Lee totaled 10 points (3-6 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four steals, three rebounds and one assist in 15 minutes during Friday's 110-107 loss to the Wizards.
Not only did Lee score in double digits for the first time since March 23, but he also nabbed a season-high four steals. That's odd considering Lee actually saw his second-fewest minutes since March 15. Lee is still competing with Jordan Poole for minutes behind Stephen Curry, but it appears that Nico Mannion has fallen out of the rotation, leaving one less body in Lee's quest for more minutes.
Lee played 23 minutes in a loss to Miami on Thursday and finished with three points (1-3 FG, 1-2 3Pt), one rebound and one assist.
Lee led Golden State reserves in minutes but was nearly invisible during his time on the court. The fourth-year guard has been very quiet of late, averaging only 4.3 points and 1.3 boards over his past four contests.
Lee scored 16 points (6-7 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT) across 24 minutes in a 108-98 loss to the 76ers on Tuesday.
Lee played at least 20 minutes for the third time in his last four games and was exceptionally efficient with his shooting. The lack of peripheral stats limits Lee's overall fantasy utility, however, so he's best viewed as a short-term streamer for points and threes in deeper leagues. He'll see his value dip further once Stephen Curry (tailbone) eventually rejoins the lineup.
Lee went for 21 points (8-14 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 1-2 FT), five rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block in Friday's win over Memphis.
Despite coming off the bench, Lee played a season-high 28 minutes, providing a major spark for Golden State with Stephen Curry (tailbone) sidelined. Typically, Lee's role is too inconsistent to warrant fantasy attention, but with Curry likely to miss Saturday's rematch as well, Lee makes for a decent flyer in DFS contests.
Lee has appeared in three of the Warriors' four games since the All-Star break, averaging 2.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 12.7 minutes per game while shooting 27.3 percent from the field.
Lee was notably left out of the rotation in the Warriors' March 14 win over the Jazz, as the hot-shooting Jordan Poole has seemingly moved ahead of him in the pecking order on the wing. However, thanks to both James Wiseman and Eric Paschall missing Wednesday's win over the Rockets, Lee was able to re-enter the rotation, playing 20 minutes in the 108-94 victory. Wiseman and Paschall are both expected to remain out for the next week while they complete a quarantine period, and the Warriors are also expected to be without Stephen Curry (lower body) and Kelly Oubre (foot) for Friday's game at Memphis. Those projected absences should at least keep Lee's role stable in the short term.
Lee is in the starting five for Thursday's game against the Suns, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
Lee will draw his first start of the season as the Warriors prepare to operate without three regular starters. He's averaging 6.4 points across 19.1 minutes per game.
Lee finished with 10 points (2-2 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), three rebounds and three steals across 18 minutes in a 130-121 victory over Charlotte on Friday.
Lee made the most of his time on the court, making both of his field-goal attempts -- both from deep -- and all four of his tries from the charity stripe while also picking up a team-high three steals. The fourth-year guard is averaging 6.5 points and 3.4 boards across 19.1 minutes this season.
Lee totaled 10 points (4-5 FG, 2-3 3Pt), five rebounds and one steal over 21 minutes in Friday's 124-120 loss to the Magic.
Lee has had an inconsistent role off the bench this season, but he was efficient Friday and was one of five Warriors to score at least 10 points against the Magic. While he had modest production against Orlando, the 28-year-old hasn't been a very reliable fantasy contributor to begin the season.
Lee logged eight points (3-7 FG, 2-6 3Pt), four assists, one rebound and one steal across 22 minutes Saturday in a 134-117 loss to the Nets.
Playing under a traditional backup role is not serving well for Lee's value. An upside is his consistency in shot tendency, as he has attempted somewhere between three to seven shots in every game since Jan. 14. Unfortunately, Lee only averaged 5.7 points during that span.
Lee collected 17 points (6-7 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 1-1 FT), five rebounds, one assist and one steal in a victory over the Mavericks on Thursday.
Lee played a key role off of the Warriors' bench and shot the ball extremely well. With Golden State missing three important rotation players, the guard played 25 minutes. Lee's numbers are down from a season ago, but he continues to be an important backup guard.
Lee scored 17 points (5-6 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT) and notched three steals in Wednesday's victory over Minnesota.
