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T.J. McConnell totaled 17 points (8-13 FG, 1-2 FT), six rebounds, twelve assists, and two steals in 46 minutes in the Pacers' 110-107 loss to the Knicks on Saturday.
McConnell had a 17.0 point, 12.0 assist double-double in the Pacers’ loss against the Knicks, making it his first of the year. With Malcolm Brogdon out of the lineup with right knee soreness, McConnell got the start and made the most out of his opportunity as he shot an efficient 61.5 percent from the floor while stuffing several categories of the stat-sheet. He has been a fantastic value option this entire season and should be considered a strong last-piece play for your DFS lineups.
T.J. McConnell totaled 19 points (8-9 FG, 1-1 3PT, 2-3 FT), four rebounds, three assists, two blocks, and three steals in 42 minutes in the Pacers' 120-112 over-time loss to the Bulls on Monday.
McConnell scored 19.0 points in the Pacers’ loss to the Bulls while shooting 88.9 percent from the floor and 100.0 percent from beyond the arc. With Doug McDermott out of the lineup, McConnell got the start and continued his great play by completely stuffing the stat-sheet for his third consecutive game and putting up his best scoring performance of the season. He continues to improve as the season continues and has become a great value asset in all fantasy formats.
T.J. McConnell totaled nine points (4-8 FG, 1-1 3PT), two rebounds, fifteen assists, and two steals in 28 minutes in the Pacers' 114-113 loss to the Pelicans on Friday.
McConnell once again displayed his ability as a facilitator by dishing 15.0 assists in the Pacers' loss against the Pelicans. He is an efficient low volume shooter who is consistent in filling the stat-sheet; this combination of traits make him a viable source of production and value for your DFS lineups.
T.J. McConnell totaled six points (3-5 FG), two rebounds, twelve assists, one steal, and one block in 28 minutes in the Pacers' 130-110 loss to the Bucks on Wednesday.
McConnell collected 12.0 rebounds against the Bucks, making it his eleventh straight game with five or more assists. He is worth considering for your DFS lineups, given the safety of his floor, the consistency of his play, and the low price-point of his potential value.
T.J McConnell totaled six points (3-7 FG, 0-1 3PT, 0-2 FT), three rebounds, seven assists, one block, and four steals in 29 minutes in the Pacers' 134-116 win over the Grizzlies on Tuesday.
McConnell was able to produce a solid line against the Grizzlies through his "stuffing" of the stat-sheet. This game marked his tenth consecutive game with two or more rebounds, his tenth consecutive game with five or more assists, and his ninth game out of his last ten with one or more steals. It is important to note that McConnell is only averaging 21.4 minutes per game, which could mean that his value is heavily driven by efficiency. His limited time, given his limited usage, could produce some risks of him putting up a low-floor game; however, his potential value could make him a viable last piece add to your lineups.