Precious Achiuwa Stats
- Height / Weight
- 80 / 243 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/19/1999 (24)
Precious Achiuwa Last 10 Games
Precious Achiuwa News
The Knicks acquired forward/center Precious Achiuwa from the Raptors on Saturday as part of the deal that resulted in the exchange of OG Anunoby, Immanuel Quickley, and RJ Barrett. Without question, Achiuwa has had flashes of production over the years. He averaged 9.2 points and 6.0 rebounds last season. However, he was much more productive in his 12 appearances in the starting lineup, logging 13.4 points, 9.7 rebounds, and 1.3 steals. Although the 24-year-old may continue to fight for minutes in New York, he has a better chance of getting involved on a routine basis, considering center Mitchell Robinson (ankle) won't be back this season.
Toronto Raptors forward Precious Achiuwa (knee) has been battling a handful of different ailments to start the year, the latest one being right-knee soreness, which has put him on the injury report as questionable for Friday. He has only seen around 19 minutes per contest this season when he is on the floor, so he hasn't been able to contribute to fantasy teams as much as he has over the last couple of seasons. If he remains sidelined against the Bulls, Otto Porter Jr. and Chris Boucher should see some extra minutes off of the bench.
Toronto Raptors center Precious Achiuwa (groin) will return from a five-game absence on Saturday night against Boston. He was out with a groin strain, although he had been flirting with playing over the last few games. Achiuwa has averaged 8.0 rebounds and 7.3 points in his three appearances this season, so he provides some value to fantasy managers in 12-team leagues and up. At the same time, his return will force Chris Boucher to return to the bench, meaning he should be dumped from all fantasy rosters.
Toronto Raptors forward Precious Achiuwa (groin) has missed the last five games in a row due to a groin strain that he picked up in their third game against the Philadelphia 76ers. The Memphis product is officially listed as questionable for their Saturday game against the Boston Celtics, so it seems as though he's trending in the right direction. Achiuwa is normally a good source of rebounds in deep leagues, but he's not as relevant in smaller leagues or points formats. If he does suit up, Otto Porter Jr. and Chris Boucher would likely see fewer minutes in the process.