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|11/03/2014||Ty Lawson, PG DEN|
Anthony Bennett, PF MIN
|Goran Dragic, PG PHO|
Larry Sanders, C MIL
|11/03/2014||Derrick Favors, PF UTA||Goran Dragic, PG PHO|
|11/02/2014||Goran Dragic, PG PHO|
Enes Kanter, C UTA
|Gerald Green, SG PHO|
Joakim Noah, C CHI
|Last 10 Games|
Report: Rockets, Lakers could be options for Suns' Dragic in FA
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(11/19/14) Suns guard Goran Dragic appears to be changing his mind about his free-agent plans after the season, according to the Sporting News.
Dragic told a reporter during the FIBA World Cup in September it was his intention to opt out of the final year of his contract this summer and become a free agent, but he would re-sign with Phoenix. However, Dragic will now have an "open" free agency and test the market, league sources told the Sporting News.
One team that could pursue Dragic are the Rockets, sources said. The Rockets are well-stocked at the point-guard position, but nearly all of their point guards, including starter Patrick Beverley, can become free agents next summer. The Lakers could also be an option, according to the report.
Suns G Goran Dragic fills box score in Monday's win
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(11/18/14) Suns guard Goran Dragic produced 22 points, six rebounds, seven assists and two steals to help lead the Suns to a victory Monday at Boston.|
Dragic is averaging 15.6 points and 3.2 assists through 11 games. The Suns next play Wednesday at Detroit.
What does Eric Bledsoe re-signing mean?
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
|(9/24/14) The Suns finally ended their standoff with restricted free agent guard Eric Bledsoe Wednesday, as they brought the 24-year-old back into the fold on a massive five-year contract. That leaves the Suns with a crowded and clowdy backcourt situation, as far as Fantasy owners are concerned.
Bledsoe combined with Goran Dragic to form one of the most productive backcourts in the league, as both players thrived on the stat sheet. Bledsoe averaged a career-high 17.7 points per game, a mark Dragic bested en route to his own career-high of 20.3 points per game.
Part of the reason both players were so productive is the team relied heavily on each for creating and scoring, which lessened the pressure on both. Though the Suns weren't hard up for productive scorers, they lacked off-the-dribble creators beyond those two, a flaw they shored up with the addition of Isaiah Thomas on a three-year deal this offseason. Thomas is, of course, the big loser in this scenario.
Thomas was one of the most productive guards in the league himself a year ago, racking up 20.3 points and 6.3 assists per game while soaking up 26.3 percent of the Kings' possessions in 34.7 minutes per game. He should see all of those numbers fall off drastically this season, making him an extremely risky pickup for Fantasy. He should still find a decent amount of playing time, but it is hard to imagine the diminutive Thomas being a consistent starting Fantasy option if Bledsoe stays healthy. He is more of a handcuff option, if you invest heavily in Bledsoe early.
Gerald Green, who played 36 percent of his minutes at shooting guard last season, will also lose out, following his breakout campaign. He still has value, but is more of a low-end option for category-based formats.
Goran Dragic wins Most Improved Player award
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(4/26/14) Suns guard Goran Dragic was named the 2013-14 Most Improved Player by the NBA on Wednesday. |
Dragic registered career-highs in nearly every relevant category. He appeared in 76 games this season, averaging 20.3 points, 5.9 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game. He shout 50.5 percent from the field and 40.8 percent from three-point range.
Goran Dragic out for finale
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
|(4/15/14) Suns guard Goran Dragic had been fighting through an ankle injury over the last few games, but he will not be on the floor for the season finale against the Kings.
With the Suns' playoff hopes dashed following their last loss, Dragic will not push his ankle in the season finale Wednesday against the Kings, with the Arizona Republic reporting Tuesday he will be out for the finale.
Dragic has been one of the most improved players in the league this season, registering career-highs in nearly every relevant category. Dragic appeared in 76 games this season, averaging 20.3 points, 5.9 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game. He shout 50.5 percent from the field and 40.8 percent from three-point range.
|Finishing just outside the top 10 at guard, Goran Dragic enjoyed a career-year and a breakout campaign for Fantasy. In points leagues he was slightly hindered by the fact that he shared a backcourt with another talented combo guard, but in Rotisserie his 50 percent shooting from the field and 1.6 made threes per game made him an absolute stud. Dwyane Wade was the only guard to shoot more efficiently from the field, and when Eric Bledsoe went down with a knee injury, Dragic went on a 10-week tear during which he averaged 38.1 Fantasy points per game. He was great, but on Draft Day, it might be wise to treat last season as an outlier rather than the new norm. The Suns added backcourt depth with Isaiah Thomas and, assuming Bledsoe is back and healthy, Dragic will likely take a small step back statistically. His Most Improved Player award was well deserved, but the opportunity might not be there for Dragic to live up to last year's numbers. Still, you probably won't get Dragic after the early rounds on Draft Day.
(Updated 8/27/14) |
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