T.J. Warren Stats
- Height / Weight
- 80 / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/5/1993 (28)
- North Carolina State
T.J. Warren Last 10 Games
T.J. Warren News
Indiana Pacers guard T.J. Warren (foot) remains out indefinitely. The veteran continues to rehab after having surgery back in January to repair a stress fracture in his left foot. With Warren's recent efforts to make it back to the court not going so well, likely, he may not be back in the lineup for months, if not longer. Still, for managers in deeper formats, the 28-year-old certainly is worthy of a stash, primarily since he has picked it up on the scoring end over the years. However, his health is always in question, which is certainly something to think about moving ahead.
Indiana Pacers forward T. J. Warren (foot) is back with the team on Monday for the first time since undergoing successful surgery on his foot back on January 5th. Warren is still out indefinitely and does not have any timetable on his return, but this is a big step in his recovery. The next step would be if he is able to practice with the team, but until then Justin Holiday, Jeremy Lamb and Doug McDermott (knee) figure to see most of the run on the wing.
Indiana Pacers forward T.J. Warren (foot) underwent successful surgery earlier this week, according to head coach Nate Bjorkgren. The Pacers have not given a timetable for his return, so expect Warren to be out for the foreseeable future. Fantasy managers can go away and stash him on the I.R. spot if available. Justin Holiday could end up benefiting the most in the loss of Warren.
Indiana Pacers forward T.J. Warren (foot) will undergo surgery to repair a stress fracture in his left foot. Warren, who was already dealing with plantar fasciitis, will be out indefinitely after the surgery. This is a huge blow to Warren and the Pacers after their 4-1 start to the season. It's safe to say Warren could be out for months and can be dropped if your team does not have an IR spot. Aaron Holiday and Justin Holiday will likely be the next men up in replacing Warren in the starting lineup. Both are worth a speculative add in deeper leagues, but managers may want to take a wait-and-see approach.