Alex Len

#21 C / Phoenix Suns / EXP: 2YRS Height: 7-1 Weight: 260 lb Age: 22 College: Maryland

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    Suns' Alex Len: Massive double-double off bench in Thursday loss

    Len had 12 points (5-11 FG, 2-3 FT), 18 rebounds, two assists and a steal in 27 minutes on Thursday in a loss to the Rockets. Len was tremendous on the boards in this game and ended up getting a few more minutes than Tyson Chandler. It's going to be a game-by-game basis analyzing which of these two will have the better game, but for the moment, it will be a roll of the dice each time out in the DFS format. This game was a major outburst for Len, compared to what he's done in the last four games, but he had been quite productive before that. Hopefully, he can string together another rally of games ahead for his owners.

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    Suns' Alex Len: Plays 15 minutes Sunday

    Len contributed six points (2-2 FG, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds, and three block in 15 minutes during the Suns' 91-78 loss against the Mavericks on Sunday. Fairly unsurprisingly, Len's recent three-game streak of excellence has been immediately followed up by three mediocre performances. Len's production was actually pretty solid on Sunday, but in leagues that value counting stats, it's just not enough. The Suns could very well be showcasing and shopping Tyson Chandler on the trade market, but he is owed a lot of money over the next several years. Assuming neither player is traded before the deadline and both centers are healthy, Len and Chandler will likely continue their up-and-down ways.

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    Suns' Alex Len: Will come off the bench Sunday

    Len will not start Sunday against the Mavericks. Len started the last five games for the Suns, but he struggled over the last two contests, and will replace in the lineup by Mirza Teletovic on Sunday.

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    Suns' Alex Len: Tallies 16 points with 12 boards in Tuesday's loss

    Len tallied 16 points (6-12 FG, 4-4 FT) while pulling down 12 rebounds with a pair of blocks during 34 minutes in Tuesday's 113-103 loss to the 76ers. The Suns are becoming more and more embarrassing, but Len's performances have been the opposite. He's struggled with consistency after his hot streak at the beginning of the season, but is slowly returning to that form. Len has 12 rebounds in three of his past four games and has scored in double figures in three straight. As long as he continues to average around 35 minutes per game, Len's value will be as high as it will be all season.

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    Suns' Alex Len: Notches 16-point, 12-board double-double

    Len compiled 16 points (6-10 FG, 4-4 FT), 12 rebounds, and five assists across 35 minutes in Saturday's 98-95 win over the Hawks. Mirza Teletovic (ankle) was able to return from injury for this one, but with Markieff Morris (shoulder) and Jon Leuer (back) not dressing again, Len received a second straight start and again delivered an excellent stat line. While his production was overshadowed by teammate Tyson Chandler's franchise-record tying 27 boards, Len's fourth double-double of the season was instrumental in helping the Suns end their six-game losing streak. Over his three games since returning from a hand injury, Len is averaging 11.7 points, 10.7 boards, 3.3 assists, and is shooting 46.7 percent from the floor over 30.3 minutes per contest.

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    Suns' Alex Len: Starting Saturday

    Len will start Saturday's contest against the Hawks, Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic reports. With Markieff Morris (shoulder) and Jon Leuer (back) again sidelined, Len will earn his second start in a row. In 16 nods this season, Len has averaged 8.7 points (on 45 percent shooting), 6.9 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 1.3 blocks in 23 minutes per game.

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    Suns' Alex Len: Posts 13 points in Thursday start

    Len posted 13 points (6-14 FG, 1-2 FT), eight rebounds, four assists, two blocks and a steal over 35 minutes in Thursday's 117-89 loss to the Spurs. The third-year pro got the start due to the Suns' plethora of injuries at the power forward position, as Markieff Morris (shoulder), Jon Leuer (back) and Mirza Teletovic (ankle) were all sidelined for the contest. Despite frontcourt mate Tyson Chandler's outstanding game on the glass (20 rebounds), Len found a way to put together a solid all-around performance himself over his extended playing time. Len will certainly be in line for similar minutes--and as a result, comparable production--as long as the Suns remain thin down low.

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    Suns' Alex Len: Starting Thursday

    Len is in the starting lineup for Thursday's game against the Spurs, Craig Grialou of 98.7 FM Arizona Sports reports. The Suns are dealing with a slew of injuries Thursday, including Markieff Morris (shoulder), Jon Leuer (back) and Mirza Teletovic (ankle) in the frontcourt. This opens up the opportunity for Len to move into the starting lineup, which likely means he'll also see increased minutes with limited bodies available.

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    Suns' Alex Len: Grabs 12 boards Tuesday

    Len (hand) collected six points (2-6 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 12 rebounds, and one assist in 21 minutes during the Suns' 97-94 loss to the Pacers on Tuesday. Len missed the previous three games with a sprained hand, but was able to return to action on Tuesday. His 12 rebounds were the first time he grabbed double-digit boards since hauling in 13 boards against the Pelicans on Dec. 18. With Tyson Chandler missing time in December due to a hamstring strain, Len saw 22 minutes per game last month, but he is back to playing the same 15 minutes per night in January that he did in October and November. Unless Chandler gets hurt again, Len likely won't earn enough minutes to make an impact in fantasy.

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    Suns' Alex Len: Available Tuesday

    Len (hand) is available for Tuesday's game versus the Pacers, the Arizona Republic reports. Sidelined the past three contests due to a sprained left hand, Len will be available to spell Tyson Chandler when the need arises. However, Len is unlikely to surpass 20 minutes, as he hasn't reached that threshold in eight of his last 10 appearances.

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