Jerian Grant

#22 PG / Orlando Magic / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 205 lb Age: 26 College: Notre Dame

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    Magic's Jerian Grant: Scores nine points in Sunday's loss

    Jerian Grant had nine points (3-4 FG, 3-4 3Pt), five rebounds, and one assist in 17 minutes during Sunday's 105-97 loss to the Grizzlies.Grant has combined to earn 37 minutes across the last two contests with Isaiah Briscoe (knee) out. Given the lack of competition for playing time behind starting point guard D.J. Augustin, Grant will likely continue to earn decent minutes while operating as Augustin's primary backup unless Briscoe is able to return to the lineup sooner than he was originally expected.

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    Magic's Jerian Grant: Sliding down depth chart

    Jerian Grant finished with zero points (0-1 FG, 0-1 3Pt) and one assist across five minutes Monday in the Orlando Magic's 111-95 loss to the Kings.Grant has now received five minutes or fewer in three straight games and looks like he could be excluded from the rotation entirely in more competitive contests. Isaiah Briscoe (17 minutes) and Jonathon Simmons (12 minutes) both received more playing time than Grant and likely rank as coach Steve Clifford's preferred options to back up starting point guard D.J. Augustin.

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    Magic's Jerian Grant: Returns to bench

    Jerian Grant will come off the bench Wednesday against the Bulls, John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com reports.With D.J. Augustin (ankle) back in the lineup, Grant will resume his usual bench role. During December, he averaged 4.0 points, 2.5 assists and 1.5 rebounds across 17.2 minutes.

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    Magic's Jerian Grant: Flops in starting role

    Jerian Grant started at point guard and logged nine points (4-10 FG, 1-4 3Pt), five assists and two rebounds across 26 minutes Monday in the Orlando Magic's 125-100 loss to the Hornets.Grant entered the starting five with D.J. Augustin (ankle) and delivered elevated production compared to normal, but his statistical output was still disappointing in the context of the opportunity available to him. Part of the problem was the fact the Magic were trailing by 18 points after three quarters, prompting coach Steve Clifford to ride backup point guard Isaiah Briscoe (27 minutes) more heavily amid the blowout loss. If Augustin remains out Wednesday against the lowly Bulls, Grant should have a better chance at logging more extensive minutes and seeing his production tick up with the Magic likely to keep that game more competitive.

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    Magic's Jerian Grant: Moving into starting five

    Jerian Grant will start Monday's game against Charlotte, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reports.The Orlando Magic will be without D.J. Augustin, so Grant will fill in at point guard, with Isaiah Briscoe in line for some minutes off the bench. Grant's role has dwindled of late, as he's played just nine combined minutes over the last two games, but he should be set for a significant bump in playing time Monday.

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    Magic's Jerian Grant: Scores five points in 26 minutes

    Jerian Grant supplied five points (1-2 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three rebounds, three assists, and one steal in 26 minutes during Friday's 112-90 loss to the Pacers.Grant has earned 20-plus minutes in all three December matchups. However, he remains firmly behind veteran point guard D.J. Augustin on the team's depth chart. Grant put together decent per-game averages of 4.6 points (43.5 FG, 43.8 3Pt, 50.0 FT), 4.0 assists, 1.8 rebounds, 1.0 steal, 0.9 threes, and 0.1 blocks in 19.1 minutes during November. It's fairly unlikely the efficiency will hold, so those in deep leagues benefitting from Grant's steady play over the last month or so should enjoy it while it lasts.

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    Magic's Jerian Grant: Swipes three steals in Friday's loss

    Jerian Grant registered seven points (3-7 FG, 1-3 3Pt), three steals, two assists, and one rebound in 25 minutes during Friday's 120-88 loss to the Hornets.Grant remains an inefficient scorer with a shaky jumper whose best abilities are defense and dishing. He has seen more minutes than veteran starter D.J. Augustin in each of the first two games, but it's unclear how much time the Orlando Magic plan to commit to Grant.

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    Magic's Jerian Grant: Will be dealt to Orlando

    Jerian Grant, along with Timofey Mozgov, has been dealt to the Orlando Magic in principle in a three-team deal that includes Bismack Biyombo moving to Charlotte and Julyan Stone heading to Chicago, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.Grant was unlikely to find significant run on the Bulls this season with the organization committed to Kris Dunn and Cameron Payne. In being dealt to Orlando -- a team that traded its starting point guard, Elfrid Payton, in February -- Grant will have an opportunity to play a rotational role and possibly even compete for the starting job.

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    Bulls' Jerian Grant: Career season

    Jerian Grant registered 8.4 points, 4.6 assists and 2.3 rebounds over 74 games played with the Chicago Bulls during the 2017-18 season.Grant a career year in 2017-18 as he managed career bests in points (despite seeing a decline in shooting and free-throw percentage), assists, rebounds and steals. The former Notre Dame star should look to improve his poor 32.6 percent three-point shooting percentage come next season, as that will add another arsenal to his game. The 24-year-old is under contract for next year with a price tag of about $2.6 million with a qualifying offer in 2019-20.

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    Bulls' Jerian Grant: Contributes 13 points off bench Saturday

    Jerian Grant went for 13 points (5-10 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two assists and one rebound across 28 minutes in Saturday's 124-96 loss to the Nets.Grant has developed into a reliable source of second-unit scoring punch over the first four games of April, averaging 13.0 points on 51.3 percent shooting across 26.5 minutes during that stretch. The third-year guard had been rounding out his production with some solid steal numbers prior to Saturday also, as he'd posted multiple swipes in three straight. Given his steady second -unit role, Grant offers some utility as a DFS punt play over the final two games of the campaign.