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 124242.8 37.6 27.5 5.8 4.4 0.6 1.4
2020 233943.3 34.9 26.9 6.0 4.8 0.7 1.4
3y Avg. 149043.8 35.6 27.4 6.1 4.8 0.6 1.4
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Opts into contract

    Irving has opted into his $37 million player option for the 2022-23 season, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. After a rumor-filled start to the offseason for the Nets, the team can take a deep breath with Irving re-establishing his commitment to the team and fellow superstar Kevin Durant. With Irving back on board alongside Durant and Ben Simmons, Brooklyn seems poised to make a run at winning a title next season. The 30-year-old Irving is now slated to become an unrestricted free agent come the 2023 offseason.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Eventful season comes to end

    Irving ended with 20 points (6-13 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 6-6 FT), five rebounds, five assists and two blocks in 45 minutes during Monday's 116-112 loss to Boston. Being swept by Boston is a fittingly wild and intertwined ending to an embroiled season for Irving. Logging 42.6 minutes per game across the four series losses, Irving averaged 21.3 points per game on 44.4 percent shooting. Irving possesses a player option for next season and seems likely to return to the Nets with hopes of a better ending in mind.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Folds to smothering defense in loss

    Irving finished with 16 points (6-17 FG, 0-7 3Pt, 4-4 FT), three rebounds, nine assists, one block and three steals across 43 minutes during Saturday's 109-103 loss to the Celtics. Although Irving was able to dish the ball around to get him close to a double-double, he had a horrible shooting night overall. He went 0-of-7 beyond the arc in the loss, and his shooting woes were mostly due to Marcus Smart, who almost never yielded an uncontested shot. It's apparent that the combo of Orving and Kevin Durant can't solve the Boston puzzle, and the duo will need a career production run to win four consecutive games.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Struggles in loss

    Irving produced 10 points (4-13 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds, one assist and one block in 40 minutes during Wednesday's 114-107 loss to the Celtics. After a dazzling Game 1 performance, Irving fell flat Wednesday as the Celtics claimed a 2-0 lead in the opening-round series. The point guard's 10 points were his lowest since becoming a full-time player this season and is certainly a cause for concern with Kevin Durant also struggling to find any offensive rhythm against Boston's stifling defense through the first two games. Irving and the Nets will look to bounce back during Game 3 on Saturday in Brooklyn.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Stellar Game 1 performance

    Irving recorded 39 points (12-20 FG, 6-10 3Pt, 9-9 FT), five rebounds, six assists, one block and four steals in 42 minutes during Sunday's 115-114 loss to the Celtics. Irving was extremely efficient en route to his third straight game with at least 30 points. The point guard finished with at least five rebounds and five assists in the same game for the fourth time over his last five appearances, and he also tied his season high with four steals. Since becoming a full-time player 12 games ago, Irving has averaged 28.5 points, 7.0 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 1.7 steals in 40.8 minutes per game.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Electric during play-in victory

    Irving contributed 34 points (12-15 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 7-7 FT), three rebounds, 12 assists and one steal in 42 minutes during Tuesday's 115-108 victory over the Cavaliers. Irving didn't miss a field goal until the second half, finishing with an absurdly-efficient 34 points on 15 shots. Plus, his 12 assists represented a season high, and it was his first 30-and-10 game of the campaign. Now, Irving and the Nets face a playoff series against the point guard's former team, the Celtics. The series tips off Sunday.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Bounces back in huge way

    Irving dropped 35 points (15-20 FG, 4-6 3PT, 1-2 FT), seven rebounds, five assists and one steal in the 134-126 win over Indiana on Sunday. After shooting less than 38.0 percent in three of his four previous games, Irving produced a masterclass from the field. The seven-time All-Star has now posted three games of at least 35 points on 64 percent shooting this season. The veteran guard's shooting volume makes him a threat for 30-plus points on any given night.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Everywhere in win

