A. DavisPF
A. GeeSF
O. AsikC
B. Dejean-JonesSG
N. ColePG

Most Frequent Lineup
 PPGRPGAPG
E. GordonSG14.92.12.7
O. AsikC3.76.10.4
T. EvansPG15.25.26.6
A. GeeSF4.03.21.0
A. DavisPF23.410.31.8
 
Notes
  • 27 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 12 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
6 Game(s)
E. GordonSG
O. AsikC
J. HolidayPG
A. GeeSF
A. DavisPF
4 Game(s)
E. GordonSG
O. AsikC
T. EvansPG
A. DavisPF
D. CunninghamSF
2 Game(s)
E. GordonSG
O. AsikC
R. AndersonPF
T. EvansPG
D. CunninghamSF
2 Game(s)
E. GordonSG
T. EvansPG
A. GeeSF
A. DavisPF
A. AjincaC
2 Game(s)
N. ColePG
O. AsikC
T. EvansPG
A. GeeSF
A. DavisPF

 
 

Norris Cole, #30, 6-2, 175
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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3325.89.93.13.20.80.1
 
News
Cole supplied a career-high 26 points (10-19 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 4-4 FT), five assists, two rebounds, and one steal in 34 minutes in Saturday's 99-84 loss to the Cavaliers.

Though his team was soundly defeated, Cole had a happy homecoming in his return to Cleveland, where he spent his college days as a member of Cleveland State. Cole has been one of the top beneficiaries of Tyreke Evans' extended absence due to right knee tendinitis, and while he should regularly clear 30 minutes, he's occasionally prone to some inconsistent shooting nights. Look no further than his 1-for-10 mark from the field in the Pelicans' previous game Thursday against the Lakers as evidence of Cole's sometimes shoddy marksmanship.

Alexis Ajinca, #42, 7-2, 248
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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3811.94.60.43.90.30.5
 
Ryan Anderson, #33, 6-10, 240
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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4831.417.01.16.00.60.4
 
News
Anderson contributed six points (2-11 FG, 0-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, and two assists across 27 minutes in Saturday's 99-84 loss to the Cavaliers.

Anderson saw his fantasy value enjoy a nice spike while Anthony Davis (concussion) was sidelined just over a week ago with a concussion, but his minutes and production have consequently declined since Davis' return. Over his last four games, Anderson hasn't played more than 33 minutes in any contest and has been held under 10 points in two of those contests. He's still worth holding in most season-long formats, but Anderson doesn't make for a particularly appealing DFS option at this time.

Omer Asik, #3, 7-0, 255
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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4317.43.70.46.10.20.5
 
News
Asik tallied six points (3-4 FG), 12 rebounds, and two assists across 29 minutes in Saturday's 99-84 loss to the Cavaliers.

Asik's done a solid job clearing the glass lately with double-digit boards in four of the last six games, but he's a liability in just about every other category. He's scored no more than eight points during that six-game stretch, and is averaging only 0.5 blocks, 0.4 assists, and 0.2 steals on the season.

Toney Douglas, #16, 6-2, 195
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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2914.65.81.81.11.10.0
 
Dante Cunningham, #44, 6-8, 230
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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4819.64.10.63.00.50.4
 
News
Cunningham provided six points (2-6 FG, 2-5 3Pt), three rebounds, two assists, and one steal across 31 minutes in Saturday's 99-84 loss to the Cavaliers.

Though he's only shooting 34.1 percent from downtown for the season, that didn't deter Cunningham from camping out on the perimeter Saturday. While he shot the ball well in his opportunities, the fact that he could only muster six shots in 31 minutes of playing time speaks to his limited role in the Pelicans' offense. Even if Cunningham sticks over Alonzo Gee as the starting small forward, there's not much fantasy appeal to be had.

Jrue Holiday, #11, 6-4, 205
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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4425.914.55.32.71.10.4
 
News
Holiday contributed 19 points (9-20 FG, 1-6 3Pt), nine assists, a steal and a block over 34 minutes in Thursday's 99-96 loss to the Lakers.

The veteran provided some much-needed production on a night where starting point guard Norris Cole could only pitch in two points. Holiday continues to serve as one of the Pelicans' most dependable sources of offensive production for a depleted backcourt that has been rendered thin in the wake of injuries to Tyreke Evans and Eric Gordon. The 25-year-old is now averaging a solid 18.7 points, 7.3 assists and 2.6 rebounds over 28.8 minutes in his last 10 games.

Alonzo Gee, #15, 6-6, 225
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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5021.54.01.03.20.90.2
 
News
Gee provided three points (1-4 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and four rebounds in 17 minutes off the bench in Saturday's 99-84 loss to the Cavaliers.

Meanwhile, Dante Cunningham, who replaced Gee as the starting small forward, played 31 minutes and tallied six points and three rebounds. It remains possible that a few poor performances from Cunningham could allow Gee to reclaim his starting role, but the job battle isn't really worth tracking, as both players are limited offensively and can't be relied on to produce useful counting stats even in large chunks of court time.

Anthony Davis, #23, 6-10, 253
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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4435.723.41.810.31.32.4
 
News
Davis tallied 24 points (11-20 FG, 2-4 FT), 11 rebounds (four offensive), and two blocks across 40 minutes in Saturday's 99-84 loss to the Cavaliers.

Davis had nowhere to go but down after a 39-point, 11-board outing Thursday against the Lakers, but he at least came through with scoring and rebound production that was right on par with his season averages. The 22-year-old has played at least 37 minutes in each of the Pelicans' five games since he returned from a concussion, so despite having dealt with multiple short-term injury setbacks this season, Davis doesn't look like he's going to face restrictions at any point.

Bryce Dejean-Jones, #31, 6-6, 203
2015-16 Regular Season Stats
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920.96.70.93.70.90.1
 
News
Dejean-Jones provided one point (0-2 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT), two assists, and one rebound across 20 minutes in Saturday's 99-84 loss to the Cavaliers.

Dejean-Jones has looked solid at times as the replacement in the starting five for the injured Tyreke Evans (knee), and while he'll likely stick in that role at least until the All-Star break, his appeal remains limited to deeper formats. In his six starts, Dejean-Jones is averaging 9.5 points (on 44.4% shooting from the field), 4.8 boards, 1.3 assists, and 1.3 steals across 30.2 minutes.