News: The Hawks signed guard Shelvin Mack to a second 10-day contract on Saturday, reports the team's official site.
Analysis: Mack, who has played for three different teams this season, averaged under two points per game over five appearances for Atlanta in his first go-round. He has zero Fantasy value.
News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the Hawks will sign Shelvin Mack to added to their depleted guard position. To make room on the roster, the team waived center Jeremy Tyler Wednesday. Mack last played with the 76ers on two 10-day contracts in February. He most recently played with the Maine Red Claws of the NBA Development League. Mack, who played at Butler, was the 34th overall pick of the Wizards in 2011. He appeared in 64 games with the Wizards as a rookie with 3.6 points and 2.0 assists. He played seven games with the Wizards this season and four games with the 76ers this season.
Analysis: Mack will have minimal Fantasy value with the Hawks barring an injury. Keep an eye on his playing time, but he's not worth owning in the majority of leagues.
News: Philadelphia guard Shelvin Mack is near the expiration of his second 10-day contract and the team is not expected to bring him back, reports Yahoo! Sports Wednesday. Mack would have to be signed for the rest of the season if the Sixers chose to bring him back.
Analysis: Mack didn't get too many minutes in his 12 games with the Sixers. Now that he's not coming back, he officially has no Fantasy value.
News: Apparently pleased with his performance during his first run, the 76ers signed guard Shelvin Mack to a second 10-day contract, NBA.com reports. Mack was added by Philadelphia on Jan. 17 after being released by Washington earlier in the month.
Analysis: Mack has amassed just two points during only two appearances with the 76ers as the team hasn't included him heavily in the rotation. The 22-year-old is averaging just 3.7 points for his career, and should be left untouched in all Fantasy formats for now.
News: The 76ers announced Thursday they signed guard Shelvin Mack to a 10-day contract.
Analysis: Mack was waived by the Wizards prior to the 2012-13 season starting. He then re-signed with Washington Dec. 25 before being waived again Jan. 7. He has been playing in the D-League ever since. Mack will just be bench depth for Washington and can be ignored in Fantasy.
News: Less than three weeks after signing with the club, the Wizards waived guard Shelvin Mack on Monday, the final day before contracts became guaranteed for the remainder of the season. Mack appeared in seven games (two starts) for Washington and averaged 20.1 minutes per game.
Analysis: Mack has now been released twice by the Wizards this season as he has also spent time with the team's affiliate in the NBA Development League. He doesn't possess much upside, averaging just 5.3 points per game in limited playing time. Keep him on waivers in all Fantasy formats.
News: Wizards guard Shelvin Mack returned to court Friday against the Magic after being forced out of Wednesday's game against the Cavaliers with an apparent groin injury. In just his second career start, Mack failed to score in the first half and was benched for Garrett Temple to start the third quarter. He scored four points on 2 of 7 shooting, including 0 of 4 from downtown in a 105-97 victory. He also added two rebounds and an assist in 14 minutes of work.
Analysis: Mack was outscored by Temple in the first half, who came off the bench and scored 11 points in the first half. He could still be having trouble with his groin issue, so we'll continue to monitor that moving forward. At this point, it is uncertain whether head coach randy Wittman will still keep Mack in the starting lineup or ride with Temple, who may have the hot hand. He has only scored 10 points in his first two games since signing with the Wizards and should be viewed as a marginal option in deeper Fantasy formats moving forward.
News: Wizards guard Shelvin Mack is expected to start Friday night against the Magic. Mack suffered a leg injury in his first start against the Cavaliers Wednesday and was forced to leave early. He scored six points on two 3-pointers in his first start.
Analysis: Mack, who signed with the Wizards again Tuesday, has been quickly placed in the starting lineup and will earn some solid playing time. He'll likely need to prove to be a consistent option before Fantasy owners can begin to trust him. He has marginal Fantasy value in the deepest of formats moving forward.
News: Wizards guard Shelvin Mack took the start Wednesday night against the Cavaliers but was forced to leave the game in the fourth quarter after suffering an apparent leg injury. Mack scored six points on two 3-pointers with seven assists and six rebounds before getting hurt in a 87-84 defeat.
Analysis: Mack took the start over Jordan Crawford, who was benched for arriving late to the team's shootaround session prior to the Wednesday's game. At this point, it does not seem like his injury is serious, so we'll continue to keep an eye on his status moving forward. Mack, who was signed Tuesday, may come off the bench, if healthy, come Friday at home against Orlando. Though he earned 29 minutes in the start, we expect his role to decrease a bit once he returns to the lineup. He has marginal Fantasy value in the deepest of formats moving forward.
