Domantas Sabonis Stats
- Height / Weight
- 83 / 240 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/3/1996 (24)
Domantas Sabonis Last 10 Games
Domantas Sabonis News
Indiana Pacers forward/center Domantas Sabonis shot a poor 3-for-12 from the field in his return game against Orlando on Friday, but he managed to put together a solid fantasy line in a 111-106 win with 16 points, 15 rebounds, six assists and two blocks. Sabonis notched most of his points at the foul line, going 9-for-12. He logged 33 minutes after missing three games with an ankle sprain. The two-time All-Star will head into a fascinating battle next, as he's set to go up against his fellow Lithuanian Jonas Valanciunas and his Memphis squad. The Grizzlies failed to deal with Sabonis in this year's first meeting when he missed just two shots all night and had 32 points with 13 rebounds and five assists.
Indiana Pacers power forward/center Domantas Sabonis (ankle) and point guard Malcolm Brogdon (hip) have both been cleared to suit up and start for Friday's game against Orlando. Sabonis had missed the previous three contests due to a sprained ankle, while Brogdon was out for four games with hip soreness. Sabonis' return is likely to bump Doug McDermott back to the second unit, while Aaron Holiday and T.J. McConnell stand to see their minutes put back in check upon Brogdon's return. Both Sabonis and Brogdon remain top-tier fantasy assets in all season-long formats.
Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon (hip) and forward/center Domantas Sabonis (ankle) are questionable to play Friday against the Orlando Magic. Both players were questionable on Wednesday with their respective ailments, but were ultimately ruled out before tip-off. They will likely end up being game-time decisions so make sure to check back before the games lock. If Brogdon is out again, Edmond Sumner will likely start while T.J. McConnell becomes a DFS target off the bench. With Sabonis hobbled, Doug McDermott would likely start again while Jeremy Lamb and the Holiday brothers should see some more minutes as well.
Indiana Pacers big men Myles Turner (ankle) and Domantas Sabonis (ankle) will both sit Wednesday against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Sabonis will miss his second straight game with an ankle sprain and has not practiced since suffering the injury. Turner also suffered an ankle sprain Tuesday night and will miss his first game with the ailment. The Pacers will be very short handed on Wednesday and will likely call on Doug McDermott and Goga Bitadze to fill the void. McDermott is worth a look as a points and threes streamer while Bitadze is a decent source of rebounds and blocks. Both will have their hands full trying to contain Karl-Anthony Towns.