• Tyler Johnson contributed 13 points, three triples and a steal while Josh Richardson scored a dozen with two triples and a block.

    Both players are sitting right around the top-150 value mark on the year in 8-cat but of the two Richardson is most likely to break out. Richardson is playing a career high 32.6 minutes a game this year despite shooting poorly all year. If Richardson can approach 44 percent shooting he will climb into the top-100 conversation. Johnson’s value will be tied to the health of the Heat backcourt, while everyone is healthy he will have a tough time improving on his top-150 value.

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