Hachimura scored zero points (0-8 FG, 0-2 3Pt), six rebounds, three assists and one steal in 40 minutes during Sunday's 100-89 loss to Miami.
Hachimura laid a big old goose egg in the loss, highlighting his inconsistencies from both a real-life and fantasy perspective. The rookie is outside the top-150 over the course of the season with his only positive categories being the percentages. He is fine to stream in as a cheap source of points and if you are holding him, his position would be better suited for streaming purposes.
Hachimura recorded 20 points (6-9 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 7-8 FT), six rebounds, three assists and two steals in 30 minutes during Tuesday's 133-126 loss to Sacramento.
Hachimura cracked the 20-point mark for only the second time since early December. He did have an injury during that period which cost him a lengthy amount of time. However, since returning, he has added an element of consistency to his game. He has scored in double digits in seven straight games, adding nine combined steals. Despite a couple of flaws in his overall production, Hachimura is worth considering in most formats given his assured role moving forward.
Hachimura notched 15 points (4-8 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 6-7 FT), eight rebounds and an assist in 30 minutes during Sunday's 124-110 win at Golden State.
The rookie out of Gonzaga extended his streak of scoring in double digits to six games, and he's notched at least 15 points in five of those contests. Hachimura has been very efficient as well, hitting 50.8 percent of his shots and 50.0 percent of his 3-point attempts during that stretch.
Hachimura scored 15 points (6-10 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT) while adding seven rebounds and three steals in 32 minutes during Friday's 129-119 loss at Utah.
The rookie out of Gonzaga has established himself as Washington's second-best scoring option for the Wizards and extended his run of double-digit scoring performances to five games. Hachimura has scored 10 or more points in nine of his 10 outings since returning from injury and is averaging 13.9 points -- while shooting 51.4 percent from the field -- during that stretch.
Hachimura had 17 points (6-10 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 3-5 FT) and four rebounds in 27 minutes during Wednesday's 110-106 win over the Nets.
Hachimura has reached double figures in scoring in four straight games following the All-Star break. Moreover, the rookie has scored in double digits 16 times through 18 appearances in January and February. He'll look to keep it rolling during Friday's matchup versus a Jazz team that's struggling of late but is still known for defending at a high level far more often than not.
Hachimura registered 10 points (4-8 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds, four assists and a steal in 28 minutes during Sunday's 126-117 loss against the Bulls.
Hachimura has scored in double figures in six of the seven games he's played following a lengthy absence, and the rookie out of Gonzaga has been doing so with efficiency. During that seven-game stretch, Hachimura has averaged 13.6 points while shooting 52.1 percent from the field.
Hachimura scored 20 points (7-12 FG, 6-6 FT) while adding four rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks in 32 minutes during Tuesday's 126-114 win over the Bulls.
The rookie put together one of his best performances of the season, setting a new career high for combined steals and blocks in a game while scoring 20 or more for the first time since Dec. 5, although he missed most of the time in between with a groin injury. Hachimura is averaging 15.0 points, 7.3 boards, 1.3 assists and 1.0 steals in four games since returning to the lineup, and he'll likely need a big second half if the Wizards are going to continue their improbable push into playoff contention. Washington will wrap up its pre-All-Star break schedule Wednesday against the Knicks, and coach Scott Brooks noted that Hachimura could have his minutes managed for the second game of the back-to-back set, per Fred Katz of The Athletic.
Hachimura contributed 12 points (5-13 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 11 rebounds and one assist in 25 minutes during Sunday's loss to the Grizzlies.
As one of only two Wizards to have scored in double figures by half-time (the other being Bradley Beal), Hachimura had 10 points, four boards and a triple through his first 11 minutes of play in this one, while also shooting 66.7 percent from the field in that span. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to find the net nearly as much in the second half. The 22-year old is producing a fringe standard-league level of fantasy value in 28.9 minutes per game, averaging 13.9 points and 6.1 boards on 48.5 percent shooting from the field, and 81.7 percent from the line, but the rookie doesn't offer much more outside of that.
Hachimura registered 17 points (7-12 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT), six rebounds, two steals and one assist in 29 minutes during Friday's 119-118 win over the Mavericks.
Hachimura has looked impressive in his first two games since returning from a multi-week absence, and he has notched 28 points and 14 rebounds in his two starts since coming back. Given the lack of offensive weapons on the current Wizards roster, Hachimura should be one of the team's main scoring assets moving forward as long as he can remain healthy.
