Tyrese Haliburton Stats
- Height / Weight
- 77 / 185 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/29/2000 (21)
- Iowa State
Tyrese Haliburton Last 10 Games
Tyrese Haliburton News
Sacramento Kings guard Tyrese Haliburton has reportedly bulked up this offseason. The sophomore guard has added 10 pounds of muscle, which may come in handy for an 82-game regular-season grind. The former Iowa State Cyclone had a fantastic inaugural year, averaging 13 points and 5.3 assists while shooting nearly 41 percent from deep. However, a knee injury derailed the 2020 first-round pick's season, relegating him to only 58 games as a result. Nonetheless, it appears as if Haliburton is committed to improving. As long as he can remain healthy, he is a candidate to surpass his ADP in upcoming fantasy drafts for the 2021-22 campaign.
Sacramento Kings guard Tyrese Haliburton (knee) is likely done for the season. The rookie left Sunday's matchup against Dallas after he suffered a left knee injury. Although an MRI revealed no ligament damage and he won't require surgery, the team will keep him on the shelf. The 21-year-old had an efficient inaugural campaign, averaging 13 points, 5.3 assists, and 1.3 steals while shooting an impressive 40.9 percent from deep. Look for Delon Wright to take on an increased role until the end of the season without Haliburton in the lineup.
Sacramento Kings point guard Tyrese Haliburton posted his fourth double-double of the season in Monday's win over the Mavericks, notching 14 points and 10 assists with five rebounds and three steals. He finished with 6-for-16 shooting from the field as he had a rough night from downtown, going 2-for-9 with the three-ball. The rookie guard is back among the starters, and he gets to test himself in a very tough matchup against Utah next. The Jazz are giving up the second-fewest points in the league to point guards this season, and they are allowing only 7.6 assists per 48 minutes to the position, which is also among the lowest marks in the league.
Sacramento Kings point guard Tyrese Haliburton had a very good performance against Stephen Curry and the Warriors on Sunday, finishing a 117-113 loss with 24 points and eight assists. He gave up the ball just once in 37 minutes while shooting 10-for-20 from the field. His triples didn't fall well as he went 2-for-7 from outside, but the rookie also contributed with one steal. With De'Aaron Fox (health and safety protocols) ruled out for up to two weeks, Haliburton is ready to roll again. He'll be back in action on Monday against the Mavericks. Dallas limited Haliburton to just three points in this season's first meeting, but the 21-year-old played only 16 minutes off the bench, and he should come through with a much better performance this time around.