Recent Games

date min
Total Rebounds
Total Assists
Fantasy Points
Dec 8, 2023 25 11 1 2 16
Dec 6, 2023 29 9 6 4 25
Dec 2, 2023 31 18 7 5 35
Nov 30, 2023 33 10 8 5 31
Nov 28, 2023 27 11 8 3 24

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
2023 45924.2 31.1 14.0 2.4 5.2 1.0 0.7
2022 188725.8 32.6 15.7 2.4 4.9 1.1 0.9
2021 133520.5 27.2 10.3 2.3 5.2 0.9 0.9
3y Avg. 160223.9 30.4 13.1 2.4 5.5 1.1 1.0
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Contributes across board

    Washington finished Thursday's 129-128 win over the Nets with 10 points (2-11 FG, 2-9 3Pt, 4-4 FT), eight rebounds, five assists, two blocks and three steals in 33 minutes. Brandon Miller (ankle) sat out Thursday's game, and although Washington didn't get the start, he reached 33 minutes for the first time since Nov. 18. Miles Bridges is clearly the favored option at power forward for Charlotte, but Washington's ability to contribute across the box score will help to keep his fantasy value afloat as a key part of the second unit.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Cleared to play

    Washington (foot) is available for Sunday's game against the Magic. As expected, Washington and Terry Rozier (groin) have both been upgraded from probable to available. With Miles Bridges back in the mix, Washington is expected to come off the bench. In his only bench appearance this season, Washington posted 15 points (6-13 FG), one rebound, one assist, two steals and one block in 28 minutes.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Expected to play Sunday

    Updating a previous report, Washington (foot) is listed as probable for Sunday's game versus the Magic. Washington is expected to return to action Sunday after missing Wednesday's contest with right foot discomfort. With Miles Bridges now part of the starting rotation, Washington should serve as one of Charlotte's first options off the bench in the frontcourt.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Won't play Sunday

    Washington (foot) is out for Sunday's game versus the Magic. Washington will miss his second straight game Sunday due to right foot discomfort. Mark Williams and JT Thor will likely continue to receive extended minutes in his absence. Washington's next chance to suit up is Tuesday's matchup with the Knicks.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Late scratch

    Washington has been ruled out for Wednesday's matchup against the Wizards due to right foot discomfort. Washington is a late scratch after not appearing on any of Charlotte's previous injury reports. He recently lost his starting spot to Miles Bridges, so in Washington's absence, JT Thor is a candidate for increased bench minutes behind Bridges and Mark Williams.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Productive despite bench role

    Washington ended Monday's 121-118 overtime victory over the Celtics with 15 points (6-13 FG, 3-9 3Pt), one rebound, one assist, one block and two steals in 28 minutes. Washington moved to the bench Monday, ceding his starting spot to Miles Bridges. After a couple of poor performances, Washington got things back on track in the victory, a welcome sign for anyone still holding him in standard formats. Despite the fact his role is likely to be scaled back slightly, he remains a viable asset, albeit one who could very well end up on a few waiver wires should his numbers dwindle once again.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Moves to bench

    Washington won't start Monday's game against the Celtics. Washington started each of his 12 appearances to start the season but will revert back to a bench role now that Miles Bridges is fully integrated into Charlotte's rotation. Washington hasn't come off the bench since the 2021-22 season, when he averaged career-low numbers across the board, so the move will likely be a blow to his fantasy value.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Struggles badly versus New York

    Washington finished with three points (1-10 FG, 1-7 3Pt), six rebounds, two assists, a steal and two blocks across 33 minutes in Saturday's 122-108 loss to the Knicks. Washington delivered a 32-point performance against the Heat on Nov. 14, but that might have been an isolated situation since he has failed to reach the five-point mark in three of his last four contests. However, Washington scored in double digits in his first eight appearances, so this is nothing more than a slump for him -- albeit a noticeable one given the shooting woes. He should remain a key part of the rotation, but Miles Bridges' return from suspension could eat into Washington's playing time.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Usage monster again

    Washington supplied 32 points (12-23 FG, 6-11 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds and one assist over 36 minutes during Tuesday's 111-105 loss to Miami. Washington stepped up with Gordon Hayward (hamstring), Brandon Miller (ankle) and Terry Rozier (groin) out. Washington's scoring isn't always conducive to Charlotte winning, but he's a huge part of the offense -- especially when he's connecting on threes at volume. It will be interesting to see the future allocation of Washington's minutes with Miles Bridges (suspension) returning Friday against Milwaukee.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Limited impact in loss

