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date min
Total Rebounds
Total Assists
Fantasy Points
Mar 21, 2023 19 6 5 0 10
Mar 19, 2023 33 22 13 0 34
Mar 16, 2023 30 14 9 1 23
Mar 14, 2023 31 12 10 1 26
Mar 13, 2023 24 18 14 1 35

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
2022 58516.3 18.3 9.6 0.6 5.8 0.6 0.2
2021 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2020 71318.3 21.4 11.5 0.7 5.8 0.9 0.3
3y Avg. 35817.9 20.9 11.2 0.7 5.7 0.9 0.3
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Lifts offense in double-double

    Wiseman had 22 points (10-13 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and 13 rebounds across 33 minutes during Sunday's 112-100 loss to the Heat. Wiseman picked up his third double-double in four games, leading Detroit in both points and rebounds. He was helped by Jalen Duren being limited to just nine minutes before exiting the contest with a head injury, as Wiseman and Duren had typically been part of a near-even split of the minutes at center when both have been healthy. If Duren can't gain clearance for the Pistons' next game Tuesday in Atlanta, Wiseman could once again be in store for 30-plus minutes, and likely elevated numbers to go along with it.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Top rebounder in double-double

    Wiseman racked up 12 points (4-15 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-4 FT), 10 rebounds, one assist, one block and one steal across 31 minutes during Tuesday's 117-97 loss to the Wizards. Wiseman was the lone player in Tuesday's game to record 10 or more rebounds en route to a double-double performance. He's tallied four double-doubles this season, including in three of his last four outings. The 2020 No. 2 overall pick has started 10 straight games for his new team and is averaging 13.8 points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.3 blocks in 26.6 minutes during that stretch.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Sets season high as top rebounder

    Wiseman had 16 points (8-12 FG), 13 rebounds and one block in 27 minutes during Thursday's 113-103 loss to the Hornets. Wiseman led all players in Thursday's game in rebounds en route to setting a season-high mark in a double-double performance. Wiseman, whose previous season high was 10 boards, has recorded a double-double twice this season.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Strong showing against Wizards

    Wiseman closed with 21 points (10-13 FG, 1-2 FT), five rebounds, three assists, two blocks and one steal in 34 minutes during Tuesday's 119-117 loss to Washington. Making his sixth straight start, Wiseman scored more than 20 points for the second time as a Piston while recording multiple blocks for the third straight game. The 21-year-old center is starting to flash the talent that made him the second overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, and during his starting stint, he's averaging 12.7 points, 7.8 boards, 1.2 blocks and 1.0 assists while shooting 63.5 percent from the floor.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Swats three shots Monday

    Wiseman (knee) finished with 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds and three blocks in 24 minutes in Monday's 110-104 loss to the Trail Blazers. Tagged as questionable with knee soreness heading into Monday's contest, Wiseman suited up and took on what appeared to be a fairly standard workload as the Pistons' starting center. He's now started in each of the Pistons' last five games, playing between 20 and 29 minutes in those contests while averaging 11.0 points, 8.4 rebounds and 1.0 blocks while shooting 59 percent from the field. That level of production is enough to keep Wiseman on the radar in 12-team leagues for the time being. However, he will be a candidate to lose some minutes whenever both Isaiah Stewart (hip) and Jalen Duren (ankle) are available again.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Available to play

    Wiseman (knee) will be available to play Monday against the Trail Blazers. Wiseman should see his minutes in the mid-20s Monday evening, and he'll look to bounce back from a tough 1-of-6 shooting performance with a much more advantageous matchup against Portland. He could be someone to think about rolling the dice on in deep leagues, although his play has been too inconsistent to depend on him in standard 12-team leagues.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Questionable Monday

    Wiseman (left knee soreness) is questionable for Monday's game versus Portland. Monday's game will be the first of a back-to-back set, so Detroit may opt to give Wiseman the night off with the Pistons playing for Ping Pong balls at this point. If Wiseman is forced to join Isaiah Stewart (hip) on the sidelines, then Marvin Bagley would get all the run he could handle and Isaiah Livers would see an uptick in minutes. Stay tuned.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Best night yet with Detroit

