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2023 37312.9 20.0 5.2 1.2 4.8 0.2 1.2
2022 157620.2 24.1 7.9 2.4 7.5 0.3 1.1
2021 139618.9 25.4 6.9 1.3 8.4 0.6 1.3
3y Avg. 129918 22.7 6.8 1.6 7.3 0.5 1.1
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Officially out for Game 1

    Vanderbilt (foot) won't play in Saturday's Game 1 against the Nuggets, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports. Vanderbilt will continue to be considered day-to-day as the Lakers navigate through its opening-round series. His next chance to suit up will arrive Monday for Game 2.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Spotted in walking boot

    Vanderbilt (foot) was wearing a walking boot during Friday's practice, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports. Previous reports have suggested that Vanderbilt is getting close to a return, which is why it was curious to see him wearing a boot. However, coach Darvin Ham stated after practice that the boot is simply a "precautionary measure," per Jovan Buha of The Athletic, and the forward hasn't suffered any kind of setback. The team has yet to provide a concrete timeline for Vanderbilt's return, simply stating that he's being considered day-to-day.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Remains out

    Vanderbilt (foot) has been ruled out for Tuesday's Play-In Game against the Pelicans. Vanderbilt's defensive efforts were a key part of the Lakers' run to the Western Conference Finals last season. However, he has been unavailable for most of 2023-24, playing just 29 regular-season games (six appearances). Vanderbilt hasn't played since Feb. 1, so his continued absence shouldn't impact coach Darvin Ham's rotation.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Out again Sunday

    Vanderbilt (foot) will not play Sunday against the Pelicans, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports. Vanderbilt has been sidelined since early February due to a mid-foot sprain, but recent reports have suggested that he's getting closer to a return. There will likely be an update on his progress after the weekend.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Will remain sidelined Friday

    Vanderbilt (foot) has been ruled out for Friday's game against Memphis. Vanderbilt has been sidelined since early February due to a mid-foot sprain, but he's been trending toward a return in recent days. He's scheduled to have his injury re-evaluated soon, but it seems relatively unlikely that he'll be available for Sunday's regular-season finale against New Orleans. However, it's possible Vanderbilt is back in action sometime during the postseason.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Remains out Tuesday

    Vanderbilt (foot) will be inactive Tuesday versus Golden State, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports. Vanderbilt's midfoot sprain is expected to be re-evaluated in coming days, but no formal update on his return to action has been released yet. Vanderbilt had "not been cleared for any contact drills" as of Friday, per Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com, but he was seen doing on-court shooting work prior to Wednesday's victory over Washington. His next opportunity to take the court comes Friday versus Memphis, with the Lakers' regular-season finale following Sunday versus New Orleans.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Will be evaluated next week

    Coach Darvin Ham said Wednesday that Vanderbilt (foot) will be re-evaluated next week, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports. Vanderbilt hasn't played since Feb. 1 due to a mid-foot sprain, but he's nearing a return ahead of the Play-In Tournament. The versatile big man's defensive contributions during last season's playoffs were key to the Lakers' run to the Western Conference Finals, and if cleared, he'll likely garner a minor role off the bench this postseason.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Remains out

    Vanderbilt (foot) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Wizards, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports. Vanderbilt has been ramping up his conditioning, but it's unclear when he'll be cleared to play again. His last appearance was Feb. 1, so even if he gets the green light soon, he'll presumably be limited for at least a few games.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Still out

    Vanderbilt (foot) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Raptors, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports. Vanderbilt hasn't played since Feb. 1 due to a right mid-foot sprain. However, he's ramping up his conditioning and nearing a return to game action. Vanderbilt's next chance to suit up will come Wednesday in Washington.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Gradually ramping up

    Lakers head coach Darvin Ham said Tuesday that Vanderbilt (foot) is progressing on a return-to-play plan, but the big man hasn't yet been cleared for contact, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports. Vanderbilt suffered a right mid-foot sprain nearly two months ago, and though he's begun running and is working to regain conditioning, he doesn't appear to be particularly close to playing in games given that he's not yet taking contact. Until Vanderbilt is regularly taking part in practices without restrictions, his return shouldn't be viewed as imminent.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Remains out

    Vanderbilt (foot) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Bucks and will remain sidelined indefinitely. Vanderbilt hasn't played since Feb. 3 due to a right mid-foot sprain. As of mid-March, he wasn't cleared for on-court activities, and the team hasn't provided a recent update, so Vanderbilt can be considered week-to-week at this point.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: No on-court activity yet

    Vanderbilt (foot) is progressing in his rehab, but he has not been cleared for on-court activities as of Tuesday, Khobi Price of The Orange County Register reports. Vanderbilt will certainly be sidelined for Wednesday's game against Sacramento, and he is likely to miss future contests as his gradual ramp-up continues. Vanderbilt has been out since Feb. 3 due to a right mid-foot sprain. However, the fact that there have been no setbacks in his recovery and that the 24-year-old continues gearing up to return this season are both good signs. In his absence, Rui Hachimura has remained planted in the starting lineup with Taurean Prince representing an underwhelming platoon partner. Cam Reddish (ankle) is nearing a return to action in the wing rotation as well.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Sheds walking boot

