Head coach Doc Rivers suggested Thursday night that Gilgeous-Alexander was going to remain a member of the starting lineup, Tomer Azarly of ClutchPoints.com reports.

This statement from Rivers came shorty after Gilgeous-Alexander dropped a career-high 19 points in Thursday's loss, and that combined with the possibility that Avery Bradley (ankle) could be facing an extended absence means that the rookie is locked into a starting spot in the Clippers' backcourt. If Gilgeous-Alexander continues to get large chunks of minutes like he did Thursday night, he could become a legitimate fantasy asset.

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