Devin Booker totaled 23 points (12-25 FG, 7-12 3PT), five rebounds, and six assists in the Suns’ 118-108 win over the Bucks on Thursday.
Booker was unstoppable in the Suns’ Game Two victory over the Bucks, as he scored 31.0 points while shooting 48.0 percent from the floor and 58.3 percent from beyond the arc. He is an elite scoring talent who can fill up several performance categories of the stat sheet. If his price point does not overly consider his upside and potential, Booker should continue to be a solid cost-efficient foundational piece for your roster. However, it could be necessary to “ground” you’re scoring and fantasy production expectations as he is also capable of disappearing in a game if he is unable to get his shot to drop. Despite their shortcomings in these past two games, the Bucks are always a serious threat to one's fantasy production due to their defensive talent. They could apply enough pressure to disrupt Booker's scoring rhythm, forcing him to produce value in other ways, which could be a good or bad thing for your success, depending on your roster construction.