G - FA
Foye again had big minutes for the Brooklyn Nets. He had 14 points in 27 minutes of action, including three three-pointers. He also added one block and one rebound.
That makes it three games in a row with double-digit points for Foye. He hasn't done much else for his fantasy owners. He's more of a points and threes type of player. If you need those stats and the waiver wire is lacking any interesting pickups, then consider Foye as a low-end source of points and threes.
Foye got the start for the Brooklyn Nets. He made one field goal (a three-pointer) and finished with three points. He also added five assists and one block.
It's only a matter of time before Jeremy Lin comes back or the Nets go in full tank mode. Either scenario will not bode well for Foye's fantasy prospects. Sean Kilpatrick would be a better speculative play than Foye, if one had to pick up a perimeter player on the Nets roster.
Foye played 24 minutes and scored 11 points. He also added five assists and two rebounds.
This marks the second game in a row that Foye has hit double digit scoring. With Jeremy Lin out, he should see minutes at the guard spot. However, he's not worth adding at this time because Lin could come back at any moment and take away minutes from Foye.
With the Brooklyn Nets getting blown out by Houston Rockets, the bench got some playing time down the stretch. Foye finished with 13 points, three assists and three three-pointers.
In 27 games played this season, Foye has averaged 16.8 minutes per game with 5.0 points, 2.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 0.4 steals. He's not worth a pickup, especially with a crowded back court in Brooklyn.
Foye got a little playing time and scored 10 points (including two three-pointers). He also added one rebound, two assists and one steal.
Even without Jeremy Lin, Foye hasn't done much. This game marks the first time he's reached double-digits in points, and it's only because the Indiana Pacers blew out the Nets. Keep Foye on the waiver wire.