G - OKC
Ty Jerome scored 15 points (6-12 FG, 3-8 3Pt) to go along with two assists, and one rebound across 30 minutes in Saturday's 96-126 loss to Denver.
Jerome has seen extended court time as of late and made the most of it on Saturday, recording a career-high 15 points on 50 percent shooting from the field. With the Thunder in need of offense, Jerome could slot in as a consistent option off the bench at least until George Hill (thumb) returns.
Ty Jerome will continue to miss time, as he is out against the Pelicans with a left ankle sprain.
The one-year pro has yet to appear in a game for the Thunder this season and finds himself in a crowded back-court. There is no need to look his way in any fantasy format at this time.
Ty Jerome scored five points (2-6 FG, 1-1 3Pt), seven assists, two steals, and one rebound through 18 minutes in the Suns' 128-114 loss to the Magic on Wednesday.
As we've seen Jerome's role increase, Tyler Johnson's role has decreased to the point of a healthy scratch on Wednesday night. Jerome may become a priority waiver add should the Sun's move on from Johnson and promote Jerome as the backup to Ricky Rubio and Devin Booker.
Ty Jerome made his Suns debut on Monday against the Hornets playing 12 minutes and finishing with four points, four assists, three rebounds, and three steals.
The first-round pick showed he can at least put together a stat sheet with just 12 minutes of action so he's worth a look in deeper leagues at least. We could see more of him if Rubio misses more time or the Suns shutdown Rubio or Booker late in the season.