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Apr 14, 2024 43 11 5 4 21
Apr 12, 2024 34 15 1 0 18
Apr 11, 2024 26 12 5 1 20
Apr 9, 2024 35 24 3 1 28
Apr 7, 2024 38 4 3 2 16

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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
2023 117823.6 34.0 14.7 2.1 4.2 0.7 1.4
2022 176426.3 35.6 16.8 2.0 5.0 0.8 1.9
2021 135228.2 36.0 17.1 2.6 5.5 0.5 1.5
3y Avg. 141526.7 34.9 16.5 2.2 5.2 0.7 1.7
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  • OG Anunoby: To sign five-year extension with NY

    Anunoby (hamstring) intends to ink a five-year, $212.5 million contract extension with the Knicks, which includes a player option and trade kicker, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Anunoby's extension comes in the wake of the Knicks trading for Mikal Bridges, giving the team an excellent wing tandem heading into 2024-25. Anunoby was injured for much of his Knicks tenure last season, but he averaged 14.7 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.0 blocks across 36.2 minutes during his 31 regular-season and playoff games, minus his five-minute final appearance in Game 7 of the second round against Indiana. His role should remain similar this upcoming season, especially with Julius Randle presumably returning healthy in addition to Bridges' addition.
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  • OG Anunoby: Declines player option Monday

    Anunoby (hamstring) declined his $19.9 million player option for 2024-25 on Monday and will become an unrestricted free agent, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports. It was inevitable that Anunoby would decline his player option, as he has a reported market value of around $35 million-plus per year going into free agency, which starts June 30. The 26-year-old has proven his worth as a solid wing defender and three-point shooter, but his injury history is another factor teams will consider before making him an offer. Anunoby was traded from the Raptors to the Knicks on Dec. 30, and he averaged 14.1 points, 4.4 rebounds, 1.7 steals, 1.5 assists and 1.0 blocks across 34.9 minutes in 23 regular-season appearances for New York.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Unlikely to return Sunday

    Anunoby (hamstring) won't return to Sunday's Game 7 against the Pacers, Keith Smith of reports. Smith and ESPN's broadcast said Anunoby, who started in his return from a four-game absence and scored five points in five minutes before exiting, won't return Sunday. However, Fred Katz of The Athletic relays that the Knicks haven't officially ruled Anunoby out yet. Miles McBride started the second half in place of Anunoby.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Will start Sunday

    Anunoby (hamstring) is active and will start Sunday's Game 7 against the Pacers, Ian Begley of SportsNet New York reports. Anunoby will return to action for the decisive Game 7 after missing the previous four matchups due to a left hamstring strain. Josh Hart is also available despite suffering an abdominal strain during Game 6. Anunoby had 28 points (10-19 FG) in 28 minutes during Game 2 before suffering the injury, but he'll likely face some limitations Sunday.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: On track to play

    Anunoby, who's officially listed as questionable due to a left hamstring strain, is on course to play in Sunday's Game 7 against Indiana, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. The Knicks could have Anunoby, who's missed the last four games, and Josh Hart (abdomen) available for the deciding Game 7. While the pair are trending toward playing, their availability won't be made official until closer to the 3:30 ET tip. If Anunoby goes, Precious Achiuwa would likely see less work and Jericho Sims could be pushed out of the rotation. Considering Anunoby hasn't played since May 8, he could be under a minutes restriction Sunday.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Upgraded to questionable

    Anunoby (hamstring) has been upgraded to questionable for Sunday's Game 7 against the Pacers. The questionable tag is all there is to work with right now in terms of specifics, but New York fans will be thrilled that there's a chance Anunoby is able play for the first time since Game 2. There should be additional clarity on Anunoby's status following the Sunday morning shootaround.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Ruled out for Game 6

    Anunoby (hamstring) has been ruled out Friday for Game 6 in the Knicks' Eastern Conference semifinal round series with the Pacers, Ian Begley of SportsNet New York reports. As expected, Anunoby won't be available for Game 6, and considering he's still been limited to light on-court work since straining his hamstring in Game 2, it's unlikely he would be available for Game 7, if necessary. Miles McBride, Precious Achiuwa and Alec Burks will help pick up the slack in Anunoby's absence.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Likely out for Game 6

    Anunoby (hamstring) is expected to remain out Friday for the Knicks' Game 6 matchup with the Pacers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals but may return to the lineup thereafter, Brian Windhorst reported Wednesday on ESPN's "Get Up" program. "He's out of the pool and doing some court work for the Knicks," Windhorst said of Anunoby. "If the Knicks advance, the fact that he's already out there on the court and doing some light work makes it a possibility that the Knicks could see him in the Eastern Conference Finals should they get one more victory." Anunoby sounds unlikely to return to action for a potential Game 7 on Sunday if the Pacers were to extend the series with a win Friday, but the 26-year-old looks like he could be ready to go for the start of a conference finals series with the Celtics or Cavaliers if his hamstring responds well to on-court work. After Precious Achiuwa had started in place of Anunoby in Games 3 and 4, Miles McBride entered the starting five for the Knicks' Game 5 win as part of a small-ball lineup.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Likely out for remainder of series

    Anunoby (hamstring) is targeting a return for the Eastern Conference Finals, per Chris Haynes on TNT's NBA Tip-Off broadcast. Anunoby is already set to miss his third straight game Tuesday due to a left hamstring strain and now appears likely to miss the remainder of the series against Indiana. If the Knicks are able to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, Anunoby should reclaim his starting spot. However, Miles McBride and Precious Achiuwa will likely continue to receive increased playing time in his absence.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Progressing in recovery

