Fantasy Basketball Box Score Breakouts—3/24/10

Ryan Lester@LestersLegendsSenior Writer IMarch 25, 2010

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

James Singleton, Washington Wizards

Singleton certainly opened some eyes with his 19 point, 21 rebound performance against the Pacers. He’s averaging 12.8 rebounds in his last four games, including 16 and a pair of seven rebound games. He’s worth a risk in daily leagues if you’re looking for boards.

Josh McRoberts, Indiana Pacers

McRoberts also played well in that game. He had 14 points and 12 boards for the Pacers. He doesn’t have a track record so make him prove it.

Wesley Matthews, Utah Jazz

Matthews has 16 points and eight rebounds against the Raptors. He’s a decent daily league option if you need scoring and free-throw percentage.

Antoine Wright, Toronto Raptors

Wright had 15 points against the Jazz. He’s been in double-figures in each of his past three games.

Beno Udrih, Sacramento Kings

Udrih continues to play well of late. He had 19 points, eight rebounds, and five assists against the Nets.

Delonte West, Cleveland Cavaliers

West had 15 points against the Hornets. He’s a decent daily league option.

Jrue Holiday, Philadelphia 76ers

Holiday had another solid effort with 15 points, four rebounds, seven assists, and two steals. He’s been a nice option down the stretch.

Willie Green, Philadelphia 76ers

Green had 16 points as Louis Williams sat out. He gets a slight bump as long as that’s the case.

Jerry Stackhouse, Milwaukee Bucks

Stack had 15 points against the team he got his start with (Sixers). He’s not a fantasy option anymore.

Kyle Lowry, Houston Rockets

Lowry had 15 points. He’s been in double-figures in his last three games.

James Harden, Oklahoma City Thunder

Harden had 23 points against the Rockets. He was coming off a hamstring injury that cost him six games. He’s wildly inconsistent so using Harden is risky.

Originally published at LestersLegends.com .


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