Jae'Sean Tate Stats
- Height / Weight
- 76 / 230 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/28/1995 (26)
- Ohio State
Jae'Sean Tate Last 10 Games
Jae'Sean Tate News
Houston Rockets center Christian Wood (illness) and power forward Jae'Sean Tate (ankle) have been ruled out for Friday's contest against Dallas. The absence marks the third in a row for Wood and second straight for Tate, with the duo paving the way for Alperen Sengun and Kenyon Martin Jr. to see significant minutes and offensive workloads. With Wood and Tate out Wednesday, both Sengun and Martin collected double-doubles and tied for the team lead with 40 minutes played. Wood was on an offensive tear prior to going down, averaging 24.7 PPG across his past three outings, while shooting 62.2 percent overall. The next chance that he or Tate will have to take the floor comes Sunday vs. the Pelicans.
Houston Rockets point/shooting guard Dennis Schroder (ankle) and power forward Jae'Sean Tate (ankle) have been deemed questionable to take the floor for Friday's contest against Dallas. Schroder returned from a four-game absence to play 23 minutes off the bench Wednesday, which bodes well for his status moving forward. Tate was absent from that same outing, his first missed game in more than two months. Without him (and Christian Wood) in the mix, Alperen Sengun and Kenyon Martin Jr. saw substantial increases in offensive opportunities, with both logging double-doubles. DFS managers will want to check back for the final word on the Rockets' injury report before finalizing any lineups Friday.
The Houston Rockets will be without center Christian Wood (illness) and forward Jae'Sean Tate (ankle) for Wednesday's game against the Los Angeles Lakers. This will be Wood's second game out due to an illness. Tate, meanwhile, will miss his first game due to left ankle soreness. We should see Alperen Sengun and Kenyon Martin Jr. earn some extra opportunities on Wednesday. Sengun in particular is an intriguing streaming option or DFS play. He went for 13 points and eight boards over 30 minutes in Monday's game.
Houston Rockets center Christian Wood (illness) and power forward Jae'Sean Tate (ankle) have been deemed questionable to suit up for Wednesday's game vs. the Lakers. Wood missed Monday's outing due an illness, having previously ripped off double-doubles in two straight contests. Tate has been a staple of Houston's starting five, but he has seen his minutes dip over the past five games (21.4 on a nightly basis), damaging his fantasy appeal. Alperen Sengun and Kenyon Martin Jr. would both stand for elevated roles if either Wood or Tate is ultimately held out, while Kevin Porter Jr. and Jalen Green could see even more offensive usage funneled in their direction if Wood remains sidelined. Check back prior to tip-off to get word on the banged up Rockets.