April 27, 2017, 7:45 pm
Tony Snell played 31 minutes on Thursday but hit just one of his four attempts to finish with two points, two rebounds, two assists, a steal and a block.
It’s really surprising to see that Snell played 31 minutes – he was largely invisible tonight. The usual Raptor-killer’s shot finally dried up, and his presence on the floor gave Toronto a place to hide DeMar DeRozan on defense. All in all, Snell had a positive year in Milwaukee and even played his way into low-end fantasy value this season. We’ll see what changes the offseason brings, but don’t view him as a viable fantasy play headed into next year.