Recent Games

date min
Total Rebounds
Total Assists
Fantasy Points
Mar 14, 2023 24 11 5 1 18
Mar 13, 2023 19 4 4 2 12
Mar 11, 2023 15 2 3 1 6
Mar 9, 2023 20 6 11 2 23
Mar 7, 2023 23 15 5 2 27

Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Minutes Per Game
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Rebounds Per Game
Blocks Per Game
Steals Per Game
2022 14713.4 18.7 6.0 1.4 4.2 0.4 0.5
2021 130419.5 28.1 9.4 1.9 5.3 0.5 1.4
2020 115919.3 27.5 10.1 2.1 4.7 0.5 0.8
3y Avg. 124920.1 28.1 9.9 2.2 5.3 0.4 1.1
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Out again Wednesday

    Crowder (calf) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Spurs. Crowder will miss a third straight game due to left calf soreness. Pat Connaughton, Joe Ingles and Bobby Portis could see a few extra minutes with Crowder sidelined again. Crowder's next chance to suit up will come Friday in Utah.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Out Sunday

    Crowder (calf) is out for Sunday's matchup against the Raptors. Left calf soreness will force Crowder to sit out a second straight game Sunday. That could create more minutes for Pat Connaughton, Joe Ingles and Bobby Portis.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Out vs. Pacers

    Crowder (calf) is sidelined for Thursday's tilt against the Pacers, Eric Nehm of The Athletic reports. Crowder will miss his first game since debuting for the Bucks. With Brook Lopez (calf) and Grayson Allen (foot) also sidelined, more minutes in the frontcourt and on the wing should be available for Bobby Portis, Joe Ingles, Pat Connaughton and Wesley Matthews.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Downgraded to questionable

    Crowder (calf) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game versus Indiana. Crowder has been downgraded from probable to questionable Thursday due to left calf soreness. Bobby Portis, Joe Ingles and Pat Connaughton are candidates to see extended minutes in a deep Bucks rotation if Crowder is ruled out.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Likely to play Thursday

    Crowder is probable for Thursday's game versus the Pacers due to left calf soreness. Crowder is expected to play through his calf injury against Indiana. The veteran forward is averaging 6.0 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists in his 11 games since joining Milwaukee.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Scores 11 versus former team

    Crowder supplied 11 points (3-4 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds and one assist in 24 minutes off the bench Tuesday in the Bucks' 116-104 win over the Suns. Playing in Phoenix for the first time since the Suns traded him to Milwaukee at the deadline, Crowder appeared to be comfortable in the familiar confines of the Footprint Center, with the three triples representing a new season-high total. Crowder has suited up in each of the Bucks' first 11 games out of the All-Star break and has played between 13 and 25 minutes in those contests. As a tertiary scorer for Milwaukee who doesn't contribute much in the way of defensive stats, Crowder likely won't warrant much attention in the majority of fantasy leagues unless his playing time picks up dramatically.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Good to go against Brooklyn

    Crowder (ankle) is available for Thursday's game versus the Nets. Crowder has been upgraded from probable to available Thursday with right ankle soreness. The 32-year-old forward should be in line for extended minutes with Giannis Antetokounmpo (hand) out.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Lands on injury report

    Crowder is probable for Thursday's game against the Nets due to right ankle soreness. With Giannis Antetokounmpo (illness) and Jrue Holiday (neck) sidelined, Crowder popped for 15 points (5-9 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT) during Tuesday's win over the Magic, but he appears to have tweaked his ankle as well. However, the issue doesn't seem serious and shouldn't prevent the veteran forward from suiting up. Either way, Antetokounmpo and Holiday are expected to return Thursday, so Crowder figures to have a reduced role versus Brooklyn.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Pops for 15 points off bench

