Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
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
2021 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2020 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2019 81323.9 28.8 11.9 1.4 6.8 2.3 1.6
3y Avg. 71519.9 27.3 10.2 1.1 5.9 1.6 1.0

Fantasy News

  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Optimism about camp availability

    Magic President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman intimated that the organization is optimistic Isaac (hamstring) will be back for camp, though the forward officially remains without a timetable, Philip Rossman-Reich of OrlandoMagicDaily.com reports. An ACL tear and a subsequent hamstring issue requiring surgery have kept Isaac off the court since January of 2020. According to Weltman, the team's focus is on getting Isaac back to where he was before the surgery. The now-24-year-old was impressive during his 34 appearances in 2019-20, as he averaged 11.9 points, 6.8 rebounds, 2.3 blocks, 1.6 steals and 1.4 assists in 28.8 minutes. When he finally steps back on the court, it seems likely he'll come off the bench behind Franz Wagner and Paolo Banchero.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Undergoes hamstring procedure

    Orlando announced Tuesday that Isaac underwent a small surgical procedure to address a right hamstring injury suffered while he was rehabbing from the torn ACL and meniscus in his left knee, Dan Savage of the Magic's official site reports. Magic president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman said that the team remains optimistic that Isaac will be ready to go for the start of the 2022-23 season, but those invested in the forward in dynasty leagues will still want to keep a close eye on his progress during the offseason. Orlando didn't disclose when exactly Isaac underwent the hamstring procedure, so it's possible that he suffered the setback at some point weeks or even months earlier in his rehab program. Regardless, the hamstring issue likely explains why the Magic recently ruled Isaac out for the rest of the 2021-22 season, despite the fact that he originally tore his ACL in August 2020 at the NBA bubble in Orlando. Even if Isaac enters training camp with a clean bill of health, fantasy managers may want to scale back expectations in terms of both his games and minutes played during the upcoming season, given that he'll be more than two years removed from his last NBA action.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Won't play in 2021-22

    The Magic announced Tuesday that Isaac (knee) will remain out for the rest of the 2021-22 season. "First and foremost, the care of our players will always be our top priority," president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman said. "We have to remember that Jonathan has missed essentially two years. While it continues to be a day-to-day process for him as he continues to strengthen and condition all aspects of his body, we feel we have reached a point where it would be prudent to say that he will not play this season. Quite frankly, we are just out of time to ramp him up to play in games this season." Given that the season ends in three and a half weeks, the announcement shouldn't come as much of a surprise. The Magic have provided few updates on Isaac's status since he initially tore the ACL in his left knee all the way back in August 2020 in the NBA bubble in Orlando. But with nothing left to play for in 2021-22, there's no reason for the team to push Isaac back into game action before he's 100 percent ready. Barring any setbacks over the next several months, Isaac should be back in full capacity to begin the 2022-23 season, as he told Khobi Price of the Orlando Sentinel that he's been taking part in half-court contact drills but hasn't yet advanced to full-court contact work. By the time he takes the floor, it will be well over two full calendar years since his last NBA appearance.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Status remains murky

    General manager John Hammond made no assurances Tuesday that Isaac (knee) would play this season, Michael Tozzi of 96.9 The Game Orlando reports. "No expectation either way," Hammond said, regarding if or when Isaac will play. "We're trying to keep Jonathan ready physically, keeping Jonathan ready mentally. He's committed to the medical staff and they're committed to him." Reports about where exactly Isaac stands in his recovery from the torn ACL he sustained in his left knee in August 2020 have been scarce all season, and Hammond's vague comments about the situation don't inspire much confidence that the 24-year-old's return to game action is imminent. Though teammate Markelle Fultz made his 2021-22 debut Monday following a 14-month recovery from a torn ACL, Isaac is now approaching the 19th month of his rehab program and has yet to resume full-contact practicing, at least based on the information made available by the Magic brass. With the fantasy playoffs approaching or underway in some leagues, Isaac's murky return timeline makes it tough for managers to justify holding him in any redraft format.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Still out indefinitely

    Magic head coach Jamahl Mosley recently said that Isaac (knee) remains limited to non-contact basketball drills and is without a clear timeline for making his season debut, Cody Taylor of USA Today reports. Isaac has had an unusually long recovery period from the torn ACL in his left knee that he suffered while playing at the NBA bubble in Orlando in August 2020. His rehab program will reach 18 months at the end of next week, and since he has yet to resume taking contact at this point, Isaac doesn't look like a safe bet to make his season debut until the second half of March, if at all. Since he'll almost certainly face a significant minutes restriction if and when he does return, Isaac probably isn't worthy of stashing in redraft leagues at this stage of the season.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Remains without clear timeline

