Bagley closed with 13 points (5-5 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds and four assists in 35 minutes during Friday's 141-137 3OT win over Los Angeles.

Bagley has returned to the rotation since the Kings ousted Luke Walton, and Friday easily marked his season high in minutes as the game took three overtime periods to settle. Bagley was also helped by the absences of Richaun Holmes (eye) and Harrison Barnes (foot), but he'd played 19 and 12 minutes, respectively, in the previous two games, so interim coach Alvin Gentry appears to be giving him a chance. Given Bagley's pedigree, he's worth keeping an eye on in season-long leagues, but for now he hasn't shown enough to warrant starting consideration in most formats.

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