News: Washington signed guard Shelvin Mack on Tuesday, reports the Washington Post. Apparently, Mack, who was previously cut by the Wizards, is expected to play a significant role this time around.
Analysis: We're not sure what the report means by a significant role for Mack. We don't expect him to see too many minutes. Mack could start playing 10-15 minutes per game, but we doubt he's going to gain relevant Fantasy value.
News: The Wizards cut guard Shelvin Mack and forward Brian Cook Sunday. Mack averaged 4.1 points with 2.8 assists during the preseason.
Analysis: Mack was competing for playing time at point guard with A.J. Price during the preseason but eventually lost out. Continue to ignore him in Fantasy at this point.
News: Wizards G Shelvin Mack has come back down to Earth since scoring a career-high 12 points last Wednesday. He has scored just 17 points in four games since, including a scoreless 10 minutes on Wednesday against New York. Mack missed his sole attempt from the field and added just one assist in the Wizards 107-93 loss.
Analysis: Mack is getting just around 11 minutes per game on the season, and is scoring just 3.5 points per contest as a result. He has shown some flashes as a rookie, but overall isnt worth being on any Fantasy roster right now.
News: Wizards guard Shelvin Mack gave his team some solid minutes on Wednesday night against the Magic. He shot 5 for 11 from the field, going 2 for 5 from downtown, as Washington's bench kept them in this game. Mack finished with a season-high 12 points in the 109-103 loss. He added a steal, two boards and four assists in his 16 minutes of action.
Analysis: Mack has been getting around 15 minutes of court time over his last five outings, but until Wednesday hasn't done much with his playing time. Despite his good game, Fantasy owners shouldn't go picking him up just yet. He holds minimal Fantasy value at this time.
News: Washington guard Shelvin Mack has been getting some run recently, but more often than not it's in mop-up duty. He scored two points on Saturday night against Charlotte, hitting his only shot of the game. Mack added one assist in his 12 minutes of action in the Wizards 102-99 win.
Analysis: Over his last five games Mack is getting around 15 minutes per outing. He's tallying 3.4 points and 1.6 assists per game over that span. Mack has too many guards ahead of him on the depth chart, so he should be left on waivers in the majority of Fantasy leagues.
News: Wizards rookie guard Shelvin Mack scored a career-high nine points on Friday night against the Nuggets, in just 10 minutes of court time. He shot 4 for 6 from the field, going 1 for 2 from beyond the 3-point arc. Mack added two boards, a steal and five assists for the Wizards. Despite his efforts, the Wizards still lost the game, 108-104.
Analysis: Mack has been getting some playing time off the bench for the Wizards, but isn't doing much with his opportunity. Granted he's still adjusting to the NBA, so there is plenty of room to grow. He's averaging 4.0 points, 2.2 assists and 2.0 boards an outing over his last fie games. Fantasy owners can ignore the rookie for now, as his role with the team is too small to warrant much attention.
News: Wizards G Shelvin Mack, the No. 34 overall selection in the 2011 NBA Draft, scored his first NBA points in the Wizards 102-81 loss to the Bucks. He had seven points on three-of-three shooting after missing his first seven field goals in the teams first two games.
Analysis: Mack has been the back up to John Wall this season, so his minutes have been understandably limited. Because of this, he does not have any Fantasy value at this point in his career. He should not be on your radar in any Fantasy format.
News: Wizards second-round pick Shelvin Mack, the No. 34 selection in the 2011 NBA Draft, has reached an agreement with Washington on the first contract of his career. Terms of the deal were not immediately available.
Analysis: Mack will likely back up second-year point guard John Wall, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 Draft. Because of that, it will be extremely tough for Mack to earn playing time, so he is not worth watching come Draft Day.
News: Washington took Shelvin Mack, a 6-foot-3 junior guard from Butler with the 34th pick in the second round of the NBA Draft on Thursday. Mack led Butler to consecutive NCAA championship games. The Bulldogs lost to Duke in 2010's final and Connecticut this year. The junior averaged 16 points last season. Wizards GM Ernie Grunfeld said that Mack will back up Wall at point guard. "He played under the bright lights - the big stage," Grunfeld said.
Analysis: As the No. 2 point guard behind Wall, Mack will have minimal Fantasy value. Ignore him in all leagues on Draft Day.