Khyri Thomas Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 210 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/8/1996 (25)
Khyri Thomas Last 10 Games
Khyri Thomas News
Houston Rockets forward Khyri Thomas (Achilles) has avoided any major issues, according to head coach Stephen Silas. The organization had Thomas undergo an MRI, but it didn't reveal any severe damage. That is great news for Houston after signing Thomas to a multi-year deal earlier this week. His performance over the last few weeks should be taken with a grain of salt. It's the end of the regular season where plenty of non-regulars get significant playing time. It remains to be seen how big of a role he'll have in the rotation next season.
Houston Rockets shooting guard Khyri Thomas (Achilles) has been ruled out for Sunday's season finale against Atlanta due to a sore right Achilles. Thomas has been a late-season fantasy breakout since joining the Rockets, earning himself a multi-year deal after averaging 16.4 points and 5.0 assists across five contests. Houston's injury report for Game 72 is overwhelming, with all active bodies solid DFS selections due to the team's limited depth; in the backcourt, Jae'sean Tate and Armoni Brooks stand to see increased offensive roles with Thomas on the sidelines. Stay tuned during the off-season to see how the Rockets' depth chart for 2021-22 shakes out.
Houston Rockets forward Khyri Thomas is reportedly signing a multi-year extension with the organization. He signed a 10-day deal with the team last week, but has played his way into their long term plans. Thomas is averaging 16.3 points, 5.0 assists, 3.8 rebounds, 2.3 steals, and 0.8 blocks in 30.8 minutes in four games. It's the end of the season on a tanking team, so his stats should be taken with a grain of salt. This is also an extremely small sample size for Thomas. Despite that, he should see significant minutes over the final few games, which will make him an interesting DFS option. Although, it's unlikely he gets this kind of playing time in Houston next season.
The Detroit Pistons have sent two future second-round picks to the Philadelphia 76ers for the 38th overall pick of the 2018 NBA Draft, Creighton guard Khyri Thomas. Thomas was the Big East Defensive Player of the Year his last year at Creighton and is projected to become a three-and-D player in the NBA. Thomas is a great spot-up shooter but struggles to create on the open floor. Thomas will look to earn the trust of new Pistons head coach Dwane Casey, who has been open to playing his young talent in his years with the Toronto Raptors.