McCollum delivered 29 points (12-26 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds and two assists across 40 minutes in Wednesday's 123-117 win over the Warriors.
McCollum was the ideal partner in crime to backcourt mate Damian Lillard in the exciting win, and he actually outpaced his All-Star teammate by one shot attempt. The 26-year-old has averaged an elevated 24 field-goal tries over the last two contests, and he heads into the All-Star break with five 20-point-plus efforts in seven February games. Given his prominent role in the Blazers' offense and the team's postseason aspirations, McCollum's fantasy outlook for the balance of the campaign is decidedly bright.
McCollum accrued 22 points (8-22 FG, 2-5 3PT, 4-6 FT), three rebounds, four assists and two steals in a 115-96 loss to the Utah Jazz on Sunday.
McCollum scored a career-high 50 points to cap last month but has yet to surpass 22 points scored in any of his six games this month. What's really plagued him is his poor shooting, as he's shooting just 43 percent from the field and 33 percent from three-point range this month. It's the duds that really drive McCollum's owners crazy, as he's shot 40 percent or lower in 21 games this season. That's inexcusable from a stud like McCollum, but the fact that he's shooting 45 percent for the season shows just how hot he can get on other occasions.
McCollum posted 11 points (5-13 FG, 1-4 3Pt), two assists, two rebounds, two blocked shots and a steal in 31 minutes during Friday's 118-100 win over the Kings.
McCollum and James Harden are the only two players who have replicated Damian Lillard's 50-point, three-quarter game, so obviously, McCollum and Lillard have an understanding when it comes to allowing the hot hand to keep shooting. It resulted in a sub-par outing for McCollum, who will almost always be dependent on a prolific shooting night to have a big impact. He'll look to change that narrative Sunday against the Jazz.
McCollum had 22 points (7-18 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 6-7 FT), four rebounds and three assists in 41 minutes during Thursday's 109-103 victory over the Hornets.
McCollum hit a mid-range floater late in overtime to help seal the victory Thursday. He continues to put up good numbers on a nightly basis, however, has seen a dip in his field-goal percentage across the last three games. Owners know exactly what to expect from McCollum and there is no reason to expect his role to change as the team makes a charge for the playoffs.
McCollum registered 14 points (6-15 FG, 2-6 3Pt), two rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block across 30 minutes in Monday's 111-91 loss to the Pistons.
Since his 50-point outburst three games ago, McCollum has come back down to Earth shooting the ball, cashing in under 50 percent of his chances from the floor, which has exceeded 15 in each of the last five games. There is no shortage of opportunities for the Blazer backcourt because of the lack of options elsewhere on the roster, but with no help on the inside, defenses can continue to queue on the sharpshooters, limiting their efficiency.
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