G - BOS
Marcus Smart did not score any points on 0-for-3 shooting with seven assists, three rebounds, and one steal over 24 minutes on Tuesday night as the Celtics beat the Kings by a 128-75 score.
With the game being a blowout, Smart did not need to play many minutes and was not needed on offense. Even when he doesn't score, Smart helps out fantasy managers with his across-the-board stats and is worth rostering in most fantasy formats.
Marcus Smart scored 11 points on 4-for-9 shooting with four rebounds, six assists, four steals, and two three-pointers over 31 minutes in Sunday's 116-87 win over the Wizards
Smart was back on the court after he missed six games due to a thigh injury and health and safety protocols. The 27-year-old guard provided his typical across-the-board stats and should be picked up if he was let go in any fantasy leagues now that he is back healthy.
Celtics guard Marcus Smart (conditioning) is probable to return Sunday when the Celtics meet the Washington Wizards.
Smart is likely to return after missing the last six games, but will likely be on a minutes restriction Sunday. Look for Smart to have a direct impact on the fantasy value of Celtics guard Dennis Schroder.
According to Keith Smith, Marcus Smart (conditioning) has been ruled out for Friday's game.
Friday will mark Smart's third absence from the team due to conditioning. Dennis Schroder has continued to start in his place while Romeo Langford and Payton Pritchard have seen extended minutes.
Per Jay King, Marcus Smart (conditioning) is listed as questionable for Friday's game
Smart has missed the past five games after being in the health and safety protocols. If he misses Friday's game, Dennis Schroder and Josh Richardson are in line for more minutes.