Danuel House Jr. Stats
- Height / Weight
- 78 / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/7/1993 (28)
- Texas A&M
Danuel House Jr. Last 10 Games
Danuel House Jr. News
Houston Rockets forward Danuel House Jr. (personal) was absent during Wednesday's shootaround. That means, House should be considered questionable for the season opener against Minnesota on Wednesday. He is currently away from the team following the birth of his daughter. There is still a chance that House suits up, but he wouldn't be a recommended fantasy option. As of right now, Jalen Green and Kevin Porter Jr. are really the only reliable shooters on this team.
Houston Rockets center Christian Wood (ankle) and forward Danuel House Jr. (ankle) have been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Los Angeles Lakers. Houston only has two games left on their schedule, so they have no incentive to play anyone at less than 100 percent healthy. Kelly Olynyk should benefit the most from the loss of Wood, while Jae'sean Tate, Armoni Brooks, and D.J. Augustin see more minutes in the rotation. Tate is the best fantasy option between the three.
Houston Rockets forward Danuel House Jr. (ankle) is unlikely to play on Friday against Milwaukee. The 27-year-old is on track to miss his fifth straight outing for a team that also has Jae'sean Tate (knee), Kevin Porter Jr. (ankle), Christian Wood (ankle), Kelly Olynyk (ankle), and D.J. Wilson all listed on the latest injury report. As a result, Kenyon Martin Jr. and Armoni Brooks could both be in store for expanded roles against the Bucks.
Houston Rockets small/power forward Danuel House Jr. (ankle) has earned a doubtful designation ahead of Wednesday's game versus Philadelphia due to a sore right ankle. House has missed each of the past three contests due to the ailment, having suited up for only 42 minutes of action across two outings since April 4. House's likely absence should continue to pave the way for Jae'sean Tate to remain heavily involved in the rotation, while opening the door for Kenyon Martin Jr. to keep up his recent impressive run. Even when healthy, it's unclear how much run House would get with the Rockets' current roster construction, leaving him susceptible to be left on the waiver wire in nearly all season-long formats.