Obi Toppin Stats
- Height / Weight
- 81 / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/4/1998 (25)
Obi Toppin Last 10 Games
Obi Toppin News
Indiana Pacers forward Obi Toppin (calf) is available ahead of Thursday's game against the Sacramento Kings. The 25-year-old was questionable coming into this game after missing practice on Wednesday. Despite that, Toppin will play on Thursday and could have an increased role with Aaron Nesmith (shin) ruled out. It's worth noting that Toppin will still have to compete with Jalen Smith for playing time. Toppin should still be able to carve out decent value, but those days might be numbered with Pascal Siakam in town now.
Indiana Pacers forward Obi Toppin (calf) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against Sacramento. He couldn't practice on Wednesday due to a left calf strain, and it looks like Toppin might have to skip his first game of the season. The 25-year-old is enjoying a decent debut campaign in Indianapolis, averaging 11.6 points with 4.0 rebounds. With Pascal Siakam not yet available for the team, Jalen Smith will likely be in for a very busy night, and Jarace Walker could have a role to play, especially if Aaron Nesmith (shin) can't return to the lineup.
Indiana Pacers forward Obi Toppin (ankle) was listed on the injury report as questionable as he deals with a left ankle sprain. Ahead of their in-season tournament game on Monday night, head coach Rick Carlisle said that he expects Toppin to play as well as Tyrese Haliburton (illness). That will be two starters upgraded to active which will mean that Aaron Nesmith and Bennedict Mathurin will remain in their bench roles. Toppin has been on a hot scoring streak over the last couple of games, but he isn't much of a fantasy contributor outside of deeper leagues.
Indiana Pacers forward Obi Toppin (ankle) is considered questionable for the in-season tournament knockout game against the Boston Celtics on Monday. The 25-year-old has yet to miss a game this season but he's currently dealing with a left ankle sprain. If he's unable to suit up, Aaron Nesmith and Bennedict Mathurin would likely see the uptick in minutes while one of them would move up into the starting five. Nesmith seems to be the one that fits the role a little more than Mathurin.