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Coach Jason Kidd will start Moses Brown at center for Monday’s contest against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Moses Brown will start in place of the injured Willie Cauley-Stein for Monday’s game against the Cavaliers. Expect Brown to log in 10-15 minutes and Dwight Powell to come off the bench.
Oklahoma City Thunder C Moses Brown notched 24 points (12-19 FG), 18 rebounds, seven blocks and three assists across 38 minutes in Sunday's win over the Clippers.
Brown ended just three blocks away from putting up a triple-double and was all over the court in this one, leading the Thunder in rebounds and scoring a season-high 24 points. Brown's playing time in the final weeks of the regular season was extremely inconsistent, but he flashed the potential to be a decent fantasy contributor if he gets enough minutes. He's still raw, but the upside is there going forward -- especially in dynasty formats.
Oklahoma City Thunder C Moses Brown scored 12 points (3-4 FG, 6-7 FT) while adding in nine rebounds in a loss on Sunday to the Kings.
Brown continues to be rocky for fantasy owners. His usual rebounding outlook failed on Sunday as he recorded only nine rebounds. He did have a better game scoring the basketball while adding in three blocks as well. With the Thunder in a full rebuild and retooling of the roster, next season Brown could be a very sneaky fantasy play.
Oklahoma City Thunder C Moses Brown scored six points (3-8 FG) while adding in 17 boards in a loss to the Kings.
Brown continues to look sharp on the glass despite his lack of scoring and other peripherals. The young center continues to see 25+ minutes and game and grab 10+ boards. If he can assert himself on the offensive side of the ball he would be a real dual threat fantasy player.
Oklahoma City Thunder C Moses Brown recorded five points (2-5 FG, 1-2 FT), 18 rebounds, two steals, and an assist across 32 minutes in Thursday's 109-95 loss to the Pelicans.
Brown wasn't very involved with the offense on Thursday but he hit the glass heavily recording 18 rebounds. His 18 boards marked his second-highest number on the season for the UCLA product. Shot volume is Brown's biggest threat to his viability as a fantasy option, but his swift adoption to a starting role with the Thunder guarantees a prominent role with the squad in their youth-based rebuild.