Kevon Looney Stats
- Height / Weight
- 81 / 250 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/6/1996 (25)
Kevon Looney Last 10 Games
Kevon Looney News
Golden State Warriors center Kevon Looney (ankle) has been cleared to return for Tuesday's game against New York, immediately reclaiming his spot in the starting lineup. Despite his starting gig, Looney is a highly unreliable fantasy asset, having scored in double figures just once during his first 21 contests to begin the year. His matchup against a stout Knicks defense takes him out of DFS punt play consideration, as he is also not likely to see a sizable workload in his first game action since Feb. 2.
Golden State Warriors center Kevon Looney (ankle) was able to suit up for practice on Monday. It sounds like Looney should be able to play on Tuesday, but he hasn't been officially cleared yet. Head coach Steve Kerr will likely start Looney, but that doesn't mean he'll hold much fantasy value. James Wiseman (wrist) is expected to return as well, so he'll see a majority of the playing time at center.
Golden State Warriors centers James Wiseman (wrist) and Kevon Looney (ankle) are ruled out for both Friday against the Orlando Magic and Saturday against the Charlotte Hornets. Wiseman has been nearing his return this week and head coach Steve Kerr hinted he could return this weekend, but that will not be the case. As for Looney, Kerr was hoping Looney would return on a later portion of the current road trip which would put his expected return sometime towards the end of next week. With Wiseman and Looney out, Draymond Green has been taking all the center minutes and putting up huge assist numbers. Green is a little banged up right now so the next best option would be Eric Paschall or Juan Toscano-Anderson.
Golden State Warriors center Kevon Looney (ankle) could return to the rotation by the end of the current road trip, according to head coach Steve Kerr. Looney has been sidelined since early February, but has been making progress during practice. He doesn't offer much fantasy value, but is much-needed depth for the Warriors. James Wiseman and Draymond Green have filled in nicely at center lately. It's unlikely Looney holds standard league value while the Warriors are fairly healthy.