Hassan Whiteside Stats
- Height / Weight
- 84 / 265 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/13/1989 (33)
Hassan Whiteside Last 10 Games
Hassan Whiteside News
Utah Jazz center Hassan Whiteside (foot) was able to make his return to the court on Saturday versus the Golden State Warriors. The big man had missed four games prior to that due to a minor bone spur fracture. Whiteside didn't offer much in terms of fantasy production during Saturday's loss. He finished with two points, two rebounds, and one block in 10 minutes. To be fair, it was his first game back and fantasy managers shouldn't expect too much when he's behind Rudy Gobert. Whiteside will have a better matchup on Tuesday versus Memphis, but remains a shaky fantasy option in all formats.
Utah Jazz center Hassan Whiteside (foot) will miss his fourth straight game on Thursday when the team faces the Los Angeles Lakers. Whiteside is currently hampered by a right foot sprain. The Jazz signed Greg Monroe to a 10-day contract to help fill in for the injured Whiteside. Monroe logged 10 minutes in his Jazz debut on Tuesday and came up with four points and two boards. Meanwhile, Rudy Gobert logged 38 minutes on Tuesday and racked up nine points, 16 boards and three blocks. Based on the Monroe signing, it seems likely that Whiteside is still about a week or so away from returning.
Utah Jazz center Hassan Whiteside (foot) has been listed as questionable to take the floor for Friday's game vs. Charlotte due to a sprained right foot. Whiteside's fantasy appeal is directly tied to that of Rudy Gobert, as the 32-year-old currently doesn't receive a high enough minutes share to justify a roster spot in season-long or DFS contests. If Whiteside is ultimately held out, Gobert could receive a handful of additional minutes, while Eric Paschall is an option to serve as a small ball center. Per DraftKings' scoring, the Hornets are yielding the second-most DFS points on a nightly basis to opposing centers.
Utah Jazz center Hassan Whiteside (illness) is available for Sunday's clash against the Knicks. The veteran didn't suit up during Utah's previous outing against the Los Angeles Clippers because of a non-COVID-19 related sickness. However, Whiteside will be back in the support role behind Rudy Gobert, and while he doesn't play a ton, he still has one of the highest fantasy point-per-minute averages this season, so he should remain on the radar.