    Crowder posted 15 points (5-9 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT), five rebounds, two assists, one block and two steals over 23 minutes during Tuesday's 134-123 win over the Magic. With Giannis Antetokounmpo (illness) and Jrue Holiday (neck) sidelined, Crowder stepped up on both ends of the court and submitted his best performance of the campaign. He scored in double figures for the first time, tied his season highs with five boards and two assists and recorded a tally in each defensive category for the first time since making his Bucks debut. Over seven appearances with Milwaukee, Crowder is averaging 6.1 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 18.1 minutes with 48/38/71 shooting splits.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Logs 16 minutes in season debut

    Crowder provided nine points (3-5 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT), three rebounds and one steal in 16 minutes during Friday's 128-99 win over the Heat. Crowder made his Bucks and season debut Friday, returning to the court after he elected to remain away from the Suns since the start of training camp until he was shipped to Milwaukee ahead of the trade deadline earlier this month. Due to the blowout nature of the contest, it was difficult to get a read on what Crowder's role might look like moving forward, but he at least looks as though he'll be a regular rotation player for head coach Mike Budenholzer. Even so, unless Crowder pushes closer to a 25-to-30-minute role, he's unlikely to carry much value outside of deeper leagues as anything more than a streaming option for three-pointers and steals.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Available for season debut

    Crowder (not injury related) was left off the injury report for Friday's game versus the Heat. Crowder is set to make his season debut for Milwaukee after sitting out for Phoenix. Crowder will likely receive significant playing time Friday, with Wesley Matthews (calf) out and Giannis Antetokounmpo (wrist) and Pat Connaughton (calf) doubtful.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Likely to debut Friday

    Crowder (not injury related) practiced Wednesday and is expected to play in Friday's game versus Miami, Scott Grodsky of CBS 58 reports. Crowder has yet to play this season but was dealt from Phoenix to Brooklyn and then to Milwaukee at the trade deadline. The veteran forward averaged 9.4 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.4 steals in 28.1 minutes across 67 games for the Suns last season. Crowder will likely be one of the Bucks' primary forwards off the bench.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Out through All-Star break

    Bucks head coach Mike Budenhozler said Crowder won't be available Tuesday against Boston or Thursday against Chicago, Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe reports. Following his acquisition from the Suns on Thursday, Crowder joined the Bucks on Monday for practice but isn't yet ready to debut for his new team since he hasn't played all season while he sought out a trade. Budenholzer said Crowder will be evaluated over the next week to 10 days, so it's possible that he'll be available once Milwaukee resumes play following the All-Star break Dec. 24 against the Heat.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Won't play until after break

    Crowder (recently traded) will not debut for the Bucks until after the All-Star break, Eric Nehm of ESPN reports. Crowder is yet to see the floor this season after beginning the year in an extended standoff with the Suns. He was dealt to Milwaukee at the trade deadline but is still working his way back up to speed, so the Bucks will give him the All-Star break to continue ramping up before he makes his debut. While he'll sit out Tuesday (vs. BOS) and Thursday (at CHI), Crowder did practice with the team Monday, so there would seem to be a good chance that he's ready to go when Milwaukee resumes play on Friday, Feb. 24 against the Heat.
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  • Bucks' Jae Crowder: Re-routed to Milwaukee

    The Nets traded Crowder to the Bucks on Thursday as part of a three-team deal that sent Jordan Nwora, Serge Ibaka, George Hill and two second-round picks to the Pacers and three second-round draft picks to Brooklyn, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Crowder was one of three players dished to Brooklyn earlier Thursday as part of the haul that sent Kevin Durant to the Suns, but the 32-year-old forward never appearing to be a long-term fit on a Nets roster that could be in rebuilding mode. As a result, Crowder's move to another Eastern Conference heavyweight in the Bucks wasn't entirely unexpected, as Milwaukee had already been in touch with Phoenix in trade conversations before the Durant deal was consummated. Crowder hasn't appeared in a game this season while awaiting a trade, so if nothing else, he should be fresh when he joins his new squad. Crowder averaged 9.4 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.4 blocks while shooting 39.9 percent from the field and 34.8 percent from beyond the arc over 67 appearances with the Suns in 2021-22. Though he's reportedly been training on his own while he was away from the Suns, Crowder may need to go through a few practices before the Bucks are comfortable signing off on him making his season debut. As a result, don't expect him to play in either end of Milwaukee's back-to-back set in Los Angeles on Thursday and Friday.
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  • Nets' Jae Crowder: Dealt to Brooklyn

