Warren tallied 18 points (9-24 FG, 0-4 3Pt), five rebounds, two assists and a steal in 39 minutes during Tuesday's 99-92 loss to the Kings.
Warren continued to shoulder a bigger workload on Tuesday with Devin Booker (groin) still sidelined. While he's been effective for the struggling Suns with Booker healthy as well, Warren's three-point game has seen an uptick in his absence. Warren represents a good value, arguably one of the best in Phoenix currently without Booker.
Warren scored 24 points (7-16 FG, 2-3 3PT, 8-8 FT) to go with three rebounds and two assists across 31 minutes in Saturday's 104-101 loss to San Antonio.
In the absence of Devin Booker (groin), Warren led all starters with 24 points on Saturday. The Phoenix forward is already on a career-high pace with 18.8 points through 28 games. With or without Booker, Warren is taking more chances on offense this season, averaging a career-high 15.6 shots per game. However, the difference between Warren and Booker is the three-point game. Warren is shooting 20.9 percent from beyond the arc on 1.5 three-pointers per game. Booker is shooting 38.3 percent on a career-high 6.5 shots from three. While Warren cannot fill the void in Phoenix's three-point game, he is still a consistent scorer thus far.
Warren finished with 23 points (9-20 FG, 5-7 3Pt), eight rebounds and one assist in 43 minutes during Thursday's 109-99 loss to the Wizards.
Warren tied his season-high with 43 minutes, scoring 23 points in the process. Warren has been excellent for the Suns in what has been a disappointing season so far. Devin Booker (groin) is expected to miss 2-to-3 weeks, giving Warren the green light on offense. While this could result in an increase in his production, his efficiency could take a small hit as a result.
Warren scored 25 points (12-19 FG, 1-3 3PT) to go along with eight rebounds, three assists and two steals over 34 minutes in Monday's 115-101 win over Philadelphia.
Averaging a career-best 18.6 points, Warren continued to add to his solid start with 25 points on Monday. The forward is averaging 18.8 points over his last five games. As one of two offensive bright spots for a youth-driven Phoenix squad, Warren is developing a steady role for himself in what is turning out to be a career year.
Warren received four stitches for a cut above his eye during halftime of Saturday's game against the Celtics and returned.
Though the laceration was serious enough to require stitches, it did not stop Warren from returning to action. It seems doubtful he'll miss any time due to the injury.
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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|