Warren posted 16 points (6-12 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 3-4 FT) and recorded three rebounds along with two blocks and a steal across 34 minutes Saturday against the Hornets.
Warren has pieced together steady scoring production of late, finishing in double figures in seven of his previous eight contests. He's also managed to add fantasy value across the board, proving effective in the rebounding department and on the defensive end of the court in the steals column. The North Carolina product figures to continue to see plenty of opportunities to do damage, especially seeing as he's started each of his squad's last 21 games.
Warren totaled 18 points (7-15 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 3-3 FT), three rebounds, one assist and one steal across 31 minutes in Tuesday's 131-97 loss to the Pacers.
The game was no where close the entire time, as the Pacers ran with the lead most of the way. Warren was one of the few bright spots for the Suns, shooting nearly 50 percent and getting back on track after posting 20-point outings in four of his previous five contests.
Warren scored a team-high 20 points (7-20 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 4-7 FT) while adding seven rebounds and an assist in 39 minutes during Wednesday's 104-94 loss to the Mavericks.
With Devin Booker (back) sidelined again, Warren continued his scoring barrage, dropping 20-plus points for the fourth straight game and the 13th time in his last 16 contests. The 25-year-old is averaging 20.8 points, 4.3 boards, 2.2 three-pointers, 1.9 assists and 1.5 steals over that stretch, and the addition of a reliable three-point shot this season has significantly boosted his fantasy appeal.
With Devin Booker exiting the game with back spasms after just 12 minutes, Warren stepped up to lead the team in scoring. The fifth-year forward has now hit the 20-point mark in four of his last five games, as he continues to enjoy a career-best season from three-point range. Factoring in Sunday's production, Warren is now sporting an impressive 44.2 percent success rate from three-point range, and he's supplementing that long-distance marksmanship with 50.0 percent shooting overall and a career-high 83.2 percent figure from the charity stripe.
While valued mostly for his quality, efficient scoring as the Suns' second banana behind Devin Booker, Warren's ability to rack up steals is perhaps an under-reported story. He's now picked up at least two steals in six of his past 10 outings to boost his season mark to 1.2 per game, the third straight campaign in which he's averaging at least one.
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|2012-13||North Carolina State||35||944||186||299||62.2||14||27||51.9||39||72||54.2||425||12.1|
|2013-14||North Carolina State||35||1238||342||652||52.5||31||116||26.7||156||226||69.0||871||24.9|
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|2012-13||North Carolina State||35||944||72||2.1||28||0.8||42||1.2||15||0.4||34|
|2013-14||North Carolina State||35||1238||137||3.9||40||1.1||63||1.8||21||0.6||83|