Terance Mann

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  • Terance Mann
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Terance Mann (rest) will not play in Sunday's exhibition game against Melbourne United.

    Usually rookies don't get days off in the preseason, so this probably speaks to Mann's impressive work since being drafted. He's handled backup point guard work at times and looks like he could be in the rotation on opening night. He's a name to know in 20-team formats, though he's still more of a watch list player until you get into the very deepest of leagues.

    Source: Andrew Greif on Twitter

  • Terance Mann
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Terance Mann logged a team-high 25 minutes in Friday's 96-109 preseason loss to the Rockets, delivering eight points, nine rebounds and four assists.

    Mann has been playing backup point guard in training camp and it looks like he could hold onto that job in his first season. That's going to put him on the map in deeper leagues, as the Clippers appear ready to roll with Pat Beverley, Landry Shamet and Mann as their PG rotation.

  • Terance Mann
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Terance Mann was one assist shy of a triple-double in Summer League play on Tuesday, going for 15 points (7-for-9 FGs, 0-for-1 FTs), 11 rebounds, nine assists and a triple-one in 28 minutes.

    That's an impressive line for Mann, Summer League or not. You may have heard that the Clippers recently signed a pair of wings, so it's not like he's going to get big minutes as a rookie. But the Clippers are likely expecting Mann, who is 23 and played four years at Florida State, to be ready to step in when needed. His fellow Seminole, Mfiondu Kabengele, had 13 points, seven rebounds and four blocks in 23 minutes in this win.

  • Terance Mann
    SG, Los Angeles Clippers

    The Clippers selected Florida State SG Terance Mann with the 48th pick of the NBA Draft on Thursday night.

    Mann is a mature prospect, coming off his senior year with a pretty complete set of scoring skills highlighted by his ability to finish at the rim. His 6-foot-6 frame puts him on the bigger end of the spectrum for a guard which also allows him to be effective on the defensive end. While he may not have a ton of upside as a more mature prospect, the Clippers hope his skills have him contributing sooner than later and his quickest path to playing time would be to improve his jumpshot.