Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
mpg
Minutes Per Game
ppg
Points Per Game
apg
Assists Per Game
rpg
Rebounds Per Game
bpg
Blocks Per Game
spg
Steals Per Game
2021 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2020 8421 29.2 15.5 1.3 3.5 0.0 0.5
2019 183227.3 32.9 19.8 1.5 4.2 0.5 1.2
3y Avg. 92125.6 32.1 18.3 1.4 4.0 0.5 1.1

Fantasy News

  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Lands in Brooklyn

    Warren (foot) agreed Tuesday with the Nets on a one-year deal, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Since he was one of the standout performers at the NBA bubble in Orlando during the resumption of the 2019-20 season, Warren has appeared in just four games over the subsequent two campaigns. Though he's now fully recovered from the two stress fractures in his left foot that kept him sidelined for extended time the past two years, Warren's injury history likely played a part in him settling for a one-year, prove-it deal with Brooklyn. Warren's outlook for the upcoming campaign will likely hinge on whether Kevin Durant and/or Kyrie Irving are moved elsewhere this summer, but if the Nets' current core remains in place, the 28-year-old Warren may have to settle for a role on the second unit. Warren has been an efficient scorer throughout his career, and he showcased more range in his last two full seasons, converting more than 40 percent of his three-point attempts with the Suns in 2018-19 and the Pacers in 2019-20.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Won't return this season

    Warren (foot) has fully recovered from consecutive stress fractures in his left foot but will remain out for the Pacers' final 12 games to prepare for next season, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Warren last suited up for a game Dec. 29, 2020, with the two stress fractures preventing him from playing since. Initially, there was optimism that he'd be able to return this season, but his recovery didn't go as hoped. It's good news that he's fully recovered and can resume basketball activities, but with the Pacers less than competitive down the stretch, it doesn't make sense for either party to risk his return with less than a month left. When healthy, Warren has proven to be an efficient scorer. During the 2019-20 campaign, he averaged 19.8 points on 53.6 percent shooting from the field, 40.3 percent from deep and 81.9 percent from the charity stripe.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Coach provides no update

    Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle said Thursday that he had "no update" on Warren's (foot) rehab program, suggesting the forward hasn't taken any major steps forward since he resumed practicing following the All-Star break, James Boyd of The Indianapolis Star reports. Given that Warren has been traveling with the team, he seemingly has avoided a setback and isn't being shut down, but it's still unclear if he's actually on track to play this season. Warren underwent surgery Jan. 5, 2021 to address a stress reaction of his right foot, and while a procedure of that sort typically doesn't require more than a year of recovery time, the Pacers may be inclined to proceed carefully with the 28-year-old, who has a history of foot problems. Moreover, the 22-45 Pacers are firmly out of the playoff race, so the team isn't overly incentivized to run Warren back on the court over its final 15 games with little at stake in the standings.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Practicing, but no timeline

    Warren (foot) participated in the majority of practice Wednesday but remains without a timetable for making his season debut, James Boyd of The Indianapolis Star reports. The Pacers have been tight-lipped about where exactly Warren stands in his recovery from the surgery he underwent Jan. 5, 2021 to address a stress reaction in his left foot. He was cleared to increase basketball activities in early January, and the fact that he was able to practice in the Pacers' first session out of the All-Star break at least suggests that he's progressing. Warren will likely continue to gradually ramp up the intensity of his workouts, but the non-playoff-contending Pacers won't be incentivized to rush the forward back into action. If and when Warren plays this season, he'll likely face a strict minutes limit, at least initially.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Clears COVID protocols

    Warren (foot) cleared the COVID-19 protocols Wednesday and can return to Indiana's facility to continue his rehab work, James Boyd of The Indianapolis Star reports. Warren landed in the health and safety protocols in early January, but he's now clear of those protocols and can resume his regular rehab work. Coach Rick Carlisle recently said the 28-year-old has been cleared to increase his basketball activities, though his return remains weeks away from making his season debut, at best.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Cleared to increase activities

    Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle said Sunday that Warren (foot) has been cleared to increase his basketball activities after a recent scan showed favorable results. "It's very good news. It's still weeks away if things continue to progress as they have been," Carlisle said, regarding when Warren might make his season debut. Warren was placed in the NBA's health and safety protocols Jan. 2, so making a full recovery from the virus will be the first order of business before he returns to the Pacers facility to continue his rehab work. Assuming he's able to resume working out at some point during the upcoming week, Warren's season debut still seems unlikely to come until at least February, given how Carlisle described the forward's timeline. Warren is more than a year removed from surgery to address a fractured left foot, a procedure he underwent Jan. 5, 2021.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Enters COVID-19 protocols

    Warren (foot) entered the league's health and safety protocols Sunday, James Boyd of The Indianapolis Star reports. Warren hasn't played in a game since Dec. 20, 2020 after developing a stress fracture in his left foot that eventually led to surgery. The 28-year-old forward isn't expected to return to game action for at least a couple more weeks, and while his move into the health and safety protocols won't necessarily cause him to miss games, it will cost him some ramp-up time and could push back his season debut to the second half of January, if not later.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Seen shooting at practice

    Warren (foot) was spotted taking part in shooting drills during Sunday's practice, Tony East of the West Indianapolis Community News reports. "It's huge for team morale, it's huge for him," teammate Caris LeVert said of Warren's presence at practice. "He's had a long journey back, and we can't wait for him to continue to get healthy." Warren has remained out of commission since Dec. 29, 2020 after developing a stress fracture in his left foot that later required surgery. Though the Pacers were optimistic that Warren would be ready to go for the start of the regular season, he was still donning a walking boot in training camp, making it clear his absence would stretch deep into the campaign. The team has yet to provide an official timeline for Warren to make his 2021-22 debut, though more clarity on that front could come when he undergoes additional scans on his foot later this month or in early January. Even if the scans bring good news, Warren will still likely require multiple weeks of ramp-up and conditioning work before he's ready to play in games.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Won't play in December

    Warren (foot) will not play in December and will not have another scan until later this month or early January. There has been essentially no positive news regarding Warren's injury progress or availability for this season, which is incredibly discouraging for any fantasy managers that took a late-round gamble on the forward. He's practically a must-drop at this point in standard leagues that don't have multiple IR spots.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: January return appears likelier

    Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle downplayed the possibility of Warren (foot) being ready to make his season debut in late December when asked about the forward's recovery timeline Tuesday, James Boyd of The Indianapolis Star reports. "I know that there's some stuff out there that's talking about a timeline for him to return possibly late December or January," Carlisle said. "I haven't been told that that's an impossibility, but I would caution everybody, and I just don't like there being an undue pressure, you know, of a timeline on this. This has turned into more of a long-term thing. He's doing phenomenally well compared to where he was nine or 10 weeks ago." Carlisle's comments were a direct response to a report from Shams Charania of The Athletic a day prior, which suggested that Warren could make his debut in late December of early January. However, unless Warren makes dramatic progress in the next few weeks in his recovery from the left foot surgery he underwent Jan. 5, 2021, he looks like he won't return to the court until more than a year after undergoing the procedure. Given the long layoff from game action as well as Warren's poor track record on the health front, he'll likely be on a minutes limit for several contests upon returning, if not for the remainder of the 2021-22 season.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Targeting late-December return

    The Pacers are optimistic that Warren (foot) could make his season debut sometime in late December or January, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. The Pacers haven't said much about Warren's recovery since the season began, but Charania notes that he recently shed his walking boot and is progressing in his recovery from surgery on his left foot. Warren has appeared in only four games since the start of last season, and even in a best-case scenario, he'll miss seven or eight more weeks. For now, Warren is worth stashing in an IR spot if you have room, but he likely won't be back up to full speed until sometime in late January or February.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Still in boot, weeks away

