Kendrick Nunn Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 8/3/1995 (26)
Kendrick Nunn Last 10 Games
Kendrick Nunn News
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kendrick Nunn (ankle) has been ruled out of Tuesday's preseason matchup against the Golden State Warriors. He is dealing with a right ankle sprain, but the severity of the injury is uncertain. This is unfortunate news considering the Lakers have already lost Talen Horton-Tucker (thumb) and Malik Monk (groin) to injuries earlier in camp. Nunn has been playing significant minutes in the preseason and that was expected to carry into the regular season. He could be someone worth monitoring late in drafts with the Lakers shorthanded right now.
Guard Kendrick Nunn has agreed to a two-year deal with the Lakers. After the Heat withdrew its qualifying offer, making the 26-year-old an unrestricted free agent, he will now head to Los Angeles to join LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, and Anthony Davis. Nunn had the potential for an enhanced role in Miami. However, after Kyle Lowry agreed to take his talents to South Beach, his ceiling came crashing down. Nonetheless, while he doesn't have much value on the fantasy end, that could change if he receives a more prominent role at some point during the year.
Miami Heat guard Kendrick Nunn was on fire against the Bucks on Saturday, shooting 13-for-18 from the field and 4-for-5 from downtown en route to a season-high 31 points. He also picked up six rebounds in a 122-108 loss with three assists, one block and one turnover. Nunn had a chance to shine due to Jimmy Butler (back) sitting out and Bam Adebayo having a shocker with only five points on 2-for-9 shooting. The 25-year-old has gone off more than a couple of times during the second half of the season, and he has a chance to do it again on Sunday against the Pistons, who haven't been competitive all season long.
Miami Heat point/shooting guards Tyler Herro (foot) and Kendrick Nunn (neck) have picked up questionable designations ahead of Wednesday's contest versus San Antonio. The duo missed Monday's game, which allowed both Goran Dragic and Gabe Vincent to reach the 30-minute plateau. Despite neither producing at a particularly high level with their increased minutes allotment, DFS managers can look to the pair again for elevated workloads should Nunn (now among the starting five) and Herro be held out again. Check back for final word prior to tip-off, but a return from either would likely scuttle much of Vincent's all-around appeal.