Jeremy Lamb Stats
- Height / Weight
- 77 / 180 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/30/1992 (29)
Jeremy Lamb Last 10 Games
Jeremy Lamb News
Indiana Pacers shooting guards/small forwards Jeremy Lamb (wrist) and Justin Holiday (ankle) are both expected to take the floor for Wednesday's season opener against Charlotte, per head coach Rick Carlisle. The presence of the duo on the wing serves as a significant boost to a team that is without Caris LeVert (back) and T.J. Warren (foot) to begin the year. Lamb has been hampered by ailments during his tenure with the Pacers, but he continues to hold sizable scoring upside. Holiday averaged 10.5 points per game last year, while remaining a menace on the defensive end of the court. Both have appeal in medium-sized or larger season-long formats, especially while Levert and Warren remain out of the mix.
Indiana Pacers guard/forwards Jeremy Lamb (wrist) and Justin Holiday (ankle) are both questionable to play Wednesday against the Charlotte Hornets. The Pacers will already be without Caris LeVert (back) and T.J. Warren (foot) so if Lamb and/or Holiday can't go, they may be slim on the wing. If either are unable to play, T.J. McConnell and Torrey Craig will likely pick up extra minutes.
Indiana Pacers guard Jeremy Lamb has drawn plenty of interest from several teams throughout the league. However, the favorites to acquire Lamb's services are the Lakers and Hornets, a franchise he is quite familiar with, having played four seasons between 2015-19. However, the 29-year-old has battled health issues throughout the years, tearing his ACL during the 2020 campaign while missing the final 18 games of last season with a knee injury. Nonetheless, the veteran's fantasy appeal is limited, although there could be times moving ahead where he gets an enhanced role somewhere, depending on where he is playing in October.
Indiana Pacers guard Jeremy Lamb (knee) will remain out of the lineup on Thursday against the Milwaukee Bucks. The veteran continues to deal with soreness in his left knee, an ailment that caused him to miss his previous 13 games. With Malcolm Brogdon (hamstring) out as well, T.J. McConnell, who had 10 points, six boards, a block, and a steal the other night against Philly, could see a potential increase in fantasy production once again. However, fantasy managers should expect Domantas Sabonis and Caris Levert to gobble up most of the chances on the offensive end.