Fantasy Game: David Lee 1st Warrior Forward to Triple Double since 93 | Monta Career High

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| February 8th, 2012 | 602 Views

If you play fantasy basketball and Steph Curry, David Lee or Monta Ellis then you are probably pretty happy.  David Lee’s 25 points 11 rebounds and 10 assists made him the first Golden State Warrior’s Forward to triple double since a rookie Chris Webber.  Monta Ellis scored 48 points which was a career high for him and also surprising that a dynamic shooting guard like Ellis wouldn’t have hit for 50 yet.  Steph Curry’s ankle head up and he was flirting with a triple double with 16 points 10 assist and 7 rebounds.

The Thunder, who also won the game, had a few Fantasy biggies too as Durant  went off for 33, 10 and 7, Westbrook also chipped in with 31 and 7 and Cook hit 5 of 6 three pointers.


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