O'Neale tallied just two points, four rebounds, and four assists in 28 minutes during Monday's 122-108 victory over Golden State.
O'Neale struggled to have any sort of impact during Monday's victory, ending with just two points on 0-of-1 shooting. Despite the starting tag, O'Neale is typically not someone you would want to consider in 12 or even 14-team leagues. He will have the occasional outburst but being the fourth or fifth option is simply not going to get it done in standard formats.
O'Neale contributed 11 points (4-6 FG, 3-4 3Pt), 11 rebounds, two assists and a steal in 36 minutes during Friday's 103-100 win over the Bucks.
O'Neale finished with his second double-digit scoring effort and first double-double of the year. Despite starting, O'Neale largely plays a complementary role, which limits his fantasy value. In 27.6 minutes per contest, the third-year forward's averaging just 5.9 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists, though he's shooting a sizzling 54.3 percent from the field, 43.8 percent from behind the arc and 100.0 percent from the line.
O'Neale finished with zero points (0-0 FG), four rebounds and one assist in 24 minutes during the Jazz's 110-96 victory over the Clippers on Wednesday.
O'Neale failed to attempt a single shot Wednesday despite playing 24 minutes, his lowest total thus this season. Including the aforementioned clunker, O'Neale is averaging 7.2 points per game and 27.2 minutes per contest which should give the capable two-way wing at least some modest fantasy value in deeper formats.
O'Neale furnished seven points (2-6 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, two assists and one steal across 26 minutes during the Jazz's 126-118 preseason loss to the Trail Blazers on Wednesday.
The multi-talented wing put in a trademark solid effort while drawing the start at small forward. It's unclear if O'Neale will open the season on the first unit, but he averaged a solid 20.4 minutes while mostly coming off the bench last season and would presumably be in line for a similar workload at minimum in the coming campaign.
O'Neale will start Wednesday's game against Portland, Andy Larsen of KSL.com reports.
O'Neale will replace Jeff Green in the starting lineup Wednesday. The third-year forward totaled six points, seven rebounds, two assists and a block in Monday's preseason loss to the Kings.
O'Neale is starting Friday's preseason game against the Pelicans, Tony Jones of The Athletic reports.
O'Neale draws the start over Joe Ingles in this one, though it's unlikely that he'll be able to win over the starting job anytime soon. Even so, O'Neale will aim to make the most out of this opportunity.
O'Neale notched 18 points (8-13 FG, 2-4 3Pt), five rebounds, and two assists in 33 minutes during Wednesday's 100-93 Game 5 loss to the Rockets.
O'Neale continued to play solid defense on Houston's James Harden while sinking at least two threes and reaching double figures in scoring for the third time in the last four games. The 25-year-old forward blossomed into one of the team's most capable two-way wings this season, and he's fairly likely to carve out an even more demanding role come 2019-20.
O'Neale tallied 11 points (3-9 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 3-4 FT), 11 rebounds, one assist, and one block in 33 minutes during Monday's 107-91 victory over Houston.
O'Neale was certainly impactful off the bench Monday, coming away with a double-double in the Game 4 victory. He has put together a decent run of performances across the playoffs but is far from a must-roster player if you are still involved in a playoff fantasy league.
O'Neale poured in 17 points (7-10 FG, 3-6 3Pt) and added four assists, two rebounds and one steal across 27 minutes during the Jazz's 118-98 loss to the Rockets in Game 2 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series Wednesday.
O'Neale was a surprising source of offense off the bench, flashing a hot hand from all over the floor. Coach Quin Snyder opted to give O'Neale extended run in a quest to find some much-needed scoring punch, and the second-year wing delivered in fine fashion. However, it bears noting the 25-year-old only logged 15 minutes during Game 1, so his playing time will likely remain difficult to trust from game to game during the series.
O'Neale will get the start for Wednesday's game against Phoenix, Andy Larsen of KSL.com reports.
O'Neale will start in place of Ricky Rubio, who's out with a tight right hamstring. So far this season, O'Neale's parlayed 12 previous starts into averages of 9.5 points, 5.6 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 31.9 minutes.
O'Neale racked up 17 points (6-13 FG, 5-10 3Pt), eight rebounds, two assists, and one steal in 40 minutes during Monday's 98-89 loss to the Thunder.
