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Top Trayce Jackson-Davis News
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Returns to NBA
The Warriors recalled Jackson-Davis from the Santa Cruz Warriors on Tuesday.
After a brief stint in the G League, Jackson-Davis will be available for Tuesday's game against Sacramento. The rookie big man is averaging 3.9 points and 2.2 rebounds in 9.8 minutes across his previous 10 NBA appearances this season.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Available Monday
Jackson-Davis (leg) is available for Monday's game against Houston.
Jackson-Davis will return from a one-game absence due to left leg soreness. The rookie has averaged 7.8 minutes per game across 10 appearances this season, so he may be in store for only a small role even with Draymond Green (suspension) out of action Monday.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Probable for Monday
Jackson-Davis (leg) is probable for Monday's game against Houston.
Jackson-Davis is just a fringe rotation player for Golden State, but when available, he provides some solid emergency depth and size to their frontcourt. The rookie should be involved until Draymond Green returns from suspension.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Questionable vs. Houston
Jackson-Davis (lower leg) is questionable for Monday's game against the Rockets.
Jackson-Davis missed Saturday's game against the Thunder due to left lower leg soreness, and it's unclear whether he'll be available Monday. However, his status shouldn't significantly impact the Warriors' rotation.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Recalled by Golden State
Golden State recalled Jackson-Davis from the G League's Santa Cruz Warriors on Saturday.
Jackson-Davis posted a double-double during Santa Cruz's season opener Friday, and he'll rejoin the parent club a day later. He's averaging 4.3 points and 2.7 rebounds in 9.2 minutes per game with Golden State this year.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Nears double-double off bench
Jackson-Davis ended Monday's 130-102 victory over New Orleans with 13 points (5-9 FG, 3-4 FT), nine rebounds and four blocks over 20 minutes.
Jackson-Davis saw extended time off the bench due to the blowout nature of Monday's win over the Pelicans, finishing as one of five Warriors players in double figures in scoring while leading the team in blocks and ending one board short of a double-double. Jackson-Davis appeared in only one game outside of Monday's outing, a scoreless outing Oct. 27 against Sacramento where he took the court for five minutes.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Coming off bench
Jackson-Davis will return to the bench for Friday's preseason game against the Spurs, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
This is an expected move with Kevon Looney returning from his illness. With the Warriors lacking size in the frontcourt, Jackson-Davis has a legitimate shot at rotation minutes to begin the season, especially if Draymond Green (ankle) remains sidelined.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Double-doubles in start
Jackson-Davis recorded 13 points (6-14 FG, 1-2 FT), and 10 rebounds across 24 minutes in Wednesday's 116-115 preseason win over the Kings.
The 2023 second-round pick drew the start with Kevon Looney (illness) taking a seat and played extremely well in the win. Jackson-Davis' performance goes a long way toward earning a roster spot with the team, and the undersized Warriors could certainly use his presence on the bench. The Indiana product set school records in career rebounds (1,143) and blocks (270) and was one of five players in Big Ten history to record 2,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Draws starting nod against Kings
Jackson-Davis will start Wednesday's preseason game against Sacramento, Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports reports.
Jackson-Davis will slide into the first unit, as Draymond Green (ankle) and Kevon Looney (illness) are sidelined. Jackson-Davis is expected to see around 30 minutes, as will the rest of the Golden State starters. Considering Jackson-Davis' rotation spot is not guaranteed, a strong performance Wednesday could help him land a consistent role early on for the 2023-24 season.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Double-doubles in 25 minutes
Jackson-Davis logged 18 points (8-12 FG, 2-4 FT), 10 rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks over 25 minutes of Saturday's 108-101 loss to Toronto during Summer League.
Jackson-Davis was a force on the inside for Golden State, swatting a pair of shots on the defensive end while amassing eight offensive boards and connecting on 75 percent of his field-goal attempts. Though Jackson-Davis missed most of Summer League with a hamstring issue, he impressed during his pair of contests and could push for early playing time on a Golden State team in need of reliable frontcourt depth.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Plays well in debut
Jackson-Davis logged 14 points (6-9 FG, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block in 20 minutes during Thursday's 118-101 Summer League loss to Houston.
This was Jackson-Davis' first appearance in the Summer League after previously nursing a hamstring injury. He was slated to come off the bench, only to move into the starting lineup right before tipoff. The 57th pick in the 2023 NBA Draft, Jackson-Davis looked comfortable as the roll man Thursday and likely made a strong impression on the coaching staff.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Available Thursday
Jackson-Davis (hamstring) is available for Thursday's Summer League game against the Rockets, Madeline Kenney of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Jackson-Davis hasn't yet suited up for Summer League play but will make his debut off the bench Thursday. Although he's playing a bench role, it wouldn't be surprising to see him draw ample playing time.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Out Wednesday, iffy Thursday
Jackson-Davis (hamstring) is out for Wednesday's preseason game versus the Mavericks but hopes to play in Thursday's matchup with Houston, Scott Agness of FieldhouseFiles.com reports.
Jackson-Davis has yet to make his Summer League debut while nursing a right hamstring injury. However, the rookie big man could see significant minutes if he suits up against the Rockets on Thursday.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Sitting out Sunday
Jackson-Davis (hamstring) won't play in Sunday's Las Vegas Summer League game against the Pelicans, Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Warriors player development director Jacob Rubin said Jackson-Davis is progressing in his recovery from a right hamstring injury, but the rookie second-round pick out of Indiana looks like he'll have to wait until at least Wednesday to make his Las Vegas Summer League debut.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Inks four-year deal
Jackson-Davis (hamstring) signed a four-year contract with the Warriors on Wednesday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Despite having not logged a single minute of game action with Golden State, Jackson-Davis was signed to a four-year deal with two guaranteed seasons. The second-round draft pick has been sidelined for the early portions of Summer League with a right hamstring injury but appears to have been impressive enough to convince the franchise enough to keep him around long term.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Still out Wednesday
Jackson-Davis (hamstring) has been ruled out for Wednesday's Summer League game against the Hornets, C.J. Holmes of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Jackson-Davis was considered unlikely to play Wednesday and will officially be sidelined for a second consecutive game to begin Summer League play. It's not yet clear whether he'll be available for Friday's matchup against the Lakers.... See More ... See Less
Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Won't play in Summer League opener
Jackson-Davis will be held out of Monday's Summer League game against the Kings due to a right hamstring injury, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
It sounds like the Warriors are simply being cautious with Jackson-Davis, who is also unlikely to play Wednesday too, per Slater. The big man could make his Summer League debut Friday against the Lakers.... See More ... See Less
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