    The Nets acquired Crowder, Mikal Bridges, Cameron Johnson, unprotected first-round draft picks in 2023, 2025, 2027 and 2029 and a 2028 first-round pick swap from the Suns on Thursday in exchange for Kevin Durant (knee) and T.J. Warren, Adrian Wojnarowski of reports. Crowder has yet to take the floor this season after he and the Suns came to a mutual agreement during training camp for him to remain away from the team while Phoenix sought a trade partner. The veteran forward has finally been granted his wish of being traded elsewhere, though the Nets -- who suddenly appear to be trending toward a rebuild after shipping out Durant and Kyrie Irving -- are an interesting landing spot for Crowder. Given the crowding the Nets already have at forward with Bridges, Johnson, Dorian Finney-Smith, Ben Simmons, Yuta Watanabe and Joe Harris, Crowder could be re-routed elsewhere ahead of Thursday's deadline or bought out if he isn't moved again.
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  • Suns' Jae Crowder: Staying prepared for trade

    Crowder, who has been away from the Suns all season while the team explores avenues to trade him, has been working out daily in Atlanta in order to stay ready for his next opportunity to play, Chris Haynes of reports. Since the Suns were committed to moving fourth-year Cameron Johnson into a starting role ahead of the season, Crowder was primed to lose playing time and thus came to a mutual agreement with Phoenix to pursue trade options. Johnson was off to a strong start to the season before suffering a meniscus injury Nov. 4 that required surgery, but the Suns and Crowder haven't explored the idea of reintegrating him even though the team has been further decimated by injuries with all of Deandre Ayton, Chris Paul (hip), Landry Shamet (hip), Cameron Payne and Devin Booker (groin) having missed time of late. Until Crowder is likely moved ahead of the Feb. 9 trade deadline, he'll continue to work out on his own in preparation for his next destination.
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  • Suns' Jae Crowder: Inactive for Opening Night

    Crowder (not injury related) is on the Suns' inactive list for Wednesday's game against the Mavericks, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports. Crowder failed to take part in training camp, so this announcement comes as no shock to those who have observed the 32-year-old and his desire to leave Phoenix. It remains to be seen whether Crowder will sit out until he's traded, but this seems to be the case for now.
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  • Suns' Jae Crowder: Won't participate in training camp

    Crowder won't participate in training camp as the forward and the Suns work on a trade, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Crowder has hinted on social media during the offseason that he wanted out of Phoenix, and the 32-year-old and the Suns reached a mutual agreement to seek a trade while the forward sits out during camp. Crowder served exclusively as a starter for the Suns last year and averaged 9.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 28.1 minutes per game across 67 appearances. He's a somewhat inconsistent fantasy option, but he'd provide a solid veteran presence in the frontcourt for another team in the final year of a three-year deal if he's ultimately dealt. If Crowder is traded, Cameron Johnson will likely handle an increased role to begin the 2022-23 campaign.
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  • Suns' Jae Crowder: Returns to Sunday's contest

    Crowder (ankle) has returned to Sunday's Game 4 against the Mavericks, Gerald Bourguet of reports. Crowder appeared to injure his right ankle during a drive in the first quarter and limped to the locker room. However, the veteran forward was able to return to the contest just before the end of the period. Crowder has averaged 15.0 points, 7.3 rebounds and 3.7 assists through the first three games of the series, so his availability is a huge plus for Phoenix.
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