Daily Notes for Tuesday: Bench Outlaw
|Time||Visitors||Opp. PPG||Opp. FGP||RPG Diff.||Home||Opp. PPG||Opp. FGP||RPG Diff.|
|2:30 p.m.||Miami Heat||99.0||.453||-2.2|| |
|5:00 p.m.||Phoenix Suns||104.3||.460||-6.0|| |
|Los Angeles Lakers||101.2||.439||+2.9|
|8:00 p.m.||Seattle SuperSonics||105.7||.451||-0.6|| |
|Portland Trail Blazers||96.9||.449||-3.1|
All times are expressed in Eastern Time.
Key: Opp. PPG = Points per game allowed to opponents. Opp. FGP = Field goal percentage allowed to opponents. RPG Diff. = The difference between team's rebounds per game and its opponents' rebounds per game.
Both the Suns (96.3 possessions per game, fifth) and the Lakers (95.8, sixth) like to run, so all Lakers and Suns are strong plays in what should be a high-scoring game. [e] The return of LaMarcus Aldridge from plantar fasciitis has eroded the playing time of Travis Outlaw, who doesn't deserve a start Tuesday.
Jason Williams is the Heat's only point guard on the roster with Chris Quinn out, so expect him to remain a solid play throughout the week. [e] Nick Collison faces the rebounding and defensively deficient Trail Blazers, and with his recent spark in playing time, consider he's a nice forward on Tuesday.
Adam Madison is a fantasy basketball analyst for ESPN.com