Delgado (back) did not play in Tuesday's win over the Swarm.
It's unclear when Delgado suffered the injury, as the productive center played 81 minutes combined in the previous two games. While Delgado's injury likely won't impact the Clippers at the NBA level, the center has turned into arguably one of the most destructive big men in the G League, with his latest example of carnage - a 40-point, 20-rebound win last Tuesday - showcasing his extreme value in DFS formats.
Delgado put up 40 points (18-23 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), 20 rebounds, four assists and one steal in 37 minutes for the G League's Agua Caliente Clippers in their 120-107 win Tuesday over the Northern Arizona Suns.
Gaudy scoring and rebounding totals have been the norm for Delgado in G League play this season, but his numbers Tuesday were downright Chamberlain-esque. An extended stay in the NBA doesn't appear likely for the two-way player this season while the Clippers remain in the hunt for a playoff spot, but the monstrous production he's delivered in the G League makes Delgado an intriguing player to track for dynasty purposes nonetheless.
Delgado registered 16 points (8-11 FG), 21 rebounds and two assists in the 110-95 loss Thursday to South Bay.
This doesn't even rank among the top-10 rebounding performances of the season, as the center actually has three of those to his name, including a season-leading 31-rebound performance at the beginning of January. It's fair to say that the big man is one of the premiere rebounders in the G League, and will continue to be a relatively safe fantasy play regardless of how many points he scores.
Delgado posted 28 points (13-17 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 1-5 FT), 15 rebounds, four assists, two blocks and one steal in the win Wednesday over Windy City.
Delgado earned Midseason All-NBA G League honors for his exploits throughout the opening portion of the 2018-19 G League season, but it's fair to question how much Agua Caliente will see of their young center, particularly with the Clippers primed to fall off the Western conference pedestal after a number of moves near the NBA trade deadline.
After trading away nearly half their roster in a 24-hour span, the Clippers were down to just 10 available players Thursday while waiting for the new imports to arrive. Those extensive absences allowed Delgado to dress for the first time all season, with the rookie playing some backup center minutes in his NBA debut. While he'll move up in the pecking order one spot with Marcin Gortat and Boban Marjanovic now out of town, Delgado still ranks fourth on the Clippers' center depth chart behind Montrezl Harrell, the newly acquired Ivica Zubac and Johnathan Motley. Expect Delgado to move back to the G League's Agua Caliente Clippers if Zubac is ready to make his team debut Saturday in Boston.
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