Carroll suffered a neck injury during Wednesday's game against the 76ers and will not return.
Carroll suffered the injury after falling down and hitting his head against teammate Pascal Siakam's knee. Neck injuries are obviously a very serious issue, but considering Carroll was able to walk off the floor under his own power, it appears he's avoided what could have been a much worse situation. He'll likely continue to be evaluated following the game and he can tentatively be considered questionable for Friday's game against the Hornets. Carroll finishes Wednesday's outing playing 23 minutes, going scoreless (0-6 FG, 0-4 3Pt), with two rebounds, two assists and two steals.
Carroll scored 20 points (7-13 FG, 1-6 3Pt, 5-5 FT) while adding two rebounds, two steals and a block in 27 minutes during Sunday's 116-101 win over the Knicks.
The Raptors actually had a 34 points lead heading into the fourth quarter, and as a result their starters ended up with lighter workloads than usual. Carroll finally seems healthy after struggling through most of the first half, and is now averaging 18.8 points, 6.3 boards, 3.3 threes and 1.0 steals over the last four games.
Carroll contributed 18 points (7-16 FG, 3-10 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and 11 rebounds across 29 minutes during Friday's 132-113 victory over the Nets.
Carroll, now seemingly free of a minutes restriction due to a knee injury, is starting to show why the Raptors inked him to a four-year, $58 million contract last season. In the four games prior to Friday, he averaged 37.3 minutes per game and shot 48.1 percent from deep on 6.8 attempts per game. Friday's blowout allowed Carroll, and most of the Raptor's starters, some opportunity to rest down the stretch, but not before recording his first double-double of the season. Carroll also fired away 10 shots from beyond the arc, tying his season high which occurred on Jan. 8th against the Rockets. It seems safe to assume that Carroll will now be a consistent staple in the Raptors' potent offense, and a viable fantasy option due to the high number of minutes he's been receiving.
Carroll provided 11 points (4-10 FG, 3-6 3Pt), four rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block across 35 minutes in a 114-106 win over the Celtics on Tuesday.
The Raptors have monitored Carroll's minutes carefully for most of the season after his first campaign in Toronto was sullied by a knee injury, but he seems to be entirely free of restrictions now. He's played no fewer than 34 minutes in any of the team's last four games, and two of those contests even came as part of a back-to-back set. Carroll is averaging 13.5 points (on 47.2% shooting), 4.5 rebounds, 3.3 three-pointers, 1.3 steals and 1.0 assist per game during that span, and could be worth scooping up in most formats where available now that his minutes seem to be stable game to game.
Carroll scored 26 points (7-12 FG, 6-10 3Pt, 6-6 FT) while adding eight rebounds and a steal in 34 minutes during Sunday's 129-122 loss to the Rockets.
It was his best scoring performance of the season, and his first game with 20 or more points since late November. Carroll's had his minutes and production limited so far this season as the Raptors try to keep him healthy, but he's averaged 38 minutes a night over the last three games, and it looks like the team might finally be letting him take on a full workload again. He's still only a complementary player in an offense dominated by DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry, but his numbers should start trending back up in 2017.
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