C - OKC
Steven Adams scored six points on 3-of-9 shooting, with 14 rebounds (nine offensive), one assist, one steal, and four turnovers across 31 minutes as Thunder force Game 7.
Adams was extremely active on the glass in Game 6. He's now grabbed double-digit rebounds in five of six games against the undersized Rockets. Adams and the Thunder will now look ahead to a decisive Game 7 Wednesday night.
Steven Adams scored six points (3-7 FG, 0-3 FT), grabbed a team-high 13 rebounds and added two assists and a block across 35 minutes in a 119-107 victory over Houston.
Adams continues to be a reliable source of rebounds in Oklahoma City’s first-round series, collecting 12 per contest through the first three games. Adams exited late in the 4th quarter and according to ESPN’s Malika Andrews, he suffered a right knee contusion that left him unable to return to Saturday’s overtime win. Adams should be considered questionable heading into Game 4 on Monday.
Steven Adams posted 17 points (7-13 FG, 0-1 3PT, 3-6 FT), 12 rebounds, and two assists over 27 minutes of play Tuesday.
Adams puts up strong fantasy performances when he's involved in the offense but unfortunately, his rebounds are more consistent than his points. He'll likely continue to be an up and down fantasy option throughout the playoffs.
Steven Adams scored eight points (4-7 FG, 0-2 FT), snagged eight rebounds, and stole one ball over 20 minutes in Wednesday's win over the Heat.
Adams, a former double-double machine, has only hit that mark once in four bubble games. Injuries are taking a toll on the big-bodied 27-year old and he is no longer the elite center he was with the Russell Westbrook-led Thunder.
Steven Adams (leg contusion) has been ruled out Monday vs. the Suns.
Adams was a late scratch Sunday, and is going to miss the 2nd-game of OKC’s back-to-back. Nerlens Noel (ankle) has also been ruled out Monday. Mike Muscal started Sunday, and will likely do so again on Monday against Phoenix.