    Knicks head coach Tom Thibodeau said that Anunoby (hamstring) -- who remains out for Tuesday's Game 5 matchup with the Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinal round, has been getting in some "light work on the court," Dustin Dopirak of The Indianapolis Star reports. Anunoby will miss his third straight game due to a left hamstring strain. While the 26-year-old forward is progressing in his recovery, his status for Game 6 on Friday is in doubt.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Will miss Game 5

    Anunoby (hamstring) has been ruled out for Tuesday's Game 5 against the Pacers. Anunoby will miss a third straight game due to a left hamstring strain. After winning the first two matchups of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, the Knicks have lost back-to-back games without Anunoby. Precious Achiuwa should continue to start at power forward, while Anunoby's next chance to suit up will come Friday in Game 6. Over the weekend, Anunoby was able to get a pool workout in, but he hasn't resumed running yet.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Not running yet

    Head coach Tom Thibodeau said Sunday that Anunoby (hamstring) has been doing "pool work" but has yet to resume running, Ian Begley of SportsNet New York reports. Anunoby has missed the Knicks' last two games after suffering a left hamstring strain in the Knicks' 130-121 win in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinal round matchup with the Pacers. Based on Thibodeau's comments, Anunoby doesn't look as though he's on track to play in Tuesday's Game 5, though the Knicks haven't officially declared his status for that contest.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Ruled out for Game 4

    Anunoby (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's Game 4 against the Pacers. This is hardly a surprise given how tricky hamstring injuries are to deal with. Anunoby has been traveling with the team and is likely getting treatment around the clock. In the meantime, the Knicks are likely to play a very tight rotation with Alec Burks getting extended run in Game 4.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Out for Game 3, but with team

    Anunoby (hamstring) remains out for Friday's Game 3 against the Pacers, but he traveled with the Knicks to Indiana, Dustin Dopirak of The Indianapolis Star reports. Anunoby will miss the game due to left hamstring soreness, but his presence with the team suggests the Knicks aren't preparing for him to miss extended time.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Ruled out for Game 3

    Anunoby (hamstring) has been ruled out for Game 3 against the Pacers on Friday. This is a brutal blow to the Knicks, as it'll be tough to replace what Anunoby brings to the team. His absence should open up minutes for Precious Achiuwa and Alec Burks, and guys like Josh Hart and Donte DiVincenzo will be asked to step it up on offense. Anunoby's next chance to play will come Sunday.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Hurts hamstring, won't return

    Anunoby has been ruled ruled out for the remainder of Wednesday's Game 2 against the Pacers with left hamstring soreness. He finished with 28 points (10-19 FG, 4-7 3Pt, 4-6 FT), four rebounds, three assists and one block in 28 minutes prior to departing. Anunoby went straight to the locker room and was grabbing at his left hamstring after a shot attempt late in the third period. He'll be unable to return to the contest, and given the nature of his injury, his availability for Friday's Game 3 in Indiana would seem to be in jeopardy. The Knicks have already been running a thin rotation with the likes of Mitchell Robinson (ankle), Bojan Bogdanovic (foot) and Julius Randle (shoulder) having been ruled out for the season, so head coach Tom Thibodeau may need to call upon reserves such as Precious Achiuwa, Miles McBride and Alec Burks to take on more minutes if Anunoby can't play in Game 3.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Heads to locker room

    Anunoby limped to the locker room holding his left hamstring during Wednesday's Game 2 against Indiana, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports. After being without Jalen Brunson for portions of the first half, the Knicks could be down Anunoby after he came up limping during the third quarter with what appears to be a left hamstring injury. Until we get an official update from the Knicks, Anunoby should be considered questionable to return. While he's out, Alec Burks, Miles McBride and Precious Achiuwa are the likely candidates for more minutes
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Balanced outing in double-double

    Anunoby produced 16 points (8-16 FG, 0-4 3Pt), 14 rebounds and three blocks over 47 minutes during Sunday's 97-92 win over the 76ers in Game 4 of the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. Anunoby put forth a well-rounded performance to help New York take a commanding 3-1 lead over Philadelphia, finishing second on the team in scoring and rebounds en route to a double-double performance. Anunoby, who also recorded a team-high-tying trio of blocks, recorded his first double-double of the postseason while posting his fourth consecutive game in double figures in scoring.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: Modest numbers in return

    Anunoby (elbow) tallied 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-4 3Pt), two steals and one rebound across 29 minutes Friday in the Knicks' 108-100 loss to the Bulls. After appearing in three straight games from March 12 through March 16 following his return from Feb. 8 surgery to remove a loose fragment in his elbow, Anunoby didn't respond as well as hoped in his return to action and was subsequently shut down. Despite the Knicks providing limited updates on Anunoby's progress over the last three weeks, he was surprisingly upgraded to available ahead of Friday's game and took back his spot in the starting five from Miles McBride. Anunoby shot the ball well but wasn't especially impactful in the box score, but the Knicks are likely just happy to have one of their top defenders back in the fold as the postseason nears. Provided his elbow doesn't present any complications moving forward, Anunoby should eventually settle back into a 35-plus-minute role in competitive contests.
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  • Knicks' OG Anunoby: In starting lineup

    Anunoby (elbow) is in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the Bulls. No surprise here, as Anunoby was previously upgraded to probable. There's no word of any restrictions ahead of tipoff, and Miles McBride will return to the bench with Anunoby cleared.
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