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date min
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Points
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FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 26, 2023 20 0 1 7 13
Jan 25, 2023 29 12 5 5 26
Jan 22, 2023 29 7 3 11 32
Jan 20, 2023 37 6 9 5 23
Jan 19, 2023 18 7 4 6 19

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Minutes Per Game
ppg
Points Per Game
apg
Assists Per Game
rpg
Rebounds Per Game
bpg
Blocks Per Game
spg
Steals Per Game
2022 97426.3 27.3 7.4 6.4 6.5 0.6 1.4
2021 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2020 200334.5 32.4 14.3 6.9 7.2 0.6 1.6
3y Avg. 138837.5 34.3 15.6 7.6 7.6 0.6 1.9
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Questionable Saturday

    Simmons (knee) is questionable for Saturday's game against the Knicks. Simmons exited Thursday's game against the Pistons due to a sore left knee, and it's not yet clear whether he'll be able to suit up against New York. With T.J. Warren (lower leg) considered doubtful, Yuta Watanabe and Markieff Morris would likely be in line for increased playing time if Simmons is sidelined.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Will not return Thursday

    Simmons has been ruled out for the remainder of Thursday's matchup with the Pistons due to left knee soreness, Alec Sturm of NetsDaily.com reports. It's unclear exactly when Simmons sustained the injury, but he will exit Thursday's tilt scoreless (0-3 FG) with seven assists in 20 minutes of action. Yuta Watanabe and T.J. Warren should see larger roles for the rest of the contest. Simmons' next opportunity to play will come Saturday against New York.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Gets ejected Thursday

    Simmons was ejected from Thursday's game against the Suns, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Simmons was assessed two technical fouls in the third quarter, forcing the forward out of the game. The 26-year-old exited the contest with seven points, six assists and four rebounds in 18 minutes of action. Expect T.J. Warren and Yuta Watanabe to see increased minutes for the remainder of Thursday's contest.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Delivers triple-double Tuesday

    Simmons logged 10 points (4-10 FG, 2-2 FT), 11 assists, 10 rebounds, four steals and two blocks in 34 minutes during Tuesday's 106-98 loss to San Antonio. Despite the fact that Kyrie Irving (calf) joined Kevin Durant (knee) on the sideline, Simmons remained relatively passive on the offensive end but filled out the remaining columns en route to finishing with his first triple-double of the season. He added six combined steals and blocks and didn't miss any free throws, rounding out what was probably his best overall performance of the season. Even with the Nets thin on scoring options, Simmons still looks like he'll struggle to reach double-digit shot attempts in most games. Much like Draymond Green, Simmons is clearly a must-roster player despite being a low-volume scorer, though managers would certainly love to see some more aggression from him on the offensive end.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Not on injury report

    Simmons (back) isn't on the injury report for Tuesday's game against the Spurs. Simmons was a late scratch for Sunday's game against the Thunder due to a back issue, but he'll be able to return to action following a one-game absence. He's been held to single-digit scoring totals in each of his last six appearances and has averaged 3.8 points, 7.0 assists, 6.7 rebounds and 1.8 steals in 26.3 minutes per game during that time.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Downgraded to out

    Simmons (back) has been downgraded to out for Sunday's game against the Thunder, Alec Sturm of NetsDaily.com reports. Simmons was a late addition to the injury report Sunday afternoon with a back injury, and he's quickly been downgraded to out. In his absence, Edmond Sumner will enter the starting lineup alongside Kyrie Irving, Joe Harris, Royce O'Neale and Nic Claxton, as Brooklyn continues to be without Kevin Durant (knee). Simmons' next chance to suit up will come Tuesday against the Spurs.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Questionable Sunday

    Simmons (back) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Thunder. Simmons was a late addition to Sunday's injury report, and it's not yet clear whether his back issue will prevent him from suiting up against Oklahoma City. If he's unable to play, T.J. Warren and Yuta Watanabe should see increased run for the Nets.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Game-high 13 dimes in loss

    Simmons supplied zero points (0-3 FG), nine rebounds, 13 assists, one block and two steals across 26 minutes during Thursday's 109-98 loss to the Celtics. Simmons attempted only one shot in the first half and two in the second half and failed to score any points in the contest for the second time this season. He did, however, get his teammates involved with 10 first-half assists and finished a game-high 13 dimes on the night to go along with nine rebounds. Simmons has yet to score in double figures in the month of January, though he is averaging 8.0 assists and 7.4 rebounds per game over that span.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Available Saturday

    Simmons (illness) is available for Saturday's game against the Hornets. Although Simmons was downgraded from probable to questionable ahead of Saturday's matchup, he'll be able to play through his non-COVID illness against Charlotte. Over his last seven appearances, he's averaged 8.6 points, 7.1 rebounds and 6.3 assists in 26.6 minutes per game.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Downgraded to questionable

    Simmons (illness) is questionable for Saturday's game versus Charlotte, Chris Milholen of NetsDaily.com reports. Simmons has been downgraded from probable to questionable with a non-COVID illness. His changed status is a discouraging sign for his availability Saturday. Edmond Sumner (thumb) and Yuta Watanabe are candidates to see extended minutes if Simmons can't suit up.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Officially probable Saturday

