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Pacers' Myles Turner: Flirts with double-double in loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Turner notched 17 points (6-13 FG, 0-1 3pt, 5-7 FT) to go along with nine rebounds, two steals, one assist and a block across 37 minutes in Thursday's 111-98 loss to the Wizards.

A lingering illness hampered Turner earlier in the month, and although he's still posting good numbers, his rebound output has left something to be desired. The 6-11 center's last double-digit rebound total was three weeks ago, and he's only recorded ten or more rebounds ten times this season. This is a huge knock on Turner's value, which is why he's more of a tournament play in DFS than a reliable cash play. Granted, having an elite forward like Paul George in your lineup will steal some of those valuable boards from the big man, but you still have to consider Turner as a bit of a risk-reward play while the Pacers try to emerge from their funk. They'll have plenty of time to regroup over the All-Star break. When they return they'll face a resurgent Grizzlies team that ranks 8th in defense versus centers, so Turner will face a difficult test to begin the second half of the season.

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Pacers' Jeff Teague: Disappoints in loss to Wizards
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Teague posted 6 points (3-7 FG, 0-3 3pt), six rebounds and five assists across 27 minutes in Thursday's 111-98 loss to the Wizards.

If you look at his game logs, Teague has the kind of game we saw Thursday night once in every eight to ten games. Luckily for Teague owners, he's an absolute stud in the remaining contests. It's not entirely Teague's fault, as coach Nate McMillan tends to give Monta Ellis and Rodney Stuckey more backcourt minutes than is warranted. When you give Ellis 30 minutes, naturally Teague's production is going to suffer, and that can cause his owners some frustration. He more than makes up for it with his usual massive stat lines, and always shows up with several dimes, as he averages 8.2 assists per game this season.

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Pacers' Kevin Seraphin: Unimpressive in third start
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

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.

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Pacers' Lavoy Allen: Ruled out Thursday vs. Wizards
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Allen (knee) won't play in Thursday's matchup with the Wizards.

Allen worked out in pregame warmups to test his knee and it was determined that he wasn't yet ready to return to action. Thursday will mark the third consecutive game his missed due his injury. Kevin Seraphin started in place of Allen the past two games and likely will once again. With the All-Star break coming up, Allen will have until next week Friday to recover and return to action for the Pacers' game against the Grizzlies.

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Pacers' Lavoy Allen: Remains game-time call Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Allen (knee) will be a game-time decision for Thursday's game against the Wizards.

Allen was given a questionable designation earlier on Thursday, but he's now expected to test out the injury during pregame warmups before giving a final word on his availability. He drew a bunch of starts in place of the ailing Thaddues Young (wrist) before going down with an injury of his own, but coach Nate McMillan said Allen would could off the bench if he was ultimately cleared, which likely means Kevin Seraphin is in line to pick up another start at power forward.

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2016-17 Team Leaders
PPGPaul George , SF22.3
RPGMyles Turner , C7.2
APGJeff Teague , PG8.1
FG%Thaddeus Young , SF52.2
FT%Paul George , SF91.4
3P%C.J. Miles , SF41.7
BLOCKSMyles Turner , C118
STEALSThaddeus Young , SF90
MPGPaul George , SF35.7
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