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Thunder center Moses Brown scores 18 points and grabs 12 rebounds in Wednesday's 147-109 loss to Warriors.
Wednesday was Brown's second consecutive game where he received a double-double. Brown attempted 13 field goals which were his most since 3/16. Though he has taken less than ten field goals in many games recently, this performance against Golden State may be a sign of things to come for the former UCLA standout.
Thunder center Moses Brown grabs 15 rebounds and scores 12 points in Tuesday's 106-96 loss to Jazz.
Despite picking up four fouls in Tuesday's contest, Brown once again flashed his double-double upside in just 26 minutes. The performances from Brown as of late have been volatile. Still, he is a viable fantasy consideration because of his potential on a given night. Rarely do the field goal attempts eclipse 10 for Brown, but his 55.4% field goal percentage implies he's generally efficient in the opportunities when he does shooting the ball.
Thunder center Moses Brown scores 13 points and grabs 11 rebounds in Thursday's 129-102 loss to Cavaliers.
Thursday was Brown's second consecutive performance with at least ten rebounds. Though he's been inconsistent as of late, Brown has two double-doubles in four games. Many are believers in Brown's long-term potential based on some performances at just 21 years of age in his second NBA season. There's reason to be optimistic we see more strong fantasy outings from Brown throughout the season.
Thunder center Moses Brown grabs 14 rebounds and scores 10 points in Saturday's 133-85 loss to Trail Blazers.
Brown led the Thunder in rebounds by six. This performance was Brown's first double-double of April after earning the statistical honor six times during March. It appears Brown is a more volatile fantasy option than initially recognized. His rebounds and points upside is nice, but he's shown to go under ten in either category many times. The upside for Brown is pleasant for fantasy owners, but he is a riskier option than most given his recent performances.
Thunder center Moses Brown scores 20 points and grabs 11 rebounds in Wednesday's 113-103 win against the Raptors.
Brown went six for ten from the field and made eight of nine free throws. In March, Brown has earned a double-double five times. Despite a fantasy struggle against the Mavericks on 3/29, Brown gets right back on track for his elite fantasy production with Wednesday's performance. He is a viable option for fantasy owners who fancy a player who has tremendous rebound and scoring upside.