TJ Warren

Fantasy News

  • TJ Warren
    SF, Indiana Pacers

    T.J. Warren scored 17 points on 6-for-12 shooting with one rebound, one assist, one steal, one block and one three in Wednesday's win over the Bulls.

    It was a more balanced effort than you can normally expect from the score-first forward, whose fantasy value tends to come and go with his latest hot streak. Domantas Sabonis grabbed an impressive 14 rebounds but struggled from the field (3-for-12) for only eight points.

  • TJ Warren
    SF, Indiana Pacers

    T.J. Warren finished with 30 points, five rebounds, one assist, one steal and five triples on 11-of-18 shooting in 33 minutes.

    This was as good a debut game as Warren could hope for and he was extremely efficient in this one. Those five triples came on only six attempts and he was the game's leading scorer. He'll be starting for the Pacers this season and as long as he stays healthy he could definitely flirt with top-100 value.

  • Malcolm Brogdon
    PG, Indiana Pacers

    Coach Nate McMillan announced that the starting lineup would be Malcolm Brogdon, Jeremy Lamb, TJ Warren, Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner.

    This was the assumed starting lineup for the Pacers so no surprises here. With Victor Oladipo still without a timetable for return, Brogdon and Lamb should be considered the starting backcourt for the foreseeable future. Brogdon should be a very productive mid-round pick with what should be an increased role on this Pacers team compared to the Milwaukee team he was previously on.

    Source: Tony East on Twitter

  • TJ Warren
    SF, Indiana Pacers

    According to Pacers beat writer Scott Agness, Pacers forward T.J. Warren has no injury worries heading into the season.

    Warren has missed 56 games during the last two seasons, but he hopes to stay healthy for all of 2019-20. Warren is likely to start for the Pacers and could hold top-100 value if he can stay on the court.

    Source: Scott Agness on Twitter

  • Malcolm Brogdon
    PG, Indiana Pacers

    The Pacers have officially acquired Malcolm Brogdon and T.J. Warren as of Saturday.

    Warren was dealt at the draft and Brogdon came over when free agency opened, but the transactions are now official. Indiana will send a first-rounder and two second-rounders to Milwaukee for Brogdon, while they received cash considerations from Phoenix and moved the 32nd pick in the draft to Miami for three second-rounders in the Warren deal. Both players will give Indiana a new, more offensive dynamic this season and should slot right into the starting five. Brogdon figures to see his ADP inch up closer to his true value while Warren might come at a small discount after an injury-plagued year in the desert.

    Source: Indiana Pacers

  • TJ Warren
    SF, Indiana Pacers

    The Pacers and Heat have officially announced the three-team trade in which the Suns shipped T.J. Warren to the Pacers and the 32nd pick (KZ Okpala) to the Heat for cash considerations.

    Warren seems to be in a great spot here with and should get as many minutes as he can handle starting alongside Jeremy Lamb as the two wings. He should also play some power forward when Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner aren't both on the floor. The Heat also send the Pacers three future second-round picks in the trade.

    Source: NBA.com

  • TJ Warren
    F, Indiana Pacers

    The Suns have agreed to send TJ Warren and the No. 32 pick to the Pacers in exchange for cash considerations.

    The Suns were rumored to be shopping both Warren and Josh Jackson. They were able to get off of the three years and roughly $35M that Warren is still owed by adding in an early second-rounder to sweeten the deal. Warren has shown some promise in the league but has yet to show that he is worth that large of a contract. Warren's per-game value last season was 61/44 in 8/9-cat, but he only played in 43 games. The Suns now have significantly more money to try and acquire free agents. Unless Warren gets traded again, he will join a very deep frontcourt next season.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • TJ Warren
    F, Phoenix Suns

    In addition to the Mavs, the Pacers are another team that is reportedly interested in T.J. Warren.

    The Suns look ready to deal Warren, whose season was ended with 33 straight games on the shelf because of a right ankle problem. A lot of that had to do with the lottery odds, and Warren was putting up a career year prior to the shutdown. The Pacers are likely to let Thad Young walk in free agency and have been rumored to want more scoring out of their frontcourt, so Warren, and his 18.0 points per game, certainly make a natural fit.

    Source: Tim MacMahon on Twitter

  • TJ Warren
    F, Phoenix Suns

    SportsNet New York's Ian Begley is reporting the Mavs are among teams interested in acquiring the Suns' T.J. Warren via trade.

    Begley also reports the Suns are open to moving both Warren and Josh Jackson. Both Warren and Jackson have been recently included in trade rumors over the past few weeks, so there is some traction to the reports from several outlets. With many young assets and teams kicking the tires, it won't be surprising if the Suns re-tool a little bit.

    Source: Ian Begley on Twitter

  • TJ Warren
    F, Phoenix Suns

    Shams Charania is reporting that the Suns have "discussed" trade packages involving T.J. Warren, Josh Jackson and/or the No. 6 pick in the draft.

    Other rumors have the Suns hoping to move up in the draft in pursuit of Darius Garland, though they could also assemble a package to go get themselves a point guard and skip a step or two. Their interest in moving Jackson is not new or surprising, but Warren is a steady hand at the forward spots and should have more interest around the league. With Mikal Bridges and Kelly Oubre looking ready to take over the starting jobs, a trade might be best for Warren's fantasy outlook as well. For now this is all speculation, but the Suns are certainly equipped to deal.

    Source: The Athletic

  • TJ Warren
    F, Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren ended a disappointing season the bench against the Mavs on Tuesday.

    Warren was on an absolute tear to start the year, averaging 18.0 points, 1.8 3s, 1.2 steals and 0.7 blocks on .486 shooting in 43 games. After his game against the Wolves on January 22nd, Warren would miss the entirety of the season with an ankle injury, making him one of the most dissappointing players in the 2018-2019 season. He posted top-50 numbers on a per-game basis but because he missed the majority of the season he finished outisde the top-160 in total value. Now he'll have to deal with Mikal Bridges and Kelly Oubre on the wings which will make producing those numbers a lot tougher.

  • TJ Warren
    F, Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren has officially been ruled out of Tuesday’s final game of the season against the Mavs.

    After missing the last 33 games with ankle soreness, Warren will end up five 3-point attempts short of earning an extra $250K, which might be the reason he stated recently that he wanted to return before the season ends. Mikal Bridges and Josh Jackson will start again for Phoenix, putting an end to a disappointing year for the franchise.

    Source: Evan Sidery on Twitter

  • TJ Warren
    F, Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle soreness) will continue to miss action as he is out for Friday's tilt against the Pelicans.

    With only three games left for the Suns this season, it is looking less likely that Warren will return as he has said he has wanted to. We can ignore him for the rest of the season unless we hear something new.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

  • TJ Warren
    F, Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle soreness) is out for Wednesday's game against the Jazz.

    Warren's return gets less likely by the day. Hopefully you've moved on a long time ago.

    Source: Kellan Olson on Twitter

  • TJ Warren
    F, Phoenix Suns

    T.J. Warren (right ankle soreness) has been ruled out for Monday's game.

    Warren said he wants to come back this season, but that looks unlikely right now. If you're holding onto him still you're probably not paying attention anymore anyways.

    Source: Kellan Olson on Twitter