December 19, 2017, 1:32 am
Wesley Matthews played 37 minutes and scored 13 points on three triples with seven boards and three steals while Yogi Ferrell played 43 minutes with 13 points, six boards and five assists on Monday in the 91-97 loss to the Suns.
Matthews is who he is, a high volume shooter who hits threes and gets steals. He is a top-125 talent in 8/9-cat leagues on the season and should stay in that range unless Seth Curry returns and knocks him from the starting lineup. Ferrell should be seeing his run of high minutes coming to an end as well given Dennis Smith Jr. is nearing a return any game now. Both players are sell high candidates considering their roles and minutes played will be much smaller at the end of January.