Terrence Jones

#6 PF / Houston Rockets / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-9 Weight: 252 lb Age: 23 College: Kentucky

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Only sees first half minutes

      Jones scored three points on 1-of-5 shooting with three boards in 15 first-half minutes. After playing 15 first-half minutes, Jones didn't see the court in the second half against the Pistons. This is a result of Jones' continuous struggles on the offensive end, where he's averaging 4.8 points and rebounds per game, behind a dreadful 26.1 percent from the field. Until he proves himself with whatever minutes he gets, his role is unlikely to increase, but if Jones is able to turn it around he has a lot of upside.

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Limited to 25 minutes Sunday in bench role

      Jones, who has assumed a bench role in the Rockets' last two games, saw 25 minutes in Sunday's overtime win over the Knicks, providing eight points (2-8 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 3-4 FT), four rebounds, an assist, and a block. Meanwhile, the player who replaced Jones as the Rockets' starting power forward, Clint Capela, contributed 18 points, 11 rebounds, and three steals while shooting 7-for-11 from the field in the victory. Though Capela lacks the ability to knock down long-range shots like Jones does, his greater size and excellent athleticism make him an imposing complement to Dwight Howard, which may encourage interim coach J.B. Bickerstaff to keep him in a starting role. While Jones figures to see more run when the Rockets face small-ball oriented squads, Capela should see the greater share of minutes more often than not for the games to come, a development that will hinder Jones' fantasy value.

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Contributes 18 points Saturday

      Jones contributed 18 points (5-14 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 7-9 FT), nine rebounds and a steal over 37 minutes in Saturday's 107-102 loss to the Knicks. Jones has now posted five double-digit scoring outings in the six games he's played since returning from a facial laceration. The 23-year-old turned in a valiant effort in his matchup against Knicks rookie sensation Kristaps Porzingis, although the latter did post an impressive double-double. Jones is playing solidly overall and is rewarding fantasy owners with productive efforts, something that figures to continue as long as injuries don't derail him.

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Scores eight points

      Jones (hand) was a game-time decision heading into Wednesday, but ultimately played and posted eight points (2-5 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), two rebounds, two assists, and one block in 30 minutes against the Blazers. Jones cooled off after three straight double-digit scoring outings and had a rather rough time on the court on Wednesday. His status moving forward doesn't seem to be endangered as far as his injury, but with the firing of coach Kevin McHale, Jones' role may take a turn for the better or worse. For now, owners can take a wait-and-see approach on how he'll adjust to the transitional period.

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Will start Wednesday versus Portland

      Jones (hand) was a game time decision but will play Wednesday, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports. Jones was spotted with bandages on his hand earlier Wednesday, and the team's shootaround was cancelled due to Kevin McHale's firing. These factors led to Jones' status being up in the air, however it appears he is good to go.

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Dons bandages on left hand

      Jones was spotted Wednesday with bandages around his left hand, Calvin Watkins of ESPN reports. This is the first mention of a hand injury for Jones who recently returned to the court after a five-game absence with a laceration above his right eye. It may just be precautionary, but the Rockets canceled Wednesday's morning shootaround as a result of coach Kevin McHale's firing, leaving Jones' hand issue in limbo. His status will need to be monitored leading up to tipoff against Portland since his potential absence Wednesday is clearly not at the forefront of the Houston media scene.

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Scores 15 points in Monday's loss

      Jones scored 15 points (7-14 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-4 FT) while pulling down eight rebounds and adding four assists over 28 minutes in Monday's 111-95 loss to the Celtics. The game got out of hand in the second half, but Jones was able to dominate garbage time en route to a nice line. The Rockets haven't won a game since Jones returned from an eye injury, but the young power forward has produced solid fantasy numbers in that span.

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Scores 23 in Saturday's loss

      Jones scored 23 points (10-15 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-4 FT) with six rebounds, three blocks and a steal in 42 minutes during Saturday's loss to the Mavericks. That's back to back 23-point nights for Jones, who seems fully recovered from the eye injury that cost him the first five games of November. Jones should remain in the starting five going forward, and his ability to hit three-pointers while still supplying useful frontcourt production as a complementary piece to James Harden and Dwight Howard should give him plenty of value.

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Posts 23 points in highly efficient performance Friday

      Jones collected 23 points (9-12 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds, and four blocks over 21 minutes in Friday's 107-98 victory over the Nuggets. Jones' scoreless performance Wednesday over 16 minutes in his initial return from facial injuries can now be retroactively considered a warm up for the young power forward, as he exploded Friday in just 21 minutes of action for his best outing of the season. The 23-year-old was the only other Rockets player besides James Harden to break the 20-point barrier, and he was also highly stout on the boards and defense during his relatively brief time on the court. Jones figures to regain his starting role in the very near future, potentially as early as Saturday for Houston's showdown with the intrastate rival Mavericks.

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      Rockets' Terrence Jones: Will come off the bench in return

      Jones (eye) will come off of the bench Wednesday when the Rockets face the Nets in Brooklyn according to Rockets head coach Kevin McHale, broadcaster Craig Ackerman of Houston Rockets Radio reports. Jones' return comes after a five-game absence due to a cut eyelid. The Rockets have elected to bring Jones off of the bench Wednesday in favor of a small-ball lineup due to struggles in their first three games. Depending on how well this line up works, Jones may see his minutes limited, but against bigger teams McHale may be forced to start the 6-foot-9 forward in order to create a better match up.

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