Warren dropped 23 points (10-19 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT), five rebounds, one assist, one steal, and one block in 40 minutes during Saturday's 110-100 loss to Oklahoma City. Warren just keeps scoring the ball, tallying another 23 points Saturday. Since his zero-point dud back on November 7, Warren has been on a tear on the offensive end. He has also played in at least 37 minutes in all five games since then, firmly asserting himself as the power forward to own in Phoenix. If you managed to grab him off the waivers then you should be very pleased with your return.
Warren posted 27 points (10-17 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 4-4 FT), four rebounds, three steals and two assists across 38 minutes in Wednesday's 116-96 win over the Spurs. The season-high steal total was a nice bonus for Warren's fantasy managers, but the 25-year-old's production remains driven by his scoring output and efficient shooting from the field. He's more than met expectations over the last four contests, averaging 25.5 points on 56.3 shooting from the field while going 19-for-19 from the charity stripe. With Ryan Anderson and Josh Jackson both struggling this season and the former at risk of losing his spot in the rotation entirely, Warren should be locked into a high-minute role as the Suns' starting power forward for the foreseeable future. That should afford Warren a solid floor from game to game, even if his career-best efficiency from three-point range (46 percent) and the charity stripe (92.1 percent) predictably tails off.
Warren finished with 21 points (10-14 FG, 1-2 3Pt), six rebounds, two steals, and one block in 40 minutes during Monday's 118-101 loss to the Thunder. Warren scored at least 20 points for the third consecutive game Monday, hitting 10-of-14 attempts on his way to a team-high 21 points. He also played a whopping 40 minutes and has likely secured the starting power forward spot moving forward. Ryan Anderson was not even in the rotation for this one, leaving Warren as the player to own.
Warren scored 25 points (7-15 FG, 4-10 3Pt, 7-7 FT) while adding five rebounds, three blocks, an assist and a steal in 37 minutes during Saturday's 119-99 loss to the Pelicans. The Suns' frontcourt got very little help in this one, as Warren and rookie Deandre Ayton combined for 45 points, but only one other Phoenix player even scored in double digits. Warren's now scored 20-plus points four times in 11 games, but he's also scored 10 points or less in four games, and moving back into the starting lineup won't guarantee that his production returns to last year's levels.
Warren finished with 29 points (9-17 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 8-8 FT), seven rebounds, one assist, one steal, and one block in 41 minutes during Thursday's 116-109 loss to Boston. Warren was back in the starting lineup Thursday and went off for a season-high 29 points. After a dismal showing Tuesday, Warren was able to get things going again hitting 9-of-17 field goals and 8-of-8 free-throws. Despite some inconsistencies, Warren is having a solid season and this performance may be enough to keep him in the starting lineup given the current for of Ryan Anderson.
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