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Nov 30, 2022 7 2 2 0 6
Nov 28, 2022 8 4 2 0 5
Nov 25, 2022 17 7 3 0 10
Oct 21, 2022 12 4 4 2
Oct 19, 2022 25 7 9 7

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2022 5914.8 15.2 5.5 2.3 4.5 0.8 0.5
2021 1555.2 5.1 2.9 0.2 1.8 0.4 0.0
2020 1354.1 6.8 1.6 0.3 2.4 0.1 0.1
3y Avg. 2736.8 9.1 3.2 0.6 2.8 0.3 0.2
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Limited minutes in return

    Fernando (knee) supplied four points (2-2 FG), two rebounds and one steal in eight minutes during Monday's 129-113 loss to the Nuggets. Fernando returned from a one-game absence but handled only a light role off the bench. Based on how Fernando has performed when healthy this season, he could get another look in the starting five at some point soon. With that said, Fernando's upside will be limited so long as Alperen Sengun is available to pick up the majority of the center minutes, whether as a member of the top unit or the bench.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Off injury report

    Fernando (knee) will be available for Monday's matchup against the Nuggets. Fernando missed the vast majority of the season due to a knee injury before making his return Friday and then sitting out the second leg of the back-to-back Saturday. He likely was held out precautionarily and should re-take Alperen Sengun's spot as the starting center.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Won't play Saturday

    Fernando is out for Saturday's game against the Thunder due to left knee injury maintenance. Fernando made his return from a 15-game absence Friday. While the 24-year-old big man started against the Hawks, Alperen Sengun (groin) will likely rejoin the starting lineup in his absence. The Rockets are likely just holding Fernando out for the second night of a back-to-back, and he should be good to go for Monday's game against the Nuggets.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Will play Friday

    Rockets coach Stephen Silas said Fernando (knee) is available for Friday's game against the Hawks, Adam Spolane of Sports Radio 610 Houston reports. Fernando has missed the last 15 games due to a left knee injury. Fernando started in the first two games of the season but will likely come off the bench behind Alperen Sengun.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Could return Friday

    Fernando (knee) participated fully in practice Tuesday and could return to action Friday versus the Hawks, Adam Spolane of Sports Radio 610 Houston reports. Fernando did some agility work during practice Saturday and has now progressed to full participation. With the Rockets not playing again until Friday, Fernando has some additional time to get into action. He's expected to work in with Alperen Sengun at center, though Sengun may have secured himself a starting role.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Returns to practice

    Fernando (knee) was doing agility work during Saturday's practice but is "still a little ways out from being able to return," Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports. Fernando won't play Sunday against the Warriors. However, with Fernando returning to the practice court, he may be ready to go for the Rockets' subsequent contest Friday versus Atlanta.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Remains sidelined Friday

    Fernando (knee) is out for Friday's game versus the Pacers, Alykhan Bijani of The Athletic reports. Fernando has missed all but the first two games of the season due to left knee soreness. After being named a surprise starter, it's unclear what Fernando's role will be when he retakes the court for Houston.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Out again Wednesday

    Fernando (kneecap) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against Dallas. Fernando hasn't played since Oct. 21, but he's been able to go through full workouts recently and may be able to return to game action soon. His next chance to suit up will come Friday against the Pacers.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Gearing up for return

    Rockets coach Stephen Silas said Friday that Fernando (kneecap) went through an intense workout with assistant coach John Lucas and is getting closer to a return, Adam Spolane of Sports Radio 610 Houston reports. Silas didn't give an exact date for Fernando's return, but it seems like three weeks from the original timetable set in late October is the earliest he can come back. Kenyon Martin and Alperen Sengun should continue to see extended minutes until Fernando retakes the court.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Expected to sit 2-3 weeks

    Fernando (knee) is expected to be sidelined for the next two-to-three weeks due to left patellar tendinitis, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports. While Fernando was given a longer timetable for his return to action, it wasn't yet clear exactly how long that absence would last. Feigen suggests that he will be sidelined for the next two or three weeks, leaving Alperen Sengun (illness), Kenyon Martin and Tari Eason as the prime candidates to see extended minutes in his absence.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Will be out 'a while'

