Justin Holiday

Justin Holiday

G - IND
Height: 6' 6"Weight: 181 lbsAge: 30College: Washington

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Justin Holiday nets 14 points in win

Justin Holiday put in 14 points, two rebounds, one block and two steals in 34 minutes of game action on Saturday.

Fantasy Impact

Holiday has been scoring in double-digits, but only in every other game over his past five outings. He's putting up great steals and three-point shooting numbers so if you need a three-and-D guy, Holiday could be an option.

Justin Holiday contributes nine points on Saturday

Justin Holiday put in nine points, four dimes, four rebounds and one steal in 29 minutes of game action against the Wiz on Saturday.

Fantasy Impact

Holiday has been terrible over the past month and continues to underwhelm for the new-look Grizzlies. He's best left on the wire at the moment.

Justin Holiday comes down with seven rebounds in win

Justin Holiday put in six points and seven rebounds in 21 minutes of game action during Sunday's win.

Fantasy Impact

The Grizz have been on fire winning four of their last five games but Holiday has not gotten hot along with his squad. With Kyle Anderson returning at some point Holiday isn't worth the hold anymore.

Justin Holiday (neck) will play on Friday

Justin Holiday (neck) is active for the Grizzlies matchup with the Jazz on Friday.

Fantasy Impact

Holiday has been going through a really tough stretch lately and should be on the wire everywhere. If he strings together a few more good games, which he's capable of, give him another look.

Justin Holiday has limited impact in loss to Thunder

Justin Holiday had a limited role in Sunday's loss to Thunder. Holiday finished the night with seven points while adding two rebounds, two steals, one block, and two turnovers in 28 minutes.

Fantasy Impact

Holiday, who was brought over in a mid-season trade with Chicago, was given a longer leash when Gasol was still on the team. Since that trade, Avery Bradley and Delon Wright have jumped ahead of him in terms of opportunity. Not worth a roster spot, or dynasty stab.

Austin Van Ryn24 weeks ago