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T.J. McConnell totaled eight points (4-8 FG), six rebounds, nine assists, one block, and four steals in 31 minutes in the Pacers' 122-115 loss to the Lakers on Saturday.
McConnell had nine assists and four steals in the Pacers’ loss to the Lakers, making it his ninth game out of his previous ten with 3.0 or more assists and his eighth game out of his last ten with 2.0 or more steals. He is a great competitor who has done a commendable job in manning the ship in Malcolm Brogdon's absence. McConnell has been able to play up to his competition many times, and this should be no different as he is a solid fantasy play for tonight's season finale slate given his price-point, upside, and the context of tonight's game.
T.J. McConnell totaled 23 points (10-19 FG, 1-2 3PT, 2-3 FT), five rebounds, seven assists, and three steals in 45 minutes in the Pacers' 142-133 loss to the Bucks on Thursday.
McConnell had a strong showing in the Pacers' loss to the Bucks, putting up 23.0 points while having 7.0 assists and 3.0 steals. This level of performance has become somewhat of a regular occurrence for him this year, as he has been an invaluable spark of production off the bench and in his spot starts. With Malcolm Brogdon still not 100.0 percent, there is no telling what the identity of this team will be in the postseason. However, suppose McConnell can manage to build on his versatility and consistency. In that case, he could become an x-factor play for your fantasy lineups as the season winds down and the postseason begins.
T.J. McConnell totaled 18 points (9-10 FG), one rebound, seven assists, and one steal in 36 minutes in the Pacers' 129-117 loss to the Hawks on Sunday.
McConnell scored 18.0 points in the Pacers’ loss to the Hawks, significantly improving his scoring performance from Friday's effort against the Jazz. McConnell is like the Wes Welker of basketball, not an extremely flashy player but is as technically sound and impactful as they come. His consistency and ability to play up to his competition make him a viable last-piece fantasy asset for your lineups anytime the Pacers are on the Slate.
T.J. McConnell totaled 12 points (5-5 FG, 1-1 3PT, 1-2 FT), six rebounds, four assists, and four steals in 21 minutes in the Pacers' 132-124 win over the Rockets.
McConnell had four steals in the Pacers’ win over the Rockets, making it his fourth contest out of his previous five with 2.0 or more steals. McConnell has been and continues to be a consistent source of production for the Pacers and can be an excellent source of value for your DFS lineups.
T.J. McConnell totaled 18 points (9-14 FG), seven rebounds, and eight assists in 34 minutes in the Pacers' 139-133 win over the Spurs on Saturday.
McConnell scored 18.0 points in the Pacers’ win over the Spurs, making it his third consecutive game with 10.0 points or more. With Malcolm Brogdon out of the lineup, several team members got the nod for additional time in the rotation. Still, as he has done most of this season, McConnell rose to the occasion and put together a great performance in his allotted time. It may be uncomfortable to think McConnell a border-line must-consider play anytime the Pacers are on the slate, but he has done more than enough to warrant that level of consideration. He is an excellent last-piece option for your DFS line-ups, given his consistency, versatility, and price-point.