23/24 Mar. 31st Box Score Analysis (10 Games)

Taylor Hendricks/Brice Sensabaugh: This is what the Jazz’s rotation should look like for the next two weeks. Lauri Markkanen has been ruled out for the remainder of the regular season and John Collins is now dealing with back spasms that may or may not be real. Kessler, Hendricks, and Sensabaugh could all play 30+ MPG down the stretch assuming the starting frontcourt does say sidelined. Kessler could be an early-round option for the next two weeks. His per-minute numbers have been about what we expected this year. He’s been a disappointment because of the minutes. Hendricks is an add in 12-team Roto for those in need of a late-season bump in threes, boards, and blocks. Over his last four, the rookie has averaged a solid 10.5 PPG on 44.1 FG%, 2.3 3PG, 6.5 RPG, and 1.0 BPG in 31.2 MPG. I added the Roto qualifier because the Jazz’s schedule makes the entire roster beyond Kessler and Sexton iffy plays this week. Utah is one of just a handful of teams with three games in Week 23 and two of their games come on two busy days. In H2H, I’d look for a player with a better schedule. In an expanded role, Sensabuagh should put up decent numbers in points, threes, and boards. He’s averaged 10.1 PPG, 0.9 3PG, and 5.4 RPG in 27.3 MPG over his eight starts this year. For now, he’s just a deep league piece due to the Jazz’s schedule.

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March 31st Box Score Analysis