Recent Games

date min
Minutes
pts
Points
reb
Total Rebounds
ast
Total Assists
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 26, 2023 18 2 2 1 5
Jan 25, 2023 9 2 1 1 5
Jan 22, 2023 11 4 2 1 8
Jan 20, 2023 18 5 3 2 14
Jan 19, 2023 7 3 1 0 3

Fantasy Stats

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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
2022 35514.8 19.0 9.3 1.2 2.9 0.3 0.6
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
3y Avg. 55425.2 31.8 18.2 1.4 3.9 0.4 1.1
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Fantasy News

  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Considered day-to-day

    Coach Jacque Vaughn said Warren (lower leg) is day-to-day with a left shin contusion, Chris Milholen of NetsDaily.com reports. Warren had already been ruled out for Saturday's tilt against the Knicks after being tabbed doubtful and appears to have avoided any long-term injuries. With Ben Simmons (knee) also on the day-to-day schedule, Yuta Watanabe and Markieff Morris will handle more minutes for as long as the pair remain sidelined. Warren's next opportunity to take the floor will come Monday against the Lakers.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Officially out Saturday

    Warren (lower leg) will not take the floor Saturday versus the Knicks, Chris Milholen of NetsDaily.com reports. Warren was deemed doubtful on the initial injury report, so his absence was expected. With both Warren and Ben Simmons (knee) unavailable, Yuta Watanabe and Markieff Morris, among others, will likely be counted on for additional minutes.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Unlikely to play Saturday

    Warren is doubtful for Saturday's game against the Knicks due to a left shin contusion. Warren exited Thursday's game against the Pistons and has been diagnosed with a shin injury that will likely force him to miss at least one matchup. If he's unavailable, Yuta Watanabe and Edmond Sumner (Achilles) would likely see increased run.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Exits early Thursday

    Warren exited early Thursday after suffering a knee contusion against the Pistons, Erik Slater reports. Warren accumulated two points, two rebounds and an assist Thursday before exiting after 18 minutes of action with a knee contusion. Expect Yuta Watanabe and Edmond Sumner to see increased minutes if Warren is forced to miss time.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Available vs. Warriors

    Warren (knee) is available for Sunday's game against Golden State, Kristian Winfield of the New York Daily News reports. Warren was probable for Sunday's matchup, so it's not very surprising to see him able to suit up. He's been held to single-digit scoring totals in three of his last four appearances and has averaged 9.0 points and 3.0 rebounds in 17.8 minutes per game during that time.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: On injury report as probable

    Warren is listed on the injury report as probable for Sunday's game versus the Warriors despite a right knee contusion, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Warren hasn't produced much over the past pair of games, and it's possible the slight knee problem partially explains his recent struggles. Regardless, the knee contusion isn't expected to be enough of an issue to prevent him from taking the floor as usual Saturday. Warren should slot in for double-digit minutes off the bench.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Logs just seven minutes in loss

    Warren provided three points (1-3 FG, 1-2 FT) and one rebound in seven minutes during Thursday's 117-112 loss to the Suns. Warren was the first player off the bench Thursday but managed just seven minutes. There was no word of an injury here, meaning the coaching staff simply opted to go in another direction. Despite the continued absence of Kevin Durant (knee), Warren has been unable to make any waves when it comes to fantasy value. He remains a consideration for anyone in search of points, although as we saw here, even that comes with an element of risk.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Records second 20-point game

    Warren posted 20 points (9-18 FG, 2-5 3Pt), one rebound, one assist and one block in 28 minutes during Thursday's 109-98 loss to Boston. Warren got off to a great start, knocking down his first three field goal attempts to start the game before entering the break with 13 points on 6-of-10 shooting. However, he struggled to find his groove in the second half, going 3-of-8 from the field for another seven points as Brooklyn failed to keep pace with the Celtics down the final stretch. It marked Warren's second game this season with at least 20 points, and he's now shooting 41.7 percent from three in January.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Available Friday

    Warren (ribs) is available for Friday's game against New Orleans. Warren was questionable Friday due to a left rib contusion that he sustained Wednesday against Chicago, but the issue wasn't severe enough to keep him sidelined Friday. He's scored in double figures in seven of his last 10 appearances and has averaged 10.5 points and 3.9 rebounds in 20.9 minutes per game during that time.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Questionable Friday

