McConnell poured in 10 points (5-9 FG) and added six assists, four rebounds and four steals across 29 minutes in Sunday's 120-97 win over the Nets.
McConnell's point total, albeit modest, was his best since back on Feb. 12. The 25-year-old continues to offer serviceable production in rebounds and assists in most outings, but he's doing notably less facilitating this season overall. McConnell had come into Sunday's game averaging over two fewer assists (4.3) than in 2016-17 (6.6), although he's proven to be a much better shooter during the current campaign. The third-year guard was posting career bests in shooting percentage (49.9), three-point percentage (46.3) and free-throw percentage (84.4 percent) through 58 games prior to Sunday's contest.
McConnell had four points (2-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt), five rebounds, and two assists in 20 minutes during Thursday's 108-99 loss to the Heat.
McConnell hasn't reached double figures in any statistical category since he posted his first career triple-double back on Feb. 12 in a win over the Knicks. During this recent 10-game stretch, McConnell has seen more than 24 minutes just once. Moreover, he is averaging just 21.5 minutes through the first five games of March. With that being said, he could be a sneaky cheap option in daily leagues for upcoming matchups against uptempo opponents like the Nets (twice in the next week), Pacers, and Knicks.
McConnell collected 10 points (5-11 FG), 11 assists, 10 rebounds, and six steals in 37 minutes during Monday's 108-92 win over the Knicks.
McConnell was very impressive in Saturday's win over the Clippers, tallying 17 points and eight dimes in 26 minutes. However, he was absolutely unreal in this one, matching career highs in rebounds and steals while turning in his first career triple-double. As a backup point guard who shares the floor with Ben Simmons plenty often, McConnell will post the occasional pedestrian stat line. Nevertheless, he remains a well-rounded contributor who has clearly gained the trust of 76ers' coach Brett Brown.
McConnell accounted for 17 points (6-7 FG, 3-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight assists and two steals across 26 minutes in Saturday's 112-98 win over the Clippers.
The valuable reserve guard snapped back into form after an extended stretch of underwhelming offensive performances. McConnell hadn't scored in double digits since Jan. 28, and Saturday's point total was his highest since back on Jan. 15. The 25-year-old got it done by being optimally efficient with his shots, as his 85.7 percent success rate from the field represented his second highest of the season. While his scoring totals do fluctuate, McConnell is seeing consistent playing time and continues to be a relatively reliable source of rebounds and assists for those in deeper formats.
McConnell is not included on Friday's injury report, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
McConnell was held out of Wednesday's matchup with the Bulls while attending to a personal issue, but his absence from the injury report implies that he'll be back to availability Friday night against the Spurs. Timothe Luwawu-Cabbarot will remain in the starting five, but expect McConnell to return to his usual role of roughly 26-30 minutes off the bench. This month, McConnell is averaging 9.6 points, 4.7 assists, 3.9 rebounds and 1.9 steals per game while shooting 49.1 percent from the floor.
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