    Irving produced 24 points (9-26 FG, 3-12 3Pt, 3-3 FT), eight rebounds, seven assists and three steals across 43 minutes during Wednesday's 110-98 victory over the Knicks. Complementing a volume-based scoring performance with strong auxiliary stats, Irving logged a team-high 43 minutes. Irving has now scored at least 24 points in five straight games. Despite a limited sample size of 27 contests, Irving is shooting a career-high 42.0 percent from three this season.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Masterful performance in win

    Irving closed with 42 points (13-24 FG, 8-16 3Pt, 8-8 FT), three rebounds, six assists, one block and two steals across 40 minutes during Tuesday's 118-105 win over the Rockets. Irving connected on at least eight three-pointers for the third time this season en route to his fourth outing with at least 40 points. Over his last four games, the superstar point guard has averaged 30.5 points, 5.3 assists, 2.3 rebounds and 1.5 steals in 42.3 minutes per game. He'll look to maintain his strong play Wednesday against the Knicks.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Hits for 31 in loss

    Irving provided 31 points (12-32 FG, 7-14 3Pt), two rebounds, six assists and one steal over 44 minutes during Saturday's 122-115 loss to Atlanta. He and Kevin Durant combined for 86 points and 15 made threes on the night, but no other Net managed to even reach double digits in scoring. Irving has played in six straight games since New York state lifted its vaccine mandate, averaging 25.0 points, 6.7 assists, 3.8 threes, 2.3 boards and 1.2 steals over that stretch.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Goes for 25 in OT loss

    Irving registered 25 points (9-22 FG, 4-9 3Pt, 3-3 FT), three rebounds, five assists and two steals in 45 minutes during Thursday's 120-119 overtime loss to the Bucks. Irving wasn't sharp from the field but stuffed the stat sheet in what a heartbreaking loss for Brooklyn. He's now scored at least 20 points in four of his last six appearances, including two games where he cleared the 40-point mark in that span. His presence in the lineup on a daily basis certainly provides a boost for the Nets, giving them a reliable second scoring threat behind Kevin Durant.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Recovers from mini-slump

    Irving recorded 24 points (7-18 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 6-6 FT), one rebound, four assists and one steal over 40 minutes during Tuesday's 130-123 victory over the Pistons. Irving found his shot after scoring just 27 points on 33 field-goal attempts over the past two games, notably going just 2-for-14 from deep. He still wasn't efficient from two-point range Tuesday but made up for it with nice three-point shooting and perfection from the charity stripe.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Inefficient in home-debut

    Irving totaled 16 points (6-22 FG, 1-9 3Pt, 3-4 FT), two rebounds, 11 assists and two blocks in 41 minutes during Sunday's 119-110 loss to Charlotte. Irving played his first home game of the season, turning in an oddly inefficient performance. Poor shooting aside, Irving managed to salvage his night by handing out double-digit assists for the first time since early February. He will certainly be much better than this moving forward and although we are at the tail-end of the fantasy season, managers have to be thrilled to now have his services on a full-time basis.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Scores game-high 43 points in loss

    Irving notched 43 points (15-27 FG, 6-11 3Pt, 7-7 FT), two rebounds, eight assists, one block and one steal in 44 minutes during Wednesday's 132-120 loss to the Grizzlies. Irving, who was ineligible for the Nets' previous three contests, scored a game-high 43 points during his first appearance since dropping 60 points on the Magic. He continues to put up stellar numbers as a part-time player, and has averaged 38.7 points, 5.7 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals in 37.0 minutes over his last six outings. However, with the recent change to New York City's vaccine mandate, the point guard will be eligible to play in all 10 of Brooklyn's remaining regular-season games.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Could be playing in home games soon

    There is "increasing hope" that New York City will roll back its vaccine mandate in the near future, which would enable Irving to play in Nets home games, according to a report from Jeff Passan and Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Passan and Wojnarowski relay that New York City Mayor Eric Adams has been working on a plan that would likely include repealing the private-sector vaccine mandates that currently prevent Irving from playing games in the city. While there's no firm timetable -- and no guarantee from Adams' office -- the report notes that "sources believe a plan is progressing that could have Irving on the court as soon as next week." It's no coincidence that this development comes as the start of the MLB season nears. With several New York Yankees and New York Mets players set to be impacted, there appears to be increased pressure to adjust the mandate. As of now, Irving is still ineligible to play in home games, but it looks as though there's a good chance that will change before the start of the postseason.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Eligible to return Wednesday

