November 8, 2019, 11:11 pmD'Angelo RussellPG, Golden State Warriors
D'Angelo Russell returned from a two-game absence on Friday and tried to make up for lost time, dropping a career-high 52 points on an absurd 19-of-37 from the field to go with nine rebounds, five assists, three steals, two blocks and seven 3-pointers.
Only three other Warriors had 10 shot attempts, and Russell is going to post monster lines as Golden State's only proven player. It won't always be this good, of course, but fantasy managers could not cook up a situation better for Russell's usage. How he handles the extra defensive attention remains to be seen, but D'Lo is going to get a ton of opportunity to put up gaudy scoring lines this season.