March 3, 2017, 10:58 am
Jeff Hornacek said that with Willy Hernangomez (ankle) and Joakim Noah (knee) both out, Marshall Plumlee could get some minutes to help with Jahlil Okafor.
Okafor erupted for 28 points against the Knicks’ frontcourt tandem of Kyle O’Quinn and Hernangomez on February 25th so why not give Plumlee a chance to guard him? Plumlee has only appeared in nine games this year for a total of 65 minutes so he is impossible to trust in any setting. O’Quinn has put up top-100 value in standard leagues over the last three months in only 16.7 minutes and makes him a intriguing DFS play based on the hope that he can get some extra playing time.