Damion Lee Stats
- Height / Weight
- 77 / 203 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/21/1992 (29)
Damion Lee Last 10 Games
Damion Lee News
Golden State Warriors shooting guard Damion Lee became the team's third player in health and safety protocols on Wednesday, joining Jordan Poole and Andrew Wiggins. This is a bummer for the 29-year-old, as he had just started to soak up extra minutes and performed well with Poole and Wiggins out of the picture. The Warriors have snapped up Quinndary Weatherspoon on a 10-day deal to make up the numbers, and the Mississippi State product could find himself logging heavy minutes straight away on Thursday against Memphis.
Golden State Warriors shooting guard Damion Lee (personal) and small forward Andre Iguodala (hip) have both been ruled out for Tuesday's game against Phoenix. Lee's absence will reach three games, but it is anticipated to cease there, with the high-energy guard slated to return to action Friday in the rematch vs. the Suns. Iguodala hasn't suited up in two weeks, with his hip issue not nearing an imminent resolution. Neither player currently has much of a path to season-long fantasy relevance in their bench roles, particularly with the return of Klay Thompson (Achilles) not far off.
Golden State Warriors guard Damion Lee (personal) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers. He started off hot to begin the season, but Lee has cooled down recently. Otto Porter Jr. and Juan Toscano-Anderson are likely going to be asked to split up the minutes with Lee sidelined on Friday. Also, Jonathan Kuminga could see more minutes as well. Porter has been shooting well recently and might be the best streaming option out of the three for Friday.
Golden State Warriors guard Damion Lee (hip) will return for Sunday's game against the Charlotte Hornets. He missed each of the last two games while dealing with a minor hip issue. Lee could be someone worth considering as a streaming option in deep leagues for Sunday. His return should mean less minutes for Otto Porter Jr. and Andre Iguodala, but neither of them had much fantasy value with increased minutes anyway.