The Thunder's Lu Dort scored the most points out of ALL the NBA players that played on Tuesday night with a career-best 42 points while Darius Bazley put up one of the worst outcomes for fantasy hoops. And yes, Erik Ong has a new (and improved) format that he's tinkering with.
The Celtics showed up in a big way, dropping the Nuggets with a huge fourth-quarter run on Sunday, Mo Bamba stole the show in a loss to the reinforced Bucks, and Zion Williamson bullied the Cavs (except Dean Wade). All that and more were tackled in the Rundown by Hoop Ball editor Erik Ong.
Kevin Durant had a triumphant return for the Nets, Donovan Mitchell dropped 41 points in a loss to the Suns but the Pacers trounced the Wolves on the shoulders of Aaron and Justin Holiday, who stepped up in a big way on Wednesday.
There were a handful of record-setting performances on Tuesday night as well as an offense clinic put on by Paul George as the Clippers dominated the Blazers.
Lonzo Ball returned to action on Sunday night and promptly led the Pelicans to victory via an epic performance. What else did Sunday's busy slate bring us in fantasy? Erik Ong has the down low.
The Magic stunned the Clippers, led by a second unit filled with new arrivals. Whatever direction they take in the off-season, they've got a bright future ahead thanks to some emergent players and new faces.
The biggest news that came out of Sunday night was the announcements of the signings of LaMarcus Aldridge by the Nets and Andre Drummond by the Lakers. Hoop Ball editor Erik Ong is here to brake down the fantasy impact of those transactions.