Jeremy Lamb

#3 SG / Charlotte Hornets / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 185 lb Age: 23 College: Connecticut

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Scores 18 points Wednesday

      Lamb recorded 18 points (6-12 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 4-4 FT), seven rebounds, three assists, one steal, and one block in 32 minutes during the Hornets' 101-87 win versus the Wizards on Wednesday. Lamb has continued to be a solid scorer off the Hornets' bench, and fresh off his recent extension he is oozing confidence in this his first season seeing consistent playing time. His 32 minutes matched a season-high, but if he continues to fill it up offensively like he has been, there's reason to believe he will end up earning more than the 24 minutes per game he had been playing entering Wednesday's match-up versus the Wizards.

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Scores 12 points in spite of being limited

      Lamb (shoulder) posted 12 points (5-7 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, and three assists in 23 minutes of action Tuesday against the Knicks. Lamb was expected to be limited Tuesday, but he appeared to be shooting the ball efficiently. He's now quietly averaging 14.4 points and 5.6 rebounds over the last five games, and is starting to show some consistency. That being said, he's still worth having only in deep leagues due to his lack of contribution in other categories.

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Expected to play Tuesday

      Lamb (shoulder) is expected to suit up Tuesday against the Knicks in New York, but his workload would be monitored by coach Steve Clifford, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports. Lamb came down with a strained left shoulder since the Hornets' last game Sunday, a development that could place a cap on his workload Tuesday. Over the last seven contests, he's received at least 23 minutes in each one, but any deficiency in this workload would likely transfer to Jeremy Lin and potentially the duo of Brian Roberts and Troy Daniels.

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Questionable for Tuesday's game

      Lamb is listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against the Knicks with a left shoulder strain. Lamb was unable to practice Monday due to the injury, which he likely sustained at some point during Sunday's game against the Trail Blazers. The third-year guard has been an excellent source of scoring production off the bench thus far in November, averaging 13.6 points on 56 percent shooting over eight games. If he's able to shake off the injury in Tuesday's morning shootaround and play later in the evening, Lamb could be on tap for his first start of the season, as P.J. Hairston (quad) is doubtful to play.

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Catches fire

      Lamb caught fire Tuesday against the Timberwolves, posting 18 points (8-10 FG, 2-3 3Pt), four rebounds, and one steal in 23 minutes of action. Lamb has been able to score in bunches frequently, but he doesn't have the consistency to keep it up. Adding to that, he doesn't really provide much value in other categories, so owners shouldn't get excited from one or two good performances.

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Scores 20 points off bench Tuesday

      Lamb came off the bench to score a team-high 20 points (9-10 FG, 2-3 3Pt), adding four rebounds three assists and two steals in Tuesday's 130-105 win against the Bulls. The Hornets took a commanding lead early in this one and it led to more playing time for Lamb, who registered his highest point total of the season. Lamb has always been a talented scorer, but needs to take advantage of his opportunity with Charlotte.

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Signs Three-Year Extension

      Lamb agreed to a three-year, $21 million contract extension with the Hornets on Monday, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports. Lamb has appeared in just two games with the Hornets, but the team saw enough of him to lock him up for three more seasons beyond the current one. He could work as a starter for the Hornets at some point this season or down the road, but he is playing off the bench now, and figures to be used mainly in that role for the duration of his contract.

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Will play Friday

      Lamb (ankle) will be available off the bench for Friday's game against the Hawks. Lamb sat out the season opener due to his sprained ankle, but he will presumably make both his team and season debuts Friday night. Lamb will not start Friday, but he figures to be one of the first players off the bench at the wing positions.

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Practices Thursday, could play Friday

      Lamb (ankle) practiced Thursday with the Hornets, and should be available to play Friday against the Hawks, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports. Although Lamb did not play in Wednesday's season opener against the Heat, his status appears to be on the upswing as he continues to nurse the ankle injury. Barring any setbacks during Friday's shoot around, he could see the floor against the Hawks, as P.J. Hairston would likely receive less minutes.

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      Hornets' Jeremy Lamb: Active, but will not play Wednesday versus Heat

      Lamb will be active, but will not play against the Heat on Wednesday. Lamb has been nursing his ankle since October 19, and the Hornets will not push his recovery too much. He is expected to test his ankle in practice on Thursday, so there is a possibility he could return Friday against the Hawks if it holds up in practice. P.J. Hairston could pick up some minutes in his stead.

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