Kelly Olynyk - Miami Heat
(7.6 PPG, 4.9 RPG, 2 APG, in 22.4 MPG)
Kelly is a strong threat coming off the bench for Miami. In the past week, the Heat has won 2 of 3. During those contests, Kelly scored seven points off the bench against the Suns and 13 off the bench at home against the Pistons.
This is a FANTASTIC job on the backline from Miami's bigs.— Jasmine Thomas Fan Acct. (@NekiasNBA) November 13, 2019
Kelly Olynyk steps up in containment to help Dragic on the curl.
Chris Silva rotates over to take away the Thon Maker roll.
Brandon Clarke - Memphis Grizzlies
(13.3 PPG, 6.7 RPG, 1.3 APG, in 21 MPG)
Clarke is proving that he definitely has a legitimate place in the NBA. Even though the Grizzlies were blown out in Orlando, he had 13 points off the bench, shooting five of 12. In their matchup with the Hornets last night, Brandon had 21 minutes of playing time while scoring 13 points and grabbing six rebounds.
Brandon Clarke swallows shot, Brandon Clarke buries shot— Fastbreak Breakfast (@fastbreakbreak) November 14, 2019
Nothing but respect for MY #roy pic.twitter.com/Fln1Hotmvl
Domantas Sabonis - Indiana Pacers
(19.8 PPG, 13.3 RPG, 3.9 APG, in 34.9 MPG)
His previous calf injury doesn’t seem to be bothering him much. In the last three games against Detroit, Orlando and Oklahoma City, Sabonis has been fairly busy recording a double-double in each of those competitions. He led the team in rebounding every game as well - including 14 boards against the Pistons.
It's a bird. It's a plane. No, it's Domantas Sabonis! @INDMembersCU | https://t.co/StiWkj02uK pic.twitter.com/ab2kH0nWmr— FOX Sports Indiana (@FSIndiana) November 9, 2019
Rui Hachimura - Washington Wizards
(21 PPG, 5.5 RPG, 2.5 APG, in 30 MPG as a starter)
The Wizards lost to the Cavs at home but Rui had a great performance, nonetheless, going 10 of 13 shooting. In last night’s loss to the Celtics, he went 9-12 scoring 21 points. It’s safe to say that he’s pulling his own weight.
Rui Hachimura scored 21 points, going 9-12 from the field!#WizCeltics | @rui_8mura pic.twitter.com/cZ3JpDX24a— Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) November 14, 2019
Zach Collins - Portland Trailblazers
Zach underwent successful shoulder surgery but is expected to be out for the next four months. The Trailblazers are obviously missing him on the court - they went 1-3 last week after his departure. Collins intends to still play later this season, in which the team will re-evaluate him then...only time will tell.
Nigel Williams-Goss - Utah Jazz
Being deep on the bench for the Jazz, doesn’t allow for much playing time. Nigel played a few minutes at the end of their win against the Warriors. He took one shot and missed.
Zach Norvell Jr. - South Bay Lakers G-League
Norvell is a two-way player currently on the Lakers G-League. Hopefully he’ll get some minutes down the line.