Kosta Koufos

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  • Kosta Koufos
    C, Sacramento Kings

    Kosta Koufos has reached an agreement with CSKA Moscow according to Chris Haynes of Yahoo.

    Haynes goes on to say that Koufos' deal will make him the highest paid American in all of Europe next season, so it's safe to say that it was an easy sell for Koufos who appeared to be facing a rather tepid market. His deal will also include an NBA option that will allow him to opt out of his contract should he decide to return to the States.

    Source: Chris Haynes on Twitter

  • Kosta Koufos
    C, Sacramento Kings

    Kosta Koufas is receiving preliminary interest from the Pistons, Bucks, Raptors and Kings according to Chris Haynes of Yahoo.

    Koufas is a big body that is capable of grabbing some rebounds and defending the paint for small stretches. He doesn't figure to hold any fantasy value in any of these potential landing spots.

    Source: Chris Haynes on Twitter

  • Kosta Koufos
    C, Sacramento Kings

    Kosta Koufos wasn't much to write home about in 2018-19, appearing in 42 contests and averaging 12 minutes a night.

    Koufos averaged 19.6 minutes in 71 games the year prior, so he was really put on the back burner as Sacramento added Marvin Bagley, Nemanja Bjelica and Harry Giles to the frontcourt mix. If you needed a top-385 producer, then you got what you wanted.

  • Kosta Koufos
    C, Sacramento Kings

    Kosta Koufos (calf) will sit out regular season finale against the Blazers on Wednesday.

    Koufos left Friday's game with a calf injury and hasn't been able to play since. The injury is not believed to be serious, but more precautionary. There is no fantasy impact to Koufos seeing the pine.

  • Kosta Koufos
    C, Sacramento Kings

    Kosta Koufos (strained left calf) will not play on Sunday.

    Koufos wasn't on the injury report yesterday but he'll end up sitting this one out. There's no fantasy impact.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Kosta Koufos
    C, Sacramento Kings

    Kosta Koufos is not listed on Sunday's injury report for the Kings' game against the Pelicans.

    Koufos suffered a lower leg injury in Friday's game, but seems to be alright. We'll see if he's even in the rotation for Sunday's game.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Kosta Koufos
    C, Sacramento Kings

    Kosta Koufos left Friday’s game with a lower leg injury and will not return.

    The injury didn’t look good and with the Kings being very short-handed tonight, look for a lot of small-ball going forward.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Nemanja Bjelica
    F, Sacramento Kings

    Harry Giles (bruised left thigh) is questionable to play on Saturday vs. the Rockets while Nemanja Bjelica (stomach illness) has been ruled out.

    With Marvin Bagley getting so much run there’s not a whole lot of usage available for any other bigs though Willie Cauley-Stein could get a few extra minutes while Kosta Koufos should also see a bit of action.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Harry Giles III
    F/C, Sacramento Kings

    The Kings have sent Harry Giles to the G-League for more reps.

    It’s a bit curious that Giles is getting sent down despite announcing Marvin Bagley (knee) will miss two more weeks of action. The Kings are currently tied with the Spurs for the last playoff spot in the Western Conference so are likely more focused on their rank in the standings. Nemanja Bjelica and Willie Cauley-Stein will continue to get heavy run with Kosta Koufos and Justin Jackson there to soak up any minutes that are left.

    Source: Jason Jones on Twitter

  • Kosta Koufos
    C, Sacramento Kings

    Kosta Koufos started on Friday night against the Grizzlies but only managed four points, eight rebounds and two blocks in 15 minutes.

    Koufos got the call against a big opponent but can't be counted on for fantasy purposes.

  • Nemanja Bjelica
    F, Sacramento Kings

    Kosta Koufos will get the start on Friday night sending Nemanja Bjelica to the bench.

    with Marvin Bagley (knee) still out for at least a week, Bjelica should still be able to get close to his usual allotment of minutes. He’s a hold in standard leagues for as long as Bagley out as long as he’s getting 23-25 minutes a game.

    Source: Sean Cunningham on Twitter