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Nov 23, 2022 11 2 0 2 5
Nov 20, 2022 25 6 2 3 17
Nov 10, 2022 34 12 2 8
Nov 9, 2022 33 13 2 4
Nov 7, 2022 34 3 5 10

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Steals Per Game
2022 37324.9 27.9 9.3 5.7 3.3 0.7 1.8
2021 56415.2 17.2 5.6 3.6 2.4 0.3 1.2
2020 37416.3 18.3 6.7 3.4 2.4 0.6 1.0
3y Avg. 45814.8 17.2 5.9 3.3 2.4 0.4 1.0
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Fantasy News

  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Out again

    Smith (ankle) will remain sidelined for Saturday's game against the Bucks. Smith's absence will mark his fourth consecutive game missed due to an ankle sprain. With LaMelo Ball (ankle) also sidelined, the Hornets will lean on Terry Rozier, Theo Maledon and James Bouknight in their backcourt.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Remains sidelined against Wizards

    Smith (ankle) is out for Friday's game versus Washington. Smith will miss his third consecutive game Friday due to a left ankle sprain. Terry Rozier and Theo Maledon will likely receive extended minutes with LaMelo Ball (ankle) also out. Smith's next opportunity to suit up will be Saturday's game against the Bucks.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Still out

    Smith (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's matchup against Boston, Rod Boone of The Charlotte Observer reports. Smith is still sporting a walking boot and will miss a second straight game due to an ankle injury. LaMelo Ball (ankle) also remains out, so Terry Rozier, Theo Maledon, James Bouknight and Bryce McGowens are all candidates for increased roles.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Ruled out Friday

    Smith (ankle) will not play Friday against the Timberwolves. Smith tweaked his left ankle during Wednesday's game against the 76ers and will miss at least one contest to finish out the week. The Hornets are one of several teams dealing with multiple key injuries, as LaMelo Ball (ankle) and Gordon Hayward (shoulder) could also miss Friday's contest.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Won't return against Philadelphia

    Smith is out for the remainder of Wednesday's game versus the 76ers due to a left ankle sprain. Smith left Wednesday's game in the second quarter and was ruled out minutes later. Smith's status for Friday's game against Minnesota is uncertain.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Brings defense in return

    Smith (ankle) finished with six points (3-6 FG, 0-2 3Pt), three assists, two rebounds, two steals and two blocks across 25 minutes off the bench in Sunday's 106-102 loss to the Wizards. In his return from a four-game absence, Smith continued to fill up the defensive categories, something that's been a familiar occurrence when he's been healthy enough to play this season. He's now averaging 1.9 steals and 0.8 blocks to go along with 5.9 assists in 29.1 minutes per contest, but his fantasy utility in most leagues may last only as long as LaMelo Ball (ankle) is sidelined. The Hornets are expected to continue evaluating Ball's status on a game-by-game basis, making it tough to gauge whether Smith will be able to maintain a 25-to-30-minute role during Charlotte's upcoming two-game week.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Available Sunday

    Smith (ankle) is available for Sunday's game against the Wizards. Smith missed the last four games with a left ankle sprain and was questionable ahead of Sunday's matchup, but he'll be able to return to the court against Washington. Smith will likely see plenty of run since LaMelo Ball (ankle) has been ruled out.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Questionable Sunday

    Smith (ankle) is questionable to play in Sunday's game against the Wizards. Smith has missed four straight contests due to a sprained left ankle, and his availability for Sunday remains up in the air. Considering LaMelo Ball (ankle) has already been ruled out, if Smith is able to play, he will likely slot into the starting point guard spot. However, if he fails to suit up, more minutes would become available for James Bouknight and Theo Maledon.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Officially out

    Smith (ankle) will not take the floor against the Cavaliers on Friday. As expected, Smith will miss Friday's contest in Cleveland due to a left ankle sprain after previously being listed as doubtful. Considering LaMelo Ball (ankle) is also out, Terry Rozier, James Bouknight and Theo Maledon should receive ample run. Smith's next chance to suit up comes Sunday against Washington.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Unlikely to play Friday

