McRae will not play Sunday against the Bucks.
McRae will get the night off, as will Ish Smith, so the Wizards will start Justin Robinson and Brad Beal in the backcourt. Isaac Bonga, Rui Hachimura and Thomas Bryant will start up front.
McRae tallied 12 points (5-11 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three rebounds and three blocks over 21 minutes Monday against the Knicks.
McRae led his squad with three blocks in the exhibition, though the Wizards would fall 104-99. The former second-round pick out of Tennessee didn't make much of an impact a season ago, averaging just 5.9 points over 27 contests, but it looks as though he'll compete for a key bench role this year.
McRae (Achilles) has been ruled out Tuesday against Boston.
Unsurprisingly, McRae will be held out of the final contest of the season for the Wizards due to an Achilles injury. He'll be back with the team for the 2019-2020 campaign after signing an extension earlier in the day.
McRae (Achilles) has signed a one-year contract with the Wizards, Candace Buckner of The Washington Post reports.
The Wizards have evidently been impressed by McRae's play this season and have decided to keep him around for next year. The Tennessee product is averaging 5.9 points along with 1.5 rebounds and 1.1 assists over 27 contests this season, although he may miss the final matchup of the 2018-2019 campaign after recently suffering an Achilles injury.
McRae (Achilles) is questionable for Tuesday's game against the Celtics.
McRae suffered an Achilles injury during Friday night's matchup with San Antonio, and he was held out of Sunday's clash as a result. An update on his availability for Tuesday should surface closer to tip.
McRae (Achilles) won't play Sunday against the Knicks.
McRae suffered a left Achilles injury during Friday's matchup, and the Wizards have decided it's in his best interest to miss Sunday's clash. He'll have a chance to return for the final matchup of the regular season Tuesday against Boston.
McRae (Achilles) is officially questionable for Sunday's game against the Knicks.
McRae exited Friday's game against San Antonio after 15 minutes with a sore left Achilles. He's at risk of missing the final two games of the season if his discomfort continues into Sunday.
McRae has been ruled out for the rest of Friday's game against San Antonio due to a sore left Achilles, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
McRae scored seven points (3-6 FG, 1-4 3Pt) and recorded two rebounds along with three assists over 15 minutes prior to exiting. The Wizards won't push him with only a few games remaining in the regular season and nothing to play for.
McRae ended with 21 points (8-10 FG, 5-5 FT), and three rebounds in 25 minutes during Wednesday's 124-121 victory over the Suns.
McRae established a new season high in scoring in Wednesday's victory while turning in some efficient shooting along the way. His role has fluctuated over the course of the season and his playing time from one game to the next is anyone's guess. There is a chance he is worked into the rotation with a little more regularity down the stretch but he remains more of a deep-league flier.
McRae has been assigned to the G League, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
McRae got some NBA run Monday against the Jazz, posting 10 points, one rebound, one assist and one steal in 14 minutes. The Wizards would rather have him in the G League on Wednesday, however.
McRae has been recalled from the G League, Ben Standig of NBC Sports Washington reports.
McRae hasn't played since Feb. 13 against the Raptors, and he's recently been dealing with an Achilles injury. It appears he's healthy, however, and may end up seeing action Saturday against Memphis.
McRae (Achilles) did not play in Friday's loss to the Blue Coats.
The G League's leading scorer, it's surprising we haven't heard any other information regarding McRae's status for future contests. Given he only played 20 minutes in the team's previous game, it's fair to assume the injury likely occurred Tuesday.
McRae registered 44 points (15-26 FG, 3-9 3Pt, 11-14 FT), four rebounds, three assists and one block in 38 minutes Saturday in the G League Capital City Go-Go's 135-119 loss to Raptors 905.
McRae cleared the 30-point threshold for a 10th consecutive game, marking a new G League record. The two-way player has been one of the top performers on the circuit when the Wizards have assigned him to Capital City this weekend. Over 28 outings with the affiliate, he's averaging 31.4 points (on 48.4 percent shooting from the field), 5.1 boards, 4.0 assists, 2.1 triples and 1.6 steals in 36.9 minutes per game.
McRae posted 33 points (13-25 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 4-7 FT), three rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block in the 111-108 win over the Swarm.
McRae was actually overshadowed by Swarm point guard Devonte' Graham, but both two-way players managed to make a significant impact on the game. McRae is unquestionably the G League's best scorer (leads league with 30.7 points), but his upside is generally limited in terms of fantasy because of his inability to register additional statistics (5.1 rebounds, 4.0 assists in 24 games).
McRae tallied 44 points (17-28 FG, 1-6 3Pt, 9-13 FT) to go along with nine assists and eight rebounds in Wednesday's loss to Lakeland.
This should just be a reminder that McRae technically has a two-way contract, even despite his growing role with the Wizards. The G League midseason All-NBA recipient has certainly made an impression at the NBA level, most recently scoring 20 points off the bench just prior to the All-Star break, and likely will be a sparkplug for the Wizards as they push for a potential eight-seed in the Eastern Conference.
McRae totaled 20 points (8-11 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 2-3 FT), five rebounds, two steals, two blocks and an assist over 26 minutes in the Wizards' loss to the Hawks on Monday.
McRae broke out for a season-high 20 points in Monday's loss, playing 26 minutes off the bench. He's appeared in just 12 games this season, providing only middling results. Monday's 20-point outburst is an anomaly in an otherwise unmemorable season for McRae.
McRae was recalled from the G League on Saturday.
McRae saw 26 minutes during the Wizards' last game, though played a combined 12 minutes in the two prior games. That said, it's not a guarantee he gets on the court Saturday.
McRae was assigned to the G League on Friday.
McRae notably saw 26 minutes during Wednesday's NBA game against the Pacers, racking up 12 points, three rebounds and a steal. That kind of run probably won't happen often, so McRae can still be avoided in the vast majority of fantasy leagues. Ultimately, he's bound to spend most of the season with the G League's Go-Go.
McRae played a season-high 26 minutes and contributed 12 points (5-10 FG, 2-2 3Pt), three rebounds and one steal Wednesday in the Wizards' 107-89 victory over the Pacers.
After exploding for 15 points in just eight minutes one night earlier against the Cavaliers, McRae was awarded an elevated role in the Washington backcourt rotation in the second half of the back-to-back set. He ended up outpacing starting point guard Tomas Satoransky (23 minutes) in playing time and provided another quality scoring punch. There's a decent chance he'll see his minutes tail off a little in the Wizards' next game Saturday against the Bucks, but McRae might have done enough over the last two contests to at least temporarily solidify a spot in coach Scott Brooks' rotation.
McRae finished with 15 points (5-5 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 3-3 FT), a rebound, an assist and two steals over eight minutes Tuesday against the Cavaliers.
McRae made his way into the scoring column for the first time since Dec. 19 when he put up two points over four minutes against Houston. Tuesday's scoring output marked a season-best for the 27-year-old guard, as he hasn't seen many opportunities to contribute throughout the year. McRae is averaging just 4.0 minutes and less than a point per contest (10 games), so he doesn't possess much fantasy appeal at this point.
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