Siakam scored 20 points (7-20 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 6-7 FT) to go along with 11 rebounds, six assists, two steals and one block across 37 minutes in Wednesday's win over the Spurs.
Siakam led the team in field-goal attempts, but shot inefficiently to hold down his scoring a bit. However, he delivered plenty of production across the board, notching at least six assists for the third consecutive game, aided by the absence of Kyle Lowry (rest) and Fred VanVleet (suspension). Though he's averaging only 0.7 blocks per game for the season, he's managed 1.5 across his last six contests.
Siakam had 30 points (13-19 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 3-4 FT), seven assists, six rebounds and two blocks across 40 minutes in Tuesday's loss against the Hawks.
Siakam had recently ended a streak of four games with at least 22 points Sunday, but he bounced back here and missed just six of his 19 field-goal attempts en route to just his second game with at least 30 points since Feb. 10. Siakam's numbers have been slightly disappointing this season, but he seems to be trending in the right direction -- the star forward is averaging 26.3 points per game over his last six outings.
Siakam notched 16 points (5-18 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 5-5 FT), seven assists and two blocks across 36 minutes in Sunday's loss at the Knicks.
Siakam rested Saturday and looked a bit rusty here, as he needed 18 shots to record his 16-point tally, and he also failed to grab a rebound for the first time in the current season. Siakam should continue to be a key piece for the Raptors going forward, but this game wasn't his best output by any means -- he ended a streak of four straight appearances with at least 22 points.
Siakam will not play in Saturday's game against the Cavaliers for rest purposes, Josh Lewenberg of TSN.ca reports.
The Raptors are playing the first leg of a back-to-back set and have opted to rest Siakam as a result. In his absence, look for Chris Boucher to be the prime beneficiary, while Stanley Johnson should also see increased run. Barring any unforseen circumstances, he should be back in the lineup Sunday.
Siakam tallied 27 points (10-17 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 6-7 3Pt), eight rebounds and three blocked shots across 38 minutes in a loss to the Bulls on Thursday.
Siakam and Chris Boucher combined for 65 points for a depleted Toronto team, though it wasn't enough to help the Raptors keep pace in the contest. Siakam has scored 27 points in each of his past two contests and has gone for 20-plus eight times in his past 10 games. Over that stretch, he is averaging 24.0 points, 7.7 boards and 3.7 assists.
Siakam supplied 27 points (7-21 FG, 0-6 3Pt, 13-15 FT), seven rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block in 41 minutes during Tuesday's 110-101 loss to the Lakers.
While the Lakers were content letting Siakam fire away from deep, they didn't have an answer for him around the hoop, as he shot a season-high 15 freebies. In addition to his efficient scoring and quality defense, Siakam committed just one turnover. Keeping turnovers low has been a strong part of Siakam's game this season. He's one of only 11 players averaging at least 20.0 points with 2.0 or fewer turnovers.
Siakam tallied 22 points (10-16 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in 36 minutes during Monday's win over the Wizards.
The 27-year-old followed up Friday's bounce-back performance with another solid all-around outing. Siakam is kicking off the month of April in style, averaging 29.0 points, 6.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 2.0 three-pointers and 2.0 steals while shooting 60.0 percent from the field over his past two games. The fifth-year forward should continue to carry the offensive load for as long as Kyle Lowry (foot) and Fred VanVleet (hip) remain out of the lineup.
Siakam totaled 36 points (14-24 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 4-4 FT), seven rebounds, five assists and two steals across 31 minutes in Friday's victory over the Warriors.
This was a bounceback performance for Siakam who had struggled in his two previous outings when he totaled 28 points on 7-of-23 shooting. Though the game was out of hand, Siakam still managed to tie for the team lead with his 31 minutes. While Siakam has had his struggles this season, he typically rights the ship within two or three outings.
Siakam posted 14 points (5-14 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six rebounds and five assists across 28 minutes in Monday's 118-104 loss to the Pistons.
It was a slow night from the floor for Siakam, who alternates between prolific stat lines and disappointing results as the Raptors continue to struggle. He was on a nice four-game run of production coming into Monday's game, with scores of 20-plus points in those contests. The Raptors have an easy game coming up against the Thunder on Wednesday, so Siakam and his teammates may be able to right the ship.
Siakam went for 26 points (8-16 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 8-10 FT), eight rebounds and two assists in Sunday's loss to Portland.
Siakam continues to score the ball well, as he's topped 20 points in four straight games and five of his last six. He's worked his way to the line effectively of late, attempting 30 free throws (and hitting 26) over his last three games alone. Siakam can be prone to inconsistency, but he should remain a strong fantasy option throughout the second half as the Raptors chase a playoff spot.
