Harrison Barnes Stats
- Height / Weight
- 80 / 225 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/30/1992 (30)
- North Carolina
Harrison Barnes Last 10 Games
Harrison Barnes News
Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes (foot) is listed as questionable for Wednesday's game against the Orlando Magic. The veteran forward has missed nearly two weeks of action due to a right foot sprain. The good news is, Barnes has been able to go through each of the last two practices. It sounds like Barnes is on track to play on Wednesday. However, fantasy managers should be mindful that Barnes could be on a minutes limit. His return could mean less minutes for Terence Davis and Chimezie Metu. Although, fantasy managers should check back on Wednesday for more information.
Sacramento Kings forwards Harrison Barnes (foot) and Maurice Harkless (knee) both were able to practice on Monday. Barnes has missed five straight games, while Harkless has missed the last four contests. Their absence has allowed Chimezie Metu to move into the starting five. Also, Marvin Bagley III has been getting extended playing time with the second unit. The Kings don't play again until Wednesday, so Barnes and Harkless have time to rest and prepare. Fantasy managers should check back on Wednesday for another update.
Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes (foot) is listed as doubtful for Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Clippers. He is expected to miss his fifth straight game while dealing with a right foot sprain. Barnes recently joined the G League roster to get some reps in. The hope is that Barnes will be able to return by early next week. In the meantime, Terence Davis and Chimezie Metu will continue getting more minutes. However, neither of them have enough upside to warrant starting in most formats.
Sacramento Kings small forward Harrison Barnes (foot) and power forward Marvin Bagley III (illness) have been ruled out for Wednesday's contest against the Clippers. Barnes' absence has been extended to four games due to a sprained right foot, while Bagley is out for a second straight contest. While interim coach Alvin Gentry has spread the minutes across the frontcourt, Chimezie Metu has been the primary beneficiary, with Tyrese Haliburton and Terence Davis also seeing increased offensive roles. Although Bagley has reentered the rotation after an early-season freeze, he has not yet merited season-long fantasy relevance in the vast majority of formats. The next chance for either he or Barnes to suit up comes Saturday in a rematch vs. LA.