G - MIA
Kendrick Nunn scored six points (3-12 Fg) three steals, two rebounds, and one assist in 35 minutes of action in the Heat's 94-80 loss to the Hawks on Tuesday night in Miami.
Tuesday night is one that all Heat players would love to soon forget particularly Nunn who had his worst shooting night of the season hitting just 25% of his shots. The Heat will wrap up the first half of the season on Thursday night in New Orleans against the Pelicans.
Kendrick Nunn scored 24 points (8-15 Fg, 4-8 3Pt, 4-4 Ft) seven assists, three rebounds, one block, and one steal in 32 minutes of game-time in the Heat's 109-99 win over the Hawks on Sunday night in Miami.
After averaging 9.5 ppg over his prior two contests, Nunn had it going against the Hawks and what's more impressive has been his ability to get his teammates involved averaging 6.0 apg over his last four games. Nunn and the Heat will take on the Hawks once again on Tuesday night in Miami.
Kendrick Nunn scored 20 points (7-18 Fg, 3-9 3Pt, 3-3 Ft) nine assists, five rebounds, three steals, and two blocks across 41 minutes in the Heat's 108-94 win over the Thunder on Monday night in Oklahoma City.
After starting the first 10 games of the season buried on the bench and then restricted by Covid-19 protocols, Nunn has now become a mainstay in the Heat lineup. On the seven-game west coast road trip Nunn averaged 18.1 ppg for Miami. Nunn is still widely available in both Yahoo! leagues where he is 53% owned and ESPN where he is 52% owned. The Heat will next take on the Raptors at home on Wednesday night and in two games against Toronto this season Nunn has averaged 25 ppg, so now might be the time to pick him up or at worst is worth a shot in DFS.
Kendrick Nunn scored 27 points (10-14 Fg, 5-6 3Pt, 2-2 Ft) five rebounds, three assists, two steals, and one block in 39 minutes of action in the Heat's 96-94 win over the Lakers on Saturday night in L.A.
Nunn has filled in admirably for Goran Dragic in the lineup, and has now averaged 17.83 ppg in the last six games for the Heat. The Heat will next take the court on Monday night against the Thunder in OKC.
Kendrick Nunn scored 19 points (7-14 Fg, 5-9 3Pt) two assists, and one rebound across 40 minutes in the Heat's 120-112 loss to the Warriors on Wednesday night in San Francisco.
Nunn was great in the first half as he led the Heat in scoring with 14 points. It was nice to see the bounce-back effort from the second-year player after his six point game against the Clippers on Monday. The Heat will have no rest as they take the court on Thursday against the Kings in Sacramento.