Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Minutes Per Game
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Rebounds Per Game
Blocks Per Game
Steals Per Game
2022 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2021 125718.5 17.9 8.3 2.4 4.9 1.1 0.7
2020 54111.8 12.2 5.1 1.2 3.9 0.9 0.4
3y Avg. 67914.8 14.8 6.6 1.7 4.4 0.9 0.6
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  • Knicks' Isaiah Hartenstein: Headed to New York

    Hartenstein agreed to terms on a two-year, $16.7 million deal with the Knicks on Thursday, Kelly Iko of The Athletic reports. Hartenstein had his most productive NBA season in 2021-22 with the Clippers, appearing in 68 games and averaging 8.3 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.1 blocks across 17.9 minutes per contest. He'll likely rotate with Julius Randle, Mitchell Robinson -- assuming he returns -- and the rest of the Knicks' frontcourt in 2022-23 as he looks to further improve his production in what will be his fifth NBA season.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Barely used in loss

    Hartenstein totaled zero points (0-1 FG), two rebounds and one assist over seven minutes during Tuesday's 109-104 loss to the Timberwolves. Hartenstein wasn't a victim of foul trouble or poor shooting. He simply disappeared from the rotation altogether with only seven minutes on the court. The result is confusing when you consider his recent production. Coming into Tuesday's contest, Hartenstein averaged 23.7 minutes of court time over a 10-game span, and averaged 11.0 points, 6.9 rebounds and 4.6 assists over that period. The massive usage reduction should have meant better numbers for Ivica Zubac, but he also struggled with the first unit. Since there is no clear reason for the change, Hartenstein will be a riskier fantasy option in the team's upcoming elimination game.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Leads team with seven rebounds

    Hartenstein posted 14 points (5-7 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-4 FT), seven rebounds, six assists and one steal across 26 minutes during Tuesday's 121-115 victory over the Jazz. The Jazz out-rebounded the Clippers 38-33, and Hartenstein did his best to keep the margin close with seven boards and 14 points in 26 minutes. At 7-0 and 250 pounds, Hartenstein appeared to match up better against Rudy Gobert, and although Zubac is in no danger of losing his job, Hartenstein possesses some fantasy value on a matchup by matchup basis.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Multi-category contributions in loss

    Hartenstein ended Tuesday's 127-115 loss to the Nuggets with 14 points (5-7 FG, 4-4 FT), five assists, two rebounds, two blocks and two steals in 24 minutes. With the exception of three-pointers, Hartenstein made his mark on nearly every major statistical category Tuesday. His contributions in the two defensive categories and in field-goal percentage were particularly useful, and make Hartenstein a name worth tracking in 12-team leagues. He's now received at least 20 minutes in four straight games and may have moved into more of a timeshare with starting center Ivica Zubac.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Posts strong all-around effort

    Hartenstein totaled four points (2-6 FG, 0-1 3Pt), nine rebounds, eight assists, four blocks and two steals over 25 minutes during Friday's 121-92 loss to the Jazz. Hartenstein didn't do much offensively in the blowout loss, but he nonetheless put together a productive performance off the bench. The big man led Los Angeles in rebounds, assists and blocked shots, chipping in a pair of steals for good measure. Hartenstein entered the contest averaging 9.8 points, 5.3 boards, 2.4 dimes, 1.4 blocks and 0.8 steals over 20.6 minutes across his previous 12 games, so he appears to be set for an important role as the team approaches a spot in the play-in tournament.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Clears 20 minutes again

    Hartenstein finished with 10 points (4-5 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, four assists, two steals and one block across 26 minutes Tuesday in the Clippers' 112-97 loss to the Warriors. Hartenstein seems to have moved into a near-even timeshare at center with starter Ivica Zubac of late; both big men have ranged between 19 and 26 minutes in the Clippers' first four contests of the month. While the lack of major playing time hasn't enabled him to post any truly eye-popping lines, Hartenstein's averages of 10.5 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.0 blocks to go with 75 percent shooting from the field are enough to make him worthy of a roster spot in 12-team leagues.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Nice effort off bench

    Hartenstein racked up 11 points (4-8 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 3-8 FT), seven rebounds, six assists and two blocks in 28 minutes during Friday's 105-102 victory over the Lakers. Ivica Zubac started, as usual, at center, but he found himself in foul trouble and ended up playing only 18 minutes. Meanwhile, Hartenstein took advantage of the opportunity, tying his season high in minutes and providing fantasy managers with a diverse stat output. With Serge Ibaka out of the picture, both Hartenstein and Zubac may be roster-able going forward. In his final game before the break, Hartenstein had 13 points, eight rebounds, two assists, three steals and five blocks.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Racks up five blocks Thursday

    Hartenstein contributed 13 points (6-8 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT), eight rebounds, two assists, five blocks and three steals across 25 minutes during Thursday's 142-111 win over the Rockets. Hartenstein did well offensively, making six of eight field-goal attempts en route to his first double-digit scoring effort in five contests. However, his best work came on defense, as the center posted season-high tallies in both swats and thefts. Hartenstein doesn't typically play enough to make a substantial impact, but he has shown the ability to produce strong numbers when presented the opportunity this season.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Fills stat sheet in loss

