John Konchar Stats
- Height / Weight
- 77 / 210 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/22/1996 (26)
- Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne
John Konchar Last 10 Games
John Konchar News
Memphis Grizzlies guard/forward John Konchar (shoulder) will play against the Jazz. The 26-year-old didn't play on Thursday versus the Sacramento Kings due to shoulder soreness. However, he is good to go and will be tasked with providing more firepower for a Grizzlies team that won't have Ja Morant (illness) on Saturday night
Memphis Grizzlies forward John Konchar (shoulder) will not play Thursday night against the Sacramento Kings. Konchar was questionable to play with shoulder soreness, but will not be able to take the court. Konchar was a popular streamer to start the season, but has since been regulated to a bench role now that Dillon Brooks is healthy. Brooks and Desmond Bane will continue to see the bulk of the minutes on the wing Thursday while David Roddy and Jake LaRavia should see more minutes off the bench.
Memphis Grizzlies guard/forward John Konchar (shoulder) is carrying a questionable tag ahead of Thursday's game against Sacramento. He is bothered by a sore left shoulder and could sit out his first game of the season. Konchar had a pair of strong outings to start the season when he rolled with the starting unit, but Dillon Brooks made his season debut in Monday's win over Brooklyn and his return is a blow for Konchar's fantasy stock. Brooks played only 24 minutes against the Nets and the team will likely want to take it easy with him, so reserves like Tyus Jones and David Roddy should benefit if Konchar can't play.
Memphis Grizzlies guard John Konchar finished with 17 points during the win over Houston. He started on Friday night, shooting 7-for-11 from the field and 3-for-6 from downtown while adding five rebounds, three steals, and one block. The 26-year-old has played well in his expanded role and has been delivering for fantasy managers at the same time. However, with Dillon Brooks (thigh) due back soon, Konchar's production may trend in the wrong direction once he moves back to the bench.