Recent Games

date min
Total Rebounds
Total Assists
Fantasy Points
Apr 9, 2023 21 12 8 0 21
Mar 30, 2023 14 4 3 0 7
Mar 25, 2023 3 2 0 0
Mar 22, 2023 3 4 1 0
Mar 18, 2023 9 4 1 1

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 98816.7 18.3 9.8 0.5 5.8 0.5 0.3
2021 36313.4 16.3 7.4 0.9 4.0 0.8 0.2
2020 23523.5 27.1 14.3 1.5 6.1 0.8 0.4
3y Avg. 48619.4 21.5 10.7 1.4 5.7 0.8 0.3
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Back in rotation Sunday

    Bryant closed Sunday's 109-95 victory over Sacramento with 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-3 3Pt), eight rebounds and one block in 21 minutes. Bryant got back in the rotation Sunday, albeit in a game where the Nuggets were playing for nothing. Despite seemingly coming to Denver seeking more playing time, things have not gone to plan. Given he had not even made it onto the court in the 10 days prior to Sunday, it's hard to see him having any sort of impact come the playoffs.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Falls flat in spot start

    Bryant ended Thursday's 107-88 loss to the Pelicans with four points (2-5 FG, 0-1 3Pt), three rebounds and one block across 14 minutes. With Nikola Jokic (rest/calf) sidelined for the first half of a back-to-back set, Bryant got the start at center but failed to take advantage of the opportunity and ultimately played just 14 minutes. Jokic is expected back Friday, pushing Bryant back to a bench role that's seen him log just six minutes in the four games prior to Thursday's appearance. He offers minimal fantasy value with his new team.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Set to start Thursday

    Bryant will start Thursday against the Pelicans, Mike Singer of The Denver Post reports. Since Nikola Jokic (calf) is out, Bryant will start for the first time since joining the Nuggets and will likely see an increase in minutes. With the Lakers earlier this season, Bryant averaged 14.5 points and 8.6 rebounds in 26.6 minutes as a starter.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Fails to score in eight minutes

    Bryant provided zero points (0-3 FG, 0-2 3Pt) and one rebound in eight minutes during Tuesday's 125-110 loss to Toronto. Bryant continues to play limited minutes, currently sitting well outside the top 300 since arriving in Denver. Despite being traded from the Lakers due to insufficient playing time, Bryant has fared no better with his new team. While he does have the ability to put up 12-team value when afforded meaningful minutes, that simply isn't going to be happening anytime soon. Clearly, he is well off the fantasy radar at this point, even in deeper formats.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Available to play

    Bryant (ankle) will be available to play Monday against the Raptors. Bryant will be available to back up Nikola Jokic against Toronto, which could result in a DNP-CD for DeAndre Jordan. As long as Jokic is healthy, it'll be tough for Bryant to get enough minutes to impact fantasy hoops.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Should play through injuries

    Bryant is probable for Monday's matchup against the Raptors with a right ankle sprain and a hip contusion. It doesn't appear like either injury is too significant, as the backup big man is still expected to suit up versus Toronto. Over his last seven contests, he's posting 5.1 points and 5.0 rebounds in 14.0 minutes per game.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Plays two minutes

    Bryant finished with zero points (0-1 FG) over two minutes during Saturday's 119-105 win over the Hornets. Bryant stepped on the floor for his new team for the first time Saturday night, although it was for only two minutes during garbage time at the end. Once he gets acclimated, he will likely take over the backup center minutes currently occupied by DeAndre Jordan. However, even when that does happen, those minutes aren't significant enough for Bryant to be considered in standard leagues.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Available, may not see floor

    Bryant (trade) is available for Saturday's game against the Hornets but may not play due to a hectic schedule and late arrival, Katy Winge of Altitude Sports reports. Bryant landed in Charlotte a little after 3 p.m. ET, immediately dropped off his bags at the hotel and took a bus to the arena. While he's technically available to play, coach Michael Malone may choose to let the backup big take a breather and observe from the bench. If that's the case, DeAndre Jordan could end up back in the rotation.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Set to debut Saturday

