News: Philadelphia released guard Jeremy Pargo on Monday to make room on the roster for Justin Holiday, the older brother of 76ers standout Jrue Holiday. Pargo averaged just 4.9 points and 2.0 assists while playing in just 14 games this season.
Analysis: Pargo's playing time had plummeted this month as he eclipsed 10 minutes only once during March, resulting in a lowly average of 1.8 points per game. Fantasy owners should continue to leave him on waivers even if he latches on with another team.
News: Philadelphia guards Jeremy Pargo and Damien Wilkins came off the bench to tie for the team lead in scoring on Tuesday in a loss to the Magic. Pargo and Wilkins each scored 14 points in the game in less than 30 minutes on the court. Pargo went 5 of 8 from the field over 21 minutes with two 3-pointers and three assists. Wilkins played 29 minutes and shot 6 of 12 from the field with four assists, a steal and a rebound.
Analysis: The 26-year-old Pargo had not scored in double figures in a while before Tuesday's effort. He seldom sees over 20 minutes for the Sixers and rarely puts together efforts like he did against Orlando. He is not a consistent Fantasy option and should only be owned in the absolute deepest of Fantasy formats.
News: The 76ers will sign guard Jeremy Pargo for the remainder of the season, reports Yahoo! Sports Monday. Pargo had been with the Sixers on a 10-day contract, which expired.
Analysis: Pargo has played just three games for Philadelphia and has scored in double figures in two of them. He's played well for the 76ers but it still isn't enough to make him an option in most Fantasy formats.
News: Philadelphia guard Jeremy Pargo saw 24 minutes on the floor Monday during a blowout home loss to the Clippers. The PG shot 4 of 12 from the field but hit a 3-pointer to score 10 points and lead the team's bench. He grabbed one rebound and produced little else on the stat sheet.
Analysis: Pargo played just his second game for the 76ers after coming over from Cleveland. He's scored in double figures in each game and has gone 8 for 21 from the field. Pargo will continue to give Philadelphia a decent boost, but we doubt he's going to become relevant for Fantasy owners outside the deepest of formats.
News: The 76ers announced Thursday they signed guard Jeremy Pargo to a 10-day contract.
Analysis: Pargo saw significant playing time early this season for the Cavs, but once his playing time started to dwindle, he became expendable. He will be just roster depth for the 76ers and can be ignored in Fantasy.
News: The Cavaliers released guard Jeremy Pargo on Tuesday in order to create a roster spot following their four-player trade with the Grizzlies, ESPN reports. Cleveland, which already had two vacant slots, acquired forward Marreese Speights and guards Josh Selby and Wayne Ellington from Memphis in exchange for forward Jon Leuer. The seldom-used Pargo had played just six minutes over the past five games for the Cavaliers.
Analysis: After averaging a quality 24.8 minutes per game during the first month of the season, Pargo's playing time plummeted the past two months as Cleveland doesn't sway much from Kyrie Irving. He was averaging 7.8 points and 2.6 assists per game, but had not topped double-digits in points since Dec. 8 against Detroit. Fantasy owners should keep tabs on his status as he could land in a favorable spot for more playing time.
News: Cavaliers guard Jeremy Pargo saw just five minutes on Sunday in a loss to the Lakers. That said, Pargo played extremely well as he went 4 of 5 from the field to score eight points. He added two assists for Cleveland in the losing effort. Pargo had been an inactive the game prior.
Analysis: Pargo has only played in three of the team's last five games and he's averaging just eight minutes per night over that span. He's put up minimal statistics all season and we doubt that will change because of five minutes of hot shooting late in Sunday's game. Pargo has low-end Fantasy value in all leagues.
News: Cavaliers guard Jeremy Pargo was some rare court time during Cleveland's contest against the Hawks Wednesday night. Pargo, who has logged a total of 53 minutes since Dec. 19, saw the floor for 14 minutes in the 99-83 win. He made two of his five field-goal attempts and added three assists and one steal to his stat line.
Analysis: Pargo averaged a very impressive 14.5 points and 4.4 assists while filling in over 11 games for Kyrie Irving as a starter, but has since spent most of his time on the bench. Newly signed Shaun Livingston has been seeing most of the minutes as Irving's backup over the past few weeks, which has left Pargo as the forgotten man on the bench. Unless he somehow becomes a regular in coach Byron Scott's rotation again, Pargo won't be worth owning in most formats.
News: With Kyrie Irving now back in the starting lineup, it appears Cavaliers guard Jeremy Pargo's run may be coming to an end. Pargo came off the bench for the first time in 11 games during Tuesday's contest against the Lakers, failed to score in the 100-94 win. He missed on all three of his field-goal attempts and added one rebound, assist and block to his stat line while logging just 10 minutes of game action.
Analysis: Pargo started 11 games for the Cavs in Irving's absence and posted a solid 14.5 points and 4.4 assists on 40 percent shooting from the field over that stretch. However, he will now move back to the bench with Irving healthy, which means he likely won't even come close to sniffing the 30 minutes he averaged as a starter. While Pargo may be worth holding onto based on Irving's injury history, his run as a start in most Fantasy leagues is now over. Leave the 26-year-old reserved for the time being.
