Frank Mason III Stats
- Height / Weight
- 71 / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 4/3/1994 (28)
Frank Mason III Last 10 Games
Frank Mason III News
Orlando Magic point guard Frank Mason III (groin) has been ruled out for Sunday's contest versus Phoenix due to a strained right groin. Mason made one start since joining the squad as backcourt depth but recent injury to Cole Anthony (shoulder) has thrust him into a larger role when healthy. With both Mason and Anthony sidelined, Michael Carter-Williams has taken on starting PG duties. Until Mason can prove to be healthy, and to garner a significant minutes total, he is best left to the waiver wire in all season-long formats. His next chance to suit up comes Wednesday against the Knicks.
Orlando Magic point guard Frank Mason III (groin) has been ruled out for Friday's game versus Sacramento due to a strained left groin. The ailment torpedoed Mason's evening Thursday when he made his first start of the season, playing just four minutes before heading to the locker room. Since joining the Magic, Mason has been an integral member of the second unit, filling in with injuries hampering the team's backcourt depth. Michael Carter-Williams (foot) has been cleared to return Friday, so he should assume the minutes that Mason leaves on the table. Mason's next opportunity to suit up comes Sunday against the Suns.
Milwaukee Bucks guards George Hill (hamstring) and Frank Mason III (oblique) will be sidelined for Sunday's game against the Phoenix Suns. Hill is expected to miss a few games due to a left hamstring strain. The Bucks might be cautious since hamstring issues sometimes take longer than expected to heal. Eric Bledsoe will absorb some extra playing time until the Bucks get healthy. He could be a more attractive fantasy option with extended playing time.
Sacramento Kings guard Frank Mason III was 6-for-10 from the floor for 14 points in Tuesday's loss to the Nuggets, adding in a team-high seven assists plus five rebounds and a steal as well. But through four games, Mason's playing time has been impossible to predict, with a DNP against the Thunder, a five-minute showing against Utah, and then a pair of 20-plus minute outings in his other two games. He has upside, but the Kings are too much of a mess for you to trust him at this point.