Coby White Stats
- Height / Weight
- 76 / 195 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/16/2000 (21)
- North Carolina
Coby White Last 10 Games
Coby White News
Chicago Bulls guard Coby White (shoulder) has been working on gaining strength in his surgically repaired shoulder. White will miss the beginning of the regular season while rehabbing. The hope is that White will be back on the court by mid-November. White put together a strong campaign in 2020. However, his value is going to take a significant hit with the addition of Lonzo Ball. White should have some low-end value in deep leagues operating as the sixth man.
Chicago Bulls guard Coby White (shoulder) underwent successful surgery on Thursday. White injured his left shoulder while playing in a game away from the team and is scheduled to be evaluated again in four months. Not good news for the former 2019 first-round pick, who had spots of efficiency during the 2021 campaign while also spending consistent time as a starter. Although there is a good chance White will make it back to begin the year, there is also a chance he won't, depending on things go over the next few months.
Chicago Bulls point guard Coby White notched 19 points and five rebounds with five assists in Sunday's season finale against Milwaukee, shooting 6-for-13 from the field and 4-for-9 from deep in a 118-112 win. White also posted one steal and one block with four turnovers in 31 minutes. The 21-year-old had a turbulent time during his second year in the league, even spending an extended period as a bench guy. He ended up as a starter in 53 of his 68 appearances, averaging 15 points with 4.8 assists and 4.1 rebounds. Chicago badly needs him to develop into a reliable point guard who can get the rock to Zach LaVine and Nikola Vucevic.
Chicago Bulls point guard Coby White notched his fifth double-double of the campaign in Thursday's victory over Toronto, scoring 17 points and handing out 10 assists. He also had one steal with two turnovers, while shooting 7-for-12 from the field and going 3-for-7 from downtown. White fell off the map a while back, but he's come back strongly to finish the regular season in good form. He gets to face the Nets next, against whom White started the week with a 16-3-4 line. Brooklyn has the seventh-worst defensive record in the league against opposing point guards in 2020-21.