Len had his best scoring performance since Mar. 20 while also adding a career high six assists during the blowout victory Tuesday. The former Maryland center has averaged 8.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.2 assists across 69 games played during his fifth season in the NBA so far.
Len churned out 16 points (7-15 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-3 FT), 10 rebounds and one assist across 25 minutes in Sunday's 117-100 loss to the Warriors.
Len's yo-yo production continued Sunday, as he generated his second double-double over the last three games. The fifth-year center had turned in only five points and four rebounds over 19 minutes against the Pelicans on Friday, an example of the inconsistency that often confounded his fantasy owners this season. The 24-year-old undeniably has double-double upside any time he takes the floor, and he'll look to close out the season on a positive note against the Mavericks on Tuesday.
Len (ankle) totaled 17 points (6-9 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 4-8 FT), 15 rebounds and one assist across 32 minutes in Tuesday's 97-94 win over the Kings.
Len's return from a three-game absence was a rousing success, as he posted only his second double-double since March 1. The fifth-year big also posted his fourth double-digit scoring effort in the last five games, a welcome late-season surge after an extended slump where both Len's minutes and production were significantly depressed. Len is apparently back to full health if Tuesday's performance is any indication, but Marquese Chriss is currently thriving as the starting center, likely keeping the former confined to a second-unit role for what's left of the season.
Updating a previous report, Len (ankle) will play in Tuesday's matchup with the Warriors, Scott Bordow of the Arizona Republic reports.
It was reported earlier Tuesday that Len was expected to sit out a fourth straight game, but he appears to have made enough progress in the lead-up to pregame warmups to be given the go ahead to play. His exact workload in his first game back is still unclear, so it may be wise to temper expectations for the big man Tuesday. Len's return could cut into the minutes of Marquese Chriss and Alan Williams.
Len (ankle) is expected to remain out Tuesday against the Warriors, Scott Bordow of AZCentral.com reports.
Len is on track to miss a fourth straight game with a sore left ankle, and interim coach Jay Triano said he also expects Elfrid Payton, TJ Warren and Devin Booker to remain out. As a result, the Suns will once again be shorthanded, leaving Marquese Chriss, Dragan Bender and Alan Williams in line for increased minutes up front.
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