Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Minutes Per Game
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Rebounds Per Game
Blocks Per Game
Steals Per Game
2023 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2022 3587.8 15.3 4.5 0.9 1.2 0.4 0.4
2021 121516.4 27.8 10.1 1.7 2.6 0.5 0.8
3y Avg. 96115 25.8 8.9 1.5 2.6 0.5 0.8
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  • Nuggets' Justin Holiday: Will join reigning champs

    Holiday and the Nuggets agreed Sunday on a one-year deal, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Holiday gives Denver another floor spacer that can thrive playing with Jamal Murray and Nikola Jokic. He shot just 32.2 percent from three last season, but he's at 36.3 percent for his career. The Nuggets were able to retain a majority of their rotational pieces from the championship run, but they did lose Bruce Brown and Jeff Green, who combined to average 48 minutes per game last year. Holiday should be able to claim a few of those minutes, but his playing time will likely depend on how big of a role Christian Braun can carve out in Year 2.
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  • Mavericks' Justin Holiday: Posts solid line off bench

    Holiday provided 11 points (5-11 FG, 1-6 3Pt, 0-1 FT), six rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block across 26 minutes during Friday's 115-112 loss to the Bulls. Holiday was one of six players to score in double figures for the Mavericks on a night in which five key rotation players sat out for rest purposes or injury management, while Luka Doncic was limited to just 13 minutes. With Dallas eliminated from the postseason, expect all five players plus Doncic to remain sidelined for Sunday's game against the Spurs, potentially paving the way for Holiday to take on elevated playing time and increased usage on the offensive end.
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  • Mavericks' Justin Holiday: Limited during Monday's win

    Holiday ended with four points (1-2 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT) and two rebounds in nine minutes during Monday's 127-104 victory over the Pacers. Even with Maxi Kleber (hamstring) sidelined, Holiday was unable to make a significant impact. He's scored in double figures during just one of his 12 March appearances, averaging 3.3 points in 14.7 minutes during that stretch.
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  • Mavericks' Justin Holiday: Contributes across board

    Holiday chipped in 11 points (4-9 FG, 3-7 3Pt), two rebounds, two assists, three blocks and two steals across 31 minutes during Tuesday's 120-116 win over the Jazz. Holiday scored in double figures for the first time since Feb. 23, and he also made an impact with his effort on defense. He tied his season high in both blocks and steals and has now notched a pair of steals in back-to-back matchups. Holiday logged a season-high 31 minutes Tuesday evening, so it'll be worth keeping an eye on his workload going forward, especially if he continues to put up numbers on the defensive end.
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  • Mavericks' Justin Holiday: Starting Sunday

    Holiday will start Sunday's matchup against the Lakers, Ryan Ward of reports. Holiday was lights out from three during his Dallas debut and will slide into the starting lineup for his second game with his new squad, pushing Josh Green to the bench. Holiday's ability to space the floor should open up more space for Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving to operate.
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  • Mavericks' Justin Holiday: Lights out in Dallas debut

    Holiday supplied 15 points (5-7 FG, 5-6 3Pt), two rebounds and two steals in 21 minutes during Thursday's 142-116 victory over San Antonio. Holiday joined Dallas ahead of the All-Star festivities and was deemed available for the final contest before the break but ultimately didn't see any minutes, making Thursday's appearance his first as a Maverick. The sharpshooter certainly took advantage of Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving's playmaking prowess and knocked down a quintet of open triples, marking a season high. Holiday's fit in Dallas' scheme is evident, and he should continue to garner a decent role off the bench, though fantasy managers likely can't rely on such an efficient shooting performance on a nightly basis.
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  • Mavericks' Justin Holiday: Available Wednesday

    Coach Jason Kidd said he plans to get Holiday "some minutes" against the Nuggets on Wednesday, Brad Townsend of The Dallas Morning News reports. Holiday signed with the Mavericks after getting bought out following a trade that sent him from Atlanta to Houston. His contract was made official Wednesday afternoon, and it appears he will immediately join the Mavericks' rotation. Although it's unclear how large of a role Holiday will garner, he certainly stands to benefit from the absence of Kyrie Irving (back) and Tim Hardaway (hamstring).
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  • Mavericks' Justin Holiday: Officially joins Mavericks

    The Mavericks signed Holiday on Wednesday. Holiday was traded from the Hawks to the Rockets, where he agreed to a buyout. Now that he has officially joined Dallas, he will likely compete for a bench role at the guard and forward positions. He is averaging 4.5 points and 0.9 assists in 14.7 minutes across 28 games this season.
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  • Justin Holiday: Reaches buyout, headed to Dallas

    Holiday and the Rockets agreed to a buyout Monday, and he plans to sign with the Mavericks when he clears waivers, Brian Windhorst of reports. Holiday was traded by Atlanta to Houston ahead of the deadline, but he's followed in Danny Green's footsteps by negotiating his way to free agency. The sharpshooter wants to stay in Texas and is expected to sign with Dallas, where he'll presumably compete for a bench role. His three-point prowess should make him a quality option to space the floor for Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving, especially while Maxi Kleber (hamstring) and Davis Bertans (calf) are sidelined. However, Holiday presumably won't garner a large enough role for the Mavericks to crack fantasy relevancy in standard leagues.
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  • Rockets' Justin Holiday: Available Friday

