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Why fantasy managers should make a move for Keegan Murray

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Sportzshala Fantasy analyst Dan Titus is looking at rising shares of the Sacramento Kings ahead of a long run.

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And TIT: Good. Here we are at Week 15, and in the last stock review, I’m going to talk about why fantasy managers should buy Keegan Murray. So first off, he’s one of three rookies to hit the top 80 in the past month, joining Jaylene Williams and Walker Kessler, a highly respected company and two players I’d also like to buy. But Keegan Murray has really warmed up, finishing 55th in the last two weeks.

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But in fact, it was his efficiency that moved him up the corporate ladder. He shoots over 50% from the field, 92% from the line and 49% from three out of six attempts per game. This is absolutely crazy efficiency in the month of January. But I’m more encouraged by the 32 minutes he’s averaged on the court over the last month, which is more than in November and December, when he barely got even 30 minutes. So I think Keegan Murray has a lot of positives. Now, even if his shooting is regressing a bit, I still feel like there is an encouraging development in his game, mainly in the rebounding category, as he has double-doubled twice in the last week and he has raised his rebounding average to 5 per course. . this month. So, plus the fact that the Sacramento Kings have one of the best fantasy playoff schedules, playing over 11 games in the last three weeks of the season, it’s a great time to buy Keegan Murray while he’s still out of bounds. rating. Top 100 in fantasy.

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