    Vanderbilt (foot) was spotted on the sidelines without a walking boot Monday, Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times reports. The Lakers have yet to issue an update on Vanderbilt's status, but it appears he's trending in the right direction. Head coach Darvin Ham stated before Monday's contest that the next update on the Kentucky product's status would likely come sometime next week, per Jovan Buha of The Athletic.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: No on-court activity yet

    Coach Darvin Ham said Tuesday that Vanderbilt (foot) has yet to progress to on-court activities, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports. Vanderbilt is slated to be re-evaluated at the beginning of March, but it sounds like he's still at least a couple of weeks away from returning to game action. He hasn't played since Feb. 1 due to a right wrist sprain, and initial reports hinted that the injury could sideline him for the remainder of the campaign.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Diagnosed with sprained foot

    The Lakers announced Monday that Vanderbilt has been diagnosed with a right mid-foot sprain and will be re-evaluated in approximately 3-to-4 weeks, Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet reports. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported Saturday that Vanderbilt would be out several weeks at a minimum, if not the rest of the season, so the forward's absence could extend past the Lakers' initial timeline. In Vanderbilt's absence, Rui Hachimura, Jaxson Hayes, Taurean Prince and Christian Wood are candidates for increased minutes, but Los Angeles will also be involved in talks ahead of Thursday's trade deadline, so the rotation could change drastically.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Could miss rest of season

    The right foot injury Vanderbilt suffered in Thursday's 114-105 win over the Lakers is considered "significant," and he'll be out for several weeks at a minimum, if not the rest of the season, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Beyond ruling Vanderbilt out ahead of Saturday's game against the Knicks, the Lakers haven't provided a precise diagnosis of the injury he suffered Thursday. The Lakers could still be awaiting MRI results or further medical opinions regarding Vanderbilt, but more clarity on his situation should come in the next few days. Regardless, fantasy managers in the majority of leagues can probably feel comfortable dropping Vanderbilt, given that his absence appears likely to extend beyond the All-Star break. In the short term, Vanderbilt's absence could open up clearer paths to minutes for the likes of Rui Hachimura, Jaxson Hayes, Taurean Prince and Christian Wood, though the Lakers may also look to add to their frontcourt depth ahead of Thursday's trade deadline.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Expected to miss several weeks

    Vanderbilt is expected to miss several weeks after exiting Thursday's 114-105 loss to the Celtics, but he's expected to undergo further evaluation on his right foot injury before a more precise timeline for his return is established, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Vanderbilt missed the start of the season due to left heel bursitis, but he's been a key piece of the rotation since returning to action in early December, playing at least 20 minutes in 15 of his last 21 appearances (six starts). With Vanderbilt sidelined, Rui Hachimura, Jaxson Hayes, Christian Wood and Taurean Prince are all candidates to take on elevated roles, but it could also mean the Lakers will be more active in pursuing frontcout help ahead of the Feb. 8 trade deadline.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Starting Thursday

    Vanderbilt will move into the starting lineup for Thursday's game against the Celtics, Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports. The Lakers will be without LeBron James (ankle) and Anthony Davis (Achilles) on Thursday evening, so Vanderbilt will get the spot start, and he'll be joined in the first unit by D'Angelo Russell, Austin Reaves, Taurean Prince and Jaxson Hayes. Vanderbilt makes for an attractive streamer with the increased opportunity.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Tossed Monday

    Vanderbilt was ejected in the first half of Monday's game versus Houston. He finished with three points (1-1 FG, 1-1 FT) and one steal in seven minutes of action. Vanderbilt picked up two technical fouls in rapid succession Monday, engaging in a brief shoving match with Dillon Brooks on the offensive glass, then proceeding to provocatively poke Brooks, which earned Vanderbilt an early exit Monday. The Lakers close a back-to-back Tuesday against Atlanta, representing Vanderbilt's next opportunity to take the court.
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  • Lakers' Jarred Vanderbilt: Big night off bench Saturday

    Vanderbilt supplied 14 points (4-7 FG, 6-8 FT), nine rebounds, five assists and four steals in 41 minutes off the bench during Saturday's 145-144 double-overtime win over the Warriors. The 24-year-old forward took advantage of the extra court time, scoring in double digits for the fourth time in the last five games and recording multiple steals for a fourth straight contest. Vanderbilt has had a bumpy first full season with the Lakers, but he seems to be getting comfortable on the second unit, averaging 11.8 points, 6.4 boards, 2.4 steals and 1.8 assists over that five-game stretch while shooting 63.9 percent from the floor.
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