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Mar 22, 2023 20 6 4 1 12
Mar 14, 2023 6 0 2 0 2
Mar 13, 2023 3 0 0 0
Mar 11, 2023 4 0 1 0 1
Mar 8, 2023 7 0 4 0 4

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2022 42112 16.0 7.5 0.9 2.6 0.2 0.5
2021 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2020 8421 29.2 15.5 1.3 3.5 0.0 0.5
3y Avg. 55425.2 31.8 18.2 1.4 3.9 0.4 1.1
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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Limited role in loss

    Warren tallied zero points (0-3 FG) and two rebounds in six minutes during Tuesday's 116-104 loss to the Bucks. Warren is averaging 1.1 points and 2.0 rebounds in 6.4 minutes across his last eight appearances since being traded to Phoenix. Even with Kevin Durant (ankle) out, Warren has been unable to find much of a role. The 28-year-old forward shouldn't garner much fantasy interest.
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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Limited in Suns debut

    Warren recorded five points (2-3 FG, 1-1 3Pt), two rebounds and one steal across seven minutes during Tuesday's 120-109 win over the Kings. Warren played just seven minutes in his return to Phoenix, a figure that is almost certainly going to rise in the coming weeks. Fans will remember his performance from the bubble, and while he is certainly not the same player he was then, he can provide the Suns with a nice scoring punch off the bench. It's unlikely he sees enough time to have value outside of deeper formats, but even those in 12-team leagues should at least keep an eye on things moving forward.
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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Will be available Tuesday

    Warren (recently traded) will be available for Tuesday's matchup against the Kings, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports. Warren was acquired by the Suns in the deal that landed them Kevin Durant (knee), but he wasn't able to suit up for last Friday's matchup against the Pacers. He's now presumably gotten a chance to practice with his new teammates and will be available to make his Suns debut versus Sacramento. Phoenix had to give up two key wing players and won't have Durant available for awhile, so Warren figures to garner a major role for his new squad moving forward.
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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Won't debut Friday

    Warren (recently traded) won't play Friday against the Pacers, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports. The 29-year-old was traded from the Nets to the Suns on Thursday as part of a blockbuster deal that also sent Kevin Durant (knee) to Phoenix, but Warren won't be available for Friday's road game. However, the Suns return home to face the Kings on Tuesday, and it wouldn't be surprising to see Warren make his team debut at that point.
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  • Suns' T.J. Warren: Joining Durant in Phoenix

    The Suns acquired Warren and Kevin Durant (knee) from the Nets on Thursday in exchange for Mikal Bridges, Cameron Johnson, Jae Crowder, unprotected first-round picks in 2023, 2025, 2027 and 2029 and a 2028 first-round pick swap, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Durant is the obvious headliner for the Suns, but they'll also replace some forward depth with the addition of Warren, who is shooting 51 percent from the field in 18.9 minutes per game this season (26 appearances). In Phoenix, where Warren spent the first five years of his career, he should have a chance to earn a larger role and help fill the shoes of the departed Bridges and Johnson. Expect Warren to primarily compete with Damion Lee, Torrey Craig and Dario Saric for minutes.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Off injury report

    Warren (shin) is not on the injury report for Tuesday's game against the Suns. Warren returned from a four-game absence due to a left shin bruise during Monday's loss to the Clippers, posting eight points and one rebound in 12 minutes. His shin is feeling good after the time off, so he'll be available to play in the second leg of the back-to-back set, though likely in only a limited role off the bench.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Returns Monday, could sit Tuesday

    Nets head coach Jacque Vaughn said after Monday's 124-116 loss to the Clippers that Warren (shin) could be a candidate to sit out for maintenance purposes Tuesday against the Suns, Duane Rankin of The Arizona Republic reports. After missing four straight games with a left shin contusion, Warren returned to action Monday in a limited role off the bench, finishing with eight points (4-6 FG, 0-1 3Pt) and one rebound in 12 minutes. Despite Warren's light workload Monday, the Nets may not be inclined to take any chances by playing him Tuesday, especially since he's coming off an injury and has a checkered medical history for his career. The potential availability of new trade acquisitions Spencer Dinwiddie and Dorian Finney-Smith -- both of whom could make their team debuts Tuesday -- would give the shorthanded Nets some more depth and lessen the need for Warren to play against Phoenix.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Will return Monday

    Warren (shin) is available for Monday's matchup against the Clippers, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. As expected, Warren will return to action Monday following a four-game absence due to a left shin contusion. It's still unclear if the veteran forward will be under a minutes restriction, but with Kevin Durant (knee) and Seth Curry (thigh) both out and Kyrie Irving off to Dallas, Brooklyn will need all hands on deck versus Los Angeles. When Warren plays over 20 minutes this season (11 games), he's averaging 14.0 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Will likely return Monday

