March 13, 2018, 11:18 pmCarmelo AnthonyPF, Oklahoma City Thunder
Carmelo Anthony posted his second straight quality game on Tuesday night, scoring 21 points on 7-of-15 shooting with six 3-pointers and a surprising three blocks against the Hawks.
Anthony now has 42 points and 11 threes over his last two games, bouncing back nicely from a slump that was bereft of anything other than inefficient points. We wouldn’t expect it to last for very long but Melo could see increased opportunity in the near-term if Paul George misses any time. Get him back in your lineups but treat him as a top-100 guy and you should be able to avoid major disappointment.