    Hartenstein racked up 19 points (7-11 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), seven rebounds, four assists, two blocks and one steal across 28 minutes during Tuesday's 135-109 loss to the Grizzlies. The Clippers suffered a blowout loss, which allowed some bench players to gain extra minutes, and Hartenstein took full advantage of that. The big man posted a season-high mark in scoring and continued a trend that has been noticeable this campaign, with double-digit scoring figures every time he plays 23 or more minutes. Considering he has reached the 20-minute plateau just nine times this season, fantasy managers shouldn't expect Hartenstein to deliver these kind of numbers on a regular basis.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: All-around performance in win

    Hartenstein logged 16 points (6-12 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-5 FT), five rebounds, six assists, one block and one steal over 26 minutes during Tuesday's 116-115 win over the Wizards. Hartenstein reached a new season high in scoring while chipping in useful numbers across the board. The seven-foot center has carved out a role in Los Angeles and is averaging career highs across the board, but his playing time is still too sporadic to trust him on a game-by-game basis. Nonetheless, Hartenstein's potential makes him a low-floor, high-ceiling option moving forward, especially if head coach Tyronn Lue elects to reduce the minutes of fellow centers Ivica Zubac and Serge Ibaka on a regular basis, as was the case Tuesday.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Strong output in limited minutes

    Hartenstein finished Monday's 139-133 win over Indiana with nine points (3-4 FG, 3-4 FT), one rebound, two assists, one block and one steal over 15 minutes. Hartenstein saw his workload increase from six to 15 minutes, though the Clippers are continuing to closely monitor his minutes following his return from a left ankle sprain. He made the most of his 15 minutes of action, shooting with efficiency and also making a small impact on the defensive end of the court. As long as Hartenstein avoids any setbacks, expect his playing time to slowly creep north over the next few weeks.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Will remain on minutes restriction

    Hartenstein will remain on a minutes restriction Monday against the Pacers, Luca Evans of the LA Times reports. Hartenstein made his return from an extended absence Saturday against the Spurs but saw just six minutes of action off the bench. Coach Ty Lue said he plans to play all three of Hartenstein, Ivica Zubac and Serge Ibaka during the first half of games going forward, and he'll then roll with the two who perform best in the second half. Fantasy-wise, it's a less-than-ideal arrangement for all three players.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Small role in return

    Hartenstein (ankle) played six minutes off the bench in Saturday's 101-94 loss to the Spurs, finishing with six points (3-3 FG). Though he scored efficiently during his time on the court, Hartenstein handled only a limited role off the bench following a 13-game absence due to a left ankle sprain. Prior to getting hurt, Hartenstein had been playing ahead of Serge Ibaka in the rotation and had been moving toward a near-even split of the center minutes with Ivica Zubac, so Hartenstein will be someone to keep an eye on once he ramps up his conditioning.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Cleared to play

    Hartenstein (ankle) will be available for Saturday's matchup against the Spurs, Tomer Azarly of reports. An ankle injury has kept Hartenstein out for 13 straight games. It wouldn't be surprising if he saw limited action in his return.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Questionable Saturday

    Hartenstein (ankle) is questionable for Saturday's matchup against the Spurs, Tomer Azarly of reports. Hartenstein last played Dec. 18. He'll presumably warm up before Saturday's game to determine his availability. If he's back, it could mean reduced minutes for Serge Ibaka and Justise Winslow.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Remains out Thursday

    Hartenstein (ankle) has been ruled out for Thursday's game at New Orleans, Tomer Azarly of reports. Hartenstein will be sidelined for the 13th straight game Wednesday due to the ankle injury, and it's unclear when he may be able to return to the court for the Clippers.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Out again Tuesday

    Hartenstein (ankle) won't play Tuesday against Denver, Mirjam Swanson of the Los Angeles Daily News reports. Hartenstein has been ruled out for his 12th straight contest while recovering from an ankle injury. His next opportunity to return arrives Thursday in New Orleans.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Missing 11th straight game

    Hartenstein (ankle) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Hawks. He'll be sidelined for an 11th consecutive game on account of a left ankle sprain. With Hartenstein out, Serge Ibaka will continue to serve as the top backup to starting center Ivica Zubac, who made his return to action in Saturday's 123-108 loss to the Grizzlies after a four-game stint in the NBA's COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: No timetable for return

    Hartenstein (ankle) remains without a timetable for his return, Ohm Youngmisuk of reports The center has missed the past two games for the Clippers and appears set to miss at least a few more showings as he remains sidelined with an ankle injury. Serge Ibaka should continue to see more usage with the 23-year-old on the bench.
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  • Clippers' Isaiah Hartenstein: Out vs. Kings

    Hartenstein (ankle) is out for Wednesday's game against the Kings, Tomer Azarly of reports. The Clippers don't play again until Sunday, so Hartenstein has plenty of time to recover. He's been a solid deep-league option this season. In his absence, Serge Ibaka could see an uptick in workload.
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