Fantasy Baseball Box Score Breakouts – 4/5/10

Apr 5, 2010

Here’s a look at some fantasy basketball players that blew up the box score last night.

J.J. Hickson, Cleveland Cavaliers
Hickson posted a double-double (14 points, 11 rebounds) against the Celtics. He’s averaging 13.2 and 9.2, but his numbers should dip with Anderson Varejao returns from his hamstring injury.

Kyle Lowry, Houston Rockets
Lowry had 16 points in a blowout loss to the Pacers. He’s averaging 17 points in his last four games.

Chase Budinger, Houston Rockets
Budinger added 17 points. He’s averaging 19.3 point in his last four games.

Jordan Hill, Houston Rockets
Hill chipped in with 15 points of his own. He is not a fantasy option.

Mike Dunleavy, A.J. Price & Josh McRoberts, Indiana Pacers
Dunleavey had 15 points, Price had 17 points, and McRoberts had 18 with 12 boards. None are fantasy options.

Roy Hibbert, Indiana Pacers
Hibbert added 20 points, 11 rebounds, and 7 assists. He’s very inconsistent, but worth using against smaller teams.

J.J. Redick, Orlando Magic
Redick had 15 points against Memphis. He’s a decent daily league option.

Terence Williams, New Jersey Nets
T-Will had 15 points on 7-10 shooting. Don’t be fooled by his FG%. He’ll do more harm than good.

Shaun Livingston, Washington Wizards
Livingston had 16 points and 8 assists against the Nets. He’s a decent fantasy option at this point in deeper leagues.

Nick Young and Carrier Martin, Washington Wizards
Both had 16 points yesterday. Neither are fantasy options.

Anthony Morrow, Golden State Warriors
Morrow had 25 points and 10 rebounds against Toronto. He’s back.

Jarrett Jack, Toronto Raptors
Jack countered with 19 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 assists. He’s a decent daily league play.

Ryan Gomes, Minnesota Timberwolves
Gomes had 22 points against the Thunder. Look elsewhere.

Bill Walker, New York Knicks
Walker had 18 points against the Clippers. He’s averaging 13.8 point and 3.0 three-pointers in his last five games. He does little else.

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