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Western Pacific Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
64-18 6-4 L1
53-29 6-4 W5
42-40 6-4 W5
33-49 2-8 W2
30-52 5-5 W1

2021 Stats

Minutes Per Game
Points Per Game
Field Goal Percentage
Rebounds Per Game
Assists Per Game
Regular Season 21.1 6.0 57.1 7.3 2.0
Post Season 19.1 6.0 69.1 7.1 1.9

Top Kevon Looney News

  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Records double-double

    Looney contributed 21 points (10-14 FG, 1-1 FT), 12 rebounds and two assists across 32 minutes during Friday's 126-117 win over Dallas in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.

    Looney is not known for his offensive contributions, but he made his presence felt in this one and made an impact on both ends of the court while also displaying high levels of efficiency. However, this was his first double-double of the postseason, so he's not expected to keep putting up these numbers on a regular basis.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Grabs 22 rebounds

    Looney finished with 4 points (2-7 FG), 22 rebounds, five assists and one block in the 110-96 win over Memphis on Friday.

    Looney got the start at center for Game 6 and grabbed a career-high 22 rebounds with half of them coming on the offensive glass. The UCLA product helped Golden State outrebound Memphis 70-44 and should remain impactful in the Western Conference Finals.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Starting Game 6

    Looney will start at center in Friday's Game 6 against the Grizzlies, Kendra Andrews of reports.

    Looney will return to the Warriors' starting unit, as they will opt to go with a more traditional starting lineup. As a result, rookie Jonathan Kuminga will return to a reserve role. The big man averaged 5.9 points and 7.3 rebounds across 21.1 minutes in 80 games as a starter in the regular season.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Nears double-double in Game 4 win

    Looney supplied eight points (3-5 FG, 2-2 FT), nine rebounds, one block and one steal over 15 minutes during Monday's 101-98 win over the Grizzlies.

    Looney played just 15 minutes in the contest, but he provided excellent production with eight points and nine boards. This was his best game of the postseason, as he tied his high mark in points and registered his best rebounding effort. Looney started the first four contests of the playoffs for Golden State but has come off the bench in each of the subsequent five games.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Starts second half of Game 1

    Looney started the second half of Sunday's Game 1 against the Grizzlies in place of Draymond Green, who was ejected in the first half, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.

    Looney began the game on the bench for the first time during the playoffs, as the Warriors opted to start Gary Payton for his defensive prowess on Ja Morant. However, Green's ejection has shifted Golden State's thinking, as Looney and Poole started the second half over Payton and Green.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Could be set for move to bench

    Looney may move to the bench for Wednesday's Game 5 against Denver, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

    While coach Steve Kerr has reportedly yet to make a final call, Charania relays that he's leaning toward rolling with a lineup of Stephen Curry, Jordan Poole, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins and Draymond Green. Golden State has started Looney for almost the entire season, and while he's a steady defender and rebounder with good size, it's hard to argue against the dynamic shooting and shot-creation this new alignment would bring. Looney has only averaged 11.3 minutes per game in the series, so if he does shift to the bench, it likely wouldn't have a major impact on his overall role.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Moves to bench for Game 5

    Looney will come off the bench for Wednesday's Game 5 against the Nuggets.

    With Stephen Curry rejoining the starting unit for the first time since returning from a foot injury, Looney will shift to a bench role after starting the last 11 games. He's averaging 2.0 points and 3.5 rebounds in 11.3 minutes per game this postseason.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Grabs five boards in 12 minutes

    Looney totaled six points (3-6 FG), five rebounds and two steals over 12 minutes during Saturday's 100-94 win over San Antonio.

    Looney received his sixth straight start Saturday, but, as usual, he didn't play a typical starter's minutes. The big man has exceeded the 20-minute mark just once over the six-game stretch, leading to predictably tepid production. Looney did manage to score six points against the Spurs, marking his highest point total since he recorded eight points against Washington on March 27.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Back in starting five

    Looney is starting Monday's game against the Grizzlies, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.

    The 26-year-old came off the bench the past two games after starting the first 73 games of the season, and he'll rejoin the lineup Monday with Draymond Green (rest) sitting out. Looney has averaged 6.3 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 21.7 minutes this season.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Coming off bench

    Looney will come off the bench Friday against the Hawks, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.

    Jonathan Kuminga will remain in the starting five while Draymond Green gets the start at center. This will be Looney's first game off the bench all season, and it remains to be seen how his workload will shift.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Dominates glass in win

    Looney registered two points (1-2 FG), 16 rebounds, one assist and two steals in 29 minutes during Wednesday's 118-104 win over the Heat.

    Looney was eerily quiet on the offensive end during the win but excellent on the glass, hauling in 16 boards. With Draymond Green sitting out, Looney was able to step back into a sizeable role, something he has failed to do since Green's return from injury. Even in starter's minutes, Looney is barely a consideration in 12-team formats, so moving forward managers can focus their attention elsewhere.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Posts double-double in loss

    Looney provided 13 points (5-8 FG, 3-6 FT), 11 rebounds, four assists and one steal in 29 minutes during Monday's 131-124 loss to the Nuggets.

    Looney was the only one of Golden State's usual starters to play in this first game of a back-to-back, and he took advantage of the extra opportunity with his first double-double since Feb. 1. The big man has been strong on the boards throughout the campaign, but his scoring has been inconsistent at best, as he entered Monday averaging just 6.3 points per game. Looney isn't a major shot blocker either, so his fantasy value is strictly limited to his ability to pull down boards.

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  • Warriors' Kevon Looney: Shuts down Mavs frontcourt

    Looney finished with eight points (4-5 FG, 0-3 FT), 10 rebounds, five assists and three steals across 26 minutes in Sunday's 107-101 loss to the Mavericks.

    Thanks in no small part to Looney's efforts as an anchor at the back end, the Golden State defense has been tough on opposing frontcourt players all season, and that trend continued Sunday. Though neither of Dallas' top two centers in Dwight Powell and Maxi Kleber are usually major contributors on the offensive end, Looney had a hand in the two Mavs big men going a combined 1-for-7 from the field for two points. As usual, Looney was quiet on offense himself, but his steady rebounding and ability to occasionally chip in in the defensive categories makes him serviceable as back-end roster filler in 12-team leagues.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-9, 222 lbs
Birthplace: Milwaukee, WI
Age: 26
School: UCLA
Experience: 6