November 13, 2017, 1:40 pm
Dieng sat out Saturday’s game, which allowed Taj Gibson to get loose for a 16 & 11 double-double. He’d be worth using as a low-end big for as long as Dieng is out. Dieng, on the other hand, is firmly in the drop zone after being buried in a bench role under coach Thibs. He’s averaging only 15.8 minutes per game this season and has career-low steal and block rates, though his per minute scoring and rebounding numbers represent career-bests. A hold is recommended if you can afford to be patient, but he’s currently outside the top-200 so feel free to make a move if you need immediate production.