• Dejounte Murray - PG - San Antonio Spurs

    Dejounte Murray filled the box score on Wednesday night, putting in 23 points to go with 10 rebounds, six assists, two steals and one block in the Spurs' overtime loss to the Lakers.

    Murray's 23 were a season-high and he had his finest rebounding night in a couple of weeks. On a night where Josh Hart once again showed his rebounding prowess, Dejounte displayed the fact that he might be the best rebounding guard in the NBA. In his ten games leading into the night, Murray was averaging 7.4 boards per game. With the Spurs dealing with the never-ending Kawhi Leonard drama, you have to wonder who is next up on the Spurs' list of projects turned into stars. Murray is the top candidate with his scary length and even scarier potential.

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  • Rondae Hollis-Jefferson - F - Brooklyn Nets

    Rondae Hollis-Jefferson shot 9-for-13 from the floor for 21 points with two rebounds, one assist, two blocks and one 3-pointer in 15 minutes during a Game 5 loss to the Sixers on Tuesday.

    RHJ came on strong in this series, but much of it was in garbage time. The Nets were down 29 at the half, so RHJ did most of his damage in the second half when the starters were out of the game. He could be in a different uniform this offseason, so be on the look out for value changes if the right situation presents itself.

  • D'Angelo Russell - G - Brooklyn Nets

    D'Angelo Russell shot 3-for-16 from the floor for eight points with two rebounds, three assists, two steals and one 3-pointer in 27 minutes for an elimination game loss at the hands of the Sixers on Tuesday.

    Russell was out of sorts in this one. It's one thing to have a bad shooting night, but he was clearly not ready for the big moment. Russell finishes his all-star season with an amazing ascension as one of the NBA's great point guards. Dynasty owners should be excited about his sky-high potential moving forward.

  • Tobias Harris - F - Philadelphia Sixers

    Tobias Harris shot 5-for-8 from the floor for 12 points with eight boards, four assists, three steals and two 3-pointers in 27 minutes against the Nets in Game 5 on Tuesday.

    Harris was efficient and played great defense, as Joel Embiid (knee soreness) managed the offense this game. The Sixers made quick work of the Nets despite a few injuries, showing they belong in the second round. We'll see if they are up to the task as they will take on the Raptors next.

  • Jimmy Butler - G/F - Philadelphia Sixers

    Jimmy Butler shot 4-for-9 from the floor for nine points with five rebounds, five assists, three steals, one block and one 3-pointer in 27 minutes to eliminate the Nets in Game 5 on Tuesday.

    Butler was all over the place early on defense, swiping three steals in just 27 minutes of play. The Sixers built a halftime lead of 29 points, so Butler and the other starters got to rest much of the second half. The Sixers now brace for a big test with the Raptors in the second round.

  • Ben Simmons - G/F - Philadelphia Sixers

    Ben Simmons shot 6-for-10 from the floor for 13 points with five boards and six assists in 27 minutes to eliminate the Nets in Game 5 on Tuesday.

    After shouldering the load on offense in Game 3, Joel Embiid's return gave Simmons a secondary role in Games 4 and 5. Simmons works best this way, as the Sixers cruised past the Nets in just five games. The Sixers take on the Raptors in the second round.

  • Joel Embiid - F/C - Philadelphia Sixers

    Joel Embiid shot 9-for-18 from the field and 3-for-3 from the line for 23 points with 13 rebounds, two assists, one steal and two 3-pointers in just 20 minutes to eliminate the Nets in Game 5 on Tuesday.

    Embiid was a game-time decision with left knee soreness, but he pummeled through for 20 big minutes. The Sixers dominated to a 29-point halftime lead, which led to Embiid and other starters to sit much of the second half. The Sixers will take on the Raptors in the second round of the NBA playoffs.

  • Terrence Ross - G/F - Orlando Magic

    Terrence Ross shot 4-for-11 from the field for 12 points with four boards, one assist, one steal, one block and two 3-pointers in 32 minutes for a 115-96 loss to the Raptors to be eliminated in Game 5 on Tuesday.

    Ross saw ample playing time again as the Raptors were up 20 points at halftime and the Magic needed offense. Ross couldn't get going and the game got out of hand really quick. He was a nice piece for the Magic this season, providing instant offense for much of 2018-19.

  • D.J. Augustin - G - Orlando Magic

    D.J. Augustin shot 4-for-9 from the floor for 15 points with one board, four assists, and four 3-pointers in 26 minutes against the Raptors on Tuesday.

    Augustin hit all of his shots from beyond the arc. He played like a savvy vet during the whole playoff series, but it's unfortunate his team didn't follow suit. The 30-year-old can still ball, but his days are numbered moving forward.

  • Aaron Gordon - F - Orlando Magic

    Aaron Gordon shot 4-for-13 from the field for 11 points with seven boards, one assist and one steal in 25 minutes to fall to the Raptors in Game 5 on Tuesday.

    Gordon had alternated games, doing well then awful, so he kept the pattern strong by doing awful again. The Raptors did an excellent job slowing him down all series. Gordon is a bright young piece for this Magic team which really seems invested in him. He should only get better for dynasty owners moving forward.

  • Jonathan Isaac - F - Orlando Magic

    Jonathan Isaac shot 1-for-7 from the floor for three points with six boards and one 3-pointer in 28 minutes on Tuesday.

    Isaac has been awful over the past two games, totaling three points with just one cash-counter in Games 4 and 5. He was coming along very strong to end the season, but clearly the playoffs have taken things to another level. Isaac will still be fantasy relevant for his defense next season.