Jeremiah Robinson-Earl Stats
- Height / Weight
- 81 / 230 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/3/2000 (21)
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl Last 10 Games
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl News
Oklahoma City Thunder forwards Aleksej Pokusevski (illness) and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (foot) will both be suiting up for Sunday's game against the Phoenix Suns. As strange as it is, this development has some major fantasy implications, primarily with Poku being made active. Pokusevski saw 29.1 minutes per game in March and averaged 12.2 points and 7.3 rebounds per game while attempting 11.0 field goals per game. He's a must-start player as long as you can roll the dice with field goal percentage. He's shooting 40.5% from the field on the year. Jaylen Hoard and Lindy Waters III were both great producers with Poku out on Friday, but they each take a hit with Poku being active. Waters is still a potential start if you're in a pinch, but Hoard should be avoided.
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl has landed in the league's health and safety protocols. He'll join Darius Bazley, Tre Mann, Aleksej Pokusevski and Aaron Wiggins in protocols right now. That being said, Derrick Favors, Kenrich Williams and Isaiah Roby should all see more minutes coming their way. The Thunder are shorthanded at the forward spot, but none of them are great fantasy options. All of them could have some deep league appeal, but none are must-have options while Robinson-Earl is sidelined.
Oklahoma City Thunder power forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl had a good game on Monday against Atlanta and came through with his first career double-double. He scored 13 points on 4-for-9 shooting and pulled down 10 rebounds. The 21-year-old hit 2-for-5 from downtown and added one steal, one assist and one block to his line in 32 minutes. The Villanova product has now scored 13 points in back-to-back games while picking up 18 rebounds. Robinson-Earl has rolled with the starters quite often lately and looks ready to burst onto the scene. Hopefully, he can avoid the fate of Moses Brown, who looked like an exciting prospect in Oklahoma City last season but now can't get a game in Dallas.
Oklahoma City Thunder power forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl nearly posted a double-double off the bench in Saturday's loss to Boston, scoring 13 points on 5-for-11 shooting and grabbing eight boards. He also had one assist in 27 minutes of action with 3-for-7 shooting from downtown. The 21-year-old rookie has forced his way into the rotation this month, showing plenty of upside. He's gone close to a double-double a few times now and seems to have a good eye for steals. Robinson-Earl is definitely a guy to monitor, as he could play a more prominent role during the second half of the season which will help him boost his numbers.