November 23, 2017, 1:20 am
Terrence Ross had it going on Wednesday, shooting 8-of-14 from the field on his way to 22 points, three triples and six rebounds in 34 minutes of action.
Ross has been a disappointment to this point in the season but is still just inside the top-150. Considering the career .420 shooter is still only hitting at a .389 clip, more productive nights should be coming soon. That goes double from behind the arc, where this season’s .324 mark sits well below the .372 number he’s accrued throughout his career. This was a season-high in minutes from Ross, who may be turning the corner. He’s got top-100 upside if everything breaks right but should get back into the top-120 on regression alone, so consider scooping him up if you need some scoring punch.