Chriss gathered 21 points (8-10 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 5-6 FT), 10 rebounds and three assists in 25 minutes during Tuesday's 112-94 loss against the Kings.
Chriss was dealing with a calf injury that left him out of the game against the Pelicans on Sunday, but he recovered just in time to be one of Golden State's best players. Chriss has started 11 straight games for the Warriors and has posted averages of 14.5 points, 6.8 rebounds and 63.4 percent shooting from the field during that stretch.
Chriss (calf) will start Tuesday against the Kings, Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.
Chriss was upgraded from questionable to probable, now to starting at center on Tuesday night. He returns to the court after missing Sunday's loss to the Pelicans due to general calf soreness. In the 10 games prior to his absence, all of which he started, Chriss averaged 13.9 points, 6.5 rebounds, 1.9 blocks and 1.4 assists in just under 26 minutes per contest.
Chriss (calf) has been upgraded to probable for Tuesday's game against the Kings.
Chriss is expected to return from left calf soreness that cost him Sunday's game against the Pelicans. This month, he's averaging 14.6 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.3 blocks and 1.4 assists in 26.0 minutes.
Chriss (calf) is questionable for Tuesday's game against the Kings, Nick Friedell of ESPN.com reports.
Chriss missed Sunday's loss to the Pelicans due to a calf issue, and while he wasn't able to practice Monday, it sounds like there's still a chance he could return to the court Tuesday against Sacramento. His availability will likely depend on how he feels during Tuesday's pregame activities.
Chriss (calf) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Pelicans, Kerith Burke of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Chriss entered the day carrying a questionable tag, and he's now been ruled out as he deals with a sore left calf. Kevon Looney will get the start at center Sunday for a Warriors team that will only have nine players available.
Chriss is questionable for Sunday's game against the Pelicans with left calf soreness, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
Chriss presumably picked up the injury during Thursday's loss to the Rockets, as he had 10 points, five rebounds, two assists and one block in only 18 minutes. Draymond Green (pelvis) has been ruled out, so the Warriors may have their frontcourt depth tested Sunday.
Chriss tallied 18 points (7-11 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-6 FT), 12 rebounds, three assists and three blocks in 31 minutes during Wednesday's 112-106 loss to the Suns.
Chriss was fantastic for the Warriors once again Wednesday, continuing his improbable rise up the rankings. Over the past two weeks, Chriss has been a top-40 player. Kevon Looney (hip) is sidelined once again, meaning Chriss has basically no competition for minutes at this stage. There is obviously an element of risk when considering Chriss as a long-term pickup; however, he certainly appears to have ironed out a number of flaws in his fantasy game.
Chriss delivered 17 points (5-10 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 7-9 FT), nine rebounds, two steals and one block in 27 minutes during Monday's 113-101 loss against the Heat.
Chriss has started each of Golden State's last eight games and has done a great job so far, registering six games with double-digit scoring figures while averaging 13.9 points and 6.0 rebounds in 26.0 minutes per game during that stretch. He should remain Golden State's starting center moving forward and could see an uptick on his fantasy upside as the team's lone bonafide inside presence capable of making an impact on a nightly basis.
Chriss provided 26 points (12-15 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-1 FT), nine rebounds, two blocks, one assist and one steal in Saturday's 125-120 loss to the Lakers.
It took Chriss just the first half to surpass his season high, as he scored 20 points while shooting 9-of-10 from the field. Though he fell one point shy of his career best and a rebound short of a double-double, the performance was enough to warrant as one of the 22-year-old's best in his four-year NBA tenure. Chriss has started off February strong by posting averages of 14.3 points (61 percent from the field), seven rebounds and 2.8 blocks through four games.
Chriss signed a two-year contract with the Warriors on Friday, Bobby Marks of ESPN.com reports.
Chriss has started the last six games for Golden State and is averaging 11.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 2.0 blocks in 25.7 minutes during that stretch. The 22-year-old joined Golden State in September and has turned into a solid rotation piece after a turbulent first three seasons of his career.
Chriss produced 13 points (5-5 FG, 3-4 FT), five rebounds, two blocks and one assist in 26 minutes Monday in the Warriors' 125-117 win over the Wizards.
