Trey Lyles Stats
- Height / Weight
- 81 / 234 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/5/1995 (26)
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Trey Lyles News
Detroit Pistons guard Josh Jackson and forward Trey Lyles have been traded to the Sacramento Kings. This is a four-team trade that also sends forward Marvin Bagley III to Detroit. Lyles could have a role without Bagley on the roster. However, Chimezie Metu has been playing well and looks like a better fantasy option right now. Jackson will have to compete with newcomers Donte DiVincenzo, Jeremy Lamband Justin Holiday for playing time. At best, Jackson and Lyles are watch-list candidates in deeper leagues.
Detroit Pistons power forward/center Trey Lyles is joining his fourth franchise ahead of his seventh NBA season. Now with the Pistons, Lyles, at 6-foot-9, could see additional minutes in the frontcourt while manning the center position, per head coach Dwane Casey. Isaiah Stewart stands to see the bulk of minutes at the five, while Kelly Olynyk was also brought aboard in free agency. Detroit's deep frontcourt group -- and Lyles' career-low 5.0 PPG average last year -- will likely keep him from being selected in many season-long formats, but he's a name to keep in consideration for early-season DFS contests should either Stewart or Olynyk be deemed unavailable on a given night.
San Antonio Spurs forward Trey Lyles (ankle) is listed as questionable for Wednesday's play-in matchup against the Memphis Grizzlies. He has not suited up since late March, but this is a must-win game for both teams. Lyles might decide to play through the pain, but regardless he won't offer much fantasy value. His absence would likely mean more minutes for guys like Gorgui Dieng, Jakob Poeltl, and possibly Drew Eubanks. Poeltl is the best DFS option out of the three big men.
San Antonio Spurs big men Gorgui Dieng (shoulder) and Trey Lyles (ankle) remain out against the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday. This comes at no surprise as the two have not been given a timetable to return and were on the outskirts of the rotation anyways. Jakob Poeltl and Keldon Johnson will continue to man the starting roles while Drew Eubanks should see steady minutes off the bench.