Hachimura (groin) started at power forward and supplied 11 points (5-8 FG, 1-2 FT) and eight rebounds across 26 minutes Monday in the Wizards' 125-117 loss to the Warriors.
The Wizards welcomed both Hachimura and Moritz Wagner (ankle) back from multi-week absences, with the former being subjected to fewer restrictions with his playing time in his return. Hachimura could push up to around 30 minutes as soon as the Wizards' next contest Friday versus the Mavericks, but he's doesn't offer the most fantasy-friendly profile. He's averaging just 1.5 assists, 0.7 steals, 0.4 three-pointers and 0.1 blocks this season and isn't especially efficient (48.6 percent mark from the field) for a frontcourt player who doesn't shoot much from the outside.
Hachimura (groin) will start Monday's game against the Warriors.
The rookie will make his long-awaited return from the groin injury that has kept him on the sideline since mid-December. He'll be thrown directly back into the starting lineup Monday night, though he'll face a minutes limit that will cap his fantasy upside. Fred Katz of The Athletic notes that coach Scott Brooks said Hachimura likely won't get close to 20 minutes, so he's best avoided in DFS contests.
Hachimura (groin) is not on the injury report ahead of Monday's game against the Warriors.
Hachimura hasn't played since back in mid-December, but it looks as though he'll have a chance to get back on the floor Monday night. Given the long layoff, if Hachimura does play, he'll likely face a minutes limitation for at least a few games.
Hachimura (groin) will not return to action for Saturday's game against the Nets, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Hachimura has been practicing fully for a week, but the Wizards want him to knock off a bit more rust before he returns, according to coach Scott Brooks. His return appears to be close, but for now, his absence will stretch to 23 games.
Hachimura (groin) will be kept around 15-to-20 minutes if he's cleared to play Saturday against Brooklyn, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Hachimura reportedly has a "great chance" to return to action Saturday, and as expected, the team will monitor his minutes closely as he eases back into the swing of things. He hasn't taken the court since Dec. 16 due to a groin injury and is officially questionable for Saturday.
Hachimura (groin) has a "great chance" to make his return Saturday against the Nets, Candace Buckner of The Washington Post reports.
Hachimura has been sidelined since Dec. 18 with a groin contusion that later required surgery, but it seems like he'll finally step back on the court soon, possibly as soon as Saturday. More information should arrive in the coming days regarding his availability and if he'll be on a minutes restriction.
Coach Scott Brooks relayed that Hachimura (groin) practiced fully Saturday and could return as soon as next weekend, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Hachimura has been sidelined since Dec. 18 with a groin contusion that later required surgery, but the injury doesn't appear to be a concern for the rookie at this juncture. Instead, Brooks indicated that Hachimura merely needs time to build up his conditioning and stamina following more than a month-long layoff. As a result, Hachimura can be expected to miss at least a few more contests before potentially returning to action as soon as Thursday against the Hornets or next Saturday versus Brooklyn.
Coach Scott Brooks said Wednesday that Hachimura (groin) has been cleared for "all activities," but the rookie will need to get back into game shape before playing again, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
A groin injury has kept the rookie out since Dec. 18, but his return is on the horizon. He'll return to practice and work his conditioning back up before taking the floor, and it's possible he'll be on a minutes limit during his first few games. Still, this is a great step for Hachimura, who is having a productive season. In 29.2 minutes per game, he's averaged 13.9 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.6 assists.
Hachimura (groin) has been able to do some light work under the supervision of team trainers in recent days, but he has yet to receive clearance to practice, Chris Miller of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Per Fred Katz of The Athletic, Hachimura has been able to do some light shooting without jumping as of Tuesday, and while it sounds as though the rookie might have been able to do some more since then, he's still realistically at least a few weeks away from playing again. According to Candace Buckner of The Washington Post, coach Scott Brooks suggested Friday that he wasn't certain if Hachimura would be back until February, so the forward would likely need to resume practicing by late next week to keep hope alive for a January return. Hachimura hasn't played since Dec. 16 due to a groin contusion that later necessitated a procedure.
Hachimura (groin) isn't expected to return before February, Candace Buckner of The Washington Post reports.
Hachimura has been sidelined since mid-December after undergoing surgery, and he's still not close to a return. The Wizards should provide an update on his availability as he nears full health.
Hachimura (groin) will be re-evaluated in two weeks.
A groin issue has kept Hachimura out since mid-December and eventually required a procedure. Even if Hachimura is cleared to resume on-court activity once he's re-evaluated, he may need to put in at least a few practices before the Wizards are comfortable clearing him for game action.
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