G - BOS
Tremont Waters finished with three points on 1-for-2 shooting with one three-pointer, one board, one assist, and one steal in seven minutes in a 105-75 loss to the Knicks on Sunday.
Waters picked up some playing time in the fourth quarter on Sunday with the game being a blowout. The second-year guard has played sparingly this season seeing action in just five games with seven DNPs.
Tremont Waters scored three points going 1-for-1 from the three-point line and dished five assists with two turnovers on Friday as the Celtics beat the Magic by a 124-97 score.
With the game turning into a blowout on Friday the second-year guard got a chance to see some minutes for the team. Waters has seven DNPs this season and does not have a role in the rotation and can be left on the waiver wire by fantasy owners.
Tremont Waters scored five points on 1-for-8 shooting with five assists, two rebounds and one three-pointer over 24 minutes as the Celtics beat the Raptors by a 126-114 score on Monday.
Waters picked up his second career start on Monday with Marcus Smart (thumb) and Jeff Teague (ankle) sidelined. The second-year guard could see some extra time on Wednesday as well if Smart and Teague are out as well. Once they come back expect Waters do go back to being a DNP.
Tremont Waters will get the start at point guard Thursday against the Wizards in place of Kemba Walker.
The rookie out of LSU has yet to play in the re-start and has only played a grand total of 10 NBA games, but he’ll get the start today against Washington. He’s priced at $3,100 on DraftKings, but could be hard to trust given we have yet to see him since play resumed.
Tremont Waters, rookie out of Louisiana State, is currently in the concussion protocol due to suffering a concussion earlier this week, per coach Brad Stevens.
Waters has played in 10 games this year for the Celtics and averaged 8.9 minutes of playing time, 3.3 points, 0.9 rebounds, 1.2 assists, 0.5 steals, and 0.2 blocks. Although his production was limited in the Celtics' rotation, his play in the G-League tells more about his potential. In 36 games with the Maine Red Claws, he averaged 33.8 minutes of playing time, 18.0 points, 3.2 rebounds, 7.3 assists, 1.9 steals, and 0.3 blocks across 36 games all while shooting 43.0 percent from the floor. It is not likely that he will see meaningful minutes throughout the “seeding” games and playoffs, barring any injuries, making him a natural fade in all fantasy formats.