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Jan 1, 2024 16 2 6 1
Dec 29, 2023 4 0 4 0
Dec 28, 2023 14 4 7 0
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2023 697.7 9.1 2.0 0.2 5.1 0.3 0.2
2022 3058.5 8.2 4.3 0.1 3.9 0.4 0.1
2021 3117.8 8.6 4.3 0.0 3.4 0.4 0.2
3y Avg. 47511.9 13.0 5.8 0.1 5.5 0.7 0.4
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Out at least six weeks

    The Trail Blazers announced Wednesday that Brown underwent successful surgery on his left shoulder and will be re-evaluated in six weeks. Brown has already missed Portland's last four games and is expected to remain out until at least the end of February. With Deandre Ayton (knee) also sidelined, Duop Reath and Ibou Badji should continue to receive extended minutes until Ayton is able to return to action.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Will undergo surgery on wrist

    The Trail Blazers announced Monday that Brown will undergo surgery this week to address a non-displaced fracture of the scaphoid bone in his left wrist. A timeline for his return will be established once surgery is performed. Though Portland isn't yet putting a timeline on Brown's return, fantasy players should expect him to miss several weeks. With top center Deandre Ayton (knee) also facing an uncertain timeline to return to game action, Duop Reath should continue to operate as the Trail Blazers' starter Tuesday against the Knicks. Two-way player Ibou Badji looks poised to remain in the rotation as Reath's top backup until Ayton is back in action.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Still out against Brooklyn

    Brown (wrist) won't play in Sunday's game versus the Nets. Brown's absence streak will extend to three games Sunday due to a sprained left wrist. His next chance to suit up is Tuesday's matchup with the Knicks.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Won't suit up Friday

    Brown (wrist) is out for Friday's game versus the Mavericks. Brown will miss his second straight game Friday due to a left wrist sprain. With Deandre Ayton (knee) still out, Duop Reath and Ibou Badji will likely split time at center. Brown's next chance to suit up is Sunday's matchup with Brooklyn.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Downgraded to out

    Brown (wrist) won't play in Wednesday's game against the Mavericks. Brown has started in four straight games for the Trail Blazers in place of Deandre Ayton (knee), but he'll be held out of Wednesday's contest. Expect Duop Reath to claim Brown's starting role while Ibou Badji is likely to see more work off the bench. Brown's next chance to play will come Friday at Dallas.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Questionable against Dallas

    Brown is questionable for Wednesday's game versus Dallas due to a left wrist sprain. Brown has been starting in Portland's last five outings with Deandre Ayton (knee) out. However, if Brown is unable to suit up Wednesday, Duop Reath (back) and Ibou Badji are candidates to receive increased minutes.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Rebounds well, does little else

    Brown accrued zero points (0-1 FG, 0-2 3Pt), 11 rebounds, one steal and one block across 14 minutes in Tuesday's 130-113 win over the Kings. After being outside of the Portland rotation in each of the previous five games, Brown was surprisingly handed the starting nod over the team's normal No. 2 center, Duop Reath, while Deandre Ayton (knee) was sidelined. Reath still ended up seeing the bulk of the minutes at center and poured in a career-high 25 points to go with nine rebounds in 32 minutes, but Brown wasn't a total zero for those that streamed him for rebounds and blocks. Even so, Brown will likely find himself back outside of the rotation Thursday against the Spurs if Ayton is cleared to play.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Get starting nod

    Brown is in the starting lineup due to Deandre Ayton (knee) being ruled out for Tuesday's game against Sacramento, Sean Highkin of RoseGardenReport.com reports. Brown gets his first start in what will be his sixth appearance of the campaign. Duop Reath had started three prior contests when Ayton was unavailable, but the duo will likely form a platoon Tuesday.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Rejoins parent club

    The Trail Blazers recalled Brown from the G League's Rip City Remix on Friday. Brown was sent to the Remix on Thursday, and he tallied 21 points, 11 rebounds, an assist, a steal and a block in 25 minutes during Rip City's win over Stockton. However, he shouldn't be part of the Trail Blazers' rotation now that he's back with the parent club.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Back to NBA

    Portland recalled Brown from the G League's Rip City Remix on Tuesday. Brown, Kris Murray and Rayan Rupert were all elevated from the G League following Rip City's 107-103 win over Ontario on Monday. They'll all be available as depth options for Portland's matchup in Phoenix on Tuesday, but it's unlikely they'll see significant playing time, barring a blowout.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Heads to bench