    Isaac is continuing to rehab his surgically repaired left knee, but the Magic haven't yet revealed a timeline for the 24-year-old to resume playing, Adam Shadoff of Fox 35 Orlando reports. Even though Isaac underwent surgery to repair his torn ACL in early August of 2020, he's on track to take longer to make his return to the Magic lineup than Markelle Fultz, who suffered the same injury last January. Fultz's timeline is similarly unclear, but he's at least been able to resume practicing in the G League, while Isaac is believed to be limited to non-contact on-court work more than 17 months after suffering his injury. Given his uncertain timeline, along with the fact he'll almost certainly face some sort of restriction with his minutes if and when he does return, Isaac is tough to justify holding in shallower leagues with limited injured reserve slots.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Further behind Fultz in recovery

    Magic president Jeff Weltman said Friday that Isaac is making "great, steady progress," but the forward isn't yet at the point in his rehab program where he's been cleared to take contact in on-court drills, J. Michael of the Orlando Sentinel reports. Though Isaac underwent surgery Aug. 7, 2020 to address a torn ACL in his left knee, he's seemingly further behind in his recovery from the same knee procedure that teammate Markelle Fultz underwent Jan. 20, 2021. Weltman noted that Fultz, who was spotted taking part in 2-on-2 drills Friday, has been cleared to take contact and will resume practicing in the G League, but Isaac lags further behind the pace with his rehab program. At this point, the Magic haven't provided any sort of timeline for the 24-year-old to make his season debut, and more clarity on that front likely won't come until Isaac is cleared for 5-on-5 scrimmaging in practice. Since Fultz is probably still multiple weeks away from making his own 2021-22 debut, Isaac's absence is looking more and more likely to stretch into the 2022 portion of the Magic's schedule.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Without firm return timetable

    Isaac (knee) is without a timetable to return to game action, David Aldridge of The Athletic reports. Isaac has dealt with a litany of injuries to begin his NBA career -- most recently, a torn ACL suffered in the Orlando bubble back in August of 2020. The injury kept him out of the entire 2020-21 season, but the plan is for the 23-year-old to work his way back into the mix at some point in 2021-22. To begin training camp, Isaac will not participate in any full-court or full-contact work, but Aldridge notes that "it's possible" he could be cleared to take part in some drills. Firmly entrenched in a multi-year rebuild, the Magic have no reason to rush Isaac back, so he could prove to be a frustrating player for fantasy managers who choose to stash him in an IR spot to begin the season.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Resumes on-court work

    Isaac (knee) said Wednesday that he has resumed on-court activities, but he remains without a concrete timetable for a return to game action, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports. It's been almost a full year since Isaac tore his ACL and meniscus in his left knee. The injury isn't the first significant one for Isaac, who has appeared in only 136 of the Magic's 309 regular-season games since he was drafted sixth overall in 2017. However, the Magic were still comfortable enough to ink him to an $80 million extension late last year, and he'll presumably be one of the faces of the franchise moving forward.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Reaches $80 million extension

    Isaac (knee) signed a four-year, $80 million extension with the Magic on Monday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. The 23-year-old has already been ruled out for the 2020-21 campaign after undergoing ACL surgery in early August, but Orlando still opted to lock him up ahead of Monday's rookie extension deadline. Isaac played excellent defense and averaged 11.9 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 1.6 steals and 2.3 blocks over 28.8 minutes in 34 games last season, but he's played only 136 games over his first three seasons in the league.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: To miss all of 2020-21 season

    Isaac (knee) will remain out for the entirety of the 2020-21 season, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports. Magic president Jeff Weltman confirmed Monday that the team does not anticipate Isaac playing at all next season after the forward suffered another significant knee injury during seeding play. Isaac will, of course, face a lengthy recovery, but the team ruling him out for an entire forthcoming season is a major decision, especially given the uncertainty surrounding the league's future schedule. Through his first three years in the league, Isaac -- one of the NBA's best defenders, when healthy -- has played 27, 75 and 34 games, respectively.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Undergoes successful surgery

    Isaac (knee) underwent successful surgery Friday to repair the torn ACL and meniscus in his left knee, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports. Isaac was diagnosed with a torn ACL following Sunday's win over the Kings, but it turns out he also had a torn meniscus. Isaac will now focus on recovery and rehab with the hopes of returning sometime next spring or summer. It remains to be seen when the 2020-21 NBA season will take place, so it's unclear if Isaac will be able to return during the campaign. While he's sidelined, at least for this season, Terrence Ross and Wes Iwundu should see increased roles.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: MRI confirms torn left ACL

