Holiday started at shooting guard in Monday's 116-111 win over the Spurs, finishing with six points (2-6 FG, 2-5 3Pt), three rebounds, three assists and one steal in 35 minutes.
Holiday moved up to the top unit in place of the VIctor Oladipo (knee) but saw limited usage while backcourt partner Malcolm Brogdon (26 points, seven assists) took on the overwhelming share of play-making and scoring responsibilities. Oladipo could be at risk of missing another game Wednesday in Milwaukee, but Holiday wouldn't represent an appealing streaming option if Oladipo sits again.
Holiday will get the start at shooting guard in Monday's matchup with the Spurs.
Holiday will replace Victor Oladipo (knee) in the starting lineup. The second-year guard has averaged 13.1 points and 5.3 assists across 29.3 minutes in 21 starts this season.
Holiday managed just six points (1-3 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-4 FT), three rebounds and one steal in 14 minutes during Thursday's 106-100 victory over Portland.
Holiday shifted back to the bench with Victor Oladipo returning to action. The move basically renders Holiday a drop in all competitive formats. Given the fact the Pacers' backcourt has been banged up all season, there is certainly scope for Holiday to re-emerge as a 12-team asset at some point. However, until then, he can be returned to the waiver wire.
Holiday posted nine points (3-7 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three rebounds, three assists and a block in 30 minutes during the Pacers' 119-80 Tuesday night win over the Hornets.
Despite the quiet performance, the Pacers are now 28-15 when Holiday plays over 15 minutes. Victor Oladipo (sore back) is still on the mend and wasn't playing when Jeremy Lamb tore his ACL on Sunday, so fantasy players have yet to truly see how large of a workload Holiday will possess in the Indianapolis backcourt down the stretch. He has averaged 11.3 points per game in the contests in which he sees 15-plus minutes.
Holiday is in the starting lineup for Tuesday's matchup against Charlotte, Jeremiah Johnson of Fox Sports Indiana reports.
Holiday will make his second straight start, as the depleted Pacers squad will be without Victor Oladipo (back), Jeremy Lamb (knee) who is out for the season, and Edmond Sumner (hip). In 20 previous starts, Holiday averaged 13.3 points, 5.5 assists and 2.9 rebounds while playing 29.3 minutes of action.
Holiday is in position to inherit some of the minutes vacated by Jeremy Lamb (knee), who will not return this season, J. Michael of the Indy Star reports.
With the veteran guard sidelined for the next several months, Holiday will be in position for a larger workload -- perhaps as the first or second guard off the bench. Holiday's role has fluctuated this season, but his minutes were slashed and he was virtually removed from the regular rotation when Victor Oladipo returned from his lengthy injury absence. Now, Holiday should find himself back in the mix on a nightly basis, as Lamb leaves behind roughly 25 minutes per game in the backcourt.
Holiday posted 14 points (5-12 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 3-4 FT), six assists, four rebounds and one steal in 32 minutes during Sunday's 127-81 loss to the Raptors.
Holiday filled in as a starter in place of Victor Oladipo (back). Moreover, Jeremy Lamb exited early due to a sore left knee. Though Holiday amassed four turnovers, he posted a decent stat line and depending on the status of the aforementioned duo of guards, he could be in line for decent minutes once again during Tuesday's matchup versus the Hornets.
Holiday will start Sunday's game against the Raptors, J. Michael of the Indy Star reports.
Holiday will fill the spot vacated by Victor Oladipo (back), while the Pacers will keep Jeremy Lamb in a bench role. Holiday did not play a single minute over the last three games, but he'll rejoin the rotation for the time being. Since Oladipo returned from his long-term absence, Holiday's workload has been slashed.
Holiday (coach's decision) didn't see the floor during Monday's 106-105 loss to the Nets.
Holiday saw just eight minutes in Saturday's matchup versus the Pelicans despite the absence of Victor Oladipo (rest). As such, it wasn't all that surprising to see Holiday left out of the rotation entirely with Oladipo back for this one. T.J. McConnell seems to be holding down the fort as the primary backup point guard, though Holiday is at least versatile enough to play either guard spot in the event that coach Nate McMillan opts for more lineups with multiple ball-handlers.
Holiday will come off the bench Wednesday against the Raptors, Scott Agness of The Athletic reports.
Holiday started Monday's game against the Mavericks, but he'll return to a bench role Wednesday with Victor Oladipo ready to rejoin the starting five. When coming off the bench in January (nine games), Holiday averaged 9.2 points, 3.3 assists and 1.4 rebounds in 21.8 minutes.
Holiday will start Monday's game against the Mavericks, Scott Agness of The Athletic reports.