Siakam totaled 26 points (8-17 FG, 0-6 3Pt, 10-11 FT), 11 rebounds, six assists, one block and one steal across 38 minutes Friday in the loss to the Suns.
Siakam has been on fire over his last three games, though it hasn't translated to wins for the Raptors. Still, for fantasy managers, three straight 20-point outings along with two double-doubles and two games with six assists has to feel good. One negative for Siakam has been his shooting from distance. In this three-game span, he's shot just 25.0 percent from beyond the arc.
Siakam registered 27 points (8-16 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 8-9 FT), eight rebounds, six assists, one steal and one block in 34 minutes during Wednesday's blowout 135-111 victory over the Nuggets.
The 26-year-old posted a gem of a stat line while helping the Raptors snap a nine-game losing streak. Siakam has been posting high-end numbers since returning from a six-game absence due to the COVID-19 protocols, as he's averaged 19.4 points, 6.2 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 1.8 three-pointers and 1.0 steals over his last five games. Expect him to continue playing heavy minutes for a Raptors team that's fighting for a playoff spot.
Siakam produced 21 points (9-18 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-3 FT), 10 rebounds, three assists, a steal and a blocked shot across 36 minutes in Monday's 117-99 loss to the Rockets.
It was a nice bounce-back game for Siakam after a tepid game against the Cavaliers. Siakam has had some issues with consistency since his six-game absence, but it isn't a huge concern for those who depend on Siakam in fantasy formats. He should return to steadier production in short order as the team seeks to end its nine-game skid.
Siakam (COVID-19 health and safety protocols) tallied 13 points (3-11 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 7-10 FT), five rebounds, three assists and one block in 30 minutes during Wednesday's 116-112 loss to the Pistons.
The Raptors welcomed back a host of players Wednesday, and Siakam was among them, appearing for the first time in almost a month due to the league's COVID-19 protocols. The rust was evident, but the fact that he played 30 minutes is a positive indicator for his conditioning. Although it may take him a few games to get back to his typical form, Siakam appears poised to resume playing a major role for the Raptors -- and fantasy teams -- down the stretch.
Siakam (COVID-19 protocols) has been cleared to return for Wednesday's game against the Pistons, Doug Smith of the Toronto Star reports.
Siakam was cleared to take part in practice Tuesday, and he'll be one of four Raptors to rejoin the roster after missing the last six games due to COVID-19 protocols. Given that Siakam hasn't played since Feb. 24, he'll have a minutes restriction, but coach Nick Nurse did not set a particular number.
Siakam (COVID-19 protocols) has been cleared to practice with the Raptors on Tuesday night and is questionable for Wednesday's game against the Pistons, Doug Smith of the Toronto Star reports.
Siakam hasn't played since Feb. 24 while going through protocols, but his return is imminent. Along with Siakam, Patrick McCaw and Malachi Flynn are questionable, while Fred VanVleet is doubtful and OG Anunoby is out -- all due to health and safety protocols. If Siakam is cleared Wednesday, it's possible he'll be on a minutes limit.
Siakam (COVID-19 protocols) will not play Sunday against the Bulls, Josh Lewenberg of TSN.ca reports.
Siakam wasn't expected to play Sunday, but his absence became official with the team ruling him out of his sixth consecutive game. Chris Boucher should be in line for an increased workload once again with Siakam out.
Siakam (COVID-19 protocols) isn't expected to be available Sunday at Chicago, Aaron Rose of SI.com reports.
The 26-year-old is missing his fifth straight game Saturday against the Hornets, and the absence is expected to extend to six contests Sunday. Siakam is one of five Toronto players sidelined due to the health and safety protocols, and none of them are expected to return against the Bulls. Their next chance to return to action will be Wednesday at Detroit.
Siakam (COVID-19 protocols) is out for Saturday's game against the Hornets, Josh Lewenberg of TSN.ca reports.
Siakam will miss his fifth straight game while working through the league's health and safety protocols. Lewenberg reports that it's unlikely he'll be available Sunday, for the second game of Toronto's back-to-back against Chicago. Fred VanVleet, OG Anunoby, Malachi Flynn and Patrick McCaw are all in the same boat and have also been ruled out for Saturday.
Siakam (COVID-19 protocols) will not be available for Thursday's game against the Hawks, Eric Koreen of The Athletic reports.
COVID-19 protocols kept Siakam out of the final three games before the break, and he'll now miss at least one more contest -- as will Fred VanVleet, OG Anunoby, Malachi Flynn and Patrick McCaw. The hope is that all five will be cleared before the Raptors' Saturday/Sunday back-to-back against Charlotte and Chicago, but as of now, it's unclear when they'll be given the green light. Toronto started Aron Baynes, Stanley Johnson, DeAndre' Bembry, Norman Powell and Kyle Lowry in the final game before the All-Star break.
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