Christian Wood Stats
- Height / Weight
- 82 / 214 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/27/1995 (26)
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Christian Wood News
Houston Rockets center Christian Wood (hamstring) has been ruled out for the rest of the regular season. The Rockets are going into full tank mode and are sitting Eric Gordon (groin) and Dennis Schroder (shoulder) as well. The loss of Wood means Alperen Sengun should continue to start and have solid streaming appeal. Kevin Porter Jr. and Jalen Green should see an increased in volume with Wood out the rest of the season.
Houston Rockets center Christian Wood (hamstring) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the San Antonio Spurs due to left hamstring tightness. His absence will lead to a golden opportunity for rookie center Alperen Sengun. The rookie is coming off of a fantastic game in which he backed up Wood and compiled 27 points and seven boards over 26 minutes. He should be in the starting five for Monday's contest and he's a great streaming or DFS target. Wood has seen 30.5 minutes per game in March during games he's suited up for. Expect additional missed games for the veteran down the stretch as the Rockets are certainly playing for the lottery and have no need to press Wood.
Houston Rockets center Christian Wood delivered the best offensive performance of his career during Monday's victory over the Wizards, setting new career bests with eight made triples and 39 points. Wood was enormously efficient, shooting 14-for-18 overall, snagging 10 rebounds as well, to give him 31 double-doubles on the year. While Wood's scoring average has dipped slightly from last season, he is pulling down 10.2 boards per outing, putting him on pace for a career high. He figures to share primary option duties with Kevin Porter Jr. and Jalen Green over Houston's final 10 games, but he remains capable of offensive eruptions like Monday's when serving as the focal point.
Houston Rockets center Christian Wood had arguably his best all-around outing of the year during Friday's loss to the Pacers, as he racked up 32 points, 13 rebounds, and a career-high seven assists. Wood was tremendously efficient, as well, shooting 11-for-14 overall, including going 4-for-6 from behind the arc, marking his third game this month with four made triples. With three blocks and two steals as the cherries on top, Wood showcased his ceiling over the final weeks of the season. He gets to run it back vs. Memphis on Sunday after going for 28 points and 13 boards the last time the two teams met on March 6.