Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Minutes Per Game
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Rebounds Per Game
Blocks Per Game
Steals Per Game
2022 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2021 127341.1 34.7 24.3 5.7 6.9 0.4 2.2
2020 208538.6 33.7 23.3 5.2 6.7 0.4 1.2
3y Avg. 158937.8 32.7 23.0 4.9 6.5 0.5 1.5
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Won't suit up Friday

    George won't take the floor during Friday's international clash with Maccabi Ra'anana in Seattle, Justin Russo of the 'Clip & Roll' podcast reports. George joins a pack of Clippers vets who will sit out the contest due to rest, but there's nothing to be concerned about, given the reason behind his absence. His next opportunity to make his 2022-23 preseason debut arrives Monday against Portland.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Out due to health protocols

    George has entered health and safety protocols and will miss Friday's play-in game against New Orleans, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. George registered 34 points (10-24 FG, 6-12 3Pt, 8-11 FT), seven rebounds, five assists and three steals across 41 minutes during Tuesday's 109-104 loss to the Timberwolves. COVID-19 related absences have taken a sharp downturn in the latter portion of this season, but the potential for missed games is still real. George landed in protocols in about the worst time possible -- an elimination game -- and if the Clippers manage to advance without him, it's possible he wouldn't be available for Game 1 of the first-round matchup against the Suns. In his absence, Norman Powell and Reggie Jackson will have to take on an increased playmaking burden, and the Clippers are also losing their best defender in George. Luke Kennard (hamstring), who is a candidate to see increased minutes, is questionable. If he's out as well, look for Terance Mann and Amir Coffey to get extra action.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Explodes in second half

    George registered 34 points (10-24 FG, 6-12 3Pt, 8-11 FT), seven rebounds, five assists and three steals across 41 minutes during Tuesday's 109-104 loss to the Timberwolves. After a slow start, George turned on the gas in the third quarter, scoring 17 of his 34 points in that stanza. George had no trouble with Anthony Edwards defending him, and once his shot was dialed in for the second half, he was virtually unstoppable. His return to the starting lineup is a big reason why the Clippers staved off elimination altogether, but they'll need one more stellar outing for their marquee player to move forward.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Won't play Sunday

    George (rest) will not play in Sunday's regular-season finale against Oklahoma City, Andrew Greif of the LA Times reports. The Clippers are locked in as the No. 8 seed in the West, so they'll use Sunday as an opportunity to build in some extra rest for George before Tuesday's play-in tournament matchup against the Timberwolves. Marcus Morris and Norman Powell will also rest Sunday.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Flirts with triple-double

    George (rest) contributed 23 points (8-14 FG, 6-9 3Pt, 1-2 FT), eight rebounds, 12 assists and two steals across 34 minutes during Saturday's 117-98 victory over Sacramento. George's tour-de-force performance will be his last of the regular season, as the Clippers will rest him so that he's fresh for the play-in game against the Timberwolves. George collected a season-high 12 assists in the lopsided victory and has now scored 20 or more points in three of his last five games.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Fills stat sheet in win

    George registered 19 points (4-11 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 9-11 FT), nine rebounds, four assists, two blocks and three steals across 28 minutes during Wednesday's 113-109 win over the Suns. George struggled a bit from the field but ranked second on the Clippers in points, rebounds and assists in the victory. He also thrived on the defensive end with three steals and two blocks. George is averaging 22.5 points, 5.5 assists, 5.0 rebounds, 3.8 three-pointers and 3.0 steals in four contests since returning from a 43-game absence in late March.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Scores 15, Clippers roll

    George closed with 15 points (5-15 FG, 5-7 3Pt), five rebounds, seven assists and two steals across 29 minutes during Sunday's 119-100 victory over New Orleans. George got hot from three early on and the Clippers were able to mostly coast through the second half of what turned into a blowout victory. This was George's quietest game since he returned from a lengthy injury absence, and he ended up seeing only 29 minutes. With three games remaining in the regular season, George will continue to ramp himself up before the postseason.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Off injury report

    George (elbow) is off the injury report for Sunday's game against the Pelicans, Ohm Youngmisuk of reports. Most of the Clippers' key starters, including George, got the night off against the Bucks on Friday. They're all expected to be back in action Sunday. In his first two games back, George has totaled 56 points, 11 assists, six rebounds, seven steals and one block in 63 minutes.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Out Friday

    George is out Friday against the Bucks due to right elbow injury maintenance, Mirjam Swanson of the Los Angeles Daily News reports. The Clippers are resting most key players Friday, so it'll be a skeleton crew against the Bucks. Luke Kennard, Terance Mann and Amir Coffey should see extra minutes in the backcourt.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Scores 22 points Thursday

    George racked up 22 points (7-20 FG, 2-9 3Pt, 6-7 FT), four rebounds, five assists and three steals in 32 minutes during Thursday's 135-130 overtime loss to the Bulls. George struggled from deep in his second contest following a 43-game absence, but he still managed to finish second on Los Angeles in scoring. The star forward contributed a team-best three steals but was held out of the entire overtime period as head coach Ty Lue decided to take no chances with his workload. With the Clippers locked into a play-in berth, George will look to ramp up his conditioning down the stretch in anticipation of the postseason.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Not on injury report

