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date min
Total Rebounds
Total Assists
Fantasy Points
Feb 14, 2024 12 3 2 0 4
Feb 13, 2024 23 18 9 2 31
Feb 10, 2024 13 4 3 1 8
Feb 8, 2024 16 7 5 1 15
Feb 4, 2024 5 0 0 0 -1

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 39111.2 14.1 6.0 0.6 4.0 0.6 0.1
2022 76016.9 19.3 10.0 0.7 5.9 0.6 0.2
2020 71318.3 21.4 11.5 0.7 5.8 0.9 0.3
3y Avg. 49217.6 20.3 10.7 0.7 5.9 0.8 0.2
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Surprises with 18 points

    Wiseman had 18 points (8-12 FG, 2-3 FT), nine rebounds, two assists and one block in 23 minutes during Tuesday's 125-111 loss to the Lakers. Wiseman was an unexpected surprise considering Jalen Duren's form hold on the starting job. The duo split even minutes in the loss, but the metrics suggest that the increase is just a blip on the radar. The Pistons have little to play for, so we may see increased tinkering with the lineup after the All-Star break, and that could have a positive affect on Wiseman's totals.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Elevated role in blowout loss

    Wiseman finished with four points (2-3 FG), five rebounds, one assist and one block in 24 minutes during Tuesday's 131-110 loss to the Kings. Wiseman played 20-plus minutes for the first time since Dec. 18. He's appeared in 15 of Detroit's last 16 games, averaging 7.2 points, 5.2 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 17.8 minutes per game. However, barring an injury to Jalen Duren, Wiseman doesn't have much fantasy value.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Fails to score in 12 minutes

    Wiseman provided zero points (0-2 FG) and two rebounds across 12 minutes during Tuesday's 118-112 loss to Brooklyn. Wiseman continues to offer minimal production in Detroit, failing to score in 12 minutes of playing time. After a brief period during which he at least put himself on the standard league radar, things have returned to normal. Given he is unlikely to be an every-night part of the rotation, there is no reason to consider him worthy of a roster spot.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Continues strong play off bench

    Wiseman totaled 17 points (7-9 FG, 3-3 FT), six rebounds, five assists and one steal across 26 minutes during Saturday's 146-114 loss to the Bucks. Wiseman led all Pistons bench players in scoring, rebounds and assists while setting a season-high mark with five dimes. It was his third straight game with at least 10 points, and Wiseman has reached the double-digit point total in only five contests this year. He has averaged 15.7 points, 7.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists over his last three games and continues to benefit from multiple absences in Detroit's frontcourt, namely Jalen Duren (ankle).
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Scores season-high 20 points

    Wiseman finished with 20 points (9-12 FG, 2-2 FT), 13 rebounds, one assist and one block across 28 minutes during Friday's 124-92 loss to the 76ers. The Pistons dropped their 22nd straight game Friday, so there wasn't much for the team to celebrate. However, Wiseman provided a silver lining with his best game of the campaign, leading the team with a season-high 20 points and 13 boards for his first double-double since the final game of last season. Wiseman hasn't been given substantial playing time this year, but his performance Friday may open the door to more opportunity, especially with Jalen Duren (ankle) out for an extended period and Marvin Bagley continuing to deal with a troublesome back.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Gets eight minutes in loss

    Wiseman registered four points (2-3FG) and four rebounds over eight minutes in Wednesday's 116-102 loss to the Grizzlies. Wiseman was a DNP in each of the Pistons' last two games, but he saw the floor Wednesday after Jalen Duren left with an apparent ankle injury. If Duren is forced to miss time, Wiseman and fellow big man Marvin Bagley figure to see an uptick in minutes alongside Isaiah Stewart.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Operates as primary backup

    Wiseman ended Monday's 126-107 loss to the Wizards with eight points (3-4 FG, 2-4 FT) and four rebounds over nine minutes. With Jalen Duren reclaiming his spot in the starting lineup, coach Monty Williams had a decision to make regarding his backup center. Marvin Bagley had clearly moved ahead of Wiseman to start the campaign, but the former didn't see any action Monday while the latter was solid in limited work. It's unclear if this was a permanent move, but either way, both Bagley and Wiseman won't have significant fantasy value as long as Duren is healthy.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Season-best performance

    Wiseman totaled 11 points (5-6 FG, 1-2 FT), four rebounds and one assist over 14 minutes during Tuesday's 126-120 loss to the Hawks. Wiseman posted a season-high 11 points while matching his most minutes played. The 22-year-old was needed to combat the size of Atlanta's frontcourt, especially with Jalen Duren (ankle) still out. Injury woes in Detroit have not led to relevant production from Wiseman, so he remains off most fantasy radars.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Held scoreless against Warriors

    Wiseman notched zero points (0-3 FG) and three rebounds in 11 minutes during Monday's 120-109 loss to the Warriors. Jalen Duren missed Monday's game with an ankle injury, but he's believed to be day-to-day. Wiseman is clearly out of favor in Detroit right now, as Marvin Bagley was given the bulk of Duren's minutes.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Will be available Monday

