Player Outlook

Last season was supposed to be Terrence Jones' chance to breakout with the Rockets. With Chandler Parsons gone, he was a perfect candidate to stop in as the third option behind James Harden and Dwight Howard, and he got off to a great start in the first week of the season. However, he missed the fifth game of the season due to a nerve issue and would not play again until nearly February, and he returned to a limited bench role when he did get back. Jones eventually returned the starting five after the All-Star break and averaged 13.0 points, 7.4 rebounds and 2.4 combined blocks and steals, the kind of production that could make him a top 50 Fantasy option in category-based formats. He still has a lot to prove, but Jones' potential continues to make him a very enticing option, worthy of taking a chance on in the middle rounds on Draft Day.

Latest News
  • Rockets power forward Terrence Jones (ribs) has been cleared to play Sunday against Orlando, per Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle.Jones aggravated a rib injury Tuesday and then went on to miss practices on both Wednesday and Friday. Considering it's only preseason, don't be surprised to see him on a minutes restriction.

  • Rockets forward Terrence Jones (ribs) did not participate in Friday's practice, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports.After sitting out Wednesday's preseason tilt against the Mavericks due to the rib injury, it doesn't seem likely that Jones will be healthy in time to suit up for Sunday's exhibition tilt versus Orlando. There's been no indication from the Rockets yet that Jones' injury will linger into the regular season, so his fantasy draft stock should remain on stable ground for the time being.

  • Rockets forward Terrence Jones (ribs) will not play in Wednesday's preseason game.Jones aggravated his rib injury during Tuesday's preseason game against the Grizzlies, so coach Kevin McHale said the team will give him the night off as the Rockets play their first back-to-back set of the year. Jones scored four points on 1-of-7 shooting to go with eight rebonds and two assists in 20 minutes Tuesday night.

  • Rockets power forward Terrence Jones bulked up during the season and wants to use that added strength as a tool to become a complete player, per the Houston Chronicle. The muscle he added will surely help him compete and be more physical against other frontcourt players. "I finally can take my shirt off, go to the beach," Jones said. "Just being more physical down low, trying to guard guys with my body that were a lot bigger than me and more physical players than me. "I want to get better all-around, in the post, shooting, just come back a better all-around player for my team." Jones averaged 11.7 points and 6.7 rebounds in 33 games last season.

  • After taking a shot to his nose during Tuesday's Game 2 win over the Mavericks, Rockets forward Terrence Jones said his nose was feeling fine Wednesday, reports the Houston Chronicle. "It's a little swollen, but these are nicks and bruises I can play with," he said. Jones had to miss a portion of the Game 2 win when his nose was bloodied in the second quarter. Jones returned in the third quarter and scored five points in 22 minutes.

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Career Stats

2015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2014 33 158 52.8 13 35.1 57 60.6 386 11.70 21.7
2013 76 386 54.2 31 30.7 118 60.5 921 12.12 22.4
2012 19 43 45.7 5 26.3 13 76.5 104 5.47 11.4
3 Year Avg 43 196 53.3 16 30.8 63 61.8 470 10.93 20.4
Career 128 587 53.1 49 31.2 188 61.4 1411 11.02