Sterling Brown Stats
- Height / Weight
- 77 / 219 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/10/1995 (26)
Sterling Brown Last 10 Games
Sterling Brown News
Houston Rockets guard Sterling Brown (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Orlando Magic. He has missed a week straight of action and it's uncertain when he'll get back on the court. His absence will mean more playing time for Avery Bradley and Armoni Brooks. Neither of them are valuable fantasy options, but Bradley does have some upside because of his defensive ability.
Houston Rockets shooting guard/small forward Sterling Brown has catapulted back into the starting five for Monday's game against Toronto. Brown had been bounced back to the second unit over the past two contests, but the absence of Victor Oladipo (rest) on the second leg of a back-to-back paves the way for Brown to become a significant DFS factor. When starting this season, Brown has averaged just shy of 34 minutes per contest, allowing him to compile 10.6 points and 5.7 boards in those outings. With Oladipo and Kevin Porter Jr. (quad) in the mix moving forward, Brown is not a reliable season-long asset at this stage.
Houston Rockets guard Sterling Brown (leg) is available for Wednesday's game against the Phoenix Suns. He has missed each of the last two games due to a leg issue. Brown was playing well for the shorthanded Rockets before getting injured. However, newly acquired Victor Oladipo is sliding into the rotation now. Brown is expected to see his minutes reduced and he probably won't have great streaming appeal while Oladipo is healthy.
Houston Rockets shooting guard/small forward Sterling Brown (leg) has been deemed unavailable for Monday's contest versus the Bulls due to a leg injury. His absence has left the Rockets' backcourt and wing thinner than anticipated, as John Wall (knee) and Danuel House Jr. (health protocols) have been ruled out as well. Despite an uptick in usage in the days following the James Harden trade, Brown isn't expected to carry a relevant fantasy role moving forward. Despite that, his next chance to suit up comes Wednesday against Phoenix.