Corey Brewer

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  • Corey Brewer
    SF, Sacramento Kings

    According to Shams Charania of the Athletic, free agent Corey Brewer is expected to sign a deal with the Kings.

    Brewer is expected to bring a strong defensive mindset as well as veteran experience to a relatively young team hoping to go deep in the NBA Playoffs. Unfortunately, from a fantasy point of view, there's little to expect or hope to see from the 34-year-old journeyman.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Corey Brewer
    SF, Sacramento Kings

    Corey Brewer, a veteran of eight different NBA teams, is still hoping to sign another contract before he calls it a career.

    Brewer, 34, seems to think he has enough in the tank for one final stint in the NBA. “We had some talks with a few teams, but nothing really happened. My agent is still working on it, so we’ll see,” Brewer said. “I feel like I can still help a team and I feel like I have a few good years left. But you never know, man." Brewer has not suited up for an NBA team this season and, with a waning jump shot and increased age, his chances of securing another pact in the NBA are pretty unlikely.

    Source: HoopsHype

  • Thabo Sefolosha
    SF, Utah Jazz

    Thabo Sefolosha is among the attendees at Rockets minicamp in Las Vegas with a host of other notable free agents this week.

    Sefolosha will be joined by the likes of Nick Young, Luc Mbah a Moute, Raymond Felton, Terrence Jones and Corey Brewer. The odds of someone making the Rockets' roster increased with Iman Shumpert declining an offer sheet from the team.

    Source: Kelly Iko on Twitter

  • Corey Brewer
    F, Sacramento Kings

    Corey Brewer split 2018-19 between the Sixers and the Kings, ending up with 4.9 points and 1.0 steals in 15.9 minutes a night.

    It's a little surprising that Brewer didn't just stay with Philly given his strong stint there, but that's the life of a mid-season free agent. He posted top-300 fantasy value, but it certainly didn't feel like it.

  • Corey Brewer
    G/F, Sacramento Kings

    Corey Brewer (sore right groin) is questionable to face the Jazz on Friday.

    Brewer took a hard fall last night and is in now in danger of missing tonight's game. Brewer plays a minor role off the bench and this news doesn't really move the needle much.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Corey Brewer
    SG/SF, Sacramento Kings

    Corey Brewer is signing with the Kings for the rest of the season.

    With Brewer's second 10-day contract set to expire Thursday, they decided to sign him for the rest of the season. Brewer will provide wing depth for the Kings, but there is no fantasy value to be had here.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Corey Brewer
    G/F, Sacramento Kings

    Corey Brewer (right ocular injury) is available to play in Monday's game against the Wolves.

    Brewer has played in just one game for the Kings so far – out of a possible five. He was surprisingly productive in his brief stint with the Sixers, so if he can get the minutes, he'd be able to carry fantasy value. Unfortunately, he's unlikely to see minutes above the teens right away. He's averaging 1.5 steals and 2.4 threes in only 19.1 minutes per game in his eight games this season. If you need steals or threes, he's worth a look, but you can wait to see what his role will be like first.

    Source: Jason Jones on Twitter

  • Corey Brewer
    F, Sacramento Kings

    Corey Brewer (right ocular injury) is being listed as a GTD vs. the Timberwolves on Monday.

    Brewer said he was experiencing discomfort in his right eye and the Kings may choose to hold him out of this one. He's the 189th-ranked player over the past two weeks in 13.4 minutes and shouldn't be owned anywhere.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Corey Brewer
    F, Sacramento Kings

    Corey Brewer (right ocular injury) is doubtful for Monday's matchup with the Wolves.

    Brewer isn't in Sacramento's regular rotation anyway so there isn't any impact on fantasy leagues.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Corey Brewer
    G/F, Sacramento Kings

    The Kings have signed Corey Brewer to a second 10-day contract.

    Brewer has yet to make an appearance with the Kings, so there’s no fantasy relevance here. He would need a few wings to go down to even make him a potential streamer.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Harrison Barnes
    F, Sacramento Kings

    Harrison Barnes, Alec Burks and Corey Brewer are all available to play on Friday vs. the Heat.

    With a load of new players in town, it’ll be very interesting how Barnes fits, and whether he will play more small forward in Iman Shumpert’s former spot or if he’ll steal some minutes from Neminja Bjelica and Marvin Bagley at the 4. It’ll also be worth watch how Alec Burks impacts Bogdan Bogdanovic.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Corey Brewer
    G/F, Sacramento Kings

    As of Thursday's reports, the Kings plan to sign Corey Brewer to a 10-day contract.

    Brewer is likely to play a depth role in a trial run with this squad. The addition of Harrison Barnes has made any new wing at best a third bench option, so there probably isn't any fantasy value.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Corey Brewer
    G/F, Philadelphia Sixers

    While they let his second 10-day contract expire and passed on signing Corey Brewer for the rest of the season, the Sixers are expected to bring Brewer back if they don't use his vacated roster spot later this week.

    The Sixers got good minutes out of Brewer over his 20 days with the team but will keep that spot open in case they need it in a potential trade or find a buyout target that they prefer. Whether it's in Philly or otherwise, Brewer played well enough to pick earn a shot somewhere this season.

    Source: Tim Bontemps on Twitter