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  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell started in Monday's Game 4 against the Blazers and scored seven points on 3-of-5 shooting with two assists and a steal.

    Bell drew his first career playoff start after Damian Jones (DNP-CD) looked overwhelmed in his Game 3 start, but ceded the closing minutes to Kevon Looney (29 minutes, 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting with 14 rebounds, a steal and a block) who played the best out of all the Warriors' centers. Looney's timing and offensive rebounding have been huge for Golden State and his ability to switch on to perimeter players has also been a huge reason as to why he sees the floor more than the other bigs.

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell will start at center in Monday's Game 4 for the Warriors.

    Bell has played between 11 and 15 minutes in the three conference finals games, and he's unlikely to play too much more than that tonight. Look for Kevon Looney to continue to get more minutes than Bell tonight.

    Source: Anthony Slater on Twitter

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Steve Kerr is hoping to expand his rotation against the Blazers.

    The Warriors were forced to tighten things up against Houston, but they should be able to get more players involved against Portland. In Game 1 we saw Jonas Jerebko, Quinn Cook and Jordan Bell play legitimate minutes, so those look to be the next men up. It's unlikely that Kerr can push the rotation to 11 or 12 deep, but there might be some opportunity here for DFS players if the Warriors can keep winning comfortably.

    Source: The Athletic

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell started for Draymond Green (knee) in Wednesday's season finale and posted a solid line with 15 points on 6-of-9 shooting, adding eight rebounds, one assist and one block.

    Bell finishes the season 365/347 8/9-cat per-game value and 289/280 8/9-cat total value over the 68 games he played. Bell was one of the more disappointing flier picks this season, considering he had high pre-draft expectations pegged on him as the listed starting center for the Warriors while DeMarcus Cousins was still recovering from his torn Achilles. He was outplayed in multiple spots by both Kevon Looney and Damian Jones but found himself able to produce deep-league worthy games which sadly came few and far between. He simply was not ready to take his game to the next level and was a quick drop early in the season.

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell will miss Wednedaday's game against the Grizzlies as the Warriors have suspended Bell one game for conduct detrimental to the team.

    This is a disappointing development for Bell, who is really buried in the rotation now with DeMarcus Cousins and Andrew Bogut around. Bell has upside, but until he finds consistent minutes on a team that will play him, he can continue to be ignored in fantasy.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell played 16 minutes in Saturday's road win over the Sixers, chipping in three points, three rebounds and a pair of blocks.

    It's been a disappointing season for Bell where he hasn't taken the next step that was expected of him, but tonight's defensive output reminds you that he is a high-upside fantasy player down the line. The fact that so many circumstances had to be in place — Kevon Looney out, the Sixers going extremely small — for him to post even a modest line like this reminds you that he's a non-factor this season.

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell (illness) will play Wednesday vs. the Heat.

    With DeMarcus Cousins (rest) being ruled out for tonight, Bell can expect to see a few extra backup C minutes.

    Source: Barry Jackson on Twitter

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell (illness) is probable for Wednesday's matchup with the Heat.

    Bell missed Monday's game and it didn't really affect Golden State's rotation in a meaningful way. He's a fantastic per-minute producer but will need an injury (or rest days) to make an impact in most formats from here on out.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell (illness) has been ruled out for Monday's game vs. the Hornets.

    Bell was getting some extra time with Draymond Green sidelined but Green looks to be ready to step back into the lineup. Bell is the 135th-ranked player over the past two weeks in only 16.8 minutes. However, there are much more attractive adds out there and he should be left on the wire.

    Source: NBA

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell stuffed the stat sheet in a start on Monday with eight points, five boards, four dimes, a steal and a block.

    Bell got the nod to start because of Draymond Green (rest) sitting this one out and he did a lot of damage in only 19 minutes of action. The Warriors blew the Pacers out of the water in this one so there wasn't much need for him to play much as Coach Kerr had every active player log at least seven minutes tonight. Bell is a waiver-wire guy unless something happens to Draymond Green and even then Kevon Looney (15 points on 6-of-7 shooting with fivev boards, two assists, a steal and a block) might be the more attractive add.

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell will start for Draymond Green (rest) in Monday's matchup with the Pacers.

    It's a bit of a surprise since Bell isn't usually a rotation player, but promoting him from the DNP-CD ranks will force the least reshuffling if Steve Kerr wants to play it that way. Kevon Looney and Jonas Jerebko still figure to play more but Bell's on the table as a DFS option tonight given his history of per-minute production.

    Source: Nick Friedell on Twitter

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell scored 10 points on 5-of-5 shooting with six rebounds, two assists and three blocks in 16 minutes off the bench in Monday's win over the Suns.

    The fact that this is Bell's best performance of the season pretty much sums things up. Even if he were theoretically on the upswing, the return of DeMarcus Cousins will kill any upside and owners can watch this action from the wire.

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell played 19 minutes on Monday night, producing six points, six rebounds, three assists, a steal and a block.

    Bell will have a chance at 20 mpg with Golden State's injuries up front, and he might not need much more than that to give fantasy players a short burst of standard-league value. The main attraction is his per-minute ability to deliver steals and blocks, though you're basically rolling the dice with an add in 12-14-team formats right now given his resume of inconsistency this season. There are worse fliers to take given Bell's upside but he hasn't done much to gain any traction this year.

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Jordan Bell scored two points with two rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block in 13 minutes off the bench in Saturday's win over the Kings.

    Bell didn't have the breakout game he would have needed to become a mainstream add in 12-14 team formats, but he did post an active line and hold the rope in his battle to regain fantasy value. The Warriors went with Damian Jones (13 points, six boards, 21 minutes) because of his extra length vs. Willie Cauley-Stein and Marvin Bagley, and until Bell can really hit the accelerator consistency is going to be an issue. He's a luxury stash at best right now.

  • Jordan Bell - F - Golden State Warriors

    Steve Kerr said Jordan Bell "will play more" on Saturday night.

    Bell finally had his breakout game that everyone was waiting for. He seems to be back in shape and in for more minutes going forward. He could be a steal if you were fortunate to pick him up after last night's performance.

    Source: Mark Medina on Twitter