    Holiday is available for Friday's game against Miami. Holiday has been cleared to make his team debut a day after being traded from Atlanta to Houston. He wasn't part of the Hawks' rotation before he was dealt and is unlikely to hold a significant role with the Rockets, though he'll have a clearer path to gaining a role on the second unit with his new squad.
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  • Rockets' Justin Holiday: Traded to Houston

    Holiday and Frank Kaminsky were traded from the Hawks to the Rockets on Thursday in exchange for Garrison Mathews and Bruno Fernando, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Holiday hasn't been part of the Hawks' rotation recently, but he'll get a change of scenery for the final few months of the 2022-23 campaign. Although he consistently saw double-digit minutes off the bench for Atlanta earlier this year, he'll likely struggle to find much playing time in Houston since the team will likely prioritize the development of Jabari Smith and Alperen Sengun down the stretch.
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  • Hawks' Justin Holiday: Gets 24 minutes Wednesday

    Holiday (COVID-19 protocols) finished with five points (2-7 FG, 1-3 3Pt), one rebound, one steal and one block across 24 minutes in Wednesday's 113-89 loss to the Knicks. Holiday cleared health and safety protocols and was available to play in Monday's 121-114 loss to the Thunder, but it wasn't until Wednesday that he cracked head coach Nate McMillan's rotation. The veteran wing hasn't been a regular fixture in the rotation this season, but that may change in the short term while the Hawks are down three starters in De'Andre Hunter (hip), John Collins (ankle) and Dejounte Murray (ankle).
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  • Hawks' Justin Holiday: Now listed as available

    Holiday (COVID-19 protocols) is now listed as available for Monday's matchup against the Thunder. Holiday was previously listed as out for Monday's game, which would've marked a third straight absence due to COVID-19 protocols, but it appears he's now in line to suit up against the Thunder. Despite being listed as available, it's unclear if Holiday will crack the rotation.
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  • Hawks' Justin Holiday: Still out Monday

    Holiday (COVID-19 protocols) has been ruled out for Monday's game against Oklahoma City, Lauren L. Williams of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Holiday remains in the league's health and safety protocols and will be unavailable for a third consecutive game. His next chance to suit up will be Wednesday against the Knicks.
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  • Hawks' Justin Holiday: Remains sidelined Friday

    Holiday (COVID-19) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Nuggets. Holiday will miss his second straight game while being in the league's health and safety protocols Friday. Holiday's next chance to play will be Monday's game against the Thunder.
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  • Hawks' Justin Holiday: Ruled out Wednesday

    Holiday has been ruled out Wednesday against Orlando due to the league's health and safety protocols, Brad Rowland of Locked on Hawks reports. Holiday wasn't listed on the Hawks' initial injury report for Wednesday's matchup, but he'll be unable to suit up due to the league's health and safety protocols. It's unclear whether he'll be forced to miss additional games, but his absence leaves the Hawks particularly shorthanded in the frontcourt since Jalen Johnson (ankle) is doubtful.
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  • Hawks' Justin Holiday: Finds rhythm from deep

    Holiday racked up 16 points (6-8 FG, 4-5 3Pt), one rebound and one assist over 21 minutes during Monday's 104-101 loss to the 76ers. Holiday had been held scoreless in four of his last five games coming into Monday's contest, but he evidently found his shooting touch, scoring 12 of his 16 points from beyond the arc. Holiday has struggled to see consistent playing time for this Atlanta team, but the absence of Bogdan Bogdanovic (knee) and Jalen Johnson (ankle) has opened up a few opportunities for the forward to show what he can do.
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  • Hawks' Justin Holiday: Gets DNP-CD vs. Bucks

    Holiday did not see the floor during Monday's win over the Bucks. Holiday hasn't been effective for Atlanta this season. The veteran is shooting just 33.9 percent from three -- where he makes his living. He's still contributing a solid 1.2 steals in 19.4 minutes per game. But he has the worst point differential on the team, with the Hawks allowing 10.6 more points per 100 possessions with Holiday on the floor. Coach Nate McMillan has maybe seen enough, and he opted not to play Holiday on Monday. Instead, AJ Griffin saw 17 minutes and Jalen Johnson saw 15 minutes.
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  • Hawks' Justin Holiday: Leads team from deep

    Holiday contributed 14 points (5-10 FG, 4-7 3Pt) across 23 minutes during Monday's 117-98 victory over the Bucks. Holiday surpassed the double-digit scoring mark off the bench, leading the Hawks with a team-high four threes in the blowout victory. Holiday set a new season-high in shots made from three, with his previous season-best mark occurring Oct. 21 against Orlando (three makes). In 10 contests this season, Holiday has scored 10 or more points three times.
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  • Hawks' Justin Holiday: Pops for 12 points Monday

    Holiday chipped in 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-4 3Pt), one assist and one block over 24 minutes during Monday's 139-109 loss to the Raptors. Holiday had a season-high 12 points in the loss, his second straight game scoring in double-digits. While he has been able to carve out a regular role for himself, his production has been far from noteworthy. Currently sitting outside the top 250, he can be safely left on waivers in all moderately shallow formats.
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