G - Boston Celtics
Jrue Holiday scored 13 points (6-8 FG, 1-1 3P) with seven rebounds, four assists, a steal, and two blocks in the Celtics’ 117-99 win over the Sixers on Tuesday.
Holiday may not have had a big game in any one particular category, but he played well overall, contributing on both sides of the ball. He’ll look to keep up the good work against the Mavericks on Friday.
Jrue Holiday is not on the injury report for Friday's game against the Wizards.
Holiday is set to return after he was sidelined on Wednesday. Al Horford should return to his role with the second unit, unless Jayson Tatum (illness) is sidelined.
Jrue Holiday has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Hawks.
Holiday will be sidelined for the same elbow issue that has seemed to bother him the past month or so. Jaylen Brown should take his spot in the starting lineup returning from a one-game absence.
Jrue Holiday (elbow) is considered questionable to play in Wednesday night's game against the Atlanta Hawks.
Holiday may have to miss his first game because of this elbow injury on Wednesday night. The severity of it is unknown right now, but it may be enough to cause him to miss a game or two. If that's the case, Derrick White and Payton Pritchard will both see more minutes in his absence.
Jrue Holiday scored just eight points (4-9 FG, 0-2 3PT) to go with seven assists, seven rebounds, and four turnovers in Thursday's 114-105 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Celtics weren't able to pick up a win over the undermanned Lakers on Thursday, and Holiday wasn't able to have a very good outing himself. He ended the day with under eight points, and although he was effective in other areas of the game, his four turnovers committed still hurt his fantasy total and the team as a whole. He is having a good year so far and projects to bounce back sometime in the near future.