Toney Douglas

#16 PG / New Orleans Pelicans / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 195 lb Age: 29 College: Florida State

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    Pelicans' Toney Douglas: Steps up for injury-riddled Pelicans

    Douglas scored 18 points (6-8 FG, 3-4 FT, 3-4 3Pt) while adding six assists, three rebounds, a steal and a block in 25 minutes of Monday's loss to the Rockets. The veteran played an expanded role for the second straight game Monday, as the Pelicans were forced to go small after the duo of Anthony Davis and Tyreke Evans were forced to leave due to injury, further depleting a shallow Pelicans roster. Douglas has averaged 16 points, five assists, 3.5 threes and two steals over that two-game sample, indicating that he could be in line to provide decent fantasy returns if his playing time remains consistent. The Pelicans' dynamic duo will have a couple of days to heal up before Thursday's matchup with the Kings, and Douglas could play an even larger role if one or both men are forced to sit out.

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    Pelicans' Toney Douglas: Out Of Pelicans' Rotation

    Douglas has made just three appearances this month with the Pelicans at full strength. Even with Ish Smith now in Philadelphia, the play of Tyreke Evans, Jrue Holiday and Norris Cole has made Douglas an afterthought. He'll need a rash of injuries to move back into a prominent place in the rotation.

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    Pelicans' Toney Douglas: Inactive for Monday's game

    Douglas (coach's decision) was inactive for Monday's loss to the Trail Blazers. Douglas hasn't seen the court over the Pelicans' last five games. With Tyreke Evans, Jrue Holiday, Norris Cole, and Ish Smith all ahead of him on the depth chart at point guard, Douglas will have a tough time getting off the bench unless injuries thin the backcourt ranks.

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    Pelicans' Toney Douglas: Doesn't play Tuesday

    Douglas (coach's decision) didn't see the court in Tuesday's 112-103 loss to the Grizzlies. With Tyreke Evans (knee) and Norris Cole (ankle) returning to the court Tuesday for their season debuts, Douglas ended up losing his spot in the rotation. He could see some light run Wednesday against the Rockets with Jrue Holiday (rest) scheduled to sit out the second game of a back-to-back set, but Douglas' season average of 16.9 minutes should continue to fall considerably from here now that the Pelicans' backcourt is fully healthy for the first time this season.

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    Pelicans' Toney Douglas: Posts 11 points off bench Friday

    Douglas amassed 11 points (4-11 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two assists, a rebound and a pair of steals over 24 minutes in Friday's 111-90 loss to the Clippers. The veteran guard filled out the stat sheet nicely while posting his first double-digit scoring performance in over two weeks. It was also the first time that Douglas had been on the floor over 20 minutes since that Nov. 11 contest against the Hawks, with the 29-year-old typically playing minutes in the teens the majority of nights so far this season. Douglas' court time (16.9 minutes per game) appears to be too limited to make him an appealing fantasy option, except for perhaps in very deep leagues.

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    Pelicans' Toney Douglas: Ties season high with 17 points

    Douglas tied his season high with 17 points (5-8 FG, 2-2 FT, 5-7 3Pt) in Tuesday's win over the Mavericks. He also added an assist and a rebound over his 25 minutes. Douglas has seen 25-plus minutes in each of the Pelicans' past two games, and with Jrue Holiday (rest) on track to miss the second half of the team's back-to-back set Wednesday against the Hawks, Douglas should be in line for plenty of playing time once again. Though Ish Smith will likely serve as the starting point guard Wednesday and dominate the minutes, the widespread injuries across the roster virtually assure that Douglas will be a rotation member until at least December.

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    Pelicans' Toney Douglas: Pours in 17 in Season Debut

    Douglas scored 17 points on 7-of-12 shooting to go along with four assists, three rebounds, and a steal in his season debut with New Orleans. The Pelicans clearly thought highly of the former Florida State guard to pull the plug on the Nate Robinson experiment after just two games. Douglas played 23 minutes compared to just 11 for Ish Smith, and should continue to see significant playing time in the New Orleans backcourt while Tyreke Evans and Norris Cole remain sidelined.

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    Pelicans' Toney Douglas: Signs with Pelicans

    Douglas officially signed with the Pelicans on Friday, John Reid of the Times-Picayune reports. Douglas was waived by the Pacers on Monday, but didn't last long on the open market and will sign with the Pelicans. With both Norris Cole (ankle) and Tyreke Evans (knee) still sidelined with their respective injuries, and Jrue Holiday still on a minutes restriction, Douglas provides a much needed boost to the Pelicans' backcourt depth. Look for him to battle Ish Smith for minutes behind both Holiday and Eric Gordon.

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    Toney Douglas: Waived by Pacers

    Douglas was waived by the Pacers on Monday. The veteran played sparingly in five preseason games, averaging 6.6 points and 1.6 assists per game. He'll likely attempt to find another NBA home before potentially looking to play in the D-League or overseas. The 29th overall pick in the 2009 draft, Douglas has appeared in 309 career games for the Pelicans, Heat, Warriors, Kings, Rockets and Knicks.

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    Pacers guard Toney Douglas collects 15 points Tuesday

    Pacers guard Toney Douglas amassed 15 points (5-14 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 4-4 FT), three assists, three rebounds, a steal, and a block over 28 minutes versus the Pistons on Tuesday. Douglas totaled his most extensive time on the court to date in the preseason and took advantage of the opportunity, filling out the stat sheet nicely. Presently at or near the bottom of the depth chart at both guard spots, the veteran nevertheless has an opportunity to stick on the roster as evidenced by the endorsement he received from Pacers president Larry Bird upon his signing back on Aug. 12. On Tuesday, Douglas benefited from the absence of C.J. Miles (bronchitis) and outpaced fellow point guard Rodney Stuckey by 10 minutes of court time.

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