G - FA
O.J. Mayo fractured his ankle in an accident at his home. Details have not yet emerged, but he will be out for the remainder of the season.
With Michael-Carter Williams already down for the season, Jared Bayless is set to receive a major and permanent boost in minutes. Look for the Greek Freak to see an uptick in fantasy value as well.
O.J. Mayo has been ruled out due to an illness, which moves Jerryd Bayless into the starting lineup.
With Mayo out, Bayless will see all the minutes he can handle at PG. He has as tough matchup tonight, but might be worth a look in some GPP lineups.
O.J. Mayo played 24 minutes and scored 12 points taking all seven field goal attempts from three-point range (4-7 FG). He also grabbed three rebounds and dished out four assists.
This was Mayo's best scoring output in 2016 and was an all-around good performance. Mayo has been incredibly inconsistent ever since being inserted into the starting lineup, but is a great source of threes and often assists. He is worth a look in deep leagues and some daily tournaments with a cheap price tag.
Mayo got the start at point guard, but his lousy first half play resulted in him starting the second half on the bench. He finished with nine points (3-8 FG, 2-5 3PT), seven rebounds, six assists, and five steals.
This was by far Mayo's best performance since joining the starting lineup over the past four games, but was largely salvaged by the extra minutes in double overtime. Coach Jason Kidd elected to start Carter-Williams in the second half, which makes sense given Mayo is only averaging three points, two rebounds and three assister per game before Saturday's game. Mayo will likely see 25-30 minutes per game, but can be left on waivers in most leagues.
O.J. Mayo got the start at point guard Tuesday night but failed to score in 18 minutes. He shot 0-for-2, contributed six assists and one rebound, but also picked up four personal fouls.
Mayo's first game back from a hamstring injury after missing 11 consecutive games was not stellar, but the six assists tied his season-high. Pending the fate of Carter-Williams at the trade deadline, he could still be in line for more playing time moving forward, but I would leave him on the wire for the time being.