Satoransky supplied two points (1-3 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 0-2 FT), four assists, and one rebound in 12 minutes during Friday's 140-111 win over the Guangzhou Long-Lions.
Satoransky started alongside Austin Rivers with John Wall and Bradley Beal receiving the preseason finale off for rest. Satoransky saw limited action in last season's playoff series against the Raptors, but seems to have solidified his spot in the regular rotation going forward. With that being said, he's unlikely to hold much value outside of deeper leagues unless at least one of the aforementioned guys goes down with an injury.
Satoransky is slated to start Friday's preseason game against the Guangzhou Long-Lions
With both John Wall and Bradley Beal getting the night off to rest, Satoransky and Austin Rivers are penciled into the starting five. Satoransky figures to see a limited role once the 2018-2019 campaign kicks off.
Satoranksy had just five points (2-4 FG, 1-1 3Pt), five rebounds and four assists in 15 minutes during Friday's 121-114 preseason victory over Miami.
Satoransky was able to put up some numbers in his limited time on the court but appears likely to see a reduced role moving into the regular season. He had somewhat of a breakout in 2017-18 which was largely due to the injury to John Wall. He certainly has some upside but with the addition of Austin Rivers, will find it hard to see enough court time to come anywhere close to that kind of production.
Satoransky recorded just one rebound in five minutes during Sunday's 106-98 victory over Toronto.
Satoransky barely left the bench Sunday, continuing his recent demotion to the bench. After filling in admirably for John Wall across the back half of the season, Satoransky appears to have almost fallen out of the rotation. The series now heads North for Game Five and Satoransky's production potential remains questionable as best.
Satoransky will start at point guard for Wednesday's regular-season finale against the Magic, Candace Buckner of the Washington Post reports.
The Wizards are giving usual starter John Wall the night off for rest in the regular-season finale, so Satoransky will reclaim a starting role. Satoransky is no stranger to the top unit and has averaged 10.3 points, 4.2 rebounds and 5.8 assists across 30.3 minutes in 29 previous starts. He'll make for a solid low-cost point guard option for Wednesday's DFS slate.
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