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2021 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2020 127722.8 29.5 14.6 2.6 3.2 0.3 0.9
2019 160123.9 29.3 15.3 3.3 2.7 0.2 0.8
3y Avg. 93023.8 29.9 15.3 3.1 3.0 0.2 0.9
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Says he's fully healthy

    Nunn (knee) said Tuesday that he feels 100 percent healthy, per Spectrum SportsNet. Nunn missed all of 2021-22 due to a right knee injury suffered in the preseason. Unsurprisingly, he exercised his player option for 2022-23 and is expected to be a part of the Lakers' plans for this upcoming season. Two seasons ago with Miami, he saw 29.5 minutes per game and averaged 14.6 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.6 assists. He's expected to fight for backup guard minutes this season with Austin Reaves, Lonnie Walker and others.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Will exercised 2022-23 option

    Nunn (knee) intends to exercise his $5.25 million player option for 2022-23, Jake Fischer of BleacherReport.com reports. After he was sidelined for the entire 2021-22 season with a right knee bone bruise suffered during the preseason, Nunn's decision to take the guaranteed money for 2022-23 comes as little surprise, as he was unlikely to garner that sort of commitment from a team if he chose to test his luck on the open market. Nunn's expiring deal could make him a useful trade chip for the Lakers, who are expected to overhaul their roster this summer on the heels of a disappointing season.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Expected out for rest of season

    Nunn (knee) is not expected to play this season, Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports reports. Nunn notably suffered a setback in his recovery in mid-January, and that is likely what put any return this season in jeopardy. He'll end up not having played a regular-season game, only taking part in preseason action before suffering the injury.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Out until March

    Nunn (knee) won't be available until at least March, Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times reports. Nunn will have to wait at least another month before possibly making his Lakers' debut, as the guard underwent an exam Tuesday that confirmed a bone bruise in his right knee. Coach Frank Vogel mentioned that he is hopeful that Nunn will play this year, but it isn't clear just when the guard will be able to.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Not close to return

    Nunn (knee) remains without a timetable, and coach Frank Vogel intimated Monday that he's not close to making his Lakers debut, Ryan Ward of Lakers Nation reports. Vogel said Nunn is "still not really ramped up to where he's close to playing," so it looks like he won't be back on the floor anytime soon. When the Lakers signed Nunn back in August, it looked like a fantastic value deal for a team in need of depth, but Nunn's recovery has not gone as planned, and at this point it's fair to wonder if he'll return at any point this season.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Suffers setback

    Nunn (knee) has suffered a setback in his rehab and his 2021 debut will be delayed, Mike Trudell of the Lakers' official site reports. The Lakers have been quiet on the subject of Nunn's timetable for a return, and this latest update of a setback isn't what prospective fantasy managers want to hear. The team will likely scale back the intensity of Nunn's workouts as a result, though the Lakers have yet to reveal a rehab plan for Nunn moving forward.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Still no timetable

    Nunn (knee) remains without a timetable to make his Lakers debut, Trevor Lane of Lakers Nation reports. Coach Frank Vogel said Nunn continues to go through individual, on-court work, but it remains unclear when he'll be able to move on to five-on-five, full-contact drills. The Lakers could desperately use Nunn's scoring and playmaking off the bench, so the hope is that he can join the rotation sometime within the next month or so. As a member of the Heat last season, Nunn averaged 14.6 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.2 threes (38.1% 3Pt) per game.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Clears protocol, remains out

    Nunn (knee) cleared the NBA's COVID-19 health and safety protocols Sunday but remains out indefinitely, Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times reports. Though Nunn is out of the health and safety protocols just two days after being deactivated, he's not expected to be available to play until January while he recovers from soreness as well as a bone bruise of his right knee, an injury he suffered during the preseason. The 26-year-old isn't a lock to be included in the rotation when he eventually returns.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Enters COVID-19 protocols

    Nunn (knee) has entered health and safety protocols, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Nunn hasn't played in a single game this season and is out with a knee injury, so him being placed in the protocols shouldn't impact the Lakers' rotation. However, in the bigger picture, this is yet another player that has had to enter protocols in a short amount of time. With a growing number of players around the league landing in the health and safety protocols, it's not yet clear whether Nunn's placement in the protocols will lead to more Lakers spending time away from the team.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Likely out three more weeks

