Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
mpg
Minutes Per Game
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Points Per Game
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Assists Per Game
rpg
Rebounds Per Game
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Blocks Per Game
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Steals Per Game
2021 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2020 71318.3 21.4 11.5 0.7 5.8 0.9 0.3

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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Returns to action in Las Vegas

    Wiseman finished Sunday's Las Vegas Summer League game against the Spurs with 11 points (5-7 FG, 1-1 3Pt), two rebounds, two blocks and three turnovers in 20 minutes of action. This was Wiseman's first time playing in a sanctioned NBA game since he appeared in three G League games in March, so it's a fairly significant step for the No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. Athletically, Wiseman looked as good as ever -- he had a monster alley-oop dunk to begin the game and an emphatic block at the rim later in the first quarter -- which is ultimately the most important outcome considering he underwent surgery on his right knee in April of 2021 and missed the entire 2021-22 NBA season. The Warriors will likely continue to handle Wiseman with some level of caution throughout Summer League, but the hope is that he's fully back up to speed to begin training camp in the fall. If Wiseman proves he can stay healthy, he'll be one of the most interesting and difficult-to-value players in the league when it comes to fantasy.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Will play Sunday

    Wiseman (knee) will make his 2022 Summer League debut Sunday against the Spurs, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. This is a huge step for Wiseman, who missed all of last season due to meniscus surgery that didn't heal as expected. The Warriors have seemingly been cautious with him as well, but it's finally time to get him back on the court. As a rookie in 2020-21, the center averaged 11.5 points, 5.8 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 21.4 minutes.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Could play in Las Vegas

    Wiseman (knee) went through a full scrimmage Thursday with the Warriors' Las Vegas Summer League team, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. The Warriors have been mostly quiet about Wiseman's progress as he continues to work back from knee surgery, but it's encouraging to see him back on the floor in a full-contact setting. Earlier in the week, the Warriors noted that Wiseman likely won't play in Friday's Las Vegas Summer League opener, but the team intimated that it hopes to have the big man available for at least a few games in Vegas. If that happens, it will be Wiseman's first official game action since April of 2021.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Participates in full-contact work

    Wiseman (knee) participated in 5-on-5, full-contact drills during Sunday's practice, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Wiseman missed the entire 2021-22 season due to a meniscus tear that didn't heal as quickly as anticipated, but he's been trending in the right direction recently and participated in full-contact work for the first time Sunday. The 21-year-old is on track to appear in the Las Vegas Summer League as long as he continues to progress smoothly in his recovery.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Likely in for Vegas Summer League

    Wiseman (knee) will not participate in the California Classic portion of Summer League on July 2 and 3, but the goal remains for him to play once Las Vegas Summer League begins, Kendra Andrews of ESPN.com reports. The Warriors' first game in Vegas is July 8 against the Knicks. Despite Wiseman doing full on-court work and practice, caution will continue to be used regarding his recovery. As the event draws closer, more information regarding his participation in Las Vegas Summer League should emerge.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Expected to play in Summer League

    Wiseman (knee) said there is a "90 percent chance" he'll play in Summer League in July, Madeline Kenney of Bay Area News Group reports. As expected, Wiseman has progressed in his rehab and is nearing full-contact work ahead of Summer League. The No. 2 overall pick from 2020 missed all of this past season due to a meniscus tear that didn't heal as quickly as anticipated.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Nearing return to full-contact work

    Wiseman (knee) is nearing clearance for full contact and there remains optimism that he'll be available to return during Summer League in July, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Wiseman seems to be progressing well in his recovery, as he has recently "increased his court activity and is now sprinting for pain-free stretches," according to Charania and Anthony Slater of The Athletic. An update regarding his official status ahead of Summer League is said to be coming in the next two weeks, but it appears his recovery is on track and he may be able to return to the court in July, barring any setbacks.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: May play in Summer League

    Wiseman (knee) said Monday that's he progressing well and playing in Summer League remains a possibility, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Wiseman appeared on the verge of returning to NBA action when he played in three G League games during March, but he suffered a setback and was ultimately shut down for the rest of the 2021-22 campaign. The 2020 No. 2 overall pick said he's taking things "one day at a time" and feels like he's getting better, but "it all depends on the [Warriors'] training staff." The talented big man has played in only 39 games over his first two seasons in the league, but he's still only 21 years old and could have a bright future ahead of him if he's able to overcome his knee issues.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Out for season

    The Warriors ruled Wiseman (knee) out for the remainder of the season Friday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Wiseman's recovery from a torn right meniscus hasn't gone as planned. He appeared to be on the verge of making season debut earlier this month, after he appeared in three G League games. However, he experienced swelling in his surgically-repaired knee following those games, sidelining him ever since and now prompting the Warriors to shut him down for good. Wiseman is expected to remain in the Bay Area to continue rehabilitating, and the Warriors anticipate that he'll be a full participant for the start of training camp in the fall.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Suffers setback

    Wiseman has experienced recent swelling in his right knee, and his status moving forward is uncertain, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Wiseman recently completed a rehab stint with the Santa Cruz Warriors of the G League and was expected to begin practicing with Golden State. However, those plans were scrapped when swelling occurred in the big man's surgically repaired right knee. The setback puts Wiseman's return to the NBA by the end of the regular season in doubt, as the Warriors have only 12 games remaining on the schedule. Wiseman hasn't participated in an NBA contest since April of 2021.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Recalled, remains out Wednesday

