Alperen Sengün Stats
- Height / Weight
- 82 / 240 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/25/2002 (19)
Alperen Sengün Last 10 Games
Alperen Sengün News
Houston Rocket center Alperen Sengun (ankle) will make his return to the court on Friday against the Sacramento Kings. He has missed each of the last seven games due to a right ankle sprain. The organization expected Sengun to return here, while head coach Stephen Silas confirmed Sengun will play regular minutes. Sadly, Christian Wood being on the roster blocks Sengun from reaching his full potential. Although, Sengun could still be worth a look while playing minutes in the mid-20s.
Houston Rockets center Alperen Sengun (ankle) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the San Antonio Spurs. The rookie center will miss his seventh straight game due to a right ankle sprain. Although, Sengun is expected to return to the floor on Friday versus the Sacramento Kings. The Rockets could certainly use Sengun on the court with how poorly the team has been playing lately. At this point, Sengun should be rostered in most fantasy formats. The upside is there and the Rockets are highly likely to consider moving Christian Wood before the trade deadline. Regardless, the rebuilding Rockets are expected to give their rookie center more looks during the second half of the season.
Houston Rockets center Alperen Sengun (ankle) is expected to miss the next three games. That is not good news with Christian Wood (suspension) and Usman Garuba (COVID-19) unavailable on Monday. That means, Daniel Theis, Jae'Sean Tate and Kenyon Martin Jr. will be asked to play significant minutes. Tate has the most upside out of the three and is worth a look as a streaming option with the Rockets shorthanded. Fantasy managers should hold Sengun through the injury. His upside outweighs him missing a few games.
Houston Rockets center Alperen Sengun (ankle) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Denver Nuggets. He was forced to exit early during Friday's game due to a right ankle sprain. The Rockets will unsurprisingly have their young center sit out the second leg of the back-to-back set. His next chance to get back on the court would be Monday against the Philadelphia 76ers. Both Kenyon Martin Jr. and Daniel Theis should see increased roles with Sengun sidelined. However, neither are great fantasy options. Martin does have some low-end streaming appeal.