    Warren (ribs) is questionable for Friday's game against the Pelicans, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Warren exited Wednesday's game against Chicago due to a left rib contusion, and his status for Friday's matchup is still up in the air. If he's unavailable, Yuta Watanabe could see an increased role for Brooklyn.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: WIll not return

    Warren has been ruled out for the remainder of Wednesday's game against the Bulls with a left rib contusion. Warren has exited Wednesday's contest after suffering the rib injury and will not return. In his stead, Yuta Watanabe could see an expanded workload throughout the remainder of the contest. Warren's next chance to play will come Friday in New Orleans.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Excellent performance off bench

    Warren closed Monday's 139-103 win over the Spurs with 18 points (9-13 FG), one rebound, two blocks and two steals in 23 minutes. Warren was highly efficient from the field and made the most of his time off the bench, as he posted his second-best scoring mark of the campaign. The veteran forward has scored in double digits in five of his last six contests, and he should remain a reliable fantasy asset in deep formats.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Season-best outing off bench

    Warren closed Monday's 125-117 win over Cleveland with 23 points (9-14 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 3-3 FT), eight rebounds, two assists and two steals across 27 minutes. Warren led Brooklyn's bench in scoring, finishing third on the team overall while setting a season-high point total. He's surpassed the double-digit mark in points six of his last seven games while shooting 60.3 percent from the field and 43.8 percent from three-point range, but his contributions in other areas are lacking (4.0 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.0 steals and 0.0 blocks per game).
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Puts up 12 points off bench

    Warren finished Friday's 118-100 victory over the Bucks with 12 points (5-11 FG, 2-4 3Pt), six rebounds, three assists and one steal over 21 minutes. Warren turned in an average showing in this one and has now scored in double figures in five of his last six appearances. He's averaging 11.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists over this brief stretch.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Out at Indiana

    Warren is out for Saturday's game at Indiana due to left foot injury management, Chris Haynes of Turner Sports reports. Warren, and almost every other key player on the Nets, is resting for Saturday's game. Brooklyn's remaining skeleton crew will nearly all see increased minutes.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Makes first appearance since 2020

    Warren (foot) logged 17 minutes off the bench and recorded 10 points (5-11 FG, 0-2 3Pt), four rebounds and one steal in Friday's 114-105 win over the Raptors. Playing in his first NBA game in nearly two years, Warren was on a playing-time restriction Friday, but he might not see his minutes push much higher anyway on the occasions Kevin Durant, Ben Simmons (knee) and Nicolas Claxton are available in the frontcourt. The Nets will look to Warren to provide a scoring boost off the second unit, a role he filled effectively Friday during his limited time on the court.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Not on injury report

    Warren (foot) isn't on the injury report for Friday's game against the Raptors. Warren was targeting Friday's matchup to make his season debut, and he's been cleared to make his first NBA appearance since Dec. 29, 2020. The 29-year-old will likely face a minutes restriction during Friday's game, and it's unclear where his production will be after recovering from two surgeries to address stress fractures to his left foot.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Season debut on deck

    Warren (foot) is targeting a home game against the Raptors on Dec. 2 as his potential season debut, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Whenever he's available, Warren will be making his first appearance in an NBA game since Dec. 29, 2020. The veteran wing showed out at the NBA bubble in Orlando during the restart of the 2019-20 season while playing for the Pacers, but it's unclear if he'll be able to return to that level of play after undergoing two different surgeries to address stress fractures to his left foot. He'll likely be under a strict minutes limit and will presumably be available for one half of back-to-back sets in his initial action with Brooklyn.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Practicing against players

    Warren (foot) has progressed from practicing against coaches to practicing against players, Kristian Winfield of the New York Daily News reports. Warren is still without a firm timetable, but this update is encouraging and signals his return may arrive soon. Once available, he'll presumably be competing for minutes against Yuta Watanabe, Markieff Morris and Royce O'Neale.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Nearing return to practice

    Warren (foot) has resumed taking part in on-court contact work and will build up to participating in practices with teammates over the next week or two, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Warren hasn't played an NBA game since Dec. 29, 2020, while recovering from two surgeries to address stress fractures in his left foot. Former Nets head coach Steve Nash said prior to the start of the season that Warren would likely make his 2022-23 debut in November, but the veteran forward doesn't look like he'll be ready to do that until the final week of the month, if not the early part of December. Because of his lengthy time away from the court, Warren will likely face significant playing-time restrictions once he's cleared to play and may struggle to attain fantasy relevance outside of the deepest leagues.
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