Scottie Barnes Stats
- Height / Weight
- 79 / 225 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 8/1/2001 (20)
- Florida State
Scottie Barnes Last 10 Games
Scottie Barnes News
Toronto Raptors forward Scottie Barnes finished with 18 points, seven rebounds, three assists, one steal and two turnovers on 8-for-20 shooting from the field and 2-for-7 from three-point range in Thursday's 132-97 Game 6 loss against the Philadelphia 76ers. Barnes concluded his rookie season in the NBA with a solid performance despite struggling with his shot, and finishing with five fouls in the contest. Barnes took home the rookie of the year award this season and he will be a popular draft target across all fantasy formats heading into the upcoming season.
Toronto Raptors forward Scottie Barnes has been named the 2021-22 NBA Rookie of the Year, finishing ahead of Cleveland Cavaliers forward/center Evan Mobley, who was also a favorite to take home the award. Barnes, a fifth-overall pick, averaged 15.3 points, 7.5 boards, and just over a steal during his inaugural season. His shooting numbers weren't the best during the regular season, especially from deep. However, the 20-year-old is as well-rounded as it can get, so if he improves his percentages, he could conceivably make his way into the MVP conversation at some point during his career.
Toronto Raptors rookie forward Scottie Barnes (ankle) is listed as doubtful ahead of Game 4 of the team's first round series against the Philadelphia 76ers. Barnes sprained his left ankle during the first game of the series and hasn't played since. Precious Achiuwa started in Barnes' place in Game 2 and then Khem Birch filled in as the team's fifth starter in Game 3. Achiuwa wound up having a big game off the bench in Game 3, compiling 20 points and six rebounds while shooting 9-for-11 from the field. The Raptors are facing elimination in Game 4, so there's a chance we've seen the last of Barnes this season.
Toronto Raptors forward Scottie Barnes (ankle) is unlikely to play in Game 3 of the postseason matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers. The rookie was well on his way to a triple-double during the first game of the series. However, he suffered a sprained left ankle in that one and hasn't seen the floor since. Nonetheless, while anything can happen concerning Barnes' availability, fantasy managers should prepare as if he won't be out there on Wednesday. As a result, guys like Precious Achiuwa and Chris Boucher, who had 17 points, eight rebounds, and two blocks in Game 2, could continue to see an uptick in production.