Nicolas Batum Stats
- Height / Weight
- 81 / 230 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/14/1988 (32)
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Nicolas Batum News
Los Angeles Clippers forward Nicolas Batum (rest) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The veteran forward will sit this one out for rest purposes with the playoffs starting next week. His absence won't mean a whole lot to the Clippers rotation. Guys like Daniel Oturu, Patrick Patterson, and possibly Yogi Ferrell will see more minutes coming their way. None of them are worth a look in DFS contests on Sunday.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Nicolas Batum (concussion) is listed as questionable for Friday's meeting against Utah. The veteran has missed his previous two outings, opening the door for Serge Ibaka and Marcus Morris to see a dramatic increase in minutes. Batum is averaging 9.7 points, 1.4 steals, and shooting 45.6 percent from deep during the 2021 campaign, his best season after several unproductive years in Charlotte.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Nicolas Batum (concussion) will sit out of Wednesday's matchup against the Utah Jazz. The veteran suffered the injury during Friday's win over the Chicago Bulls and will now miss his second straight game as a result. The 32-year-old is having his best season in years, averaging nearly 10 points per outing in his first season in Los Angeles. With Batum out of the lineup, Marcus Morris, who had 32 points and went 6-for-8 from deep on Monday night while filling in, should continue to see additional minutes as a member of the starting unit.
Los Angeles Clippers small/power forward Nicolas Batum (migraine) will miss Monday's game against the Heat due to a migraine. The absence marks just the second of the year for Batum, which leaves L.A. without four of their regular starters, including Kawhi Leonard (leg), Paul George (toe), and Patrick Beverley (rest). Marcus Morris and Patrick Patterson stand to gain additional minutes in the frontcourt without Batum available. Batum's offensive contributions have been difficult to peg, but his multi-category contributions -- including a career-high 1.4 steals per contest average -- have allowed him to retain season-long appeal in deeper formats. His next chance to suit up comes Wednesday versus Utah.