Ellington registered 24 points (7-12 FG, 7-11 3Pt, 3-4 FT), two rebounds and two assists across 28 minutes in Monday's loss against the Heat.
Ellington has started in five of his last six appearances, and while he usually delivers value with his long-range shooting and a few scoring exploits here and there, this was his best game of the season by a wide margin -- he nearly doubled his previous season-high scoring mark of 13 points, set against the Bucks on Jan. 4. Ellington can't be trusted for 20-point performances on a nightly basis, but he should remain a decent fantasy alternative in most formats as long as he remains in the starting lineup.
Ellington will start Wednesday's game against the Bucks, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
Ellington will receive his third start of the season, while Josh Jackson will shift to the bench for Detroit.
Ellington will come off the bench Friday against the Suns, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
With Josh Jackson (ankle) returning to the starting five, Ellington will come off the bench. He's seen 49 total minutes across the past two games and that role is likely going to dip Friday.
Ellington registered 12 points (5-9 FG, 2-6 3Pt), three rebounds, a steal and a block across 24 minutes in Wednesday's 130-115 loss against the Bucks.
Ellington got the start at shooting guard with the Pistons struggling with injuries in the backcourt and made his presence felt -- he was one of two Detroit starters who surpassed the 10-point mark. He's played in just three games this season (two starts), but Ellington's scored in double digits in each of those games.
Ellington is starting Wednesday's game against the Bucks, James L. Edwards III of The Athletic reports.
The 33-year-old will make his second straight start with Killian Hayes (hip) and Josh Jackson (ankle) sidelined. Ellington had 13 points (5-7 FG, 3-4 3Pt), four rebounds, two assists and one steal in 25 minutes Monday.
Ellington had 13 points (5-7 FG, 3-4 3Pt), four rebounds, two assists and one steal across 25 minutes during a 125-115 loss to the Bucks on Monday.
Despite playing once in the Pistons' first six games this season, Ellington was given a start. He was serviceable, scoring at least 12 points and three treys for the first time since March 2. Ellington's career stats have shown he is unlikely to maintain this pace. However, Ellington may have chances to play more if Jackson and Killian Hayes (leg) miss time due to injuries.
Ellington is starting Monday's game against Milwaukee, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
Ellington will draw the start Monday with Josh Jackson (ankle) ruled out. He's appeared in one contest so far this season, scoring 11 points in 21 minutes of action Dec. 28 against Atlanta.
Ellington agreed to a one-year, $2.6 million contract with the Pistons on Tuesday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Ellington ended the 2018-19 season with Detroit, and the franchise has opted to bring back the veteran journeyman, who has played for eight other teams. It doesn't seem like Ellington will have a sizeable role with the Pistons given that the team is rebuilding. Last season with the Knicks, he averaged 5.1 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 15.5 minutes.
The Knicks waived Ellington on Thursday.
New York pared down its roster before the start of free agency, as two-way player Kenny Wooten was cut, while Ellington, Taj Gibson and Elfrid Payton all had their 2020-21 options declined. A career 37.8 percent shooter from distance, Ellington should find a home elsewhere as a three-point specialist off the bench.
Ellington posted 15 points (5-8 FG, 5-8 3Pt), three rebounds, two assists and two blocks in 19 minutes during Monday's 125-123 win over the Rockets.
Ellington has been out of the rotation for most of the season, but he has appeared in seven out of 10 games from Feb. 6 onward. He has scored in double digits four times during that stretch and could be headed for a bigger role off the bench during the final weeks of the regular season.
Ellington (coach's decision) didn't see the floor during Wednesday's 107-101 loss to the Hornets.
Ellington had been dealing with illness over the last several days but was cleared to play in this one. Nevertheless, he didn't end up earning a single second on a night when 11 Knicks earned double-digit minutes. Ellington is in the midst of a down year in terms of his three-point shooting, and he does little else besides that.
Ellington (illness) is available Wednesday against the Hornets.
Ellington has been battling an illness, but he'll make his return to the court Wednesday. Since the New Year, he's averaging 6.7 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 17.3 minutes.
Ellington (illness) is considered probable for Wednesday's game against the Hornets, Ian Begley of SNY reports.
Ellington had been battling an illness for the last several days, but he's trending toward returning to availability Wednesday night. Over his last four healthy games, Ellington is averaging 12.3 points and 3.0 made threes in 23.0 minutes.
Ellington (ankle) is not on the injury report ahead of Monday's game against Houston.
Ellington was dealing with a minor ankle issue over the weekend, but he'll be available in his usual role off the bench.
Ellington was limited in Saturday's practice due to a strained right ankle, Steve Popper of Newsday reports.
Ellington emerged from Friday's tilt with Indiana with an ankle issue. While it doesn't appear to be too severe, there's a chance it could cause him to miss Monday's game against the Rockets.
Ellington (ankle) is available Friday at Indiana.
The 32-year-old is dealing with a right ankle strain but will play through the issue Friday. Ellington is averaging 5.1 points in 15.3 minutes through 28 games this season.
Ellington (ankle) is questionable for Friday's game against the Pacers.
Ellington is dealing with a strained right ankle, leaving his status up in the air for Friday's game against Indiana. He'll likely test the issue out during warmups before a determination is made regarding his availability.
Ellington put up 17 points (6-12 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 2-2 FT) to go with five rebounds and three assists across 27 minutes Saturday in the Knicks' 95-92 win over the Pistons.
After opening February outside of interim coach Mike Miller's rotation, Ellington has surprisingly logged 45 minutes between the past two contests, turning in double-digit scoring performances in both of those outings. His 17 points Saturday tied Julius Randle for tops on the team, and Ellington logged eight minutes more than any of the other five players who were used off the bench. Though the veteran doesn't really have a spot in the rebuilding Knicks' long-term plans, Ellington looks like he could receive more opportunities on the wing following the recent trade of Marcus Morris to the Clippers.
Ellington (illness) doesn't appear on the Knicks' injury report for Monday's game against the Cavaliers.
Ellington had been listed as questionable with the illness ahead of the Knicks' previous game Saturday, but he ultimately gained clearance to suit up in the team's 90-87 loss to the 76ers. The veteran failed to see the floor in a coach's decision, however, as bench boss Mike Miller opted to go with Allonzo Trier and Kevin Knox as the backup wings behind starters Reggie Bullock and Marcus Morris.
Ellington is questionable for Saturday's game against the 76ers due to an illness.
Ellington's availability has been sparse all season, and it's possible he misses his 22nd game of the year Saturday. If that's the case, Allonzo Trier, Kadeem Allen and Damyean Dotson could all see extra minutes.
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