    Washington closed Sunday's 129-107 loss to the Knicks with four points (1-8 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), two rebounds, three assists and one block across 22 minutes. Washington saw fewer minutes than usual during Sunday's blowout loss, and he was held to single digits in the scoring column for the first time this year. While Sunday's inefficiency was discouraging, he's still shooting 47.5 percent from the floor this year and is averaging 15.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 32.7 minutes per game. However, he's also shooting just 26.8 percent from beyond the arc after converting 36.6 percent of his three-point attempts over his first four years in the league, so his scoring marks may improve slightly as the season progresses.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Double-double in win

    Washington provided 11 points (5-15 FG, 0-6 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 10 rebounds, four assists and one steal in 38 minutes during Friday's 124-117 win over the Wizards. Washington's double-double was his second of the season. However, he continues to struggle from beyond the arc, going 0-for-6, en route to a 27.8 percent rate across eight games. Overall, he is averaging a career-high 17.0 points to go with 5.9 rebounds, 2.1 rebounds, 0.5 steals, 0.6 blocks and 1.3 triples per contest this year.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Scores team-high 23

    Washington had 23 points (8-13 FG, 5-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT) and three rebounds over 35 minutes during Wednesday's 128-119 loss to the Rockets. Washington caught fire from deep, which attests to his versatile scoring after posting 53 points through Charlotte's first three games while only making three triples and zero free throws. Logging three rebounds Wednesday is problematic as Charlotte continues losing games, but Washington still led the frontcourt in minutes played.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Booms for 25

    Washington posted 25 points (12-18 FG, 1-6 3Pt), five rebounds and two assists over 32 minutes during Wednesday's 116-110 win over Atlanta. Washington got wherever he wanted in the paint, routinely overpowering defenders for dunks and beating opponents in the lane. His 25 points and 18 shots were both team-high marks. Washington leading Charlotte in volume shouldn't be a regular expectation, but it's symbolic of a high nightly ceiling.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Surpasses 30 points in victory

    Washington tallied 31 points (13-18 FG, 5-8 3Pt), three rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal over 24 minutes in Sunday's preseason 117-115 win over Oklahoma City. Washington led all players in Sunday's preseason contest in scoring and shots made from three while finishing north of 30 points in just 24 minutes. Washington has averaged 17.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.0 blocks and 1.0 steals over three preseason games.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Re-signs with Charlotte

    The Hornets signed Washington (foot) to a three-year, $48 million contract Saturday, Roderick Boone of The Charlotte Observer reports. Washington will remain in Charlotte after spending the first four years of his career with the franchise. In 2022-23, he averaged 15.7 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.1 blocks in 32.6 minutes across 73 appearances. Washington missed the final four games of last season with a foot injury but is set to begin the 2023-24 campaign as the Hornets' starting power forward, though he could be moved to a bench role when Miles Bridges is reinstated following his 10-game suspension.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Season over

    Washington (foot) is out for Sunday's tilt against the Cavaliers. Washington will miss four straight games to conclude the season. The fourth-year big finishes the 2022-23 regular season with averages of 15.7 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.1 blocks in 32.6 minutes -- the points and minutes represent career marks.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Remains sidelined Friday

    Washington (foot) is out for Friday's game versus Houston. Washington will miss his third straight game Friday due to a right foot sprain. JT Thor has started in his absence and will likely line up for another Friday. Washington's next chance to suit up is Sunday's matchup with the Cavaliers, although he could sit out that game too, with the Hornets already eliminated from playoff contention.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Sitting again Tuesday

    Washington (foot) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against Toronto. The Hornets will be without several players once again Tuesday, and Washington will sit for a second consecutive game. Kai Jones should continue to see increased run against the Raptors, while Washington's next chance to play will be Friday against Houston.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Will not play Sunday

    Washington (foot) will not play Sunday against Toronto. The Hornets will be missing a total of seven players for Sunday's contest, and that includes most of their key players. Coach Steve Clifford mentioned that he may experiment with Kai Jones as a power forward, so that is something to watch for Sunday.
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  • Hornets' P.J. Washington: Termed questionable for Sunday

    Washington (foot) is considered questionable for Sunday's game versus the Raptors. Washington departed Friday's game versus the Bulls prematurely due to a right foot sprain, so the questionable tag is at least a decent sign. Even so, the Hornets will presumably take every possible precaution with the big man, given the team's position well outside of the playoff picture.
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