News: After a couple of subpar performances, Cavaliers guard Jeremy Pargo bounced right back Saturday against the Pistons. He scored 24 points in just 28 minutes in the game, shooting 10 of 18 from the field in a 104-97 loss. He added four assists and turned the ball over just once, while grabbing two rebounds.
Analysis: Since taking over as the starting point guard for the Cavaliers Nov. 21, Pargo has scored in double figures in six of 10 games. He is averaging 14.4 points per game, and it will be interesting to see whether he is going to remain in the rotation with Kyrie Irvin likely on his way back. Pargo might return to the bench during Week 7 (Dec. 10-16), so Fantasy owners might want to avoid taking the risk on him outside of deeper formats.
News: After averaging just 12 points in the previous four contests, Cavaliers guard Jeremy Pargo got back in track Friday night against the Hawks. He finished with 22 points and two assists in the 113-111 win. He went 9 for 13 from the floor, including 2 for 4 from downtown, and made both of his free throws. Pargo also chipped in with two steals and a rebound while playing 31 minutes.
Analysis: Pargo has generated some buzz in Fantasy after taking over the starting point guard job in Cleveland and has scored in the 20s twice since Kyrie Irving went down. Owners should keep an eye on Irving's status going forward, however, to see when Pargo's run will end. In the meantime, Pargo can be utilized in deeper Fantasy formats.
News: Cavaliers guard Jeremy Pargo showed he can play in this league during Wednesday's contest against the 76ers. Pargo, who made his first start in place of the injured Kyrie Irving, finished with a career-high 28 points on 11 of 19 shooting from the field. He went 4 of 8 from behind the arc and also added five rebounds, four assists and one steal to his stat line, while logging 39 minutes of game action. "Those are some big shoes to fill," he said. "I wanted to come out aggressive, play within myself and do whatever it took to win the game. You don't want to come out and force things."
Analysis: Pargo had been only used in mop-up duty thus far, but was given the starting nod Wednesday night. The 26-year-old proved to be more than up for the task and is expected to continue to run the point for Cleveland until Irving returns. While it seems highly unlikely Pargo will out up numbers like this most nights, there is no doubt he will be in line for a huge boost in production as the team's starting one-guard. Fantasy owners looking for some help at the guard position may want to think about taking a flier on Pargo.
News: Cleveland point guard Jeremy Pargo has ascended into the starting lineup with Kyrie Irving out for an extended period of time, reports the Akron Beacon-Journal Wednesday. Pargo got the start against Philadelphia Wednesday.
Analysis: The 26-year-old product of Gonzaga and brother of Jannero has averaged under eight minutes per game this season entering Wednesday. He has no real Fantasy value right now but if he works out as a starter that will change.
News: The Cavaliers and Grizzlies agreed to a trade Wednesday that sent guard Jeremy Pargo and a second-round pick to Cleveland in exchange for guard D.J. Kennedy.
Analysis: Pargo has a $1.25 million qualifying offer for this season, so the Grizzlies are likely viewing this as a pure salary dump. As a rookie Pargo appeared in 44 games, averaging just 2.9 points per game. He is likely to provide the Cavaliers with just backcourt depth, and is not worth targeting in any Fantasy formats on Draft Day.
News: Grizzlies G Jeremy Pargo was not much of a factor during Monday night's contest against the spurs. Pargo finished with just five points in the 89-84 loss, on 2 of 5 shooting from the field. He also added one assist and one rebound to his stat line, while logging 10 minutes off the bench.
Analysis: Pargo continues to serve primarily as a backup point guard in Memphis and usually doesn't see much of the floor. Unless he sees a major increase in production and minutes, owners should leave him on the waiver wire in all formats.
News: Grizzlies G Jeremy Pargo, who started three games earlier this season when Mike Conley went down with an ankle injury, has been relegated back to reserve duty in recent games, coming off the bench for 10 minutes in the Grizzlies' 90-82 loss to the Lakers on Sunday. He attempted one shot in the game, a three-pointer, which his missed, leaving him with no points and three assists in the game.
Analysis: Pargo is averaging 19.5 points per game as a rookie after spending the last two years playing in Israel. He is averaging 5.9 points and 3.1 assists per game, and will only be an interesting Fantasy candidate if Conley suffers another injury. At this point, he should not be on any Fantasy roster, however.
News: While the Grizzlies await further information on G Mike Conleys ankle injury, Jeremy Pargo gave them hope Wednesday that they may be able to stay afloat if hes gone for long. Pargo, playing in just his second-career NBA game, scored 15 points and added seven assists with just one turnover in 37 minutes off the bench as the Grizzlies lost 98-95 to the Thunder. Pargo shot six-of-13 from the field and made three-of-four from the charity stripe as he attempted to bring the Grizzlies back late.
Analysis: Pargo played his college ball at Gonzaga and spent the last two years playing professionally in Israel, however he signed with the Grizzlies in the offseason and now has a chance to get extended playing time in the NBA right away. Youll need to keep an eye on Conleys situation, but the injury definitely didnt look good at the time. We should know more about Conley by tomorrow, but if the news is bad, Fantasy owners might want to take a chance on Pargo given how much playing time he get with Conley out.