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Feb 23, 2024 18 5 3 2 13
Feb 22, 2024 20 11 2 7 27
Feb 14, 2024 22 7 3 3 18
Feb 12, 2024 15 10 3 0 14
Feb 10, 2024 20 2 2 2 11

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2023 53713.8 16.8 7.0 2.0 2.2 0.4 1.1
2022 105917.4 21.5 9.0 3.1 2.3 0.2 1.1
2021 77214.3 15.4 6.1 2.8 1.9 0.1 1.3
3y Avg. 91515.8 18.5 7.6 2.9 2.1 0.1 1.2
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Ejected after altercation

    Alvarado was ejected from Friday's game versus Miami with 11:19 remaining in the fourth quarter. After things escalated between Jimmy Butler and Naji Marshall on the court, Alvarado got into a scrap with Thomas Bryant on the sidelines, and punches were thrown from both sides. This puts Alvarado's status for Sunday's game against Chicago in jeopardy, and that's not ideal for the Pelicans since CJ McCollum left this game with an ankle injury. Alvarado finished with five points (2-9 FG, 1-3 3Pt), three rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block in 18 minutes.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Steady presence in win

    Alvarado recorded eight points (3-7 FG, 2-5 3Pt), two rebounds, three assists and two steals across 19 minutes during Friday's 114-113 win over San Antonio. Alvarado continues to play a modest role, but he was part of New Orleans' closing lineup Friday, symbolizing the trust he has in the rotation. The 25-year-old is hitting 39.0 percent of 3.4 threes per game this season, but he rarely exceeds a 15-to-20 minute role, which best profiles him as a streaming candidate when the Pelicans are shorthanded.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Barely visible in loss

    Alvarado closed with two points (1-4 FG, 0-3 3Pt) and one assist over seven minutes during Friday's 123-109 loss to Phoenix. Alvarado played just seven minutes off the bench in the loss, a worrying trend for anyone who is hoping he can be a steals streamer. To this point, he is averaging 1.0 steals per game, logging 16.5 minutes per night. Given he has played seven and three minutes respectively in each of the past two games, his outlook is quite bleak.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Plays well in blowout

    Alvarado finished Sunday's 146-110 victory over the Spurs with 16 points (5-7 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 3-4 FT), three rebounds, four assists and one steal in 22 minutes. The Pelicans put this game away in a hurry, allowing Alvarado to feast in garbage time. In the final six minutes of the fourth quarter, Alvarado racked up nine of his 16 points to help him secure a new season-best mark. Alvarado is likely to be an inconsistent source of fantasy value as long as CJ McCollum and Dyson Daniels are healthy.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Will not play

    Alvarado (ankle) will not play in Friday's game against the Spurs. Alvarado is considered day-to-day, and his status for Saturday against the Bulls is in the air. With Alvarado sidelined, Dyson Daniels and Jordan Hawkins will hold down the fort for the second unit.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Returns after brief exit

    Alvarado (ankle) has returned to Wednesday's game against the 76ers, Will Guillory of The Athletic reports. Alvarado departed from Wednesday's game against Philadelphia after tweaking his right ankle -- the same ankle that caused him to miss nearly the first month of the season. His re-appearance Wednesday should create confidence for fantasy managers moving forward.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Questionable to return

    Alvarado is questionable to return to Wednesday's game against the 76ers due to a right ankle injury. While Alvarado still has a chance of returning to Wednesday's tilt, it's a concerning sign that the injury is to the same ankle that kept him out of the first 13 games of 2023. If he can't return, expect Dyson Daniels and Jordan Hawkins to see more action, while Kira Lewis could crack the rotation.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Set to debut Monday

    Alvarado (ankle) said that he'll play in Monday's game against the Kings, Christian Clark of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Alvarado had been listed as questionable for Monday's matchup, but he'll be able to make his season debut after missing the Pelicans' first 13 games with a right ankle sprain. He'll likely face some sort of minutes restriction during his first game back in action, but once he's fully ramped up, Alvarado could be a candidate to challenge Dyson Daniels for the starting point guard role while the Pelicans await the return or CJ McCollum, who is recovering from a collapsed right lung.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Questionable for Saturday

    Alvarado (ankle) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game versus the Timberwolves. Alvarado has yet to suit up this season due to an ankle injury. However, his status being upgraded to questionable is a good sign for his availability against Minnesota or in the near future.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Out another 1-2 weeks

    The Pelicans announced Wednesday that Alvarado (ankle) is expected to return to full team practice in 1-2 weeks. Alvarado sprained his right ankle during an offseason workout but has progressed well. He's been doing light on-court work recently, and it's encouraging that he has a timetable for full participation in practice. He may be able to return to game action shortly after, but it wouldn't be surprising if he faced some restrictions once he's cleared to return.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Doesn't practice Monday

