Alex Len Stats
- Height / Weight
- 84 / 250 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/16/1993 (28)
Alex Len Last 10 Games
Alex Len News
Washington Wizards center Alex Len has entered the starting five for the second straight outing Monday versus the Bulls. Despite earning his first start with the Wizards on Sunday, Len played just eight minutes and scored two points, delivering a dud from a fantasy perspective. Curiously enough, he played 27 and 24 minutes, respectively, in the past two games off the bench and delivered solid production. Even with Chicago scuffling on the interior in the wake of Wendell Carter Jr.'s (quad) injury, Len is an extremely risky DFS play due to his consistent minutes fluctuations. Robin Lopez is a more stable fantasy play, even with his shift to the second unit.
Washington Wizards center Alex Len scored a team-high 18 points on 7-for-12 shooting in Friday's game against the Miami Heat. In addition, he grabbed three rebounds and blocked five shots. Len also posted two assists and two steals. He'll play the Hornets on Sunday, who allow opponents to grab the seventh-most rebounds in the NBA while shooting the sixth-highest percentage from two-point range. This has the second game in a row that Len has scored in double digits, and while he's definitely a risky play on Sunday, he has some DFS appeal based on these past couple of games.
Making his fourth appearance for the team on Friday, Washington Wizards center Alex Len had his most complete performance with the team, scoring nine points on 3-for-6 shooting and grabbing nine rebounds. He was 1-for-3 from deep and added an assist, a steal, and a block. With Robin Lopez starting, there's plenty of room for Len to carve out a role that can be fantasy relevant in deeper leagues and in DFS. Up next for Washington is the Nets on Sunday, who allow the second-most fantasy points per game to opposing centers. This might be a time to target Len as a cheap DFS play.
Toronto Raptors center Alex Len (personal) will miss his second straight contest due to personal reasons for Saturday's contest versus the Hornets. Having started the last two games that he has been active for, Aron Baynes has taken over starting duties in place of Len, despite Chris Boucher's emergence off the bench. Len has not made a field goal in his past four games, and at this stage, is not a viable fantasy asset in any-sized season-long format. His next chance to take the floor comes Monday against Dallas.