Grant Williams Stats
- Height / Weight
- 78 / 236 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/30/1998 (24)
Grant Williams Last 10 Games
Grant Williams News
Boston Celtics forward Grant Williams (illness) is probable for Wednesday's meeting against Indiana. The 24-year-old got the start for Jayson Tatum (personal) on Sunday versus Orlando, logging 14 points, six rebounds, and three assists in 31 minutes. However, with Tatum expected back, Williams would return to his usual role from the bench, so his fantasy upside will be limited.
Boston Celtics forward Grant Williams could have an even bigger role this season. With Danilo Gallinari (knee) recently tearing his ACL, the door is open for Williams to benefit on the fantasy end. The 23-year-old played well last season. However, he picked things up throughout the postseason by averaging 8.6 points and 3.8 rebounds while shooting 39.3% from downtown. Williams is undoubtedly worth a look in deep formats, and his fantasy appeal may rise even higher if Robert Williams III misses time in 2022-23.
Boston Celtics forward Grant Williams could see an uptick in playing time to begin the season. Fellow forward Danilo Gallinari (knee) could miss some time, which means Williams is in line for more minutes. There's a chance that the Celtics move Williams over to the five spot more often next season. The team considers Williams very versatile and there should be more minutes available with Gallinari banged up. Despite that, Williams is more of a deep league option,
Boston Celtics forward Grant Williams finished with 27 points during the crucial Game 7 win over Milwaukee. The 23-year-old got the start once again for Robert Williams (knee), who didn't play despite being available. Surprisingly, Williams led both teams in scoring, thanks mainly to his mighty 7-for-18 shooting effort from deep. It's unknown how much longer Robert Williams will remain sidelined because of the knee ailment, so there's a good chance Grant Williams can continue to get minutes during the Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat. He isn't a consistent DFS producer, but as evident by his effective showing on Sunday afternoon, he can get it going from time to time.