Shelvin Mack PG ATL 2 Days

Mack scored 13 points (5-9 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT), with five assists, three rebounds and two steals in 19 minutes during Tuesday's win over the Wizards.

Mack isn't on many fantasy radars currently, but this was an impressive outing in limited minutes for him. He stepped up when called up, and is a player to keep an eye on if he gets additional minutes.

Shelvin Mack PG ATL 5 Days

Mack came off the bench for 12 minutes Friday but only registered one rebound and one steal.

Mack is averaging just 12.4 minutes on the court this season over the 10 games that he's played in. Unless things change in Atlanta, Mack is not a viable option moving forward.

Shelvin Mack PG ATL 27 Days

Mack received nearly 15 minutes in the Hawks opener against the Raptors and finished with two points, one rebound, and five assists.

Mack and Dennis Schroder are the two backup point guards for Jeff Teague. Schroder ended Wednesday's game with only three minutes compared to Mack's 15, so it seems as if Mack has the rights to be first in the pecking order. Although Mack shot only 1-for-6 from the field and 0-for-2 from beyond the three point line, it was good to see him get the five assists. With Teague probably playing over thirty minutes for most games this season, Mack could struggle to put up fantasy worthy numbers.

Shelvin Mack PG ATL 4 Months

Restricted free agent Shelvin Mack has reportedly agreed to a three-year, $7.3 million deal to return to Atlanta.

Mack averaged 7.5 points, 3.7 assists, and 0.8 three-pointers a game during the 2013-14 season, and while his numbers don't jump off the page, he is a serviceable backup point guard. That being said, he is not on the radar in standard leagues.

Shelvin Mack PG ATL 5 Months

The Hawks have extended a qualifying offer to backup point guard Shelvin Mack, making him a restricted free agent.

Mack played well in his role as backup and it's unclear if he'll fetch a greater offer in the open market.

Shelvin Mack PG ATL 7 Months

Shelvin Mack hopes to be in an Atlanta Hawks uniform next season.

Mack will be a restricted free agent this summer, but would like to return to the Hawks after playing his way into a backup point guard role. "I would like to be back," Mack said. "I'll continue to work and improve my game and let my agent and everyone else deal with that. Of course [I want to return]. I feel like it's a great situation for me." The 24-year-old averaged 7.5 points, 0.8 3-pointers, 2.2 boards, 3.7 assists, and 0.7 steals this season and will provide the Hawks or his next team with a solid bench option next season.

Shelvin Mack PG ATL 8 Months

Shelvin Mack scored 13 points on 5-of-10 shooting (including two threes) with four rebounds and five assists in 28 minutes off the bench on Monday.

If the Hawks continue to rest guys en masse then Mack will be worth a look for potential like this.

Shelvin Mack PG ATL 8 Months

Shelvin Mack played 35 minutes as the starting shooting guard against the Blazers, shooting 3-of-9 from the field for nine points, three boards, four assists, one steal and one 3-pointer.

The Hawks have been starting him in three of his last four, but it's been more out of necessity. Mack's shot has disappeared and his defense hasn't looked great either. He can be ignored in several formats.

Shelvin Mack PG ATL 8 Months

Shelvin Mack came off the bench on Wednesday and had nine points, two rebounds, four assists and a steal in a loss to Minnesota.

Mack had been starting at shooting guard, but was replaced by Mike Scott tonight. He still got some decent run with Jeff Teague benched, but won't be worth using in any formats as long as he's coming off the bench. He was starting for Kyle Korver, who is still out with a lingering back injury.

Shelvin Mack PG ATL 8 Months

Shelvin Mack will move back to the bench for Wednesday's game vs. the Timberwolves.

The Hawks will move DeMarre Carroll to shooting guard and push Mike Scott to the starting small forward spot. Mack has looked awful in his last two games, shooting a combined 5-of-16 from the field in his 28.5 minutes per game. Fantasy owners can expect him to act more as a backup point guard, which may also affect Lou Williams' and Dennis Schroder's playing time.