The Thunder acquired Gilgeous-Alexander on Saturday along with Danilo Gallinari, four future unprotected first-round picks, one protected future first-round pick and the right to swap future picks with the Clippers twice in exchange for Paul George, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
After a promising rookie campaign, Gilgeous-Alexander was a prime candidate to take another leap forward in 2019-20, but the move to Oklahoma City now threatens any possible ascension. The Kentucky product's outlook will likely hinge on whether the Thunder are able to find a trade partner for superstar Russell Westbrook, who is believed to be on the block now that George is out of town, per Brett Dawson of The Athletic. If Westbrook sticks around in Oklahoma City, Gilgeous-Alexander would largely remain limited to an off-ball role, which would put a cap on his overall usage. In that scenario, Alexander would at least provide a major upgrade at shooting guard for the Thunder, which has been a black hole of fantasy production for the past few years.
Gilgeous-Alexander delivered 22 points (8-14 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 4-6 FT), six assists, five rebounds and one block across 34 minutes during the Clippers' 129-110 loss to the Warriors in Game 6 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series Friday.
Gilgeous-Alexander checked in second only to Danilo Gallinari in scoring for the Clippers with a highly efficient shooting performance. The rookie scored in double digits in three of the six games during the series, and he shot between Friday's 57.1 percent and 66.7 percent in each of the final three contests. Gilgeous-Alexander turned in a productive rookie campaign overall, averaging 10.8 points (on 47.6 percent shooting), 3.3 assists, 2.8 rebounds and 1.2 steals while logging 73 starts. He'll look to take the next step during the 2019-20 season as Los Angeles tries to build on this season's solid showing.
Gilgeous-Alexander finished with 25 points (9-15 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 4-4 FT), two rebounds, two assists, and one steal in 31 minutes during Sunday's 113-105 loss to the Warriors.
Gilgeous-Alexander began Sunday's game red-hot, scoring 14 of the first 17 Clipper points. He slowed from that point but still ended with a career-high 25 points on 9-of-15 shooting. The Clippers are now just one loss away from elimination with Game 5 to be held in Oakland on Wednesday. Whatever the outcome, Gilgeos-Alexander has had a strong rookie season, progressing much faster than anyone would have expected.
Gilgeous-Alexander accumulated 18 points (6-16 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 3-4 FT), five rebounds, three blocks, and one assist in 34 minutes during Saturday's 121-104 Game 1 loss to the Warriors.
Gilgeous-Alexander produced a quality stat line despite his inefficient shooting performance. Moreover, he logged a team high minute total, so it's clear coach Doc Rivers trusts the rookie. Gilgeous-Alexander has his hands full dealing with Golden State's backcourt, but he's certainly not backing down.
Gilgeous-Alexander totaled 20 points (10-19 FG, 0-4 3Pt), eight rebounds, six assists, one block and one steal over 37 minutes in the Clippers' loss to the Lakers on Friday.
Gilgeous-Alexander had a solid all-around stat line in Friday's loss, producing healthy totals across the board. He's been on an offensive hot streak recently, hitting 20 points for the fourth time in his last five games.
Gilgeous-Alexander produced 8-16 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 3-5 FT), four rebounds, four rebounds and two steals across 33 minutes in Wednesday's 135-103 loss to the Rockets.
While SGA hasn't produced many eye-popping totals, his production has steadily trended up throughout the season. He's posted double-digit scoring totals in 15 of his last 17 games, and while he doesn't post as many assists as a typical point guard might on a regular basis, the 19-year-old will continue to develop that aspect of his game as the Clippers' floor general of the future.
Gilgeous-Alexander scored 22 points (9-12 FG, 3-3 3Pt, 1-2 FT) while adding eight assists, two rebounds and a steal in 28 minutes during Saturday's 132-108 win over the Cavaliers.
He came away the victor in a battle of rookie point guards with Collin Sexton, and SGA continues to build momentum with the playoffs looming. The 20-year-old has scored in double digits in 14 of the last 15 games, topping 20 points in each of the last two, and Gilgeous-Alexander is averaging 14.6 points, 4.3 assists, 3.1 boards, 1.3 three-pointers and 1.2 steals over that stretch.
