Isaiah Hartenstein Stats

#55 C  |  Oklahoma City Thunder

Height / Weight 7'0"  /  250 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) May 5, 1998 (26)
Experience 5 seasons
College None

Season Stats

Career 323 17.9 6.0 5.6 1.7 0.9 0.7 59.6 68.9 31.0 1.0 2.4 0.1 1.0 17 0 5928.8

Game Log

Apr 28, 2024NYPHIC1828:14420166.70.004030016.5
Apr 30, 2024NYPHIC1626:34741150.0100.041020023.8
May 2, 2024NYPHIC11429:53922053.807030030.8
May 6, 2024NYINDC11336:01640055.6100.0100.024110026.5
May 8, 2024NYINDC11439:031281071.4100.045011044.0
May 10, 2024NYINDC1638:35851075.003010025.0
May 12, 2024NYINDC1421:39500066.70202009.2
May 14, 2024NYINDC1731:051751066.775.032010037.2
May 17, 2024NYINDC1433:03760133.3100.021010023.2
May 19, 2024NYINDC1029:4082110.000020016.0
Last 10 10 7.6 31:23 8.3 3.8 0.7 0.4 57.7 83.3 100.0 1.5 2.9 0.1 1.7 1 0 25.2

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Isaiah Hartenstein News

Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks

Isaiah Hartenstein "Increasingly Unlikely" To Remain With Knicks

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein has been heavily linked with a move elsewhere, and it's beginning to look like the team won't be able to hang on to him. Following the Knicks' big trade for Mikal Bridges, NBA insider Ian Begley reported that sources have told him it's become "increasingly unlikely" that the Knicks will be able to retain Hartenstein. The 26-year-old big man is expected to be a "top" target for several teams in free agency. With Mitchell Robinson reportedly on the trade block, New York's center rotation could be very different in 2024-25.
Jun 26   
Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks

Isaiah Hartenstein Drawing Interest From Several Teams

According to Michael Scotto of, impending free-agent forward/center Isaiah Hartenstein is drawing interest from more teams. While OKC has been rumored to covet his services, Scotto, citing league sources, reported the Orlando Magic could be a team to watch this summer. The 26-year-old drew 49 starts for New York during the 2023-24 campaign, averaging 8.7 points, 9.4 rebounds, 1.3 steals, and 1.2 blocks. He was also instrumental in helping the Knicks advance deep into the postseason. But New York likely won't be able to afford to keep Hartenstein on the roster, meaning Orlando, a team with plenty of cap space this summer, could make him a strong offer.
Jun 15   
Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks

Thunder Seen As "Top Threat" To Pry Isaiah Hartenstein Away From New York

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein has been strongly linked with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Sources have told Stefan Pondy of The New York Post that the Thunder are the "top threat" to pry Hartenstein away from New York. The 26-year-old is heading toward unrestricted free agency and is expected to get a big contract. A recent report suggested that teams are willing to offer as much as $80-100 million for his services. Meanwhile, the Knicks are limited to a maximum offer of four years, $72.5 million. Hartenstein would provide a big boost to the Thunder's rebounding ability after the team posted the fourth-lowest rebounding rate in the league this season.
Jun 11   
Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks

Isaiah Hartenstein Could Command Over $100 Million In Free Agency

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein is set to cash in big on a productive season this summer. According to Jake Fischer of Yahoo Sports, Hartenstein will be able to draw at least $80 million, and perhaps upward of $100 million, from a team that tries to lure him away from New York in free agency. Hartenstein, who is coming off a two-year, $16 million deal, finished 2023-24 as the Knicks' starting center and proved himself as a versatile contributor. He averaged 7.8 points, 8.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.2 steals, and 1.1 blocks in 25.3 minutes during the regular season.
Jun 3   
Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks

Isaiah Hartenstein Achieves Rare Feat With 12 Offensive Rebounds

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein had a historic outing in Tuesday's 121-91 win over the Pacers. He tied Charles Oakley's franchise record and became only the ninth player in NBA playoffs history to record 12-plus offensive rebounds in a game. Hartenstein added five boards on the defensive end, finishing with a big 17-rebound outing in just 31 minutes. He scored seven points on 2-for-3 shooting and recorded five assists with one block. The seven-footer has taken major steps as a playmaker in the series against Indiana, notching five-plus assists in three of the last four games. Hartenstein has done a good job this postseason as Mitchell Robinson's (ankle) replacement in the starting unit, averaging 9.6 points and 7.9 rebounds in 29.5 minutes.
May 15   
Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks

Isaiah Hartenstein Good To Go For Game 5

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein (shoulder) isn't on the injury report for Tuesday's Game 5 against the Pacers. He hurt his shoulder in Game 4 on Sunday, logging only 22 minutes. However, the Knicks will be delighted to know that Hartenstein won't have to sit out Tuesday's action. The 26-year-old has played a vital role for the team in the playoffs due to Mitchell Robinson's (ankle) injury. Through 10 playoff appearances, Hartenstein has averaged 9.9 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.3 assists, and 1.0 blocks in 29.4 minutes.
May 13   
Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks

Isaiah Hartenstein Injured In Game 4

New York Knicks forward/center Isaiah Hartenstein (shoulder) finished with five boards and four points in Sunday's blowout loss to the Indiana Pacers. The Knicks struggled in Game 4, with Jalen Brunson the only starter to reach double figures on the scoring end. However, and more importantly, Harteinstein indicated after the loss that he may have pinched a nerve in his shoulder. This is concerning, considering the team is without Mitchell Robinson (ankle), OG Anunoby (hamstring), and Bojan Bogdanovic (ankle). At any rate, Hartenstein stated X-rays were negative and that he would play in Game 5 on Tuesday night. But if he can't make it out there, Jericho Sims and Precious Achiuwa would see more action, with the latter being the more dependable DFS option.
May 13   
Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks

Isaiah Hartenstein Flirts With Triple-Double In Game 2

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein came up with a big all-around performance against the Pacers in Wednesday's Game 2, finishing a 130-121 win with 14 points, 12 rebounds, eight assists, and one block. The 26-year-old big man, who averages 1.7 dimes for his career, came very close to a triple-double as he led his team in assists. Despite the narrow miss, Hartenstein should be extremely happy with his contributions in Game 2, and he at least got to celebrate his first double-double of the playoffs. There should be plenty more of those to come for Hartenstein after Mitchell Robinson (ankle) landed on the shelf.
May 9   
Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks

Isaiah Hartenstein Sitting On Friday

New York Knicks forward/center Isaiah Hartenstein (Achilles) won't play on Friday against the Nets. He had a double-double with six assists and two blocks in Thursday's win over the Boston Celtics. But the 25-year-old will sit this one out to rest before presumably suiting up for New York's final regular season game on Sunday. Nonetheless, without Hartenstein in the equation, Precious Achiuwa and Mitchell Robinson should split time in the middle, although the former is a much safer DFS option.
Apr 12   
Isaiah Hartenstein  • C  •  Knicks  |  Mitchell Robinson  • C  •  Knicks

Isaiah Hartenstein In, Mitchell Robinson Out On Sunday

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein (wrist) will play against the Thunder on Sunday, while fellow big Mitchell Robinson (ankle) has been ruled out. Robinson appeared to hurt his left ankle again on Friday versus San Antonio. This was only his second appearance for the Knicks since recovering from ankle surgery. Hartenstein is dealing with a right wrist sprain but has been upgraded from probable to available. He's set to play a big part once more without Robinson, while Precious Achiuwa should get a boost of playing time as well. This is a favorable matchup for the Knicks frontcourt, as Oklahoma City struggles on the glass.
Mar 31