G - ATL
Kevin Huerter scored 27 points (10-18 Fg, 5-7 Ft, 2-4 3Pt) seven rebounds, three assists, and one steal across 39 minutes in the Hawks 103-96 win over the Sixers in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals on Sunday night in Philadelphia.
Huerter was magnificent in Game 7 as he was able to shoot a whopping 55% on 18 attempts. One of his bigger moments of the game came with .44 seconds left in the game as Huerter was able to steal the ball from Joel Embiid and give an outlet pass which led to a Danilo Galllinari dunk and gave the Hawks a 98-92 lead. Next up for the Hawks is a matchup with the Bucks in the Eastern Conference Finals which will begin on Wednesday night in Milwaukee.
Kevin Huerter scored 10 points (4-8 FG, 1-3 3PT, 1-2 FT) to go along with five rebounds, two assists, one steal and three blocks in the Hawks game two loss Wednesday against the Knicks.
Huerter provided 26 very effective minutes off the bench for Atlanta, doing a little bit of everything. He will look to continue the momentum heading into game three at home for the Hawks.
Kevin Huerter pitched in 14 points (6-12 FG, 2-5 3PT), six boards, two assists, and one steal in Thursday's victory against the Magic.
Huerter recorded a solid outing in tonight's blowout win over the Magic. The Hawks are simply loaded on offense, with several wings who can each contribute on any given night. As such, it's difficult for Huerter to regularly score in double figures, but Atlanta could be in for a deep playoff run if he and other forwards can get into a groove.
The Hawks G/F is amongst a long list of names missing Wednesday night's contest vs. Philadelphia. Huerter and the Hawks are now waiting on a second opinion regarding the MRI taken on his shoulder.
The team has stated that F Solomon Hill will be starting in Huerter's place on Wednesday. While Hill shouldn't be considered as a fantasy replacement, G Lou Williams may be worth the flier. Williams has scored in double digits in the last four games, and with so many players out, shot attempts will be applenty for the streaky shooter.
Kevin Huerter notched 20 points (9-14 FG, 1-5 3PT, 1-2 FT), two boards, three assists, one steal, and two turnovers in Sunday's victory versus the Bucks.
Huerter has now recorded 13 straight games of double figure scoring. He shot the ball efficiently as well, converting on 64.3% of his attempts. He should be rostered in all formats with Trae Young likely out for the rest of the fantasy playoffs, as the Hawks will need his consistent scoring production in the final three weeks of the regular season.