Ramon Sessions is now a Los Angeles Laker and his stock is rising.
Analysis: Just one day after his trade from the Cleveland Cavs, Ramon Sessions is only available in about half of fantasy leagues. Sessions has always been a high assist point guard and the trade only adds to that value. Sessions is averaging 5.2 assists per game this year in twenty-four minutes of floor time. Over his last three games Sessions is averaging 6.3 assists per game, 4.0 rebounds per game and over one steal per game. An added benefit to Sessions’ fantasy game this year is his three ball. He’s making more threes(0.6 3PM) per game than he has attempted for his career(0.4 3PA) on a per game basis.
With more minutes hopefully Sessions can become more than a one steal per game point guard. His high assists along with his steals and threes certainly make him a must add on a loaded Lakers team. The most pressing question is whether his points (10.5 PPG) production will go up? Regardless, he’s still shooting 83% from the stripe on the year and can contribute in five to six fantasy categories per night.