Chriss is routinely playing the fewest minutes of any of the Warriors' starters since he moved up to the top unit Jan. 24, but that hasn't stopped him from being a serviceable contributor. Over that stretch, Chriss is averaging 12.0 points, 4.6 rebounds, 1.8 blocks, 1.6 assists and 1.0 steal in 25.2 minutes while shooting 67.6 percent from the field. The 22-year-old's transformation into a capable rotation option after he was the NBA's least efficient big men over the first three seasons of his career has been a nice story in an otherwise bleak season for Golden State.
Chriss generated nine points (4-6 FG, 1-2 FT), three rebounds, two steals, an assist and a block in 23 minutes Thursday night, as the Warriors lost to the Celtics 119-104.
Chriss was efficient and contributed across the stat sheet. He has played in some of the most friendly fantasy environments throughout his career, from Phoenix to Houston to Golden State, but has never provided sufficient production. That is unlikely to change on a depleted Warriors squad. Nonetheless, Chriss could become an intriguing dynasty player, given Golden State's utilization of athletic centers when at peak health.
Chriss produced 13 points (5-5 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three rebounds, two steals, two blocked shots and an assist across 21 minutes in Friday's 129-118 loss to the Pacers.
With Willie Cauley-Stein headed out of town, Chriss's fantasy stock has risen a bit, although he'll likely share the duties under center with Omari Spellman going forward.
Chriss will draw the start at center Friday against Indiana, Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Chriss will enter the starting lineup after the Warriors dealt Willie Cauley-Stein to the Mavericks earlier in the night. According to coach Steve Kerr, Golden State will rotate between Chriss and Omari Spellman at the center position going forward.
Chriss was ejected from Wednesday's game against the Jazz, Tony Jones of The Athletic reports.
Chriss was ejected towards the end of the fourth quarter after getting into it with Tony Bradley. He totaled 11 points (5-9 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT), eight rebounds and an assist across 17 minutes of run in the blowout loss. Chriss' availability for Friday's tilt with the Pacers isn't expected to be affected by his ejection.
Chriss supplied 14 points (7-9 FG), six rebounds, one assist and one steal in 21 minutes Monday in the Warriors' 129-124 overtime loss to the Trail Blazers.
After Chriss re-signed with Golden State on a two-way deal last week, coach Steve Kerr has wasted no time reintegrating the 2016 lottery pick into the rotation. He's logged double-digit minutes off the bench in each of the past three games, averaging 7.3 points and 5.0 boards while shooting 68.8 percent from the floor.
Chriss is expected to suit up for Thursday's contest against the Nuggets, Logan Murdock of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Chriss signed a two-way deal Tuesday, and he's likely to burn one of his available NBA days right off the bat. Since December, he's averaging 7.1 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 17.8 minutes.
The Warriors re-signed Chriss to a two-way contract Tuesday after the conclusion of the team's 124-97 loss to the Mavericks, Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports reports.
Golden State waived Chriss just over a week earlier, but the transaction was only done as a means to clear a spot on the 15-man roster for starting shooting guard Damion Lee, a two-way player who has already spent the maximum 45 days at the NBA level this season. Fortunately for the Warriors, none of the league's other 29 teams signed Chriss following his release, so the 2016 lottery pick will rejoin the organization for the remainder of the season. As a veteran of three-plus seasons at the NBA level, Chriss doesn't have much to gain by playing extensively in the G League, so expect him to stick around with Golden State for a good portion of the next three months until he nears the 45-day limit.
Chriss is expected to be brought back to Golden State on a two-way contract, Marc J. Spears of ESPN.com reports.
Chriss was waived by the Warriors just over one week ago, but it appears his time with the team is not yet up. The deal is not yet official, but according to Logan Murdock of NBC Sports Bay Area, the contract could be signed later in the day.
Chriss was waived by the Warriors on Monday, Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Chriss will head to the waiver wire after a solid stint with Golden State for the first half of the season. He logged 15 minutes in Monday's loss to the Kings and finished his tenure with the Warriors with averages of 7.4 points, 5.4 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 0.9 blocks in 17.7 minutes per game over 37 outings. This move will allow the Warriors to convert Damion Lee's two-way contract into a standard deal, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic.
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