Gilgeous-Alexander registered 21 points (8-15 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 4-5 FT), six rebounds, two assists, two blocks, and one steal in 32 minutes during Thursday's 128-118 loss to the Bucks.
Gilgeous-Alexander has reached double figures in scoring in nine consecutive contests (and in 13 of the last 14). While the game was a bit more lopsided than the final scoreline suggests, the rookie delivered a fine performance, contributing in every category. Saturday's matchup versus the lowly Cavaliers provides him with a chance to go up against fellow first-year point guard Collin Sexton, and Cleveland's poor defense represents a solid opportunity to post another strong stat line.
Gilgeous-Alexander tallied 17 points (6-9 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 4-6 FT), three rebounds, three assists, and two steals in 29 minutes during Tuesday's 115-109 victory over Indiana.
Gilgeous-Alexander has now scored in double-digits in nine of his last ten games, continuing his push back into standard league relevance. After a solid enough start to his rookie season, Gilgeous-Alexander appeared to have hit the rookie wall, however, it would seem as though it was merely a form slump. His playing time has certainly been more consistent of late which has allowed him to find some rhythm on both ends of the floor. At this stage, he should be on a roster in most formats as a source of points, assists, and steals as well as out-of-position rebounds.
Gilgeous-Alexander compiled 14 points (5-12 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 10 assists and two rebounds across 36 minutes in the Clippers' 119-116 win over the Nets on Sunday.
The rookie seems to finally be hitting his stride at the most critical time of year, as Gilgeous-Alexander is just a single point short of nine consecutive double-digit scoring efforts after Sunday's performance. That easily represents his best offensive stretch of the season, as the 20-year-old has struggled with consistency at times. Gilgeous-Alexander's stellar shooting has been key to his success, as he's generated a 52.5 percent success rate from the floor during March, including an eye-popping 68.4 percent from three-point range. Coupled with his solid work in assists (4.3), rebounds (3.4) and steals (1.1) this month, the 2018 first-round pick's stock has arguably never been higher.
Gilgeous-Alexander totaled 17 points (7-12 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-4 FT), seven rebounds, seven assists, three steals, and one block in 30 minutes during Friday's 128-121 victory over the Bulls.
Gilgeous-Alexander put forth another strong performance Friday, scoring at least 12 points for the seventh time in his last eight games. While his scoring has been commendable of late, his supporting numbers are where a lot of his value comes from. His value is somewhat capped with both Lou Williams and Patrick Beverley playing so well, however, the rookie is worth considering in 12-team formats as long as he is playing with confidence.
Gilgeous-Alexander had 14 points (5-9 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 3-3 FT), four assists, two blocks, and one rebound in 24 minutes during Monday's 113-105 victory over the Lakers.
Gilgeous-Alexander had another productive night Monday, his fourth straight game scoring in double-digits. We have seen this before and remain somewhat inclined to doubt the longevity of his production. The Clippers have only one more game this week which makes rostering any of their players very difficult. Gilgeous-Alexander can be left alone at this point but should be monitored moving forward.
Gilgeous-Alexander produced 15 points (6-9 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 1-1 FT), four assists, three rebounds, and one steal in 29 minutes during Sunday's 128-107 win over the Knicks.
Gilgeous-Alexander has scored in double figures in three straight games while sinking 18-of-30 field goal attempts and six-of-eight three-point attempts. The 20-year-old rookie has been pleasantly impactful this season, but he's inconsistent and thus best reserved for use in deeper leagues, as evidenced by the fact that he managed just seven points (on one-of-14 from the field) across the three matchups immediately prior this recent stretch.
Gilgeous-Alexander was held scoreless (0-4 FG, 0-3 3Pt) and added just two rebounds and two steals across 17 minutes in the Clippers' 121-112 win over the Mavericks on Monday.
