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Landry Shamet, LAC: The move to the west coast has sat well with Shamet thus far, as the rookie is getting a chance at playing time he otherwise wouldn't have seen in Philadelphia. Shamet is now manning the starting small forward role for the Clippers and has posted two 20-point efforts in the last three contests, while logging at least 26 minutes in each. He's continued to be aggressive from three-point range, putting up a whopping 28 attempts from behind the arc in the last three games alone and draining them at a 53.6 percent clip.
Avery Bradley, MEM: Bradley's shot had been broken for most of the season, but the move from Los Angeles to Memphis has worked wonders. The veteran two-guard has three 20-point games, and one 30-point games, in his last nine contests after not reaching the 20-point mark in any other game prior to that stretch. Bradley is also shooting 48.8 percent since joining the Grizzlies, a drastic improvement over his 38.3 percent mark as a member of the Clippers.
ALSO GAINING VALUE: Wesley Matthews, IND
Tyreke Evans, IND: Wesley Matthews recently arrived in Indiana following his buyout in New York, and he's immediately slotted into the starting shooting guard role. Evans' playing time had already been limited, but Matthews' addition essentially put an end to any possibility of Evans taking on a larger role down the stretch. It's been a wildly disappointing season, overall, for the