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    The Chicago Bulls own website lists Markkanen as a Forward/Center.

    https://www.nba.com/bulls/roster

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    Per Rotoworld 11/6/19:

    "[Markkanen] was used as a center early tonight, though, moving to the five when Wendell Carter Jr. left as the first substitution. More minutes as a center can only help his playing time"

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    Per Rotoworld 10/23 regarding Markkanen:

    "It was reported in August that the Bulls want to "boost" his minutes at center this season, and they did use him closer to the basket tonight -- his first nine buckets all came in the paint."

    This has been an ongoing post for a while going back to previous season, and he should get C eligibility.

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    Marcus Hirsch commented  · 

    More importantly, the Chicago Bulls own website lists Markkanen as a Forward/Center.

    https://www.nba.com/bulls/roster

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    Marcus Hirsch commented  · 

    This has been the case all season, but just as an example, here's the 1/8 update, per Rotoworld: The Bulls went smaller tonight with Markkanen and Thaddeus Young in the frontcourt, a pairing that might continue until Wendell Carter Jr. (right ankle) gets back on the court.

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    Per Rotoworld 11/6/19

    "[Markkanen] was used as a center early tonight, though, moving to the five when Wendell Carter Jr. left as the first substitution. More minutes as a center can only help his playing time."

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    Marcus Hirsch commented  · 

    Per Rotoworld 10/23/19 for Markkanen:

    It was reported in August that the Bulls want to "boost" his minutes at center this season, and they did use him closer to the basket tonight -- his first nine buckets all came in the paint.

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    Gaudreau, Monahan, and Lindholm have been on the ice together for 27.4% of all ice time of Calgary forwards. https://leftwinglock.com/line-combinations/calgary-flames/?team=calgary-flames&strength=EV&gametype=10

    Monahan has taken 100 faceoffs as of 10/17, and Lindholm has taken 83. Lindholm rightfully began the season with C/RW eligibility, but Monahan - who shifts over to that wing quite a bit - only has center eligibility. This was brought up as an issue last season and not fixed, so the time to add RW eligibility for Monahan is upon us.

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    Marcus Hirsch commented  · 

    Rotoworld: Mon, Jan 21

    Brandon Ingram will be the Lakers' starting point guard for Monday's game against the Warriors with both Rajon Rondo (hand) and Lonzo Ball (ankle) unavailable.

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    Rotoworld on Ingram on 1/2019:

    Brandon Ingram played point guard down the stretch against the Rockets on Saturday, scoring 21 points with five rebounds, four assists, six turnovers and one 3-pointer in 36 minutes.

    Advice: The Lakers look to have lost Lonzo Ball (ankle) for multiple games after he needed to be carried off the court in the third quarter today. Coach Luke Walton has used Ingram as the starting point guard before, and that looks to be his only option until either Rajon Rondo or Lonzo can return. The offensive counting stats haven't been the problem for Ingram and he should add more of those, but fantasy owners need to see more defensive stats along with offensive efficiency.

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    Marcus Hirsch commented  · 

    Also per Rotoworld on 11/17 on Lance Stephenson's page:

    "The Lakers slid Brandon Ingram over to the point guard in the new Rajon Rondo-less rotation"

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