    Warren (shin) is probable for Monday's contest against the Clippers, Meghan Triplett of GrindCityMedia.com reports. Warren has missed four straight games due to a left shin contusion, but he's expected to return Monday. It's unclear if he'll be a minutes restriction, but with Kevin Durant (knee) and Seth Curry (thigh) out and Kyrie Irving off to Dallas, Brooklyn will need all hands on deck Monday. When Warren play over 20 minutes this season (11 games), he's averaging 14.0 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Ruled out

    Warren (lower leg) will not play in Saturday's game against the Wizards. Warren will miss a fourth consecutive contest Saturday with a left shin contusion, joining Kyrie Irving (calf) and Ben Simmons (knee) on the sidelines. In his stead, Yuta Watanabe, Markieff Morris and Edmond Sumner are the favorites to see more minutes. Warren's next chance to play will come Monday against the Clippers in the opening leg of a back-to-back set.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Downgraded to doubtful

    Warren (lower leg) has officially been downgraded from questionable to doubtful ahead of Saturday's game versus the Wizards. Head coach Jacque Vaughn indicated Friday that Warren was unlikely to suit up Saturday, so Warren's initial questionable designation came as a bit of a surprise. The comments also make the downgrade to doubtful less surprising and align the veteran forward for his fourth consecutive absence.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Questionable but unlikely to play

    Warren (shin) is officially listed as questionable, per Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com, but head coach Jacque Vaughn said Friday morning that the reserve forward isn't expected to play Saturday against the Wizards, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Warren has already missed three consecutive contests and will likely miss a fourth straight due to a left shin contusion. However, the backup forward recently started participating in practice again and is on the verge of returning to game action. If Warren indeed remains sidelined Saturday, his next chance to suit up would come against the Clippers on Monday, which is the first half of a back-to-back set.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Not expected to play Saturday

    Coach Jacque Vaughn said Friday that he doesn't expect Warren (shin) to play Saturday against the Wizards, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Warren was hoping he'd be able to suit up against Washington, but the 29-year-old will likely be unavailable for a fourth consecutive game. However, his participation in practice recently suggests he could return to game action at some point next week. Yuta Watanabe is expected to handle a sizable reserve role until Warren is back to full speed.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Saturday return still in play

    Warren (lower leg) hopes to return for Saturday's game against the Wizards, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Warren has already been ruled out for Wednesday's matchup with the Celtics, but Jacque Vaughn said he's hopeful that Warren will be able to return for the Nets' next game versus the Wizards. When he does return, Yuta Watanabe's minutes will likely dip.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Set to miss third straight

    Warren (shin) has been ruled out for Wednesday's matchup against the Celtics, Meghan Triplett of GrindCityMedia.com reports. Warren will miss a third straight game due to a left shin contusion, which likely leaves Yuta Watanabe (back) -- who is listed as probable for Wednesday's contest -- on track to continue handling an elevated role on the Nets' second unit. The severity of Warren's issue remains unclear, but his next chance to suit up will come Saturday against Washington.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Ruled out Monday

    Warren (lower leg) is out for Monday's contest against the Lakers, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Warren will officially miss his second consecutive game as he tends to a lower leg injury. Joe Harris and Yuta Watanabe emerge as candidates to receive more usage with the veteran forward on the sidelines. Warren's next chance to play comes Wednesday against the Celtics.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Unlikely to play Monday

    Warren (lower leg) is doubtful for Monday's game against the Lakers, Chris Milholen of NetsDaily.com reports. Warren is dealing with a left shin contusion and is considered day-to-day, but it appears as though he'll be forced to miss a second consecutive matchup. If he's sidelined against the Lakers, his next opportunity to suit up would be Wednesday in Boston.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Considered day-to-day

    Coach Jacque Vaughn said Warren (lower leg) is day-to-day with a left shin contusion, Chris Milholen of NetsDaily.com reports. Warren had already been ruled out for Saturday's tilt against the Knicks after being tabbed doubtful and appears to have avoided a long-term injury. With Ben Simmons (knee) also on the day-to-day schedule, Yuta Watanabe and Markieff Morris will handle more minutes for as long as the pair remain sidelined. Warren's next opportunity to take the floor will come Monday against the Lakers.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Officially out Saturday

    Warren (lower leg) will not take the floor Saturday versus the Knicks, Chris Milholen of NetsDaily.com reports. Warren was deemed doubtful on the initial injury report, so his absence was expected. With both Warren and Ben Simmons (knee) unavailable, Yuta Watanabe and Markieff Morris, among others, will likely be counted on for additional minutes.
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  • Nets' T.J. Warren: Unlikely to play Saturday

    Warren is doubtful for Saturday's game against the Knicks due to a left shin contusion. Warren exited Thursday's game against the Pistons and has been diagnosed with a shin injury that will likely force him to miss at least one matchup. If he's unavailable, Yuta Watanabe and Edmond Sumner (Achilles) would likely see increased run.
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