    Smith (ankle) is doubtful for Friday's game versus Cleveland. Smith is on track to miss his fourth game in a row with a sprained left ankle. With LaMelo Ball (ankle) also out, Theo Maledon, Terry Rozier and James Bouknight should be in line for extended minutes. Smith's next opportunity to play will be Sunday's game against the Wizards.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Downgraded to out

    Smith (ankle) won't play in Wednesday's game versus the Pacers. Smith will miss his third consecutive game Wednesday due to a sprained left ankle. It is unclear what the 25-year-old guard's minutes will look like now that LaMelo Ball has returned. Smith's next opportunity to play will be Friday's game versus Cleveland.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Doubtful to play Wednesday

    Smith (ankle) isn't expected to take the floor Wednesday versus the Pacers. Smith was initially considered a candidate to play Wednesday despite his absence Monday, but Smith's doubtful designation has him trending in the wrong direction. Unless there is a change in his status, Smith's next chance to retake the floor will arrive Friday in Cleveland.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Out Monday, could play Wednesday

    Smith (ankle) will not be available for Monday's game at Orlando, Sam Perley of Hornets.com reports. Smith was doubtful coming into the day, so the Hornets ultimately ruling him out shouldn't come as a much of a surprise. Coach Steve Clifford said pregame that he's hoping to have Smith back for Wednesday's game against Indiana, an indication that the sprained left ankle isn't quite as severe as it initially appeared. Either way, with LaMelo Ball back in the mix for Charlotte, Smith's upside will be considerably lower going forward. With that said, the journeyman guard has clearly made a positive impression through the first few weeks of the season, so he should be able to stick around in the rotation. Over his last 11 games (all starts), Smith has averaged 10.0 points, 3.9 rebounds, 6.5 assists and 2.9 steals in 30.9 minutes.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Doubtful for Monday's contest

    Smith (ankle) is doubtful for Monday's game against the Magic. Smith will likely miss a second straight game due to an ankle injury. LaMelo Ball made his season debut Saturday, so Smith's expected absence shouldn't have a major impact on Charlotte's rotation.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Ruled out Saturday

    Smith (ankle) will not take the floor Saturday against Miami, Rod Boone of The Charlotte Observer reports. Smith's absence due to the sprained ankle coincides with the return of LaMelo Ball (ankle), meaning the Hornets will have another body in what has become an extremely thin backcourt. Ball will likely take most of Smith's typical minutes; however, if Ball were to be limited, James Bouknight and Theo Maledon would be in line to see extra run. Smith's next chance to suit up will come Monday at Orlando.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Questionable against Miami

    Smith (ankle) is questionable to play in Saturday's game versus the Heat. Smith left Thursday's game versus the Heat in overtime due to a left ankle sprain. Terry Rozier and Theo Maledon are expected to see extended minutes if the 25-year-old guard can't play Saturday. Smith's next opportunity to play will be Monday's game versus the Magic if he can't go versus Miami.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Unable to return in loss

    Smith (ankle) was unable to return to Thursday's contest against the Heat. Smith suffered a left ankle sprain in overtime of the Hornet's 117-112 loss to Miami. The guard was unable to return, and his status for Saturday's game will be determined Friday. If Smith is forced to miss time, Terry Rozier and Theo Maledon should see increased minutes.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Rolls ankle Thursday

    Smith (ankle) exited Thursday's contest early and is questionable to return, Sam Perley of the Hornets' official site reports. Smith was having a strong performance against the Heat before heading to the locker room early. The 24-year-old guard logged 12 points, eight assists, two rebounds and one steal in 34 minutes of action. Expect Terry Rozier and Theo Maledon to see an uptick in minutes if Smith can't return.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Available Monday

    Smith (ankle) is available for Monday's contest against the Wizards. After entering Monday questionable due to an ankle injury, Smith is officially available for Charlotte's contest against Washington. The 24-year-old guard is having a resurgent season with the Hornets, averaging 10.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 2.1 steals across 28.2 minutes per game to begin the year.
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  • Hornets' Dennis Smith: Intends to play Monday

    Smith (ankle) intends to play Monday against the Wizards, Sam Perley of the Hornets' official site reports. Smith participated in Monday's shootaround and is technically a game-time decision for the matchup against Washington, as he'll be monitored during pregame warmups before the Hornets officially determine his status. However, he seems to be on track to suit up, which will be particularly important since LaMelo Ball (ankle) remains out.
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