Recent Games

date min
Total Rebounds
Total Assists
Fantasy Points
Dec 1, 2023 20 6 2 3 14
Nov 29, 2023 27 14 4 9 35
Nov 26, 2023 20 12 2 4 22
Nov 24, 2023 22 17 2 1 21
Nov 22, 2023 16 7 1 2 10

Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Minutes Per Game
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Rebounds Per Game
Blocks Per Game
Steals Per Game
2023 17317.3 19.0 9.7 3.1 2.0 0.1 0.5
2022 27410.1 12.5 5.6 1.7 1.5 0.2 0.3
2021 59022.7 24.5 12.0 4.0 3.0 0.5 0.9
3y Avg. 71120.9 22.1 11.7 3.5 2.4 0.4 0.8
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Fantasy News

  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Ruled out Saturday

    Rose (ankle) will not play in Saturday's game against the Suns, Michael Wallace of the Grizzlies' official site reports. Saturday's game is the second leg of a back-to-back set, and Rose played 20 minutes Friday versus the Mavericks. With Rose getting the night off, Jacob Gilyard will likely replace him in the first unit.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Deemed doubtful

    Rose has been given a doubtful designation for Saturday's game against Suns due to a left ankle sprain. Rose is seemingly trending toward sitting out this contest, but that will not be confirmed until closer to game time. Should that be the case, Jacob Gilyard will be the likely candidate to replace him at point guard.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Has vintage performance

    Rose closed Wednesday's 105-91 victory over Utah with 14 points (7-11 FG, 0-3 3Pt), four rebounds and nine assists in 27 minutes. Rose excelled in his first start of the year, posting season highs in minutes and assists. The veteran guard also missed just one of his eight attempts from inside the arc. With Ja Morant (suspension) and Marcus Smart (foot) out for an extended period, Rose could continue to see an increased role in Memphis' offense.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Gets starting nod

    Rose is in the starting five for Wednesday's game versus Utah, Damichael Cole of The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports. Rose will replace Jacob Gilyard in the starting lineup Wednesday. Rose has yet to play over 22 minutes in a game this season, but the veteran guard could see a boost in his playing time after being inserted into the starting unit.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Scores 17 points in loss

    Rose had 17 points (8-9 FG, 1-1 3Pt), two rebounds, one assist and one steal over 22 minutes during Friday's 110-89 loss to Phoenix. Rose was nearly perfect from the field, and while he's not expected to jump into a starting role any time soon, he showed he can remain a productive player when given enough chances. Ultimately, though, Rose's limited role means he can't be trusted in fantasy unless he starts logging more minutes on a regular basis.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Good to go against Houston

    Rose (rest) isn't on the injury report for Wednesday's game versus the Rockets. Rose will return to action Wednesday after missing the second leg of a back-to-back set Sunday against the Celtics due to left knee injury maintenance. The veteran guard put an end to a seven-game absence Saturday, when he played 14 minutes in a 120-108 win over the Spurs. Even if he continues to play off of the Grizzlies' second unit, Rose could still be in store for an uptick in minutes moving forward while Ja Morant (suspension) remains out and while six other players are out indefinitely with injuries.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Won't play Sunday

    Rose won't play Sunday against the Celtics due to left knee injury maintenance. Rose returned to action Saturday following a seven-game absence due to a knee injury and posted nine points (3-4 FG), one rebound and one assist in 14 minutes during a 120-108 win over San Antonio. However, the veteran will take a seat for the second half of Memphis' weekend back-to-back set. Memphis is banged up at the moment, so Jacob Gilyard, John Konchar and Ziaire Williams are all candidates for increased roles.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Available to face Spurs

    Rose (knee) is available to face the Spurs on Saturday. The veteran floor general is clearly not the player he once was, but he can add depth to a backcourt that's missing Ja Morant (suspension) and Marcus Smart (foot). It's unclear whether Rose will start or not, but if he doesn't, he should see minutes off the bench -- though not enough to be a valuable streaming option on DFS slates.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Iffy against San Antonio

    Rose (knee) is questionable for Saturday's game versus the Spurs. Rose hasn't played since Oct. 30 due to left knee soreness but could return to action Saturday. If the veteran guard is able to suit up, he and Jacob Gilyard will likely split point guard duties with Ja Morant (suspension), Marcus Smart (foot) and Luke Kennard (knee) all out.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Nearing return

    Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins said Thursday that Rose (knee) should return "very soon," Damichael Cole of The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports. Rose has missed Memphis' last seven games due to left knee soreness but could suit up soon. His next chance to return will be Saturday's matchup with San Antonio.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Set for multi-week absence

    Memphis announced Tuesday that Rose is week-to-week while dealing with knee soreness, Damichael Cole of The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports. Rose has missed the Grizzlies' last three games and is officially out for Wednesday's game against Miami. Jacob Gilyard has been called upon as Marcus Smart's backup, while Desmond Bane and Luke Kennard have taken on more pressure.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Out with knee soreness

    Rose will not play in Wednesday's game against the Jazz due to left knee soreness. The Grizzlies have had some tough luck in the injury department to start the season. With Rose sidelined, the Grizzlies may need players like Luke Kennard and John Konchar to step up for the second unit. Rose's next chance to play will be Friday against Portland.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Cleared for debut

    Rose (rest) is off the injury report for Wednesday's season opener against the Pelicans. Rose and Luke Kennard are the only traditional guards off Memphis' bench, and both could be busy while Ja Morant serves his 25-game suspension. The 35-year-old Rose's usage will likely be capped to keep him fresh, but he profiles as little more than a veteran presence for the Grizzlies.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Sitting out Friday

    Rose (rest) will not play in Friday's preseason game against the Bucks, Damichael Cole of Memphis News reports. This is just a maintenance day for the veteran as the preseason comes to a close. With Ja Morant suspended for 25 games, Rose is likely to be the backup point guard to open the season.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Draws start Sunday

    Rose (rest) will start Sunday's preseason game against the Heat. Rose took a seat for Thursday's exhibition but will return to action Sunday and presumably play around 20-25 minutes. With Ja Morant suspended and Marcus Smart (abdomen) injured, the veteran Rose could have a sizable role to begin 2023-24.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Getting night off

    Rose will rest during Thursday's preseason game against the Hawks, Damichael Cole of Memphis News reports. There's no injury to report with several Grizzlies getting a maintenance day. Rose will be relied on early and often this season with Ja Morant serving a 25-game suspension.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Efficient in OT win

    Rose logged 13 points (6-8 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 0-1 FT) and two assists in 14 minutes during Sunday's 127-122 preseason overtime win over the Pacers. Rose signed with the Grizzlies during the offseason after spending the last two-plus years with the Knicks, and he took on a starting role in Sunday's preseason opener with Marcus Smart (abdomen) sidelined. Rose was efficient from the floor and should have an opportunity to see relatively consistent minutes early in the season while Ja Morant (suspension) is unavailable. However, Smart's abdominal issue doesn't seem to be a significant concern, so Rose will likely have to settle for a bench role when Smart returns.
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  • Grizzlies' Derrick Rose: Headed to Memphis

    Rose agreed to a deal with the Grizzlies on Friday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. The Grizzlies were in need of some point guard depth with Ja Morant suspended to open the season and Tyus Jones now in Washington. The veteran will likely back up Marcus Smart unless the Grizzlies bring in another guard, though it remains to be seen just how much Rose has left in the tank. With the Knicks last season, Rose shot 38.4 percent from the field across only 27 appearances.
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  • Derrick Rose: Set to hit free agency

    The Knicks declined Rose's $15.6 million team option Saturday and he will be an unrestricted free agent, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports. While this doesn't exclude Rose from returning to New York on a cheaper deal, it was always unlikely the Knicks would pick up his team option. The veteran point guard played just 27 games in 2022-23 and averaged 5.6 points, 1.7 assists and 1.5 rebounds in 12.5 minutes. Rose hasn't played more than 51 games since 2016-17 and is in the twilight of his career, so he will likely settle for closer to a veteran minimum if he is signed this offseason.
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  • Knicks' Derrick Rose: Gets garbage-time run Friday

    Rose played three minutes in Friday's 99-79 win over the Cavaliers in Game 3 of the first-round series, finishing with zero points (0-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt) and one assist. Rose missed four straight games late in the regular season due to an illness, but he was cleared for the final three contests. He didn't see the floor in any of those contests, nor any of the first two games of the postseason before getting the opportunity to play the final 2:30 of Friday's blowout win. The veteran guard firmly remains outside of head coach Tom Thibodeau's rotation and is unlikely to see any playing time outside of a garbage-time scenarios for the duration of the Knicks' playoff run.
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