    Brown is not in the starting lineup for Monday's preseason contest versus Phoenix, Casey Holdahl of the Trail Blazers' official site reports. Brown will be replaced by Duop Reath as Portland continues evaluating its third-string options at center. In his lone preseason start, Brown supplied one point, one rebound and two blocks in 12 minutes versus Utah on Saturday.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Starting against Utah

    Brown is in the starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Jazz, Casey Holdahl of the Trail Blazers' official site reports. Brown gets the nod with Deandre Ayton (rest) out. Brown is competing for minutes at the backup center position, and this will be a huge chance to show what he can do with an extended role.
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  • Trail Blazers' Moses Brown: Joining Portland

    Brown agreed Monday with the Trail Blazers on a partially guaranteed one-year contract, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Brown made his NBA debut with the Trail Blazers during the 2019-20 season but has played for five teams over the past three seasons. He's struggled to garner much of a role over the past two seasons, averaging 4.3 points and 3.6 rebounds in 8.4 minutes per game over 76 appearances between the Cavaliers, Mavericks, Nets and Clippers. Brown will attempt to compete for a depth role with Portland ahead of the 2023-24 campaign.
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  • Nets' Moses Brown: Back in Brooklyn

    Brown re-signed Tuesday with the Nets on a second 10-day contract. Over the course of his first 10-day deal, Brown made just one four-minute appearance off the bench, recording one steal, one turnover and no other statistics while getting garbage-time run in a 119-106 loss to the Magic on Sunday. Though he'll stick around in Brooklyn a little while longer, Brown looks like he'll be outside of the rotation with Day'Ron Sharpe having settled in as the top backup to starting center Nic Claxton.
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  • Nets' Moses Brown: Joining Brooklyn

    Brown is expected to finalize a 10-day contract with the Nets on Thursday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. The Nets' two two-way slots are currently filled by guards Dru Smith and David Duke, so Brown appears set to join Brooklyn on a standard NBA deal after a spot on the 15-man roster opened up when Nerlens Noel's 10-day contract expired Wednesday. Brooklyn marks the third stop of the season for Brown, who was previously a two-way player for the Clippers and Knicks. All 34 of his appearances at the NBA level this season have come as a member of L.A., with Brown averaging 4.6 points and 4.1 rebounds in 8.5 minutes per contest. Brown isn't expected to be a regular rotation player for the Nets.
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  • Moses Brown: Dominant in Westchester debut

    Brown recorded 18 points (7-14 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-5 FT), 17 rebounds and two assists in 31 minutes during Saturday's 114-108 win over the Santa Cruz Warriors. Brown's eight offensive rebounds helped him post a team high in boards. Despite his dominant rebounding, he still posted a minus-5 point differential.
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  • Moses Brown: Cut loose by New York

    The Knicks waived Brown on Sunday. New York handed Brown's two-way spot to rookie guard Trevor Keels, who previously played under a two-way deal and 10-day contract with the Knicks earlier this season. After signing with the Knicks earlier this month, Brown never debuted for the NBA team and played exclusively with the organization's G League affiliate in Westchester.
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  • Moses Brown: Will be let go

    The Clippers plan to waive Brown on Friday, Law Murray of The Athletic reports. Since Brown is on a two-way contract, the Clippers had to decide whether to sign him to an end-of-season deal or waive him after he was active for the 50th time this season during Thursday's win over the Suns. The backup big man made 34 appearances (one start) during his time with Los Angeles, averaging 4.6 points and 4.1 rebounds in 8.5 minutes per game.
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  • Clippers' Moses Brown: Doesn't suit up Sunday

    Brown did not suit up for Ontario's Sunday night contest against the South Bay Lakers. Even though Brown was listed as healthy going into Sunday's contest, coach Grant Gibbs decided not to play him for unknown reasons. When back in the rotation, expect him to make an impact on both ends of the floor as one of the primary big men for Ontario.
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  • Clippers' Moses Brown: Unavailable Wednesday

    Brown (undisclosed) will not play in Wednesday's game against Utah. Brown's two-way contract has capped the number of games he can be listed as available, and considering he has been active for 44 of the maximum 50 games, it can be assumed he is being held out to keep him on the deal for as long as possible. His absence will leave a handful of backup center minutes for Robert Covington. Brown's next chance to play will come Friday in San Antonio.
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