    Bryant (trade) will be available for Saturday's game versus the Hornets, Katy Winge of Altitude Sports reports. Bryant joined the bevy of players on the move before Thursday's trade deadline, and it appears he's ready to make his first appearance in a Nuggets uniform. Unfortunately, the move to Denver also seemingly will cut into Bryant's fantasy production the rest of the way, now that he's aligned behind superstar center Nikola Jokic.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Questionable to debut Saturday

    Bryant (trade) is not yet with the Nuggets and is questionable to make his team debut Saturday against the Hornets. The Nuggets traded Davon Reed and a few second-rounders for Bryant, who figures to be the new backup center behind Nikola Jokic. Bryant showed upside with the Lakers earlier in the year, especially during Anthony Davis' extended absence. Obviously, Bryant's potential behind Jokic is limited, but he'll still be worth rostering in daily formats when the two-time MVP sits out.
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  • Nuggets' Thomas Bryant: Heading to Denver

    The Lakers traded Bryant to the Nuggets on Thursday in exchange for Davon Reed, a 2025 second-round pick and two 2029 second-round picks, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. The 25-year-old saw extended run in the starting lineup earlier this year while Anthony Davis was unavailable, but Bryant saw his role decrease in recent games since Davis returned to the court and the Lakers acquired Rui Hachimura from the Wizards. Bryant would have had even more of an uphill battle for playing time after Jarred Vanderbilt was traded from the Jazz to the Lakers on Wednesday, but he'll now operate as the backup center in Denver behind Nikola Jokic. While Jokic tends to stay on the court more than Davis, Bryant should have an opportunity to carve out a fairly consistent role off the bench with the Nuggets.
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  • Lakers' Thomas Bryant: Steps to bench role

    Bryant is not in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Knicks, Ryan Ward of reports. The 25-year-old started the past 23 games and averaged 14.7 points and 9.0 rebounds in 26.7 minutes, but he'll move back to the bench with Anthony Davis rejoining the starting lineup. Bryant has averaged 13.3 minutes when coming off the bench this season, so he'll likely have a much more limited role Tuesday.
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  • Lakers' Thomas Bryant: Offers solid numbers sans Davis

    Bryant recorded 18 points (7-8 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 3-7 FT), nine rebounds and one block in 27 minutes in Monday's 121-104 loss to the Nets. Discounting his poor free-throw percentage, Bryant delivered his best fantasy line since his eye-popping 31-point, 14-rebound outing Jan. 22 in Portland, but it comes with the caveat that Anthony Davis (foot) was sitting out for injury management purposes in the front end of a back-to-back set. The Lakers may continue to bring Davis off the bench in the likely event that he's cleared to play Tuesday against the Knicks, but Bryant will almost certainly be in store for a reduction in playing time even if he maintains a starting role. In Davis' two appearances last week upon returning from a long-term absence due to the foot injury, Bryant handled 21- and 19-minute workloads.
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  • Lakers' Thomas Bryant: Reduction in role continues

    Bryant closed with three points (1-1 FG, 1-2 FT) and six rebounds in 19 minutes during Saturday's 125-121 overtime loss to the Celtics. Bryant remained in the starting lineup but played only 19 minutes in the loss. With Anthony Davis ramping up his activity, it is only a matter of time until Bryant is sent back to the bench, bringing to an end his run as a 12-team asset. For anyone still holding Bryant, it is time to move on and begin the search for the next waiver wire gem.
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  • Lakers' Thomas Bryant: Puts up 15 points in loss

