Harrell provided a solid across-the-stat-sheet showing, but he was less prolific on the scoreboard than in recent games. The emerging big man had tallied between 21 and 26 points in three of his prior four contests, so the slight downturn isn't of any concern. Moreover, as he's often prone to do, Harrell made up for the modest offensive shortfall with solid contributions elsewhere, a nod to a stellar 25.16 Player Efficiency Rating that puts him just outside the top 10 behind an elite list that includes Anthony Davis, James Harden and Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Harrell's scoring total paced the Clippers on the night and qualified as his third tally of more than 20 points in the last four games. The 24-year-old also has a trio of double-doubles over the first seven games of 2019, following a month of December when he only accomplished the feat twice across 15 contests. Harrell continues to be a valued asset across all formats despite his second-unit role, with his elite Player Efficiency Rating (PER) of 25.47 a testament to Harrell's ability to make the most out of his 25.5 minutes per contest.
Harrell recorded 21 points (8-14 FG, 5-6 FT), nine rebounds, six assists, four blocks and a steal in 33 minutes Saturday against Detroit.
Harrell played magnificently off the bench for the Clippers, scoring in double-figures for the third straight game. The fourth-year pro struggled a bit during December, but has picked it up of late, and now has eclipsed 20-points in seven of his past 14 games. Harrell continues to provide exceptional value off the bench, and is averaging 15.7 points, 6.7 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.4 blocks on the season.
Harrell registered 16 points (7-9 FG, 2-2 FT), six rebounds and a block across 22 minutes Thursday against Denver.
Harrell was one of the Clippers' top bench contributors, exhibiting efficiency with his shot down low and cleaning up the glass in limited playing time. After logging 30 minutes off the bench Tuesday against Charlotte, he regressed back to his usual workload (he's averaging 23.8 minutes to begin 2019). Harrell could be picked up as a quick streamer when looking for quick boards and points, although he likely won't join the first unit anytime soon, thus limiting his appeal.
Harrell delivered a signature line while drawing even with Tobias Harris for the second-highest scoring tally on the night for the Clippers. The ultra-efficient big man continues to put in heavy work off the bench, and Tuesday's point total actually served as his best since Dec. 2, when he'd generated the same number versus the Mavericks. While he's prone to the occasional single-digit scoring effort, Harrell is rewarding fantasy owners with solid averages of 15.7 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game. Moreover, he's picked up his steals production of late, pushing his season average in that category to 1.0 after recording at least one theft in six of the last seven.
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