    Fernando (knee) will be out "a while" due to a left knee issue, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports. The details are still relatively vague, but Fernando appears to be dealing with some discomfort in his left knee, which forced him out of Saturday's blowout loss to Milwaukee. Usman Garuba started that contest over Alperen Sengun (illness), so it looks as though coach Stephen Silas is going out of his way to avoid starting Sengun, who entered the year with lofty fantasy expectations. With Fernando likely to miss multiple weeks, it will be worth noting whether Silas ends up moving Sengun into the starting five at some point.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Won't play Monday vs. Utah

    Fernando (knee) will not play Monday against Utah. Fernando will miss a second straight game due to a sore knee, so the Rockets will likely roll with Usman Garuba as their starting center, as was the case Saturday night in Milwaukee. Coach Stephen Silas seems to be making a point to avoid starting Alperen Sengun, though the second-year big man has played 23, 27 and 22 minutes off the bench in Houston's first three games.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Out Saturday

    Fernando (knee) will not play in Saturday's game against the Bucks. Fernando left Friday's game early due to a sore knee, so it is not surprising that the team is exercising caution in the second night of a back-to-back set. In his absence, Alperen Sengun figures to be the prime beneficiary, but Usman Garuba and Tari Eason could also see some extra minutes in the rotation.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Exits with sore knee

    Fernando left Friday's victory over the Rockets early due to a sore left knee, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports. Fernando's status for Saturday's game against the Bucks is unknown at this time. Alperen Sengun is the likely candidate to see an increased workload if Fernando is ultimately unable to give it a go.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Plays well in surprise start

    Fernando had seven points (3-3 FG, 1-2 FT), nine rebounds, seven assists and two blocks in 25 minutes during Wednesday's 117-107 loss to Atlanta. In maybe the most shocking development of Wednesday's games, coach Stephen Silas started Fernando over promising young center Alperen Sengun. It's hard to know what to make of the situation, but Fernando unquestionably played well. He needs to be on fantasy managers' watchlists.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Starting at center to open season

    Fernando is in the starting lineup for Wednesday's season opener against the Hawks, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports. While many expected Alperen Sengun to get the nod at center for the Rockets to begin the 2022-23 campaign, Fernando will get an opportunity with the first unit against his former team Wednesday. In 30 appearances with the Celtics and Rockets last season, Fernando averaged just 2.9 points and 1.8 rebounds in 5.1 minutes per contest, but it looks like the big man could be in line for a bigger workload in 2022-23.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Candidate to start at center

    Fernando is in the mix to start at center for the Rockets to begin the regular season, Kelly Iko of The Athletic reports. Although Alperen Sengun was the favorite to serve as the Rockets' starting center for most of the offseason, Fernando has had some time with the first team at practice recently. Even if Sengun draws the start Wednesday against Atlanta, it wouldn't be surprising to see Fernando garner a decent amount of playing time off the bench. More than anything, this news is a bit concerning for fantasy managers who invested significant capital in Sengun during draft season.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Hauls in 10 boards Friday

    Fernando closed with four points (2-4 FG), 10 rebounds, one assist and one block in 23 minutes during Friday's win over the Raptors. Fernando moved into the starting lineup, replacing Alperen Sengun who was given the night off. While he grabbed double-digit rebounds in the victory, there's very little to be excited about when it comes to fantasy upside. Barring an injury to Sengun, Fernando remains well off the radar in fantasy leagues.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Getting start Friday

    Fernando will start Friday's game against the Raptors, Ben DuBose of USA Today reports. Fernando is one of multiple lineup deviations from the regulars, as is often the case during the preseason. His role could be slightly larger than usual Friday as a result.
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  • Rockets' Bruno Fernando: Agrees to four-year deal

    Fernando signed a four-year, $10.9 million contract with the Rockets on Sunday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Fernando rejoined the Rockets on an Exhibit 10 contract in late July, and his contract was converted to a two-way deal late last week. He's impressed during the offseason and will be rewarded with a multi-year deal ahead of the 2022-23 campaign. Fernando appeared in 30 games between the Celtics and Rockets last year and averaged 2.9 points and 1.8 rebounds in 5.1 minutes per game.
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