Jarred Vanderbilt

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  • Jacob Evans
    SG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    The Wolves have assigned Jacob Evans and Jarred Vanderbilt to the G League on Saturday.

    Both Evans and Vanderblit have yet to receive an opportunity for the Wolves since being acquired at the trade deadline as part of separate deals. The two players have appeared in only two games apiece, having yet to exceed four minutes of playing time in a single game.

    Source: Dane Moore on Twitter

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    PF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    The Nuggets have traded Jarred Vanderbilt to the Wolves.

    Vanderbilt is one of the names who's being bounced around so that all the roster spots and salaries match up in a huge four-team deal. He has a chance to see spot minutes with the Wolves completely gutting their power forward rotation tonight — Robert Covington, Keita Bates-Diop, Noah Vonleh and Jordan Bell are all on new teams — though he's likely to play behind Juancho Hernangomez and whoever else the Wolves add between now and Thursday. He's been a strong rebounder throughout his career but has never played enough to pop on the fantasy radar. Don't expect that to change.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Jerami Grant
    SF, Denver Nuggets

    Jerami Grant (thoracic tightness) is being listed as questionable to play against the Blazers on Tuesday.

    This came out of nowhere. Grant has been on fire with top-30/45 value in 9/8 cat leagues over the past month. If Grant can't go, Juancho Hernangomez and Jarred Vanderbilt would see extended minutes and make for sneaky cheap DFS options.

    Source: Nuggets on Twitter

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    PF, Denver Nuggets

    Jarred Vanderbilt checked into the rotation on Sunday, posting four points, a steal and a block in five minutes of action.

    Vanderbilt got some run with Michael Porter Jr. out and his rebounding numbers in both the college and G League ranks make him someone to be aware of in extremely deep dynasty formats, but there's not a ton to see for most fantasy players. This was only Vanderbilt's eighth appearance this year.

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    PF, Denver Nuggets

    The Nuggets have assigned Jarred Vanderbilt to a G League affiliate, the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, on Wednesday.

    Vanderbilt has only played nine minutes across three games for the big league club this season. He will have more opportunity to work on his craft for the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. He was selected with the 41st pick in the 2019 draft and is not currently on the fantasy radar outside of deeper dynasty leagues.

    Source: Harrison Wind on Twitter

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    PF, Denver Nuggets

    Jarred Vanderbilt was a beast on the glass on Wednesday, collecting 17 boards to go along with his 20 points on 8-of-15 shooting, adding three assists and three steals into the mix as well.

    Vanderbilt is logging double-doubles in Summer League like his life depended on it. While we like the determination and the hustle he's showing, JV is too low on the Nuggets' totem pole of big men to make a fantasy-relevant splash this season.

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    PF, Denver Nuggets

    Jarred Vanderbilt double-doubled with 12 points (5-for-9 FGs, 1-for-4 FTs) and 12 rebounds in a Summer League loss to the Celtics on Tuesday night.

    Vanderbilt hit a three and added two assists and a steal in his 23 minutes as well. There's been movement at the power forward spot in Denver with Trey Lyles becoming an unrestricted free agent and Jerami Grant joining the team. Vanderbilt is likely to be a rebounding specialist at the end of the bench again on this deep contender.

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    PF, Denver Nuggets

    Jarred Vanderbilt and Vlatko Cancar were limited to non-contact work at Denver's first Summer League practice.

    Both youngsters sat out for precautionary reasons, and while Cancar had his ankle elevated it does not sound like either player is dealing with anything serious. Vanderbilt offers some rebounding potential while Cancar is still a bit of a mystery after spending last season overseas.

    Source: Harrison Wind on Twitter

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    F, Denver Nuggets

    Jarred Vanderbilt received a DNP-CD in Wednesday's win against the Wolves

    A second-round pick, Vanderbilt missed most of his first season as he recovered from offseason foot surgery and did not make a blip on the fantasy radar this season. He is not worth drafting next season but could prove that the surgery is what slowed him down in his first season. He should not be completely forgotten in NBA circles yet.

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    F, Denver Nuggets

    Jarred Vanderbilt made his season debut for the Nuggets on Friday and tallied three rebounds, one assist and one steal in four minutes of action.

    Vanderbilt will not find fantasy relevance on a healthy Nuggets roster this season. He has some marginal appeal in dynasty leagues but it's good to see the Nuggets' second-round pick get out there after recovering from off-season foot surgery.

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    F, Denver Nuggets

    Jarred Vanderbilt (right foot) is questionable for Friday's game.

    Vanderbilt is recovering from offseason foot surgery and has yet to make his NBA debut. He was also questionable on Wednesday but didn't play, and we'll be sure to let you know when he does.

    Source: Harrison Wind on Twitter

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    F, Denver Nuggets

    Jarred Vanderbilt (right foot) is questionable for Wedensday's game.

    Vanderbilt, the 41st pick in last summer's draft, has yet to play after undergoing offseason foot surgery. He was able to participate in parts of practice on Tuesday and appears to be progressing towards his NBA debut. Most of his time will be spent in the G-League this year but Vanderbilt's someone to keep an eye on in dynasty leagues.

    Source: Harrison Wind on Twitter

  • Jarred Vanderbilt
    F, Denver Nuggets

    Jarred Vanderbilt is "a ways away" from returning, according to Mike Malone.

    The Nuggets took Vanderbilt with the 41st pick in the draft but he hasn't hit the court yet because of right foot surgery. He has intriguing long-term upside as a defensive stat producer but he doesn't need to be owned in any formats this season.

    Source: Harrison Wind on Twitter