Kleber tallied 11 points (5-8 FG, 1-4 3Pt), 10 rebounds, one assist and one block in 20 minutes during Sunday's 109-97 loss to Philadelphia.
Kleber produced his first career double-double, including 10 rebounds. He has had an interesting season, including a period as the starter and times when he wasn't even in the rotation. At this stage, he doesn't look to possess too much upside and will not warrant selection in next season's draft, except perhaps in deeper leagues.
After getting a spot-start for the injured Dwight Powell, Kleber heads back to the bench as Powell will play and start Wednesday. Kleber saw 33 minutes in the start, but should see a reduced role coming off the bench.
Kleber will start at center for Tuesday's game against the Kings, Dwain Price of Mavs.com reports.
The Mavericks are set to be without Nerlens Noel (rest) and Dwight Powell (knee) on Tuesday, so Kleber will get the call to work with the top unit. After logging a total of just three minutes in Dallas' last game, Kleber should see a significant uptick in playing time, which means a temporary boost in production and fantasy value. Look for Kleber to split the extra minutes with Salah Mejri.
Kleber contributed nine points (4-6 FG, 1-1 3Pt) in 15 minutes during Monday's 95-88 loss to the Heat.
Among the 10 Mavericks who saw the floor, Kleber saw fewer minutes than all but two (Salah Mejri and Kyle Collinsworth). Kleber's role and minutes fluctuate pretty wildly from game to game, as evidenced by the fact that he dropped eight points, four boards, three dimes, three steals, two blocks, and two threes in 35 minutes during Saturday's loss to the Nuggets. However, Kleber is mostly hit or miss when it comes to fantasy, and more often than not it's the latter.
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