    Simmons (illness) is probable for Saturday's game against the Hornets, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Simmons was unable to practice Friday due to an illness, but coach Jacque Vaughn said the 26-year-old was "more likely than unlikely" to play against Charlotte. Simmons' probable designation reflects that hope, and it doesn't appear as though his illness is an issue that will force him to miss any game action.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Expected to play Saturday

    Nets coach Jacque Vaughn said Friday that Simmons (illness) is "more likely than unlikely" to play in Saturday's game versus the Hornets, Nick Friedell of ESPN.com reports. Despite missing Friday's practice with an illness, Simmons is expected to play Saturday. The 26-year-old forward is averaging 8.0 points, 7.4 rebounds, 6.8 assists and 1.6 steals in 26.2 minutes across his last five games.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Misses practice

    Simmons didn't participate in Friday's practice due to an illness, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Simmons doesn't yet have an injury designation for Saturday's game versus Charlotte, but his absence from practice is discouraging. If he's unable to suit up, Edmond Sumner and Yuta Watanabe are candidates to see extended minutes.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Secures double-double in win

    Simmons provided 12 points (6-9 FG), 11 rebounds, eight assists and three steals over 28 minutes during Friday's 118-100 win over the Bucks. Simmons notched his first double-double since Nov. 22 against the 76ers, and he fell only two assists shy of a triple-double. He also shot the basketball well in this one, which has been a reoccurring theme of late. Simmons is now 26-for-41 (63.4 percent) from the field over his last six appearances.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Balanced performance in victory

    Simmons closed Sunday's 124-121 victory over the Pistons with four points (2-5 FG), eight rebounds, eight assists and one steal over 25 minutes. Simmons led the team in assists and rebounds, finishing two assists and two boards shy of his third double-double of the year. Simmons has tallied at least five assists and five rebounds in four straight contests.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Will play Monday

    Simmons isn't listed on the injury report for Monday's matchup against Washington, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Simmons returned to action Friday following a four-game absence due to a calf injury, but he was sidelined for the second half of Brooklyn's back-to-back Saturday. Even though Simmons isn't listed on the injury report, it's safe to assume he'll likely be limited during Monday's matchup. He drew the start Friday and totaled six points, six rebounds, seven assists and four steals in 21 minutes.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Stuffs stat sheet in return

    Simmons (calf) produced six points (3-4 FG), six rebounds, seven assists and four steals in 21 minutes during Friday's 120-116 win over Atlanta. Simmons missed Brooklyn's prior four games due to a strained left calf, and he was limited to 21 minutes upon his return. That didn't stop him from making an impact in the box score, however, as he did a little bit of everything to finish with a solid all-around line. It was perhaps most impressive that he was able to register a season-high four steals during his limited time on the court, though he also committed four turnovers. Simmons won't play in the second game of the back-to-back set Saturday at Indiana, per Nick Friedell of ESPN.com, but he'll likely begin building back up to a full workload and should remain a useful fantasy producer for those who can stomach his complete lack of three-point shooting and poor free-throw percentage.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Limited Friday, won't play Saturday

    Simmons (calf) will start in place of Nicolas Claxton (hamstring) Friday against the Hawks but face a minutes restriction of around 20 minutes, Nick Friedell of ESPN.com reports. Simmons will then be sidelined for the second half of Brooklyn's back-to-back set Saturday. Simmons has missed nearly two weeks due to his calf issue, so it's not a big surprise that the coaching staff will take things easy for the oft-injured forward. Simmons' return should help ease the blow of losing Claxton for Friday's game, though Markieff Morris, Day'Ron Sharpe and T.J. Warren will likely need to assist filling in the remaining minute gaps and could see additional run again with Simmons out Saturday.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Will return Friday

    Simmons (calf) is off the injury report for Friday's game against the Hawks, Ian Begley of SportsNet New York reports. As expected, Simmons will return Friday following a four-game absence stemming from a strained left calf. Simmons was starting to get into a groove before the injury, averaging 14.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 6.7 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.2 blocks across his prior six appearances. His return will presumably result in fewer minutes for Joe Harris, Edmond Sumner and Cam Thomas.
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  • Nets' Ben Simmons: Aiming to return Friday

    Simmons (knee) said he's planning to return to the Brooklyn lineup in Friday's game against the Hawks, Chris Milholen of NetsDaily.com reports. Simmons will miss a fourth straight game Wednesday against the Hornets but should be back Friday, barring any setbacks in practice. He may be on a minutes limit in his first game back, which could include coming off the bench. Simmons' return will presumably mean fewer minutes for Edmond Sumner, Joe Harris, Cam Thomas and possibly others. Yuta Watanabe (hamstring) may also return Friday. Despite some early season struggles, Simmons is ranked in the top 100 in eight-category leagues on a per-game basis. He's shooting a career-high 61.4 percent from the field.
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