    Wiseman (finger) is available for Monday's matchup against the Thunder. As expected, Wiseman has been upgraded from probable to available and will suit up Monday. However, the 2020 first-round pick hasn't seen any playing time through Detroit's first three regular-season games. Isaiah Stewart (35.0 minutes per game), Jalen Duren (33.3) and Marvin Bagley (14.7) have dominated the Pistons' frontcourt minutes thus far.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Probable Monday

    Wiseman (finger) is probable for Monday's game against the Thunder due to a left digit sprain. It's unclear whether Wiseman is dealing with a finger or toe injury, but he'll likely be able to suit up against Oklahoma City. However, his status shouldn't impact the Pistons' rotation.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Poor outing off bench Friday

    Wiseman racked up four points (2-5 FG), three rebounds, an assist and a block across 10 minutes off the bench in Friday's 114-104 preseason loss to the Mavericks. Wiseman spent the preseason battling with Marvin Bagley for the role of backup center behind Jalen Duren, but a couple of uninspiring performances made him lose ground in that race. Wiseman is expected to see limited minutes off the bench once the regular season begins next week.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Competing for backup minutes

    Coach Monty Williams said Wednesday that Wiseman and Marvin Bagley are competing to serve as Jalen Duren's backup, Omari Sankofa II of the Detroit Free Press reports. It's no surprise that Duren will be operating as the starting center, but Williams suggested that there will likely be room in the rotation for only one of Wiseman or Bagley. Wiseman's role increased after being traded from the Warriors to the Pistons last year, as he averaged 12.7 points and 8.1 rebounds in 25.2 minutes per game over 24 appearances with Detroit, but it sounds as though he could have more trouble finding consistent playing time under his new head coach.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Double-doubles in summer opener

    Wiseman posted 16 points (6-10 FG, 1-3 3pt, 3-6 FT), 11 rebounds, one assist and two blocks across 26 minutes of Saturday's 89-78 Summer League win over Orlando. Wiseman was dominant on the interior, grabbing a game-high 11 rebounds (four offensive) while rejecting a pair of shots and finished with a positive 20 plus-minus in the win. After attempting just 0.4 three-pointers per game last season, Wiseman spent a lot of time on the perimeter Saturday, hucking up three triples and connecting on one of them. Though the 2020 No. 2 overall pick has had a rough transition to the NBA, he's oozing with talent and should remain a key contributor for the Pistons this summer.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Double-doubles in finale

    Wiseman ended with 11 points (4-9 FG, 3-4 FT), 12 rebounds and one block across 25 minutes during Sunday's 103-81 loss to Chicago. Wiseman notched his seventh double-double during the final game of the campaign. The 2020 first-round pick had an uptick in production following his move to Detroit and appears poised for a major role with the Pistons next season.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Returns to game

    Wiseman (face) returned to Tuesday's game versus Indiana, Mike Curtis of The Detroit News reports. Despite exiting Tuesday's game in the first half with a facial laceration, he is good to go for the remainder of the game. He checked back into the contest with 8:35 left in the third quarter.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Questionable to return

    Wiseman is questionable to return to Friday's game against the Pacers due to a facial laceration, according to Omari Sankofa II of the Detroit Free Press. Wiseman played only two minutes before the injury. If he's unable to return, the Pistons will need to rely heavily on Jalen Duren and Marvin Bagley.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Shoots well from line in loss

    Wiseman posted 16 points (5-10 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 6-7 FT), three rebounds, two assists and one block across 29 minutes in Wednesday's 123-108 loss to the Nets. For the second game in a row, Pistons head coach Dwane Casey rolled out a supersized frontcourt featuring Wiseman and Jalen Duren, and though Wiseman was actually a team-best plus-6 during his time on the court, Detroit ultimately dropped its 11th straight contest and third in a row by a double-digit margin. Though Wiseman saved his night by shooting more efficiently at the free-throw line than usual, his rebound production once again suffered while playing next to Duren. Wiseman has pulled down 4.5 boards per game over his last two starts, compared to the 8.6 he averaged in his other 18 starts with Detroit when Duren either came off the bench or sat out due to injury.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Records double-double in loss

    Wiseman provided 14 points (7-9 FG) and 11 rebounds across 29 minutes during Wednesday's 107-106 loss to the Thunder. Wiseman did most of his damage in the first half, scoring 12 of his points and grabbing seven of his boards in the first two quarters as the Pistons ultimately fought (unsuccessfully) to snap their 15-game losing streak. The third-year center now has five double-doubles in March, and his 77.8 percent shooting mark from the field marked his most efficient performance of the month.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Lifts offense in double-double

    Wiseman had 22 points (10-13 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and 13 rebounds across 33 minutes during Sunday's 112-100 loss to the Heat. Wiseman picked up his third double-double in four games, leading Detroit in both points and rebounds. He was helped by Jalen Duren being limited to just nine minutes before exiting the contest with a head injury, as Wiseman and Duren had typically been part of a near-even split of the minutes at center when both have been healthy. If Duren can't gain clearance for the Pistons' next game Tuesday in Atlanta, Wiseman could once again be in store for 30-plus minutes, and likely elevated numbers to go along with it.
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