    George is not listed on the Clippers' injury report ahead of Thursday's game at Chicago, Andrew Greif of the LA Times reports. George made his return from a lengthy injury absence Tuesday night and played close to a full workload, seeing 31 minutes on his way to a dazzling 34-point performance. His right elbow has apparently responded well, though the Clippers are entering a back-to-back set, so it's very possible George could be held out of Friday night's game against Milwaukee.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Returns with dazzling 34-point game

    George (elbow) accumulated 34 points (10-20 FG, 6-9 3Pt, 8-11 FT), six assists, four steals, two rebounds and one block across 31 minutes during Tuesday's 121-115 win over Utah. George returned from a three-month absence with a tour de force against a tough Jazz squad. The 31-year-old saw a healthy minutes load right off the bat, and given that he's not returning from a lower-body injury, he likely won't face any restrictions moving forward, even with the Clippers facing a Thursday/Friday back-to-back set in Chicago and Milwaukee, respectively. Any fantasy managers who were hesitant to activate George ahead of Tuesday's game can do so now with confidence.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Will play Tuesday

    George (elbow) will play in Tuesday's contest against the Jazz, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. He will be on a minutes limit. As expected, George will take the floor for the first time since Dec. 22. It remains unclear how much playing time the star forward will get, as the Clippers will likely want to ease him back into the mix. Regardless, his presence alone should make a huge impact for a Clippers squad that has been without their top two players for the majority of the season.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Expected to play Tuesday

    Ohm Youngmisuk of said on NBA Today that, barring a setback, George (elbow) is expected to suit up Tuesday against the Jazz. George has been ramping up his rehab recently and was seen taking part in 5-on-5 drills during practices this week, but in a surprising turn of events, the star forward is actually expected to return to the court Tuesday. If he does play, it'll mark his first game action since suffering a right elbow sprain at the end of December. Youngmisuk also relays that Norman Powell (foot) may be available to return to practice within the next two weeks, but there's still no update on Kawhi Leonard (knee).
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Takes part in 5-on-5 practice

    Clippers head coach Tyronn Lue said George (elbow) went through 5-on-5 practice Sunday and will do so again Monday, but he refused to provide a definitive return timetable, Ohm Youngmisuk of reports. George has not played since Dec. 22, missing the Clippers' last 42 contests due to a sprained right elbow. His return to practice is certainly an encouraging sign, but it remains unclear if he'll be able to return soon enough to have an impact on fantasy playoffs. Regardless, it appears Los Angeles -- who currently sits in eighth place in the Western Conference -- will be getting at least one its stars back for a potential playoff run.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Back at practice for first time

    George (elbow) took part in Thursday's practice for the first time since December, Tomer Azarly of Clutch Points reports. The Clippers have released very few details about George's recovery from a sprained right elbow, which extends all the way back to December. It's been a lengthy process for the star wing, but getting back on the practice court is a major step in the right direction. He'll remain out for Friday's game against the 76ers, but if George continues to progress and ramp up, it's possible he could make his return to action as early as sometime next week. George has not played since Dec. 22, missing the Clippers' last 42 contests.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Not cleared for full shooting work

    George (elbow) has been limited to shooting within 17 feet of the hoop while participating in the Clippers' recent team shootarounds, Law Murray of The Athletic reports. Since Murray's report is from March 9, it's possible that George has taken some steps forward in his recovery over the past week, but head coach Tyronn Lue nor anyone else in the organization has disclosed as much. With that in mind, George's return probably shouldn't be viewed as imminent, as he'll not only need to prove that his sprained right elbow doesn't affect his shooting from any distance, but he'll also need to regain conditioning by taking part in full practices after having not played since Dec. 22. The Clippers aren't shutting George down and seemingly remain optimistic that he'll play again in 2021-22, though his absence appears destined to stretch into April at this stage.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Remains without timetable

    Clippers head coach Ty Lue said Friday that George (elbow) remains without a timetable to return, Mark Medina of reports. Lue said that George is feeling better and progressing in his recovery, but the coach also indicated that he isn't sure whether the 31-year-old will be able to return prior to the end of the season. George underwent an MRI on Friday, but the results of his test aren't yet known. Even if the results are encouraging, he's still expected to require a two-week ramp-up period prior to returning to game action, so he'll likely be sidelined until at least mid-March.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: MRI pushed to Friday

    George's (elbow) upcoming MRI has been moved from Thursday to Friday, Andrew Greif of the Los Angeles Times reports. Though Clippers president of basketball operations Lawrence Frank said earlier this month that the MRI won't be the end-all be-all with regard to George's status for the remainder of the season, it should at least provide more clarity about when or if the seven-time All-Star will play again in 2021-22. If George receives good news following the MRI, he's still expected to require a two-week ramp-up period to get himself back into game shape, so he doesn't appear likely to make his return to the Clippers lineup until around mid-March at the soonest.
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  • Clippers' Paul George: Slated to miss first week of March

    George (elbow) is expected to need a "two-week ramp-up period" before returning to game action if his MRI on Thursday reveals positive news, Justin Russo of the 'Clip & Roll' podcast reports. George has been shut down since late December due to his right elbow sprain, but his MRI should provide a better idea of his return timetable. Even if doctors determine he'll be able to play through the injury rather than undergoing season-ending surgery, he'll require several weeks to ramp up the intensity of his workouts and regain his conditioning before he's cleared to return to game action. If his MRI results are encouraging, there's a chance that George could be back at some point during the fantasy playoffs.
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