Broekhoff has received extended run since Thursday's massive trade with the Knicks left Dallas short-handed. In his last two games, he's averaged 9.5 points, 2.0 assists, and 1.5 rebounds in 28 minutes per game. He's a cheap dart-throw in daily formats.
Broekhoff had 15 points (6-8 FG, 3-5 3Pt), three assists, one rebound, and one block in 22 minutes during Saturday's 106-100 loss to the 76ers.
Broekhoff finished with career highs in scoring, assists, made threes, and minutes, as the absences of J.J. Barea (ankle) and Devin Harris (back) allowed the 28-year-old rookie the opportunity to make an impact. This is the first time Broekhoff has reached double figures in scoring, and he has appeared in only 17 games.
Broekhoff (illness) was a DNP-Coach's Decision on Saturday against Golden State.
Broekhoff appeared to be active if needed, although Dallas kept him on the sideline. He doesn't currently possess much of a role within his team's rotation, so it's unclear as to whether he's still nursing an illness or he simply wasn't called upon to check into a tightly-contested game.
Brokehoff was held out of Thursday's matchup and missed Friday's practice because of an illness, so his status for Saturday doesn't currently look promising. Even when healthy he hasn't played much for Dallas so far this season.
Broekhoff missed shootaround due to an illness and is questionable for Thursday's game against the Clippers, Eddie Sefko of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Broekhoff is one of three Mavericks players to miss shootaround Thursday morning. The guard, however, is not a key member of Dallas' rotation, so whether he is active or not will not have an impact on Thursday's outing.
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