Warren scored a game-high 23 points (10-14 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT) while adding three rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block in 31 minutes during Tuesday's 111-85 rout of the Thunder.
Indiana headed into halftime leading by 10, but Warren made sure the outcome wasn't in doubt with a big third quarter, popping for 11 of his 23 points. It's the fourth time in the last six games the 26-year-old forward has scored 20 or more, and he's averaging 18.5 PPG for the surprising Pacers while shooting a career-high 53.0 percent from the floor.
Warren scored 33 points (15-18 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT) while adding four rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block in 41 minutes during Tuesday's 122-120 overtime loss to the Hornets.
It was his best scoring effort yet as a Pacer, although his ultra-efficient performance ended up going for naught. Warren has popped for 20 or more points in three of the last four games, and with the Indiana roster hit hard by injuries, the 26-year-old forward figures to continue seeing high usage.
Warren went off for 26 points (10-16 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 5-6 FT), five rebounds, three assists, and one steal in 38 minutes during Sunday's 108-95 win over the Bulls.
Warren finished with game highs in scoring and minutes and was on fire offensively, doing most of his work inside the arc while chipping in across every category but blocks. Given that he struggled so badly in Friday's contest versus the Cavaliers, it's encouraging to see him bounce back in a big way, plus the team needed it with Victor Oladipo (knee), Myles Turner (ankle), and Domantas Sabonis (calf) all sidelined. It doesn't sound as though Sabonis will be sidelined for long, but Warren will likely remain one of the top options offensively at least until Oladipo returns.
Warren had three points (1-8 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and three rebounds in 28 minutes during Friday's 102-95 win over the Cavaliers.
Warren struggled to score, which is where he typically provides his value. He has had a couple impressive performances on the defensive end through five appearances, having combined for eight steals in the previous two matchups. Nevertheless, it's more likely than not that Warren will continue struggling to make a positive statistical impact on nights when his shot isn't falling.
Warren had 20 points (8-16 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-4 FT), three rebounds, three steals, and one assist in 34 minutes during Wednesday's 118-108 win over the Nets.
Warren has rebounded following two subpar showings to begin the season, combining for 39 points, eight boards, eight steals, and two dimes across the last two tilts. Warren has earned at least 34 minutes in all four games to begin the year, and while he's still unproven in most non-scoring categories, he has at least turned up his intensity on the defensive end.
Warren scored 19 points (9-22 FG, 1-3 3Pt) while adding five rebounds, five steals and an assist in 38 minutes during Monday's 96-94 loss to the Pistons.
While the 26-year-old posted solid fantasy numbers, particularly on the defensive end, Warren missed two shots in the final minute that might have given the Pacers their first win of the season. The former Sun has a big role in the offense right now, but his usage will decline when Jeremy Lamb (hip) rejoins the lineup, not to mention once Victor Oladipo (knee) is finally healthy enough to suit up again.
Warren (hip) finished with 10 points (5-12 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 0-2 FT), a rebound and a block in 33 minutes during Wednesday's loss to the Pistons.
Warren wasn't able to contribute much beyond scoring in Wednesday's season opener against Detroit. In addition, he took a nasty fall midway through the third quarter, leaving briefly before returning for the fourth quarter. Warren was diagnosed with a hip bruise and although he stated that he'll play Saturday against Cleveland, his status ahead of the game should be monitored.
Warren totaled 17 points (6-12 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 4-5 FT), one rebound, one assist, and one block in 28 minutes during Friday's 105-87 preseason victory over the Bulls.
Warren led the Pacers in scoring Friday, dropping 17 points on 6-of-12 shooting. This could be the tale of the tape for Warren who is set to be the starting small forward come opening night. He should be a decent source of points but typically fails to produce in the other areas. His perimeter scoring took a giant leap last season and the hope is that trend will continue. He is fine to roster in standard formats as long as you don't have to spend a mid-round pick on him.
Warren will start at small forward this season, Tony East of the West Indianapolis Community News reports.
As expected, coach Nate McMillan will start the Warren, who was a key offseason acquisition for the Pacers. While Warren has had a tough time staying healthy, he made significant strides as a three-point shooter last year. It remains to be seen if that will stick, but at the very least, Warren should be able to provide a scoring punch for a team that will be without Victor Oladipo (quad) likely until December.
Warren, along with the No. 32 pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, was traded to the Pacers on Thursday in exchange for cash.
Warren has spent the first five years of his career on the Suns. He's battled injury -- playing 65-plus games just twice -- but has shown upside. Though Warren saw his role take a small dip last season, he still averaged 18.0 points per game on 48.6 percent shooting. Most notably, the forward increased his three-point percentage from 22.2 to 42.8. Warren will have a chance at a starting job with the Pacers depending on what happens with the expiring contracts of Bojan Bogdanovic and Thaddeus Young.
Warren (ankle) will not play in Tuesday's season finale against the Mavericks, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
No surprise here, as Warren hasn't played since January while battling a severely bruised right ankle. Prior to the injury, Warren got off to a strong start, but this will mark the third time in five NBA seasons that he's failed to reach 50 games played.
Warren (ankle) will remain sidelined for Sunday's matchup with the Rockets, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
Warren has not officially been ruled out for the season, but with just one game remaining after Sunday's contest that is all but a formality at this point. He has been sidelined since Jan. 24, so there is no real reason to bring him back for the season finale. It looks like he will finish his season with an average 18.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 1.2 steals across 31.6 minutes in 43 games.
Warren (ankle) is out Friday against the Pelicans, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
Despite Warren not playing since Jan. 22, the team hasn't yet ruled him out for the year. It would be a shock if he ended up taking the floor during either of the final two games of the year.
Warren (ankle) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against Utah, Kellan Olson of ArizonaSports.com reports.
Warren still hasn't taken the court since Jan. 22, so a return in the final few games of the season seems unlikely at this point. Still, he'll be considered a game-time call for Friday's clash with New Orleans.
Warren (ankle) will remain out for Monday's game against Cleveland, Kellan Olson of ArizonaSports.com reports.
Unsurprisingly, Warren won't return to the court for Phoenix's upcoming contest, and he's set to miss his 29th straight matchup. The Suns will continue to monitor his status on a daily basis.
Warren (ankle) won't play Saturday against the Grizzlies, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports.
Unsurprisingly, Warren remains shelved. His next chance to play arrives Monday against the Cavaliers, though it seems more likely than not that he's played his final game of the season already.
Warren (ankle) is out for Wednesday's game against Washington, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
Warren unsurprisingly will remain out with an ankle injury. He hasn't taken the court since Jan. 22 but will continue to be evaluated on a daily basis moving forward. Warren's next opportunity to return will come Saturday against Memphis.
Warren (ankle) will remain out Monday against Utah, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
It's very much unclear if Warren is anywhere close to returning, though the Suns insist on evaluating his status on a game-to-game basis. His next chance to play will come Wednesday versus Washington.
Warren (ankle) is out Saturday against the Kings, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
There has been no word on Warren's recovery, and he's essentially out until further notice. Still, until the Suns officially deem him out for the season, we'll have to entertain the possibility that he plays Monday against the Jazz.
Warren (ankle) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Pistons, Duane Rankin of AZCentral.com reports.
It's been almost two full months since Warren last took the court, and while the Suns have deflected notions that they'll shut him down, we're to the point in the season where it's fair to question whether Warren will be able to get back on the court.
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