Marquese Chriss Stats
- Height / Weight
- 81 / 240 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/2/1997 (25)
Marquese Chriss Last 10 Games
Marquese Chriss News
Houston Rockets forward Marquese Chriss (knee) is not expected to be ready to participate once training camp opens. The 25-year-old is still working his way back from knee surgery, which could sideline him heading into the regular season. He was traded to Houston earlier in the offseason, but isn't a great fit for this team. The Rockets have a logjam at forward, which is bad news for Chriss. It's possible he doesn't even have a role in the rotation once he's healthy. Chriss didn't bring much to the table last season, so he can be ignored heading into draft day.
The Mavericks have traded forward Marquese Chriss to Houston in exchange for Christian Wood. The Rockets are also receiving Trey Burke, Sterling Brown, Boban Marjanovic, and the No. 26 overall selection in the NBA Draft. Chriss hasn't lived up to expectations since entering the league back in 2016 and finished last season by averaging only 4.5 points and 3.0 rebounds. It's unlikely the 24-year-old will receive much work during his second stint in Houston, so unless he gets more playing time, he won't have much value for managers in any fantasy format.
Dallas Mavericks forward Marquese Chriss (knee) won't suit up against the Kings on Saturday. This is hardly a surprise, primarily since the 24-year-old has been out since mid-February because of right knee soreness. However, the Mavs will also be without Maxi Kleber (foot), who will miss his second consecutive game, so the team will unquestionably look to Dwight Powell and Davis Bertans to fill the void. Powell has a higher ceiling. Yet, Bertans can surprise managers if he can get minutes versus Sacramento, which is possible if Luka Doncic (toe), Trey Burke (shoulder), and Sterling Brown (illness) don't play.
Dallas Mavericks forward Marquese Chriss (knee) won't be in the lineup on Saturday for the rematch with the Clippers. The 24-year-old is dealing with right knee soreness, an injury that forced him to leave Thursday's game early. Chriss has averaged five points and nearly four boards per outing since joining the team, and while he doesn't play a ton, his absence should open up more minutes for Maxi Kleber and Dwight Powell, making them both a bit more relevant from a fantasy standpoint.