Kevin Seraphin recorded 14 points (7-10 FG), seven rebounds, four assists, one steal, and four blocks in 32 minutes during the New York Knicks ' 116-111 overtime loss versus the Rockets on Sunday.
Seraphin did give the ball away five times, but he played well in extended minutes on Sunday. Part of this likely had to do with Carmelo Anthony sitting out with an illness, but Seraphin has seen more than 10 minutes six times this year, so coach Derek Fisher clearly isn't afraid to call on Seraphin when he sees fit. Still, his previous season-high was 21 minutes, and he was averaging only nine minutes per game entering Sunday's contest.
Outside of back-to-back, double-digit-point games against Charlotte and New Orleans, Seraphin hasn't been very productive on the offensive end and has seen more than eight minutes just twice in New York's other 13 contests. He currently comes off the bench behind Robin Lopez, Kristaps Porzingis, and Derrick Williams.
Kevin Seraphin (knee) made his season debut Monday against the Spurs, finishing with two points (1-3 FG) and two boards in five minutes.
Seraphin entered the game in the second half after missing the New York Knicks ' first three games of the season with the sore right knee. While Seraphin could see his role evolve as he becomes further removed from the injury, he saw fewer minutes than fellow frontcourt players Robin Lopez (32), Kristaps Porzingis (24), Kyle O'Quinn (19), and Derrick Williams (11), indicating that he's not a high-priority bench option for coach Derek Fisher.
Kevin Seraphin (knee) is out against the Hawks on Thursday, Al Iannazzone of Newsday Sports reports.
Seraphin was hoping to return after sitting out of the New York Knicks ' opener versus the Bucks, but the Hawks have elected to wait another game to bring the 25-year-old back. Lance Thomas could pick up some minutes in his stead. His next opportunity to return will come on Saturday when the Knicks play the Wizards.
Kevin Seraphin (knee) is listed as questionable to participate against the Hawks on Thursday, KL Chouinard of NBA.com reports.
Seraphin has had an ongoing battle with knee soreness, but it seems like there is a possibility for him to play against the Hawks. If the center is able to participate Thursday, he probably wouldn't see much playing time as he is deep in the depth chart behind Robin Lopez, Kyle O'Quinn, Kristaps Porzingis and Derrick Williams.
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