O'Neale earned a team high minute total and matched career highs in made threes and minutes. The continued absence of Ricky Rubio (hip), who missed his second straight game, has resulted in O'Neale stepping into the starting lineup for these last two tilts, and he reached double figures in scoring in both. Rubio was reportedly able to go through parts of Sunday's practice, so he could be close to rejoining the rotation. However, O'Neale's ability to defend and sink threes has helped him earn the trust of coach Quin Snyder, so anytime Rubio is sidelined O'Neale should be expected to collect the extra playing time.
O'Neale will start Friday against the Grizzlies, Eric Walden of The Salt Lake Tribune reports.
With Ricky Rubio (hip) out, Donovan Mitchell will slide to point guard, opening up a position in the starting five, which O'Neale will fill. In 10 previous starts this season, he's averaging 8.7 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.0 steal in 31.4 minutes.
O'Neale produced 17 points (6-7 FG, 4-4 3Pt, 1-1 FT), five rebounds and an assist across 25 minutes in the Jazz's win over the Spurs on Saturday.
O'Neale finished with his third straight double-digit scoring effort, fueled by hitting all four of his shots from downtown in Saturday's win. O'Neale is a great scoring option off the bench for the Jazz as he can heat up quickly and provide some juice to Utah's second unit. He's drained seven of eight three-pointers over his last two contests.
O'Neale collected 15 points (5-6 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four assists, two rebounds, and two steals in 27 minutes during Wednesday's 116-88 win over the Suns.
O'Neale continues to play a key role off the bench but hasn't been able to maintain much consistency since Ricky Rubio returned to the lineup back on Jan. 21. O'Neale has only seen 30 minutes or more once since that date, with the exception being Rubio's first game back, in which Rubio saw just 14 minutes. As a result, O'Neale is best reserved for use in deeper leagues.
O'Neale managed 10 points (4-9 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT), six rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block across 24 minutes in the Jazz's 125-98 loss to the Rockets on Saturday.
O'Neale paced the second unit in minutes and produced with them, posting a bench-high scoring tally. The second-year wing was more aggressive than usual on the offensive end, as his nine shot attempts equaled his highest figure in that category since Jan. 11. O'Neale is still consistently logging over 20 minutes per contest in his bench role, but his typically lower level of usage can often put a significant cap on his overall production.
O'Neale finished with five points (2-4 FG, 1-3 3Pt), three rebounds, three assists and three steals across 24 minutes Wednesday in the Jazz's 114-108 win over the Nuggets.
With Ricky Rubio moving back into the starting five in his second game back from a hamstring injury, O'Neale was unsurprisingly bumped to the second unit as a result. The demotion came with a decrease in playing time after O'Neale had logged 30-plus minutes in five of the previous six games and averaged 10.3 points, 7.0 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 2.0 treys and 1.3 steals over that span. It's unlikely that O'Neale sees his minutes increase now that the Jazz have their ideal starting unit intact, so the forward can probably be dropped in the majority of formats where he was recently added.
O'Neale will come off the bench for Wednesday's game against the Nuggets, Eric Walden of The Salt Lake Tribune reports.
O'Neale will return to his usual bench role after starting six straight games while Ricky Rubio (hamstring) was sidelines. The second-year forward, who was averaging 12.3 points and 7.3 rebounds over his last three games will likely see his minutes and production drop accordingly.
O'Neale had 11 points (4-9 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-3 FT), four rebounds, two steals, one assist, and one block in 37 minutes during Monday's 109-104 loss to the Trail Blazers.
O'Neale drew his sixth straight start and scored in double figures for the third consecutive contest. Ricky Rubio (hamstring) returned to the lineup following a six-game absence, but the veteran point guard came off the bench in this one. It's unclear if Rubio will re-join the starting lineup for Wednesday's matchup with the Nuggets, or whether coach Quin Snyder will stick with what has been working lately. Regardless, O'Neale has been extremely steady during this recent stretch of games, and he may have carved out a considerable role for himself going forward.
O'Neale totaled 17 points (5-13 FG, 5-12 3Pt, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds, two steals, and one assist in 40 minutes during Friday's 113-95 victory over the Lakers.
O'Neale moved into the starting lineup with Donovan Mitchell shifting over to the point guard spot. With the Jazz very thin in the backcourt, O'Neale could be in line for a short-term boost in value. That being said, this game was a blowout and so his production needs to be looked at with caution.
O'Neale finished with two rebounds in nine minutes during Saturday's 110-105 win over the Pistons.
O'Neale is a strong defensive wing who fits the team's culture and has appeared in all 40 contests thus far this season. With that being said, his modest reserve role and meager per-game averages limit his value to the very deepest fantasy leagues.
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