Through 27 games as a starter with Utah last season, Mack compiled averages of 12.6 points, 5.3 assists, 3.8 boards, 1.0 steal and 1.3 triples per contest, so he's certainly on the radar as a potential DFS option with an incredibly favorable matchup against the 76ers. Joe Johnson could also see some extended minutes with the second unit, and it'll be Rodney Hood and Gordon Hayward running the show with the first unit. RotoGrinders.com Daily Slant:
He's not the safest of cash game targets, but Mack is an appealing upside play against a PHI team that has played at the 11th fastest pace this season. With Hayward, Hood and Favors likely to eat up most of the production with the first unit, Mack does still carry a low floor, but if the Jazz choose to ease up on Hayward/Favors on the second-half of a B2B with both players recently returning from injury, Mack would benefit.