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YESTERDAY'S PERFECT LINEUP

Tue 4/25/17
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PG R. Westbrook OKC $14,700 SALARY 4.5x VALUE 66.7 FP
PG M. Conley MEM $8,500 SALARY 5.3x VALUE 45.4 FP
SF G. Hayward UTAH $7,700 SALARY 5.9x VALUE 45.6 FP
PF L. Aldridge SA $7,000 SALARY 4.0x VALUE 28.3 FP
SF J. Johnson UTAH $5,700 SALARY 5.1x VALUE 29.1 FP
C S. Adams OKC $5,300 SALARY 5.7x VALUE 30.3 FP
SG R. Hood UTAH $3,900 SALARY 6.4x VALUE 25.0 FP
SG J. Redick LAC $3,400 SALARY 8.9x VALUE 30.1 FP
PF D. Lee SA $3,200 SALARY 7.5x VALUE 24.1 FP
      $59,400 TOTAL
SALARY
  324.6 TOTAL
FP
PG R. Westbrook OKC $14,200 SALARY 5.3x VALUE 74.8 FP
PG M. Conley MEM $8,000 SALARY 5.9x VALUE 47.5 FP
SF/PF G. Hayward UTAH $7,400 SALARY 6.6x VALUE 48.5 FP
SG/SF J. Johnson UTAH $5,500 SALARY 5.6x VALUE 31.0 FP
C C. Capela HOU $4,600 SALARY 6.3x VALUE 28.8 FP
SG J. Redick LAC $3,900 SALARY 8.3x VALUE 32.3 FP
PF/C D. Lee SA $3,500 SALARY 7.0x VALUE 24.5 FP
SG M. Ginobili SA $2,900 SALARY 8.6x VALUE 25.0 FP
      $50,000 TOTAL
SALARY
  312.3 TOTAL
FP
PG R. Westbrook OKC $66 SALARY 1.1x VALUE 69.2 FP
SF G. Hayward UTAH $37 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 47.6 FP
PG M. Conley MEM $36 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 46.4 FP
SF J. Johnson UTAH $15 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 30.1 FP
C S. Adams OKC $13 SALARY 2.3x VALUE 30.3 FP
SG R. Hood UTAH $11 SALARY 2.5x VALUE 27.0 FP
PG P. Mills SA $10 SALARY 2.6x VALUE 26.4 FP
PF D. Lee SA $10 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 24.1 FP
      $198 TOTAL
SALARY
  301.1 TOTAL
FP

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Bradley Beal posts 27 points to put Wizards in reach of series win

Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal had 27 points on 11-of-22 shooting, five rebounds, three steals, three blocks, one assist and one steal in 41 minutes on Wednesday.

What It Means:

The Hawks haven't had any answers for Beal. Wizards coach Scott Brooks said afterward, "I think [Beal] is one of the best two-way players in the league," and among shooting guards it's hard to disagree. Wall added 20 points and 14 assists, and the Wizards' star backcourt has them one game away from advancing to the second round.

Beal's 16.89 nERD was just third on the team tonight, per numberFire Live.

Dennis Schroder double-doubles in Hawks' Game 5 loss

Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder posted his first double-double of the playoffs on Wednesday with 29 points, 11 assists and two steals, making 10-of-18 field goals and 4-of-5 free throws.

What It Means:

Schroder put the icing on this one by making 5-of-6 from downtown, and he committed just one turnover tonight, compared to his regular-season average of 3.3 per game. "All year we’ve expected so much of Dennis and he may have tried to do too much on occasion," coach Mike Budenholzer said. "Right now he’s being very aggressive, getting people involved, moving the ball, making good decisions." Expect more of the same in a must-win Game 6 on Friday.

Schroder's 38.71 nERD in the game led the Hawks' charge in the loss.

Jamal Murray to have multiple surgeries in Nuggets' offseason

Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray will have surgery for a couple of different injuries, general manager Tim Connelly said.

What It Means:

Presumably, one of those injuries is going to be his sports hernia he played through for most of his rookie season. One can pretty safely assume these surgeries won't affect him in a couple months.

Even with injuries, Murray busted out in a big way at the end of the season. He averaged 15.1 points, 3.6 boards, 5.0 assists, 1.3 steals, and 1.6 three-pointers on 44.9 percent from the field and perfect free throw shooting in April.

Mason Plumlee intended to be part of Nuggets' core

Denver Nuggets forward/center Mason Plumlee "is going to be a huge piece of our core," general manager Tim Connelly said.

What It Means:

Connelly said he's still happy with the Jusuf Nurkic and Plumlee deal, which is part of the reason the Nuggets didn't make the playoffs. He'll be backing up Nikola Jokic next year, especially after the Jokic-Plumlee lineups refused to work late in the season.

Plumlee's 2.8 nERD was a shocking 74th in the league last year.

Nuggets' top priority is retaining Danilo Gallinari

The Denver Nuggets' top priority is to bring back small forward Danilo Gallinari for next season, general manager Tim Connelly said.

What It Means:

"You never know how the market is going to progress," Connelly said. He also mentioned that the Nuggets need to add more perimeter defense. Gallinari cleared the 60-game mark for just the second time since joining the Nuggets in 2011-12, so it makes sense for him to decline his $16.1 million player option and hit the market at age 28. Plus, forward Juan Hernangomez probably deserves more minutes.

Gallo's 6.1 nERD this year was actually tied for 29th-best in the NBA.

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Bradley Beal posts 27 points to put Wizards in reach of series win

Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal had 27 points on 11-of-22 shooting, five rebounds, three steals, three blocks, one assist and one steal in 41 minutes on Wednesday.

