Malachi Flynn Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 185 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/10/1998 (25)
- San Diego State
Malachi Flynn Last 10 Games
Malachi Flynn News
New York Knicks guard Malachi Flynn (ankle) has been dealing with an ankle sprain since his last game in Toronto on December 29. After being part of the trade that sent OG Anunoby to the Knicks, Flynn has yet to play, so his role on his new team is unclear at the moment. Flynn was only getting 15.3 minutes per contest on a rebuilding Raptors team, so it doesn't seem likely that he would get a bigger role. He also hasn't been on the fantasy radar as he's posted 5.1 points, 2.4 assists, 2.1 rebounds, and 1.1 turnovers per game while shooting 40.9% from the floor. If he's upgraded to active, fantasy managers should hold off on adding him to any lineups until we find out his role and how many minutes he's going to get.
New York Knicks point guard Malachi Flynn (ankle) won't make his team debut on Monday versus Minnesota. He's on the injury report with a right ankle sprain. Flynn will provide some point guard depth behind Jalen Brunson in New York, but he isn't expected to play a large role. Meanwhile, OG Anunoby and Precious Achiuwa, who also came over in the trade with Toronto last week, aren't on the injury report, which suggests that they are available to make their Knicks debuts against the Timberwolves.
Toronto Raptors guard Malachi Flynn (cheek) underwent a procedure to repair a cheekbone fracture he suffered during Sunday's game against the Jazz. The 24-year-old averaged only 4.3 points, 1.6 assists, and 1.4 rebounds last season. However, he is expected to see routine minutes in 2022-23 behind Fred VanVleet, so his statistical contributions should increase. Still, he shouldn't draw much interest from managers heading into the 2022-23 campaign, and his career 32.6% shooting from deep will hurt his value in category formats. With that said, Flynn should be ready to start the year. However, Dalano Banton will see an expanded role if he isn't.
Toronto Raptors point guard Malachi Flynn (hamstring) will be active for Sunday's game against the Miami Heat. This will mark his first action since March 4. The second-year pro has been sidelined with a left hamstring strain. He was playing great prior to the injury, filling in as the team's starting point guard with Fred VanVleet injured. Now that FVV is back, Flynn will take on a bench role. Flynn will likely only see around 10 minutes or so per game while FVV is healthy, making him not worthy of fantasy consideration for now.