Kevin Huerter Stats
- Height / Weight
- 79 / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 8/27/1998 (23)
Kevin Huerter Last 10 Games
Kevin Huerter News
Atlanta Hawks forward Danilo Gallinari (Achilles) and guard Kevin Huerter (hip) are available for Sunday's game against the Charlotte Hornets. Gallinari will return after a one game absence and has been playing well lately. In fact, he's coming off four straight double-digit scoring games. That'll make him an interesting fantasy option for Sunday's slate. Bogdan Bogdanovic (knee) will remain sidelined, so Huerter should play minutes into the 30s on Sunday. That being said, he's worth a look as a streaming option since he'll get extended playing time.
Atlanta Hawks shooting guard/small forward Kevin Huerter (hip) and power forward Danilo Gallinari (Achilles) have been deemed questionable to suit up for Sunday's contest vs. Charlotte. Huerter has averaged 13 points over his last four games (all starts), shooting 40 percent from beyond the arc. Gallinari missed Friday's outing due to right Achilles soreness, which allowed Kevin Knox II to jump into the rotation. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot would likely step into the starting five if Huerter is unavailable, and thereby would see elevated DFS appeal. Fantasy managers will want to check back prior to tip-off to get the final word on who the Hawks have at their disposal.
Atlanta Hawks guard Kevin Huerter (foot) is available for Friday's game against the Miami Heat. He is dealing with a left foot contusion, but will play through the issue here. Huerter should actually have increased value now that Cam Reddish is off the roster. He should get more minutes and plenty of shots coming his way. The presence of Kevin Knox II should not impact Huerter's fantasy value. Huerter is certainly worth looking at in most formats with a new and improved role.
Atlanta Hawks shooting guard/small forward Kevin Huerter and small forward Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot have been ruled out for Thursday's game against Philadelphia after becoming the latest members of the roster to land in the league's COVID-19 health and safety protocols. The absences on the wing figure to allow Cam Reddish to see as much offensive volume as he can handle, while Skylar Mays could slot into the starting five once again. Huerter's minutes allotment makes him more conducive to season-long fantasy value at this stage, but he has scuffled from long range of late, going 2-for-15 over his last three games. Both players remain sidelined indefinitely.