The rookie's yo-yo season continued Monday, as he was blanked on the scoreboard for the second time in his career. Gilgeous-Alexander has now gone 0-for-13 from the floor over his last two games, and 1-for-17 across his last three contests overall. That's led to a grand total of just seven points for Gilgeous-Alexander during that span, following four-game stretch of double-digit scoring tallies. The 20-year-old has experienced his share of peaks and valleys in his first NBA campaign, and he'll look to emerge from his current slump against the Jazz on Wednesday.
Gilgeous-Alexander totaled just six points (1-4 FG, 4-4 FT), four assists, two rebounds, and one steal in 15 minutes during Friday's 112-106 victory over the Grizzlies.
Gilgeous-Alexander played just 15 minutes in Friday's victory, much to the disappointment of his owners. The recent trades were seen as positive when talking about Gilgeous-Alexander's projections, but this has certainly not been the case. He continues to start for the Clippers but has played in excess of 30 minutes just once since the beginning of February. The upside is there for the rookie but given the uncertainty surrounding his exact role, he is more of a fringe player in competitive formats.
Gilgeous-Alexander compiled 15 points (5-10 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six assists, five rebounds, and three steals in 20 minutes during Friday's 161-144 loss to Team USA in the Rising Stars Challenge.
Gilgeous-Alexander appeared right at home on the big stage Friday, ending the games with 15 points to go with three steals. He has been one of the more frustrating players to roster in fantasy this season with his playing time frustratingly inconsistent. Head coach Doc Rivers seems somewhat reluctant to give him big minutes and that has certainly impacted his overall value. Perhaps this will turn around as the season progresses, especially if the Clippers fall out of the playoff race. As of right now, he is a fringe standard league player but that could certainly change if his playing time creeps up to 30 minutes per night.
Gilgeous-Alexander turned in 10 points (4-7 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-4 FT), four rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block across 22 minutes in the Clippers' 134-107 win over the Suns on Wednesday.
It was an all-rookie backcourt Wednesday with Gilgeous-Alexander being joined by Landry Shamet, and the former turned in a highly efficient offensive performance. The 20-year-old has now generated three straight double-digit scoring efforts as the Clippers head into the All-Star break, and he's accomplished the feat in eight of the last 10 games overall. It's the best offensive stretch yet for the 2018 first-round pick, one that's been partly fueled by an impressive 50.8 percent success rate from the field in seven February contests.
Gilgeous-Alexander posted eight points (2-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six assists, one rebound and one block in 26 minutes Thursday in the Clippers' 116-92 loss to the Pacers.
Gilgeous-Alexander's stat line wasn't outstanding by any means, but the rookie's fantasy stock nonetheless looks to be on the upswing after the team moved a high-usage player in Tobias Harris and another guard in Avery Bradley prior to Thursday's trade deadline. Danilo Gallinari, Lou Williams and Montrezl Harrell are still on hand to shoulder most of the scoring burden, but there should be room for Gilgeous-Alexander to earn more minutes and take on a larger share of the offensive pie.
Gilgeous-Alexander finished with 19 points (9-15 FG, 1-2 FT), five rebounds, three assists, two blocks, and one steal in 26 minutes during Sunday's 121-103 loss to the Raptors.
Gilgeous-Alexander continues his strong play of late, scoring a team-high 19 points in Sunday's loss. The absence of Danilo Gallinari (back) has certainly allowed Gilgeous-Alexander to get back on track after going through a slump only a few weeks ago. He has scored in double-digits in five straight games while also contributing multiple assists and steals. Gallinari could be back as soon as Tuesday, however, there is a chance Tobias Harris sits a game or tow due to a nagging shoulder concern.
Gilgeous-Alexander racked up 14 points (4-9 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 5-8 FT), seven rebounds, five assists, three steals and a block across 30 minutes in the Clippers' comeback win over the Pistons on Saturday.
Gilgeous-Alexander had arguably his most well-rounded game of the season in Saturday's win, contributing in all facets. The rookie from Kentucky has been a key component to the Clippers' unexpected success this season, and he makes an affordable play with upside in daily formats.
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