Killian Hayes Stats
- Height / Weight
- 77 / 216 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/27/2001 (22)
Killian Hayes Last 10 Games
Killian Hayes News
Detroit Pistons guard Killian Hayes (illness) is regarded as probable for Thursday's matchup against Boston. Hayes has been sidelined for four games, and he's actually had the probable tag a couple of times during his absence, so it might not mean he's on track to return. Jaden Ivey has made four consecutive starts with Hayes unavailable. He's also been productive coming off the bench, but the starter's role definitely makes Ivey a more attractive fantasy piece.
Detroit Pistons guard Killian Hayes (illness) is probable for Tuesday's matchup against the Nets. The young Frenchman has missed three games with an illness. Hayes was set to return to the lineup on Saturday versus Brooklyn, but he was a late scratch. As a backcourt starter alongside Cade Cunningham, Hayes has averaged 9.1 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 4.4 assists this season. His return will likely push Jaden Ivey back to the bench, although he's had a pair of very impressive outings lately. Marcus Sasser's minutes will also take a hit.
Detroit Pistons guard Killian Hayes (illness) is probable for Thursday's game against Utah. He was out Monday versus Atlanta with an illness, and Pistons head coach Monty Williams admitted on Wednesday that Hayes isn't 100 percent, but he is apparently ready to battle through the illness on Thursday. Hayes has contributed 9.1 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 4.4 assists this season. He's been a starter in all but four games and will likely push Jaden Ivey back to the bench on Thursday. Ivey can still be productive off the pine but is definitely a riskier fantasy option as a bench performer.
Detroit Pistons guard Killian Hayes (shoulder) will now miss Sunday's meeting with the Toronto Raptors. The 22-year-old has appeared in every game for the Pistons this season. However, he's now out to tend to a left shoulder sprain. Detroit's injury report is lengthy for Sunday's contest, meaning Jaden Ivey or Marcus Sasser could be thrust into the starting lineup. That said, both men could see a noticeable increase in fantasy production regardless of their roles, so they are worth considering for 12-team leagues and up.