Holiday had found himself out of the rotation since the return of Victor Oladipo, logging DNP-CDs in each of the last two games. However, he'll be in the starting lineup Monday in place of the injured T.J. Warren (concussion). The Pacers will go small with Holiday and Malcolm Brogdon in the backcourt and Jeremy Lamb on the wing.
Holiday (coach's decision) didn't see the floor Wednesday in the Pacers' 115-106 overtime win over the Bulls.
Per Tony East of the West Indianapolis Community News, coach Nate McMillan warned prior to the contest that Victor Oladipo's (knee) return from a year-long absence would leave fewer minutes available for Holiday, T.J. McConnell and Jeremy Lamb, but only Holiday had his playing time cut in any substantial way. It didn't help Holiday's case that Malcolm Brogdon (concussion) was also back from a two-game absence, with McConnell keeping a spot in the rotation as the backup point guard. The Pacers' second unit should remain fluid from game to game and a spot for Holiday may eventually reopen, but even in that scenario, he can't be counted on to approach anywhere close to the 23.4 minutes he's averaging for season.
Holiday produced 17 points (7-11 FG, 3-5 3Pt), four assists and a rebound in 26 minutes during Sunday's 139-129 loss to Portland.
Holiday eclipsed double digits for the third time in four games; he's averaging 12.0 points and 3.5 assists per game in that span. While he's played well in support of T.J. McConnell of late, there's a good chance that Holiday's workload will drop once Malcolm Brogdon (concussion) and Victor Oladipo (knee) return. Overall this season, the second-year guard is averaging 10.4 points, 3.5 assists and 2.3 rebounds in 23.4 minutes per contest.
Holiday (thumb) logged 19 minutes off the bench Wednesday in the Pacers' 112-87 win over the Suns, finishing with seven points (3-10 FG, 1-3 3Pt), two rebounds, two assists and one steal.
Holiday was listed as questionable heading into the contest with a sore right thumb, but the Pacers cleared him in advance of tipoff. Though top point guard Malcolm Brogdon exited with a cut on his forehead and a possible concussion, T.J. McConnell (10 points, 11 assists, four rebounds in 27 minutes) rather than Holiday served as the primary replacement. If Brogdon is forced to sit Friday at Golden State, Holiday would get a boost, though the second-year player and McConnell might end up cannibalizing one another's fantasy value.
Holiday is questionable for Wednesday's game against Phoenix due to right thumb soreness.
Holiday appeared to have picked up the injury during Monday's showdown with the Jazz, putting his availability in jeopardy for Wednesday. He'll likely be re-evaluated during morning shootaround, at which point an update on his status should emerge.
Holiday had 12 points (5-12 FG, 2-4 3PT) and one assist in 21 minutes off the bench during Monday's 118-88 loss at Utah.
Holiday has been very inconsistent since returning to the bench six games ago -- he has scored in double digits thrice over that span, but he has a combined tally of three points, including two scoreless outings, in the remaining three appearances. He can certainly produce off the bench when given the chance, but his lack of consistency of late certainly conspires against his upside now that Malcolm Brogdon is healthy and back to his normal workload.
Holiday had zero points (0-5 FG, 0-2 3Pt) and one assist in 18 minutes during Wednesday's 104-99 win over the Timberwolves.
Holiday finished with more turnovers (three) than assists and couldn't buy a bucket in this one. With Victor Oladipo (knee) expected to make his season debut on Jan. 29, Holiday's days as a legitimate fantasy option seem to be coming to an end, though he may retain decent value in deeper leagues if his minutes don't dry up too much.
Holiday had 19 points (8-9 FG, 2-3 3PT, 1-2 FT), eight assists and three rebounds in 30 minutes off the bench during Friday's 116-105 win at the Bulls.
Holiday returned to the bench after a four-game stretch as a starter and responded with one of highest scoring outputs of the season. Holiday has scored 14 or more points in three of his last four outings and he should remain productive moving forward regardless of his role, although his upside could be capped by his playing time.
Holiday will come off the bench Friday against the Bulls, Jeremiah Johnson of Fox Sports Indiana reports.
Holiday had started five of the last six games with Malcolm Brogdon (illness) on the mend, but he's in for a bench role Friday evening. T.J. McConnell draws the start at point guard.
Holiday had six points (3-7 FG, 0-1 3Pt) and 10 assists in 22 minutes during Thursday's 124-116 loss to the Nuggets.
Holiday dropped dimes galore but saw somewhat limited minutes despite starting due to foul trouble (five). Malcolm Brogdon's back injury continues to linger, and so Holiday may be in line to draw another start in Saturday's favorable matchup versus the Hawks.
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