Adams has proven himself to be immensely valuable in fantasy considering his consistently low usage rate. Going into Wednesday's matchup it had only eclipsed 20-percent on one occasion during the 2018-19 season. The 25-year-old big man does a little bit of everything and a lot of some things for the Thunder. He doesn't stretch the floor at all, but his mobility, ability to work as the roll-man in the two-man game, and his effectiveness from the short-mid range make him immensely valuable for both the Thunder and fantasy owners.
Adams totaled 18 points (9-13 FG), seven rebounds, four steals, two blocks, and one assist in 33 minutes during Monday's 118-101 victory over the Suns.
Adams had his way inside the pain Monday, going 9-of-13 from the field on his way to 18 points. He also chipped in with a combined six steals and blocks, continuing his strong start to the season. Adams is very important to the Thunder and an injury is really the only thing that will stop him from seeing minutes in the 30's on a regular basis. Aside from the free-throw issues, Adams produces across the board and needs to be rostered everywhere.
Adams posted 20 points (9-11 FG, 4-8 FT) 13 rebounds and two assists in 36 minutes during Saturday's 111-96 loss to the Mavericks.
Adams is currently enjoying the best season averages of his six-year career, as he came into tonight's game averaging a career-best 14.5 points, 10.7 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game. Some of his success can probably be attributed to Russell Westbrook's sporadic appearances on the floor in the early going, but it's obvious that Adams is making strides in his own right. He's attempting almost 10 shots per game on average, which is the most he's averaged in his career, yet he's connecting on almost 60 percent of those shots.
Adams contributed 19 points (7-12 FG, 5-9 FT), 10 rebounds, four assists and two steals in 32 minutes Thursday against the Rockets.
The large New Zelander has one of his best games of the season, recording a season high is both points and assists. Adams is an admirable third-option for the Thunder and always manages to hold strong value with his rebounding, field-goal percentage and defensive stats. While not the foremost center, Adams provides solid top-15 value, and is averaging 13.4 points, 10.6 rebounds, 1.6 steals, 1.3 blocks and 1.3 assists while shooting 57.6 percent from the floor on the season.
Adams collected nine points (3-6 FG, 3-6 FT), 13 rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks across 34 minutes in Wednesday's 95-86 win over the Cavaliers.
Adams has failed to post a double-double in each of the last four contests, although he has averaged 12 points and nine rebounds over that span. He should remain near those marks for the season going forward, but with the absence of Russell Westbrook (ankle) he may take on a larger offensive role in the paint.
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