    Wiseman (knee) was recalled by the Warriors on Wednesday. Wiseman completed his rehab stint with the G League's Santa Cruz Warriors on Wednesday and averaged 17.3 points and 9.7 rebounds in 20.7 minutes per game across three starts with the club. He'll be unavailable for Golden State's matchup against the Celtics but should have a good chance to make his regular-season debut against the Spurs on Sunday, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: To play another game in G League

    Wiseman (knee) will play another game for Santa Cruz on Tuesday, C.J. Holmes of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Wiseman continues to ramp up his activities, but Golden State evidently isn't yet ready to clear him for NBA action. He logged 20 minutes in Santa Cruz's matchup Sunday and will require at least one more game in the G League, if not more. According to head coach Steve Kerr, the team has not made any plans for the young center beyond Tuesday.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Puts up 19 and 14 in G League

    Wiseman (knee) finished Sunday's G League game for the Santa Cruz Warriors with 19 points (8-17 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-4 FT), 14 rebounds, two blocks and five turnovers in 20 minutes. Playing in the second of two G League contests as part of his ramp-up program, Wiseman was noticeably more aggressive on both ends than he was in his initial game with Santa Cruz on Thursday (18 points, six rebounds in 21 minutes). At this stage, it's unclear if Wiseman will continue to log G League action or if he'll rejoin the Warriors ahead of their three-game Week 22. Either way, Wiseman will not play in Golden State's home matchup against Washington on Monday, so his 2021-22 NBA debut remains on hold.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Cleared for G League games

    The Warriors released a statement Tuesday revealing that Wiseman (knee) has been cleared to progress to the next stage of his rehabilitation, which includes playing in games with the G League's Santa Cruz Warriors on Thursday and Sunday. Wiseman underwent surgery to repair a right meniscal tear in mid-April 2021 and has been sidelined for the first 65 games of the season. However, his return to NBA action appears to be drawing closer now that he's been cleared for game action in the G League. He'll play Thursday against the Stockton Kings and Sunday against the G League Ignite before presumably rejoining the NBA team for further re-evaluation following those games. The 2020 No. 2 overall pick could make his season debut for Golden State by the middle of March.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Recalled by Golden State

    Wiseman (knee) was recalled by Golden State on Saturday. Wiseman joined the G League's Santa Cruz Warriors for practice Friday but will now return to the parent club. It's not yet known when he'll be cleared for game action.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Assigned to G League

    Wiseman (knee) was assigned to the G League's Santa Cruz Warriors on Friday. Wiseman is expected to get in a scrimmage at the G League level Friday, but Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports that he won't play in Santa Cruz's contest Saturday. The 2020 No. 2 overall pick has been ramping up his rehab, but there still isn't a definitive timeline for a return to game action.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Likely to ramp up in G League

    Wiseman said Wednesday that he will "most likely" appear in games for the Warriors' G League affiliate before making his 2021-22 NBA debut, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. After a prolonged recovery from meniscus repair surgery he required in April followed by an arthroscopic procedure on the same right knee in December, Wiseman is finally nearing the finish line in his rehab program. He took a significant step forward Wednesday by taking part in 5-on-5 scrimmaging, and he'll likely head to the G League during the upcoming NBA All-Star break to continue practicing on a regular basis. Once he's deemed ready for game action, Wiseman looks as though he'll first ramp up with the Santa Cruz Warriors, as he won't have the luxury of picking up consistent minutes with the NBA team, at least not right away. Whenever he receives the green light to suit up for Golden State, Wiseman will likely be eased into the rotation as the main backup to Kevon Looney, who has performed well defensively as the team's starting center this season.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Entering final stages of rehab

    Wiseman (knee) said Wednesday he's in the final stages of his rehab after not experiencing any setbacks following his first 5-on-5 scrimmage since suffering the injury, Kendra Andrews of ESPN.com reports. Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports that Wiseman said his body feels good and that the scrimmage "went great" and he "got a couple dunks." Slater also relays that the 2020 No. 2 overall pick will "most likely" get some time in the G League before making an eventual return to game action. As a rookie last season, Wiseman averaged 11.5 points and 5.8 rebounds in 21.4 minutes per game. However, when he does return, it's possible he'll have to settle for a backup role behind Kevon Looney.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Progressing to 5-on-5 scrimmage

    Wiseman (knee) will participate in a 5-on-5 scrimmage Tuesday for the first time this season, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Wiseman, who suffered a torn meniscus last April, underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in December after his rehab wasn't going as planned. A week ago, the second-year big man progressed to full-contact drills for the first time, and he'll attempt to take another leap forward by participating in a full-contact, 5-on-5 scrimmage Tuesday. Barring a setback, Wiseman looks as though he could be ready to make his 2021-22 debut at some point shortly after the All-Star break. As a rookie last season, Wiseman averaged 11.5 points and 5.8 rebounds in 21.4 minutes per game, but he may have to settle backup role at center behind Kevon Looney once he's deemed ready to play again.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Participates in 3-on-3 scrimmage

    Wiseman (knee) participated in a full-contract, 3-on-3 scrimmage Tuesday, Kendra Andrews of ESPN.com reports. Wiseman, who suffered a torn meniscus last April, underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in December after his rehab wasn't going as planned. Andrews relays that the scrimmage was Wiseman's first contact work since initially suffering the injury, so it appears the 2020 No. 2 overall pick is trending in the right direction. Barring a setback, Golden State may have Wiseman back sometime after the All-Star break. The talented big man averaged 11.5 points and 5.8 rebounds during his rookie season, but it's unclear what type of role he will have when he eventually returns, as the Warriors' roster is dramatically different than a year ago.
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