March 8, 2020, 8:50 pmAron BaynesC, Phoenix Suns
Aron Baynes thrived once again, this time on Sunday against the Bucks, accounting for 24 points (8-of-16 FG, 4-of-5 FT), seven rebounds, four 3-pointers and one block.
Deandre Ayton remains day-to-day for the Suns who next play on Tuesday, which means we have one more opportunity in the near future to cash in on Baynes as the starting center for the Suns. After that, the Suns don't play until Saturday, and it is likely that Ayton is back in action by then. These last two games serve as an excellent reminder to stream Baynes when he is getting major minutes. Dario Saric also succeeded in this one, going for 11 points, five rebounds, three 3-pointers and one steal in 26 minutes. Saric's path is a bit more promising long-term as Kelly Oubre (knee) is most likely done for the season, and Saric should still have a decent role in the rotation when Ayton returns. Feel free to roster him in standard leagues if you don't mind the thin schedule he has next week.