Lee entered the contest having averaged only 4.2 points on 38.1 percent shooting over his previous six games, but the guard broke out of that slump Wednesday by draining four of five tries from deep en route to a season-high point total. Though his shooting percentages (47.6 percent from the field, 43.1 percent from three-point range and 89.5 percent from the charity stripe) this season are all career-high marks, Lee's scoring output has dropped to 6.9 points per game as he is playing only 18.5 minutes per contest.
Lee posted zero points (0-3 FG, 0-2 3Pt) and five rebounds in 16 minutes during Thursday's 119-104 loss to the Knicks.
Thursday's game marked the first time all season the reserve guard has failed to score a single point. He's far from fantasy relevant in standard leagues, but he can provide a punch of fantasy points once in a while, especially if he sees over 20 minutes.
Lee had 12 points (5-11 FG, 2-7 3Pt), three rebounds and one steal in Tuesday's 104-95 loss to the Pacers.
Lee ended Golden State's seven-game home stretch by scoring double-digit points in back-to-back contests. He'll look to extend that streak when the Warriors play at Denver on Thursday. Lee averaged 7.3 points on 44.7 percent shooting in that seven-game home span.
Lee is making 50 percent of his three-point attempts so far this season.
Lee went 1-for-3 from beyond the arc Monday against the Kings -- those were his only points during Golden State's 137-106 win, although he also added six rebounds and three assists. Lee's major impact comes from his attempts from beyond the arc, though, making him an intriguing waiver addition in category-based leagues. He has 12 three-pointers so far this season.
Lee scored 12 points (4-7 FG, 4-5 3Pt) and hit the game-winning shot Sunday against the Bulls.
Lee was one of five players who scored in double digits for the Warriors but was having an average outing until hitting the game-winning three with only a few seconds left on the clock. Lee also posted two rebounds, two assists and two steals to round out a strong all-around performance in 21 minutes off the bench.
Lee racked up 24 points (10-17 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 1-1 FT), six rebounds and three assists in 34 minutes during Saturday's 118-114 win over the 76ers.
Lee has now posted back-to-back 20-plus point performances, and it seems the return of Stephen Curry -- who missed Saturday's contest due to illness -- shouldn't modify his role too much. Lee remains a reliable scorer for the Warriors, and he has posted double-digit points in 10 of his last 11 starts, averaging 16.5 points per game during that stretch.
Lee posted 23 points (8-17 FG, 5-12 3Pt, 2-4 FT), five rebounds, three assists and one steal in 36 minutes during Thursday's 121-113 loss against the Raptors.
Lee bounced back admirably from a four-point effort against Denver earlier this week, and he has scored in double digits in nine of his last 10 contest while routinely playing more than 30 minutes per night. The Louisville product is averaging 15.7 points per game during that 10-game stretch.
Lee racked up 15 points (5-15 FG, 4-11 3Pt, 1-1 FT), six rebounds and four assists in 34 minutes during Thursday's 116-86 loss to the Lakers.
Lee scored in double digits for the sixth straight game, and he has accomplished that feat nine times in Golden State's last 11 contests. He is finding ways to produce and could be considered as the team's main scoring threat behind Andrew Wiggins even if his shot fails to fall from time to time.
Lee put up a team-high 22 points (9-15 FG, 4-8 3Pt) to go with four rebounds, four assists, one block and one steal across 35 minutes Sunday in the Warriors' 115-101 loss to the Pelicans.
With Draymond Green (pelvis) and Marquese Chriss (calf) sitting out and Andrew Wiggins going just 3-for-16 from the field, the onus fell on Lee to handle an elevated role on offense. The swingman was able to do his part to keep Golden State competitive through three quarters before New Orleans pulled away in the final period, finishing with his eighth 20-point outing of the season. Lee has established himself as a must-roster player in 12-team leagues so far in February, averaging 15.4 points, 3.3 boards, 2.8 three-pointers, 2.8 assists and 1.4 steals in 29.8 minutes per game.
Lee provided 13 points (4-12 FG, 1-7 3Pt, 4-4 FT), three rebounds, three assists and two steals across 29 minutes in Thursday's 135-105 loss to the Rockets.
After posting a career-high 26 points against the Heat last week, Lee's three-point shot has flown the coop. He's now gone 3-for-15 from long range over the past two contests, which is a far cry from his five threes and 60-percent conversion rate against Miami.
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