Trevor Booker

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  • Trevor Booker
    PF, International

    Trevor Booker has worked out for the Nuggets and has workouts planned with the Bucks and Clippers, according to Alex Kennedy of HoopsHype.

    Booker was out of the NBA in 2018-19, spending the season in China after he didn't get any offers in free agency. He did return to the US to undergo a procedure on his foot but is apparently fully recovered. The last time we saw Booker he split 68 games between the Nets, Sixers and Pacers in 2017-18. If he does make a successful comeback he'll have no fantasy relevance.

    Source: Alex Kennedy on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    F, Indiana Pacers

    Trevor Booker has returned to the U.S. to undergo a procedure on his foot, per Yahoo's Chris Haynes.

    Booker was expected to play in China this season but may now focus on his recovery instead. His goal is to play in the NBA again and as long as he's healthy he shouldn't have many issues finding someone to take a shot on him during the season.

    Source: Chris Haynes on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    F/Team, Indiana Pacers

    Trevor Booker tweeted that he will play in China this upcoming season, but still wants to play in the NBA at some point.

    "Although I know I belong in the NBA, I’m excited to announce that I’ll be heading to China this upcoming season. The summer didn’t pan out as I hoped, but I assure you that I’ll be back on a NBA floor terrorizing people again soon enough," Booker tweeted. The big man will likely sign with Shanxi Brave Dragons in the Chinese Basketball Association and even if he does return to the NBA he won't be more than a bench piece.

    Source: Trevor Booker on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    F, Indiana Pacers

    Alex Kennedy is reporting that Trevor Booker is nearing a deal with the Shanxi Brave Dragons in the Chinese Basketball Association.

    Booker could still make it back to the NBA for the postseason run and can get more bang for his buck by securing a contract in China plus an additional contract in the NBA. This is still an early report so we'll see if the vet changes course to stay stateside.

    Source: Alex Kennedy on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    F, Indiana Pacers

    According to Tony Jones of the Salt Lake Tribune, the Utah Jazz have reached out to Trevor Booker.

    The Jazz actually seem to be one of several teams interested in Booker, along with the Pelicans, Rockets, Knicks and Spurs. Utah is actually pretty set as far as lineups go but Booker could be a good add to alleviate some of the power forward minutes off of Jae Crowder.

    Source: Tony Jones on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    F, Indiana Pacers

    The Wolves, Rockets, Knicks and Spurs are among the teams interested in veteran forward Trevor Booker.

    It's also possible that Booker returns to the Pacers, who picked him up after he was let go by the Sixers last season. Mostly good for cheap double-doubles, Booker did have some fantasy relevance as an important member of Brooklyn's rotation before being traded. Of the teams listed, the Knicks are the only one who look like they'll be able to afford him that type of role, though Kristaps Porzingis will come back eventually and Kevin Knox should soak up power forward minutes over time. Booker is a nice glue guy but is hard-pressed to deliver fantasy value this year — at least in these potential landing spots.

    Source: Alex Kennedy on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    PF, Indiana Pacers

    Trevor Booker started on Tuesday night but only played 19 minutes, shooting a discouraging 3-for-10 for six points and three rebounds against the Hornets.

    Booker T spent time with three different teams this year, though none offered him as much opportunity as the Nets. He slowly slipped down the rankings as he joined more competent squads who only used him as situational depth. Booker finishes the year as a top-285 per-game player and a top-250 option on the full season thanks to 67 games played.

  • Trevor Booker
    PF, Indiana Pacers

    The Pacers have replaced Domantas Sabonis with Trevor Booker in their updated starting lineup.

    Sabonis figures to be among the players who get some extra rest tonight, and it probably makes more sense to leave him coming off the bench tonight so as to keep the rotation relatively intact. Booker will be a decent stream for boards and should be a double-double threat with the Pacers shorthanded.

    Source: J. Michael on Twitter

  • Glenn Robinson III
    SG/SF, Indiana Pacers

    The Pacers got smoked in Toronto on Friday and ended up being led by Glenn Robinson III, who finished with 12 points and three triples in 20 minutes of action.

    The only other Pacer to hit double digits was Trevor Booker with 11 points. There's almost nothing to take away from this game for fantasy purposes. While it's nice to see GR3 looking spry after missing most of the year with an injury, he's not a fantasy option unless the Pacers rest their stars.

  • Trevor Booker
    PF/C, Indiana Pacers

    Trevor Booker (sprained right ankle) is listed as questionable on game notes for Sunday against the Clippers

    Booker was not on the fantasy radar regardless in a 15-20 minute per game role. The Hawks have enough depth to spread his minutes around without much of a fantasy impact as long as he remains out.

    Source: Pacers Game Notes

  • Trevor Booker
    PF, Indiana Pacers

    Trevor Booker will not suit up tonight as he continues to recover from a sprained ankle.

    Booker suffered the injury against the Warriors, and luckily for the Pacers it coincided with the return of Domantas Sabonis. They're not lacking for depth at the power forward spot right now and probably won't push Booker to return before he's 100 percent. The veteran can be a rebounding specialist in the proper playing time but belongs the waiver wire in just about all leagues.

    Source: Clifton Brown on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    PF/C, Indiana Pacers

    Trevor Booker (ankle) has been listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Kings.

    Booker isn't worth owning in standard formats, whether he plays or not. Even in deeper leagues he's a stretch to own.

    Source: Indiana Pacers on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    PF, Indiana Pacers

    Trevor Booker was limping slightly when he left the locker room last night, but he was walking under his own power and said it was too early to tell if he would play Thursday against the Kings.

    Booker is only a consideration in deeper leagues while the return of Domantas Sabonis from an ankle injury last night means his window of opportunity is now closed.

    Source: Clifton Brown on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    PF, Indiana Pacers

    The Pacers have ruled Trevor Booker (ankle) out for the remainder of Tuesday's game.

    Booker's absence isn't nearly as painful as it could be considering Domantas Sabonis has just returned to action. We'll update you on his availability going forward but it won't affect much for fantasy purposes.

    Source: Indiana Pacers on Twitter

  • Trevor Booker
    PF, Indiana Pacers

    Trevor Booker left Tuesday's game with a sprained ankle and is questionable to return.

    Normally Booker's presence wouldn't be of concern against the Warriors but Golden State is a lot less powerful these days. Luckily for Indiana Domantas Sabonis has returned from his own ankle injury tonight, so he figures to soak up Booker's minutes if the vet can't return.

    Source: Pat Boylan on Twitter