    Warren (foot) remains in a walking boot and is weeks away from a return despite recent scans suggesting he's recovering well, Scott Agness of FieldhouseFiles.com reports. Fantasy managers who are stashing Warren in an IR spot shouldn't be too bothered by this news, but it may be tough to hang onto him with a standard bench spot if his absence extends to mid-November. Plus, the ramp-up period will likely take a while, and the possibility always remains of him sitting out back-to-backs.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Still without return timetable

    Coach Rick Carlisle said Friday that Warren (foot) still doesn't have a timetable to return, Tony East of the West Indianapolis Community News reports. Warren underwent a scan Tuesday and received encouraging news, but the Pacers won't rush him back into action. The 28-year-old will undergo another scan in approximately three weeks and is still considered week-to-week.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: To be evaluated in three weeks

    Warren (foot) is expected to be re-evaluated in three weeks, Akeem Glaspie of the Indianapolis Star reports. Warren is still being considered out indefinitely by the team, but the Pacers are optimistic a return could happen shortly after the regular season begins. "Hopefully it'll be weeks and not months, that's the hope," said head coach Rick Carlisle. "It's important for him to keep a very upbeat view of things. The healing process with people is always better and more aggressive when you have a great attitude about it and he has." Glaspie notes that Warren's injury is in a difficult spot, which is the cause for the slow recovery process. The team will send him for additional imaging in three weeks to take a look at how his foot is progressing.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Remains out indefinitely

    Warren's stress fracture in his left foot is healing slowly during the rehab process and remains out indefinitely, Marc J. Spears of ESPN.com reports. Warren underwent surgery on his foot Jan. 5 and missed the remainder of the 2020-21 season. He appeared in just four games and averaged 15.5 points and 3.5 rebounds over 29.3 minutes per game. The 28-year-old may start the 2021-22 campaign on the sidelines, but he took to Twitter to tell his fans that he is doing the 'rehab process right' so that he can get back to the court as soon as possible.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Ruled out for season

    The Pacers announced Thursday that Warren (foot) has been ruled out for the remainder of the season. Warren has been sidelined indefinitely after he underwent foot surgery Jan. 5, and he'll officially miss the remainder of the season while he recovers. The 27-year-old appeared in just four games this year and averaged 15.5 points and 3.5 rebounds over 29.3 minutes per contest.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: 'Months away' from return

    Warren (foot) remains confined to a walking boot and is believed to be "months away" from making his return to game action, Scott Agness of FieldhouseFiles.com reports. The Pacers have been listing Warren as out indefinitely since he underwent surgery in early January to address a stress fracture in his left foot. Fantasy managers who had been holding Warren with the hope that he could be ready to play soon after the All-Star break may have to scale back their expectations, as Agness' report suggests that the 27-year-old likely won't be available until April, if not later in the regular season or playoffs. Even when he gets the green light to play again, Warren will likely be subject to a minutes restriction, and he could be held out of one half of back-to-back sets.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Not close to on-court activity

    Warren (foot) has been cleared to begin his rehab but isn't close to participating in on-court drills, Tony East of the West Indianapolis Community News reports. While it's positive news that Warren is getting into his rehab, it doesn't appear as though he'll be returning anytime soon. "I don't think he's close to being on the court yet," stated head coach Nate Bjorkgren. Expect the Pacers to provide updates on Warren as he clears certain hurdles in his rehab.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Undergoes surgery Tuesday

    Warren (foot) underwent surgery on Tuesday, Scott Agness of FieldhouseFiles.com reports. As expected, Warren underwent surgery to address the stress fracture in his foot. He remains out indefinitely. In his absence, Aaron Holiday has moved into the starting lineup.
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  • Pacers' T.J. Warren: Requires surgery

    Warren will need surgery to repair a stress fracture in his foot and will be out indefinitely, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Warren was ruled out for Thursday's contest due to left foot soreness, but the issue is apparently more severe than first anticipated. A timetable for his return hasn't yet been established. Aaron Holiday started in Thursday's game, but Justin Holiday, Edmond Sumner and Doug McDermott could see increased playing time in Warren's absence.
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