    Isaac (knee) was diagnosed with a torn left ACL after undergoing an MRI following Sunday's 132-116 win over the Kings, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Playing in his second game in seven months after previously suffering a severe sprain of the same knee, Isaac will now miss the remainder of the 2019-20 season as a result of the devastating setback. While the NBA has yet to unveil its schedule for the 2020-21 season, his rehab will more than likely keep him out for the bulk of the upcoming campaign, as well. Prior to the initial injury, Isaac had emerged as one of the most improved players in the league, particularly on the defensive end. He'll wrap up his third season in the NBA with averages of 2.3 blocks and 1.6 steals in 28.8 minutes per game.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Leaves court in wheelchair

    Isaac departed Sunday's game against the Kings in a wheelchair after appearing to re-injure his left knee, Tim Bontemps of ESPN reports. Isaac had already missed significant time this season after originally injuring his left knee back in January, and his return for the restart was somewhat of a surprise. The Florida State product appeared healthy during scrimmages, and he was coming off of a 16-point, six-rebound effort in Friday's win over Brooklyn. The Magic have not yet clarified the extent of the injury, but given how it looked -- as well as Isaac's history -- it's difficult to imagine the forward taking the court again in 2020-21.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Facing 16-minute restriction

    Orlando coach Steve Clifford said Isaac will come off the bench and face a roughly 16-minute restriction Sunday against the Kings, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports. Though Isaac dazzled in 16 minutes (16 points on 6-for-7 shooting from the field, six rebounds and one steal) during Friday's win over the Nets, the Magic aren't eager to increase his workload yet fresh off a seven-month absence due to a severe knee sprain. James Ennis will continue to start at forward alongside Aaron Gordon, but if he avoids any setbacks, Isaac should replace Ennis on the top unit before the Magic's seeding games conclude.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Plays excellent in return

    Isaac posted 16 points (6-7 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds and one steal in 16 minutes during Friday's 128-118 win over the Nets. Isaac played his first regular-season game since Jan. 1 on Friday, and he looked excellent in limited action. He missed just one shot all game and hit two three-pointers, which he had only done six times prior this season. Look for him to see a little more run when the Magic face the Kings on Sunday.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: To see limited action

    Isaac (knee) will play off the bench Friday against the Nets, but his minutes will be limited, Nick Friedell of ESPN reports. The Magic continue to be cautious with Isaac, who is working his way back from the knee injury that had kept him out since Jan. 1. He looked great in the team's final scrimmage earlier in the week, but coach Steve Clifford told the media that Isaac's workload "won't be significant" in his return to real game action.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Should be available Friday

    Coach Steve Clifford said he believes Isaac (knee) is going to play Friday against the Nets, but he continues to evaluate him day to day, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports. The 22-year-old played in Monday's scrimmage against the Nuggets and saw only seven minutes off the bench, but he was incredibly active with 13 points (5-6 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT), seven rebounds, two steals and one assist. However, Clifford doesn't want to commit to Isaac being available ahead of time as he returns from the left knee sprain. The young forward is expected to play Friday -- and likely will have a minutes restriction if he does -- but he should officially be considered questionable.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: Thrives off bench in return

    Isaac (knee) exploded for 13 points (5-6 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT), seven rebounds, two steals, and one assist in just seven minutes off the bench during Monday's 114-110 win over the Nuggets. This was Isaac's first game since New Year's Day but, considering how good he looked, he is pumped and ready to go for the season opener Friday against the Nets. He is expected to have a regular role in the rotation, but he might come off the bench given the fact he hasn't played an official game in almost seven months.
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  • Magic's Jonathan Isaac: To have minutes limit

    Isaac's (knee) minutes will be limited in Monday's scrimmage against Denver, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports. Considering it will be Isaac's first real game action since New Year's Day, this shouldn't come as a much of a surprise. The rangy forward was held out of the previous two scrimmages while working his way back from a knee injury that shelved him for the final 31 games before the shutdown. If all goes well Monday, Isaac will likely be on track to rejoin the Magic's rotation for the finish to the regular season. That would be a big boost for the team, as Isaac was in the midst of a breakout campaign before suffering the injury. Orlando faces Brooklyn on Friday in the first of eight seeding games.
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