What It Means:

The Hawks haven't had any answers for Beal. Wizards coach Scott Brooks said afterward, "I think [Beal] is one of the best two-way players in the league," and among shooting guards it's hard to disagree. Wall added 20 points and 14 assists, and the Wizards' star backcourt has them one game away from advancing to the second round.

Beal's 16.89 nERD was just third on the team tonight, per numberFire Live.

Dennis Schroder double-doubles in Hawks' Game 5 loss

Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder posted his first double-double of the playoffs on Wednesday with 29 points, 11 assists and two steals, making 10-of-18 field goals and 4-of-5 free throws.

What It Means:

Schroder put the icing on this one by making 5-of-6 from downtown, and he committed just one turnover tonight, compared to his regular-season average of 3.3 per game. "All year we’ve expected so much of Dennis and he may have tried to do too much on occasion," coach Mike Budenholzer said. "Right now he’s being very aggressive, getting people involved, moving the ball, making good decisions." Expect more of the same in a must-win Game 6 on Friday.

Schroder's 38.71 nERD in the game led the Hawks' charge in the loss.

Jamal Murray to have multiple surgeries in Nuggets' offseason

Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray will have surgery for a couple of different injuries, general manager Tim Connelly said.

What It Means:

Presumably, one of those injuries is going to be his sports hernia he played through for most of his rookie season. One can pretty safely assume these surgeries won't affect him in a couple months.

Even with injuries, Murray busted out in a big way at the end of the season. He averaged 15.1 points, 3.6 boards, 5.0 assists, 1.3 steals, and 1.6 three-pointers on 44.9 percent from the field and perfect free throw shooting in April.

Mason Plumlee intended to be part of Nuggets' core

Denver Nuggets forward/center Mason Plumlee "is going to be a huge piece of our core," general manager Tim Connelly said.

What It Means:

Connelly said he's still happy with the Jusuf Nurkic and Plumlee deal, which is part of the reason the Nuggets didn't make the playoffs. He'll be backing up Nikola Jokic next year, especially after the Jokic-Plumlee lineups refused to work late in the season.

Plumlee's 2.8 nERD was a shocking 74th in the league last year.

Nuggets' top priority is retaining Danilo Gallinari

The Denver Nuggets' top priority is to bring back small forward Danilo Gallinari for next season, general manager Tim Connelly said.

What It Means:

"You never know how the market is going to progress," Connelly said. He also mentioned that the Nuggets need to add more perimeter defense. Gallinari cleared the 60-game mark for just the second time since joining the Nuggets in 2011-12, so it makes sense for him to decline his $16.1 million player option and hit the market at age 28. Plus, forward Juan Hernangomez probably deserves more minutes.

Gallo's 6.1 nERD this year was actually tied for 29th-best in the NBA.

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Bradley Beal posts 27 points to put Wizards in reach of series win

Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal had 27 points on 11-of-22 shooting, five rebounds, three steals, three blocks, one assist and one steal in 41 minutes on Wednesday.

What It Means:

The Hawks haven't had any answers for Beal. Wizards coach Scott Brooks said afterward, "I think [Beal] is one of the best two-way players in the league," and among shooting guards it's hard to disagree. Wall added 20 points and 14 assists, and the Wizards' star backcourt has them one game away from advancing to the second round.

Beal's 16.89 nERD was just third on the team tonight, per numberFire Live.

Dennis Schroder double-doubles in Hawks' Game 5 loss

Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder posted his first double-double of the playoffs on Wednesday with 29 points, 11 assists and two steals, making 10-of-18 field goals and 4-of-5 free throws.

What It Means:

Schroder put the icing on this one by making 5-of-6 from downtown, and he committed just one turnover tonight, compared to his regular-season average of 3.3 per game. "All year we’ve expected so much of Dennis and he may have tried to do too much on occasion," coach Mike Budenholzer said. "Right now he’s being very aggressive, getting people involved, moving the ball, making good decisions." Expect more of the same in a must-win Game 6 on Friday.

Schroder's 38.71 nERD in the game led the Hawks' charge in the loss.

Jamal Murray to have multiple surgeries in Nuggets' offseason

Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray will have surgery for a couple of different injuries, general manager Tim Connelly said.

What It Means:

Presumably, one of those injuries is going to be his sports hernia he played through for most of his rookie season. One can pretty safely assume these surgeries won't affect him in a couple months.

Even with injuries, Murray busted out in a big way at the end of the season. He averaged 15.1 points, 3.6 boards, 5.0 assists, 1.3 steals, and 1.6 three-pointers on 44.9 percent from the field and perfect free throw shooting in April.

Mason Plumlee intended to be part of Nuggets' core

Denver Nuggets forward/center Mason Plumlee "is going to be a huge piece of our core," general manager Tim Connelly said.

What It Means:

Connelly said he's still happy with the Jusuf Nurkic and Plumlee deal, which is part of the reason the Nuggets didn't make the playoffs. He'll be backing up Nikola Jokic next year, especially after the Jokic-Plumlee lineups refused to work late in the season.

Plumlee's 2.8 nERD was a shocking 74th in the league last year.

Nuggets' top priority is retaining Danilo Gallinari

The Denver Nuggets' top priority is to bring back small forward Danilo Gallinari for next season, general manager Tim Connelly said.

What It Means:

"You never know how the market is going to progress," Connelly said. He also mentioned that the Nuggets need to add more perimeter defense. Gallinari cleared the 60-game mark for just the second time since joining the Nuggets in 2011-12, so it makes sense for him to decline his $16.1 million player option and hit the market at age 28. Plus, forward Juan Hernangomez probably deserves more minutes.

Gallo's 6.1 nERD this year was actually tied for 29th-best in the NBA.

Sorry, there are no more blurbs for this feed.