    Alvarado (ankle) didn't participate in Monday's practice session, Christian Clark of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Alvarado sustained a right ankle sprain in late September and was forced to miss the entire preseason. Although he practiced in a limited capacity late last week and has been targeting an Opening Night return, it appears increasingly unlikely that he'll be able to suit up for Wednesday's regular-season opener in Memphis. If he misses time to begin the regular season, Dyson Daniels and Kira Lewis could see increased work.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Practices in limited capacity

    Alvarado (ankle) participated in non-contact portions of Thursday's practice session, Erin Summers of Bally Sports New Orleans reports. Alvarado missed the entire preseason due to a right ankle sprain that he sustained in late September, but the hope has been that he'd be ready for Opening Night against the Grizzlies on Oct. 25. While he'll presumably have to ramp up his intensity in practice before he's cleared to suit up, it's encouraging to at least see him practicing in a limited fashion.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Targeting Opening Night

    Pelicans general manager Trajan Langdon said Monday that the hope is Alvarado (ankle) will be healthy for the team's regular-season opener in Memphis on Oct. 25, Will Guillory of The Athletic reports. The point guard suffered a right ankle sprain and was given a 2-3 week timetable in late September, so it's positive to hear that he's still trending in the right direction. With CJ McCollum expected to run the point for the starting unit, Alvarado will compete with Dyson Daniels for backup minutes.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Out for 2-3 weeks

    Alvarado (ankle) is expected to return to basketball activities in approximately 2-3 weeks, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports. Alvarado suffered a right ankle sprain during an offseason workout that could keep him out for most, if not all, of the preseason. However, the third-year point guard should be healthy for the Pelicans' regular-season opener on Oct. 25 against Memphis.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Sitting out FIBA World Cup

    The Puerto Rican national team announced Thursday that Alvarado (lower leg) won't participate in the upcoming FIBA World Cup, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports. Alvarado will sit out the FIBA World Cup after the Pelicans wouldn't clear the 25-year-old guard to play in the event after he suffered a stress reaction in his right tibia in late February, which kept him sidelined for New Orleans' final 20 games of the 2022-23 season. According to Puerto Rico's general manager, former NBA guard Carlos Arroyo, Alvarado underwent an MRI earlier in July that revealed he hadn't fully healed from the injury. Alvarado's absence from the FIBA event is still believed to be a matter of extra caution on the part of the Pelicans, who anticipate that he'll be fully cleared ahead of training camp.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Won't suit up for Play-In

    Alvarado (leg) has been cleared to resume on-court activities, but he won't suit up for Wednesday's Play-In Tournament matchup against the Thunder and isn't expected to resume game action for at least one more week, Andrew Lopez of ESPN.com reports. Alvarado hasn't played since Feb. 27 due to a stress reaction in his right tibia, but it appears he's making solid progress and could be available if the Pelicans secure a spot in the playoffs. However, given his lengthy absence, it may be a stretch to expect Alvarado to play his usual role right away if he can return at some point this season.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Return timetable pushed back

    Recent imaging of Alvarado's right tibia has shown incremental improvement, and he will be re-examined in 2-3 weeks. Alvarado missed the last 10 games due to a stress fracture in his right tibia. His new timetable likely rules out a regular-season return, but he could retake the floor if the Pelicans make the Play-In Tournament. Kira Lewis and Dyson Daniels should continue to see extended minutes in Alvarado's absence.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Sidelined at least three weeks

    Alvarado will be re-evaluated in three weeks after being diagnosed with a stress reaction in his right tibia. Alvarado is far from guaranteed to retake the floor after his re-evaluation, but the team will at least measure where he's at when the date approaches. Without Alvarado available off the bench, the Pelicans will have to turn elsewhere for backup point guard duties. Among the options to see some added minutes are Kira Lewis, Dyson Daniels and Garrett Temple, while Josh Richardson could also slide over to point guard and open minutes for others.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Returning to bench

    Alvarado is not in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game at Denver, Will Guillory of The Athletic reports. The 24-year-old made a spot start Sunday with CJ McCollum (thumb) and Brandon Ingram (toe) inactive and posted 18 points (4-12 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 7-8 FT), six assists and three rebounds and two steals in 29 minutes, but he'll shift back to the bench Tuesday with McCollum and Ingram back in the lineup. Alvarado is averaging 9.2 points, 2.3 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.0 steals in 20.9 minutes when coming off the bench this season.
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  • Pelicans' Jose Alvarado: Posts 18 points in starting role

    Alvarado closed Sunday's 135-110 loss to the Bucks with 18 points (4-12 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 7-8 FT), six assists and three rebounds and two steals over 29 minutes. With CJ McCollum (thumb) and Brandon Ingram (toe) sidelined, Alvarado stepped into the starting five after appearing off the bench in each of his previous 10 contests. Though he shot poorly from the field, Alvarado's strong showings from three-point range and the free-throw line enabled him to finish with his best scoring total since Dec. 9. The 24-year-old has shown the ability to put up solid numbers across the board when given extended run, but if McCollum is back in action for Tuesday's game in Denver, Alvarado could see his playing time drop back into the 20-to-25-minute range.
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