James Wiseman Stats
- Height / Weight
- 84 / 258 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/31/2001 (21)
James Wiseman Last 10 Games
James Wiseman News
Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman put together a solid performance during the Summer League finale on Sunday. The young center finished with 11 points, six rebounds, and two assists in 19 minutes. This game marked the fourth straight contest that Wiseman has been able to suit up. That is the most contests Wiseman has played in a row since early in his rookie campaign. The Warriors are likely going to be cautious with the young center early in the season. However, Wiseman could turn into a reliable fantasy option, assuming he can actually stay healthy.
Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman finished with 14 points in the loss to OKC in Las Vegas on Friday night. As expected, the big man logged just over 20 minutes. He went 4-for-6 from the field, draining his lone attempt from deep while adding seven boards, two assists, and a block. Throughout Summer Leauge, the 2020 No. 2 overall pick has proven he's healthy and ready to go in 2022-23 after missing over a year due to a knee injury. Although Kevon Looney is still in the picture, Wiseman should offer plenty of upside for fantasy managers during the regular season.
Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman finished with six points on 3-for-9 shooting during the loss to Boston in Las Vegas on Tuesday. While his scoring output was discouraging, he made up for it by adding seven rebounds and three blocks. Wiseman continues to find his rhythm after missing so much time because of a meniscus tear. He needs to calm down a bit to avoid getting into foul trouble, and it would be reassuring for fantasy managers if he receives more minutes in each of the remaining Summer League games. However, the 21-year-old appears to be trending in the right direction.
Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman (knee) had 11 points on an efficient 5-for-7 from the field during the Summer League win over San Antonio. He added two rebounds and two blocks, although he also had three turnovers and found himself in foul trouble. Nonetheless, considering the 21-year-old hasn't played in well over a year due to a meniscus tear, it was a solid showing across his 20 minutes of work. It's unknown if Wiseman will return to the floor in Las Vegas. However, he probably won't receive much work if he does, as the Dubs may remain cautious with the 2020 No. 2 overall pick.