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Jarrett Culver totaled 12 points (5-8 FG, 1-2 3PT, 1-2 FT), one rebound, and two assists in 18 minutes in the Timberwolves’ 117-111 loss to the Rockets on Tuesday.
Culver had his second consecutive double-digit scoring performance against the Rockets this past Tuesday. Although he only took a handful of shots, he was able to shoot 62.6 percent from the floor and 40 percent from beyond the arc. Culver has mostly been a low-volume high-percentage shot kind of player for most of the year; however, Culver has been able to maintain a relatively respectable floor. He may not be worth a roster spot at this point, but it wouldn’t hurt you to keep him on your radar for deep-league play.
Jarrett Culver totaled seven points (3-7 FG, 1-3 3PT, 0-0 FT), four rebounds, and two assists in 27 minutes in the Timberwolves’ 132-118 loss to the Magic on Friday.
Culver put up his usual conservative stat-line and, in doing so, failed to cash-in on his increased playing time this past Friday. After scoring double-digit figures in three conservative games, the best he could do in 27 minutes of play against the Magic was seven points, four rebounds, and two assists. Although Culver has the potential to do more, he is, at this time, too inconsistent to be a dependable source of fantasy value. He is safe to fade until further notice.
Jarrett Culver totaled 13 points (5-11 FG, 3-6 3PT, 0-0 FT) and five rebounds in 21 minutes in the Timberwolves’ 115-108 victory over the Bulls on Wednesday.
In the past three games, Culver has picked-up his play putting up his third consecutive double-digit scoring performance, showing what he can do when he is locked-in and aggressive on the offensive side of the floor. An interesting fact, in every game, except for two, where he has taken 10 or more shots, he has scored double figures. In a total of 25 games, in which this has occurred, Culver has averaged 28.6 minutes of played and 14.2 points per game. With Malik Beasley getting so much run, it may be difficult for Culver to get enough playing time to assert himself in the offense consistently. However, if he can continue to be efficient and aggressive in his role, he could be a nice late-season value pick-up for deep league play.
Jarrett Culver totaled 11 points (5-8 FG, 1-3 3PT, 0-0 FT), two rebounds, and one assist in 19 minutes in the Timberwolves’ 139-134 victory over the Pelicans on Tuesday.
For the second game in a row, Culver was able to reach double-figure scoring. He continues to contribute conservative lines and has failed to reach the level of performance we experienced in January. His body of work this year points to him remaining at his low conservative floor, but there is a chance that Culver can reach a higher level of productivity. Although he isn’t fantasy relevant at this time, he is worth keeping on your radar in case he turns it around. He has averaged 9.1 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 1.8 assists per game this year.
Jarrett Culver totaled 12 points (5-10 FG, 2-4 3PT, 0-0 FT), four rebounds, two assists, and one steal in 25 minutes in the Timberwolves’ 111-91 loss to the Mavericks on Sunday.
Although Culver put up another conservative game, he shot well from the floor and beyond the arc. His fifty percent all-around shooting night provided a good base for his overall stat-line and made his night a positive one against the Mavericks. Until Culver can perform at a higher-level consistently, it would be safe to say he isn’t worth a roster spot at this time. Once he gets back some of that fire he showed in January, where he averaged 12 points, 4.3 rebounds, 1.9 assists, .8 blocks, and 1.1 steals per game, he would be safe to start in deep-league play.