Trey Burke Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 185 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/12/1992 (30)
Trey Burke Last 10 Games
Trey Burke News
Dallas Mavericks guard Trey Burke will remain out on Friday when the team takes on the Washington Wizards. Burke entered the league's health and safety protocols earlier this week after he failed to take his daily COVID-19 test. Friday's contest will be his third consecutive missed game. Burke's playing time has been spotty lately, so his absence hasn't meant a ton to the team. His next chance to return will be on Sunday against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Dallas Mavericks guard Trey Burke has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Los Angeles Lakers. He'll join teammate Sterling Brown in the league's health and safety protocols. Neither player has a huge impact on the rotation, but hopefully this won't spread to the rest of the team. Burke has been battling an illness lately and played four minutes during Sunday's game against the Utah Jazz. Jalen Brunson and Spencer Dinwiddie should see slightly more minutes with Burke and Brown out on Tuesday.
Dallas Mavericks guard Trey Burke (shoulder) will play against the visiting Sacramento Kings on Saturday. The veteran missed his previous six games because of a left shoulder sprain. However, his return couldn't come at a better time, primarily since the Mavs will be without Luka Doncic (toe), who is sidelined because of a left toe sprain, and Maxi Kleber (ankle). While Jalen Brunson and Spencer Dinwiddie will likely handle most of the work out of the backcourt, there is plenty of room for Burke to be involved, making him a viable option in seasonal and DFS formats.
Dallas Mavericks guards Trey Burke (shoulder) and Frank Ntilikina (ankle) have been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Golden State Warriors. Burke is dealing with a left shoulder sprain while Ntilikina has a right ankle sprain. Both players have been phased out of the rotation lately as Spencer Dinwiddie has been the team's primary guard off the bench, backing up Luka Doncic and Jalen Brunson. Josh Green has been the only other guard who has seen regular playing time lately.