    Irving will be eligible to play in the Nets' next two games Wednesday at Memphis and Friday at Miami. As has been the case since Irving returned to the Nets as a part-time player in January, he'll be able to play in road games outside of New York City. The Nets are heading out on a two-game road swing, so Irving should be in the starting lineup for both matchups. However, after the two-game set, he'll only be eligible for one of Brooklyn's eight remaining regular-season contests. The Nets get six of their final eight games at home, while one of their road matchups comes against the Knicks, so Irving won't be available for that contest. When active, Irving has looked as locked in and confident as ever, and he enters Wednesday having scored a combined 132 points over his previous three games, headlined by a 50-point effort against the Hornets and a 60-point eruption in his last appearance against the Magic on March 15.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Remains out Monday, back Wednesday

    Irving remains ineligible to play in Monday's home matchup against the Jazz, but he'll be able to return to action for the Nets' next two games Wednesday (at Memphis) and Saturday (at Miami). Monday will mark Irving's third straight absence as Brooklyn finishes out a three-game homestand, but he'll be able to participate in two of the Nets' four games this week, so fantasy managers still holding him will have a difficult decision to make. When active, Irving has been incredibly productive, so it's justifiable to start him despite the limitations, but managers with reliable four-game options may want to consider that path. Looking ahead, Irving will be eligible for just one more regular-season game (April 2 at Atlanta) beyond Saturday's contest at Miami, so unless something changes with New York City's vaccine mandate, it makes sense to drop Irving after this week.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Submits 60-point masterpiece

    Irving tallied a career-high and franchise-record 60 points (20-31 FG, 8-12 3Pt, 12-13 FT) to go with six rebounds, four assists, four steals and one block across 35 minutes Tuesday in the Nets' 150-108 win over the Magic. One night after Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns posted an NBA season-high 60 points, Irving matched that feat, doing so while establishing a new season high in steals. Irving poured in 41 of his points in the first half, clearing the 35-point mark for the third time in five games in the process. Despite a delayed start to the season before the Nets elected to make him a part-time player, Irving has been just as effective as he had been in his first two seasons in Brooklyn. Unfortunately for fantasy managers, Irving won't be back in action again until March 23 in Memphis, as he's ineligible to compete during Brooklyn's upcoming three-game homestand while the vaccine requirement remains in effect at the Barclays Center for all Nets players and employees.
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Can play Tuesday, out next three

    Irving will be eligible to play in Tuesday night's road game at Orlando before the Nets return home for a three-game homestand. Irving was in the building for Sunday's win over the Knicks, though he was relegated to a courtside seat due to New York's ongoing vaccine mandate. With the Nets hitting the road Tuesday, Irving will return to eligibility, but he'll then be unable to play in the team's next three games: Wednesday vs. Dallas, Friday vs. Portland and Monday vs. Utah. Unless something changes on the vaccine front, Irving will be able to play in only four more regular-season contests (including Tuesday).
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  • Nets' Kyrie Irving: Remains ineligible to play Sunday

    Irving will be in attendance for Sunday at the Barclays Center for the Nets' game against the Knicks, though he remains ineligible to play due to New York City's private sector vaccine mandate, Chris Milholen of reports. Earlier this week, mayor Eric Adams announced looser restrictions for New York City's vaccinate mandate, but aside from allowing Irving to attend games at the Barclays Center as a spectator, the new regulations won't result in any changes in his eligibility for home games since he's considered an employee of the Nets. While it's possible the restrictions could be loosened further in the weeks to come, as it stands now, Irving won't be available to play in at least 10 of the Nets' remaining 15 games. The Nets have five road games left on their 2021-22 schedule, and since one of them is at Madison Square Garden against the Knicks, Irving may be eligible to play in only four of them.
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