Fantasy Basketball Box Score Breakouts – 4/3/11

Apr 4, 2011

Here’s a look at some fantasy basketball players that blew up the box score last night.
Jared Dudley, Phoenix Suns
Dudley scored 12 points with ten rebounds, three assists, three steals, and a block. He’s averaging 17.0 points and 6.2 rebounds in his past five games.
George Hill and Gary Neal, San Antonio Spurs
Hill scored 29 points with a rebound, four assists, and a steal. Neal added 15 point with a rebound and four assists. They both should be decent plays down the stretch as the Spurs limit their starters minutes.
Will Bynum, Detroit Pistons
Bynum scored 20 points with an assist and three steals. He’s not a good fantasy option.
Erick Dampier, Miami Heat
Dampier scored ten points with 14 rebounds and two blocks. He’s not a strong play.
Travis Outlaw, New Jersey Nets
Outlaw scored 17 points with nine rebounds and three assists. I don’t like him as a fantasy option.
Gordon Hayward, Utah Jazz
Hayward scored 19 points with three rebounds and four assists. He should get some more run down the stretch, but he would be hard to rely on.
Francisco Garcia, Sacramento Kings
Garcia scored 17 points with four rebounds and two steals. It was  his second straight game with 17 points.
Jerryd Bayless, Toronto Raptors
Bayless scored 23 points with two rebounds, eight assists, and a steal. He’s a nice option as long as Jose Calderon is out.
Matt Carroll, Charlotte Bobcats
Carroll scored 26 points with four rebounds, an assist, and a steal. Look elsewhere.
Chuck Hayes, Houston Rockets
Hayes scored 19 points with 12 rebounds, three assists, and three steals. He’s a solid option down the stretch.
Shawn Marion and Rodrigue Beaubois, Dallas Mavericks
The Matrix scored 19 points with five rebounds and an assist. He’s been streaky this year and is currently trending up. Beaubois added 20 points with four assists. He only had 15 combined in his previous three games.

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