Cody Martin Stats
- Height / Weight
- 78 / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/28/1995 (28)
Cody Martin Last 10 Games
Cody Martin News
Charlotte Hornets guard/forward Cody Martin (knee) is considered probable for Wednesday's matchup against Atlanta. He missed a pair of games at the start of the month but has since then featured in four consecutive contests, playing very healthy minutes. So, Martin has been looking good health-wise lately and is expected to play versus the Hawks. The 28-year-old has averaged 10.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 4.3 assists in 27.5 minutes across the past four games. It's a fantasy dream matchup for Martin and the Hornets on Wednesday, as two of the worst defensive teams in the league go head to head, with Atlanta also holding a top-three spot in pace.
Charlotte Hornets guard/forward Cody Martin (knee) might be absent for a third straight game on Wednesday against Toronto. The team has listed him as questionable for the contest with a right knee contusion. Martin only made his season debut in late December, and he's struggled to put together a good stretch of games, averaging 7.2 points in 25.9 minutes with 3.2 rebounds and 3.2 assists. His absence gave Leaky Black a chance to make his first career start last time out against the Lakers, while Bryce McGowens has also benefited. However, both players have struggled to make an impact.
Charlotte Hornets guard/forward Cody Martin (groin) is listed as questionable for Wednesday's game against Sacramento. He's nursing a groin strain and could be out for a second consecutive game. Bryce McGowens took on a starter's role without Martin on Monday versus Chicago, with JT Thor and Nick Smith Jr. logging extra minutes off the bench. McGowens had a poor outing, so it wouldn't be surprising to see Hornets head coach Steve Clifford switch things up on Wednesday if Martin remains unavailable.
Charlotte Hornets forward Cody Martin will shift into the starting five ahead of Tuesday's game against the Sacramento Kings. The Hornets are going to be shorthanded for this game with Brandon Miller (hip) unable to play. As a result, Martin will move into the starting five and should see a boost in usage. He's not much of a scorer considering he has scored single digits in four of his last five games. Martin is a solid defender, so he might be able to help fantasy managers in 9-cat leagues.