January 7, 2017, 8:00 pm
Marcus Smart delivered an efficient 22 points, six assists, five rebounds, two steals and a block on (7-of-10) from the field and (5-of-7) from range against the Pelicans on Saturday.
Smart stepped into a starting role in place of Avery Bradley (achilles) and put up his best line of the season and over the last seven games he has been producing at a top-50 level. The young guard may be worth a flier pickup as the Celtics could opt to be overly cautious with Bradley considering the nature of the injury. However, once Bradley returns it will be tough for Smart to have enough value outside leagues of 12 or more.