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Coby White scored 31 points (10-17 FG, 8-13 3PT, 3-3 FT), to go along with nine rebounds, and six assists through 40 minutes in Saturday's 124-118 win over the New Orleans Pelicans.
Coby scored a season-high thirty one points in this game, as he had scorching 58/61/100 shooting splits. White continues to impress as this is now his fourth game with nineteen or more points. Coby will look to keep this hot streak going against the Hornets on Wednesday.
Coby White scored 19 points (7-12 FG, 3-5 3PT, 2-2 FT) to go along with one rebound and three assists in the Bulls 124-97 loss against the Celtics.
There weren't many bright spots for Chicago in this blowout loss. White tied DeMar DeRozan for the team lead with 19 points, while Zach LaVine hit just one shot on nine attempts. White has been on a tear as of late, knocking down at least three shots from deep in six straight games.
Coby White totaled 23 points (7-16FG, 5-12 3PT, 4-4 FT), five rebounds, four assists, and one block in the Bulls’ 118-109 loss to the Nets.
White scored 23.0 points in the Bulls’ loss to the Nets, making this his third game out of his previous four with at least 20.0 points. It appears he is turning a corner in his role ownership, self-confidence, and quality of contribution, which have been absent these past few years. This shift was evident in this contest, as White’s aggressive play produced value that translated well onto his stat sheet. Over the past four games, he has generated ample scoring production while doing so efficiently. White has also been impressive in contributing to other performance categories, raising his fantasy appeal further. Based on his production trends last season, he appeared to improve linearly as the season progressed; this could bode well for predicting the best time to deploy him if deciding to take a wait-and-see approach. Even though he may have several underwhelming performances in his future, he still warrants must-roster consideration in season-long leagues at this point, as the odds of him growing into a valuable “regular” in your rotation are promising. White’s upside and generous price point make him a viable value option in daily formats. He has a usage rate of 19.6 percent, a plus-minus of -2.2, and is averaging 32.3 minutes, 13.4 points, 2.9 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 0.9 steals, and 0.3 blocks per game while shooting 41.2 percent from the floor and 37.5 percent from beyond the arc.
Coby White totaled 23 points (8-17 FG, 7-12 3PT), one rebound, five assists, and one steal in the Bulls’ 116-102 loss to the Thunder.
White scored 23.0 points in the Bulls’ loss to the Thunder, making this his second consecutive game with at least 20.0 points. Although his efficiency is down compared to last season’s averages, he has demonstrated a production jump across most performance categories. He has seemed to have found himself in an excellent position to produce meaningful value for the team and our lineups. Yes, White’s upside is limited, but his consistency and level of production could warrant must-roster consideration in most season-long leagues. His floor and price point could make him a viable play in daily formats. He has a usage rate of 19.5 percent, a plus-minus of -2.3, and is averaging 31.9 minutes, 12.9 points, 2.8 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 1.1 steals, and 0.3 blocks per game while shooting 40.3 percent from the floor and 35.6 percent from beyond the arc.
Coby White scored 20 points (7-11 FG, 4-8 3PT, 2-2 FT) to go along with five rebounds, three assists, one steal and one block in the 118-100 loss for the Bulls against the Heat.
It was a quiet night for the whole Bulls starting lineup. White tied his season-high in scoring and is heating up from deep where he has made four shots in back-to-back games. White has shown these flashes in the past, but it has yet to come on a consistent basis.