In their second game of Week 15, the Miami Heat claimed yet another dominant win in front of their home crowd. The Miami Heat’s starters led the way against the Clippers on Friday evening and contributed excellent fantasy performances as a result.
Connecting on seven triples along the way, Vincent dropped 29.3 fantasy points and finished second on the team in total fantasy value.
The starters led the way for the Miami Heat against the Clippers on Friday evening and contributed excellent fantasy performances as a result.
On 16/16 free throw shooting, Butler collected 26 points, six rebounds, nine assists, three steals, and one block. That is some ridiculous overall value for a player that should be making his way to the All-Star Game in Cleveland in mid-February.
Bam Adebayo had a 2o and 12 double-double on his way to 40.4 fantasy points. Adebayo is providing elite value with Lowry sidelined.
P. J. Tucker brought the heat once again on the offensive end, pun intended. Scoring another 18 points, Tucker’s reignition on the offensive side of the court has been unfathomable over the past few games.
On a night when the second unit wasn’t getting the job done, the starters did what they had to do in order to secure a much-needed win against the depleted Clippers.
On nights when the starters are firing on all cylinders, it makes all of them appear must-roster in fantasy. Unfortunately, a game like this is a rarity and not the norm.
The Miami Heat are back in front of the FTX Arena faithful on Saturday night against the Toronto Raptors for their last home game of the month. If the starters cash in another dominant performance, make sure none of them are on the waiver wire heading into Week 16.