    Bryant recorded 15 points (6-11 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and seven rebounds over 29 minutes during Tuesday's 133-115 loss to the Clippers. LeBron James (46 points) was the star of the show Tuesday, but Bryant remained consistent as the placeholder for Anthony Davis (foot). The Lakers are expected to get Davis back in action for Wednesday's game against the Spurs, so Bryant will presumably be headed back to the bench and should see a significant reduction in his playing time moving forward.
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  • Lakers' Thomas Bryant: Bounces back with monster outing

    Bryant closed with 31 points (12-15 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT), 14 rebounds, one assist and one block across 33 minutes during Sunday's 121-112 victory over Portland. After playing 24 minutes or fewer in each of the previous five games while essentially splitting time at center with backup Wenyen Gabriel, Bryant salvaged a rough week with a historic outing. He became only the third Lakers player in the past 40 years to record 30 points and 14 rebounds while shooting at least 80 percent from the field, and the perfect showing from the free-throw line along with the unexpected production from three-point range made Bryant's performance even sweeter. While the big game should temporarily halt any plans his fantasy managers might have had to drop him, Bryant's value is nonetheless is expected to nosedive in the near future with Anthony Davis (foot) tracking toward an early February return.
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  • Lakers' Thomas Bryant: Posts limited production again

    Bryant chipped in eight points (4-7 FG), four rebounds and two assists in 19 minutes during Wednesday's 116-111 loss to the Kings. Bryant started the new year with four double-doubles across his first five games, but he's fallen off considerably since then. Over his subsequent four contests, the big man is averaging a modest 8.8 points and 5.5 boards while shooting 46.9 percent from the field. Part of the dropoff has to do with a decrease in playing time, as Bryant is averaging just 20.3 minutes in the four-game span compared to the 29.4 minutes he was averaging in his first 13 starts after Anthony Davis went down with a foot injury in mid-December. Bryant has remained in the starting lineup for now, but Wenyen Gabriel is getting more minutes and posting better production of late, averaging 13.0 points, 5.8 boards and 1.8 blocks across 26.8 minutes over Los Angeles' past four games.
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  • Lakers' Thomas Bryant: Keeps rolling Monday

    Bryant closed with 17 points (6-14 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 5-5 FT), 10 rebounds and one steal over 28 minutes during Monday's 122-109 loss to Denver. Bryant led Los Angeles' starters in scoring during the loss and finished second overall behind Russell Westbrook, who put up 25 points off the bench. Bryant also paced the team in boards with 10 to notch his sixth double-double over his past eight contests. Though he's offered very little in terms of defensive stats, Bryant has emerged as a valuable fantasy big man with per-game averages of 16.9 points and 10.5 rebounds while starting the past 13 games with Anthony Davis (foot) out of action. However, managers who have reaped the rewards of Bryant's success should be aware that Davis is expected to start ramping up his activity soon and could return to action by the end of the month, which would likely impact Bryant's role significantly.
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  • Lakers' Thomas Bryant: Logs massive 29/14 double-double

    Bryant logged 29 points (12-14 FG, 5-7 FT), 14 rebounds, one block and one steal across 34 minutes during Saturday's 136-134 win over the Kings. The Lakers will find a way to keep Bryant involved upon Anthony Davis' (foot) return if he keeps playing at this level. If anything, Bryant's performances have already ignited thought about Davis' future with the team. The Lakers have won five straight games without Davis and have been quite vocal about potential activity at the trade deadline. Bryant is a great streaming option right now, but he has a chance to be the full-time guy if the Lakers make a big move.
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  • Lakers' Thomas Bryant: Puts up another double-double

    Bryant notched 19 points (8-12 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 13 rebounds, one block and one steal over 28 minutes during Friday's 130-114 victory over Atlanta. Bryant led the Lakers in rebounding in the contest, recording double-digit boards for the third time in his past four games. The big man has also scored at least 18 points in each game during that span, playing a crucial role in Los Angeles' four-game win streak. Bryant is a must-roster player in fantasy at the moment, though his role will inevitably lessen whenever Anthony Davis (foot) can return.
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