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Caleb Martin scored 26 points (8-12 Fg, 7-7 Ft, 3-5 3Pt) eight rebounds, and two assists across 32 minutes in the Heat's 104-92 win over the Blazers on Wednesday night from Miami.
Martin certainly benefitted from the absence of Herro, Lowry, and a second-quarter ejection of Jimmy Butler on Wednesday night and parlayed that into his second-highest scoring game of the year. Whether or not he will be involved that much going forward is another question. Miami will travel to Atlanta to face the Hawks on Friday night.
Caleb Martin scored 18 points (8-16 Fg, 2-6 3Pt) and 10 rebounds across 28 minutes in the Heat's 115-91 win over the Hawks from Atlanta on Wednesday night.
Martin had just the second double-double of his career on Wednesday night and while he certainly isn't Jimmy Butler he has averaged 14.0 ppg over his last six games. Next up for the Heat is another matchup with the Hawks this time time from Miami on Friday night.
Caleb Martin will miss the Heat's matchup with the Pacers on Tuesday as he remains in the league's health and safety protocols.
Martin has been in protocols for the last week, but his absence hasn't had much fantasy impact as he has averaged just 19.6 minutes per game for Miami.
Caleb Martin scored 17 points (6-14 FG, 2-8 3PT, 3-4 FT) with five rebounds, two assists, two steals, a block, and a turnover across 34 minutes during Tuesday's 102-99 win against the Detroit Pistons.
The second-year small forward out of Nevada earned a start in the lineup with Miles Bridges (health and safety protocols) ruled out on Tuesday. Martin took advantage of the increased minutes, draining a couple of triples and forcing two steals on defense to finish well above his projected fantasy outcome. If Bridges and P.J. Washington are unable to play against the Bulls on Thursday, fantasy managers can run it back with Martin in deeper leagues and DFS contests.
Caleb Martin scored 17 points (7-14 FG, 3-7 3PT) with 10 rebounds, five assists, a steal, and a turnover across 35 minutes during Tuesday's 101-93 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers.
The second-year forward out of Nevada earned a start in place of P.J. Washington (ankle) who was ruled out ahead of Tuesday's contest. Martin excelled with increased opportunities on both ends of the court, draining three triples and collecting 10 rebounds while dishing five assists to mark a great individual performance. Assuming Washington remains out on Wednesday, fantasy managers can run back to Martin in most formats when the Hornets host the Cleveland Cavaliers.