    Coach Frank Vogel said Monday that Nunn (knee) isn't expected to return in December, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports. Nunn has yet to play this season due to a knee injury, and based on Vogel's comments, it doesn't appear as if he is anywhere close to making his Lakers debut. The 6-foot-2 guard is expected to be out for the remainder of the calendar year (13 games) and will likely be evaluated sometime in January. Austin Reaves, Wayne Ellington and Talen Horton-Tucker should all continue to benefit from Nunn's extended absence.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Without timetable for return

    Nunn (knee) remains without a firm timetable for a return, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports. Nunn has yet to take the floor this season due to a knee injury, and head coach Frank Vogel stated Monday that he's "still a ways away" from a return. He'll be considered out for the foreseeable future until the team provides an update that indicates otherwise.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: To be re-evaluated in 2-3 weeks

    Nunn (ankle) underwent an MRI on his knee after developing soreness, which revealed a bone bruise. He will be re-evaluated in two to three weeks, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports. Nunn was initially missing time due to an ankle injury but developed knee soreness someplace along the way. With the guard sidelined for at least two weeks, Rajon Rondo, Malik Monk and Avery Bradley should continue carrying the reserve backcourt minutes.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Out for opener

    Nunn (ankle) is out Wednesday against the Warriors, Mike Trudell of the Lakers' official site reports. Nunn will sit out the first game of the year due to a sprained right ankle. Extra minutes could be in store for Malik Monk, Rajon Rondo and Kent Bazemore as a result.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Questionable against Warriors

    Nunn (ankle) is questionable for Tuesday's regular-season opener against the Warriors, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports. Nunn missed the Lakers' final two preseason games due to a right ankle sprain but was able to practice Sunday. If the 26-year-old is able to suit up against the Warriors, he should see increased playing time with Wayne Ellington (hamstring) sidelined.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Practices Sunday

    Nunn (ankle) took part in Sunday's practice, Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times reports. Though he sat out multiple preseason games with the sprained right ankle, Nunn's presence on the court for practice could put him on track for Tuesday's season opener versus the Warriors. The Lakers will be missing Talen Horton-Tucker (thumb) and Trevor Ariza (ankle) for that contest and Wayne Ellington (hamstring) is also uncertain to play after not practicing Sunday, so Nunn could have a path to decent minutes against Golden State.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Practices Sunday

    Nunn (ankle) was an active participant during team practice Sunday, according to Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times. Though an ankle sprain forced him to sit out multiple preseason games, Nunn could be available and utilized during the Lakers' upcoming regular-season opener Tuesday versus Golden State.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Will not play Thursday

    Nunn (ankle) has officially been ruled out for Thursday's preseason finale against the Kings, Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee reports. Nunn will miss his second consecutive preseason game with a right ankle sprain. He should be considered questionable for the Lakers' season opener next Tuesday against the Warriors.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Out with ankle sprain

    Nunn won't play in Tuesday's preseason game against the Warriors due to a right ankle sprain, Ryan Ward of LakersNation.com reports. It's unclear as to when Nunn picked up the ankle injury, but it's not surprising that the team will hold him out in the preseason. He'll be considered day-to-day moving forward.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Scores nine points in 24 minutes

    Nunn finished Sunday's preseason opener against the Nets with nine points (4-10 FG, 1-4 3Pt), seven rebounds and one assist. Making his Lakers debut, the free-agent signee started at one guard spot with both LeBron James and Russell Westbrook resting. In 24 minutes of action, Nunn turned in a well-rounded effort, though he converted only one of his four attempts from three. During the regular season, Nunn figures to spend most of his time in a bench role, but after a pair of strong seasons in Miami, he could emerge as the Lakers' first guard off the bench.
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  • Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Set to join Lakers

    Nunn and the Lakers have agreed to terms on a two-year, $10 million contract, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. After the Heat rescinded Nunn's qualifying offer earlier Tuesday, the guard turned around and worked out a deal with the Lakers. Charania notes that Nunn turned down more money with the Knicks, among other teams, to join a title-contender in Los Angeles. With Nunn in the fold, the Lakers have completely re-tooled their roster around LeBron James and Anthony Davis, swapping out some depth pieces to bring in a third star in Russell Westbrook. Nunn will likely vie for minutes at both guard spots alongside Wayne Ellington, Talen Horton-Tucker, Malik Monk and Kent Bazemore. The Illinois product is coming off of averaging 14.6 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.2 made threes (38.1% 3Pt) per game for the Heat last season.
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