    Wiseman amassed 23 points (9-11 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 4-6 FT) and seven rebounds in 27 minutes during Monday's 117-106 loss to the Hornets. Making his second straight start, Wiseman had his best scoring performance yet as a member of the Pistons, and his second best of the season after the 30 he dropped on the Nets just before Christmas while still with the Warriors. Wiseman is quickly regaining the luster he'd lost over the last few seasons after being the second overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, but he'll need to stay healthy to fully shake off the bust label.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Making first start of season

    Wiseman will join the starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Raptors, Omari Sankofa II of the Detroit Free Press reports. Wiseman will draw the starting nod with Jalen Duren (ankle) sidelined. Marvin Bagley (hand) was activated for the contest after being out since Jan. 2, so it's unclear what Wiseman's role will be moving forward. However, Wiseman has averaged 9.5 points and 7.5 rebounds over 23.5 minutes in his two appearances with the Pistons and will get a chance with the first unit Saturday
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Works in center timeshare in debut

    Wiseman finished with 11 points (5-9 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and five rebounds across 23 minutes in Wednesday's 127-109 loss to the Celtics. In his Detroit debut, Wiseman worked in a fairly even timeshare at center with starter Jalen Duren, who played exactly one minute more. Given that Duren had battled an ankle injury in his last game Sunday in Toronto, it's possible the Pistons were managing his workload to some degree, so how the minutes are distributed between the rookie and Wiseman coming out of the All-Star break will bear watching. If Wiseman can stake a claim to a consistent 20-to-25-minute role, he could have some appeal as a low-end option in 12- or 14-team leagues.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: On track to debut Wednesday

    Wiseman (recently traded) isn't listed on the injury report ahead of Wednesday's matchup against the Celtics. Wiseman was dealt to Detroit at the deadline as part of the four-team deal that was being delayed by Gary Payton's (abdomen) failed physical, but the trade finally became official Sunday, and the 2020 No. 2 overall pick was able to practice with his the Pistons on Monday. Given he's had multiple days to work with his new teammates, Wiseman should be handed at least a backup role during his debut, but Marc J. Spears of believes he could claim the starting center gig before too long. In 21 appearances for Golden State this season, Wiseman averaged 6.9 points and 3.5 rebounds in 12.5 minutes per game.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Trade to Detroit completed

    Wiseman will be able to practice with the Pistons on Monday after Detroit finalized its four-team trade with the Warriors, Trail Blazers and Hawks on Sunday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. The four teams agreed to the deal Thursday, but the trade was held up through the weekend after the Warriors expressed concern about the health of Gary Payton (abdomen), who failed his physical Friday. Though Payton looks set to miss most of what's left of the regular season due to an injury the Trail Blazers are alleged to have not fully disclosed during trade discussions, Golden State still agreed to sign off on the deal. As a result, all of the players involved in the trade are now eligible to formally join their teams. Wiseman should be able to get in some practice time Monday and Tuesday, likely making him an option for Detroit on Wednesday in Boston during the Pistons' final game before the All-Star break. Shortly after the trade was completed Thursday, Marc J. Spears of reported that the Pistons' plan was to have Wiseman step in as their starting center, but at least initially, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft seems likely to work in a backup capacity behind Jalen Duren.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Now listed as out

    Wiseman (trade pending) is listed as out for Sunday's matchup against the Raptors. Wiseman won't be available Sunday, as the four-team deal between Atlanta, Golden State, Detroit and Portland remains in jeopardy due to Gary Payton's (abdomen) physical. The Warriors have until 9:30 p.m. ET Sunday to confirm or veto the trade, so Wiseman's future remains unclear until that decision is made. However, if he does stick with the Pistons, the 2020 No. 2 overall pick is expected to be part of a timeshare at center with rookie Jalen Duren.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Listed questionable Sunday

    Wiseman (pending trade) holds a questionable designation for Sunday's game versus the Raptors, Omari Sankofa II of the Detroit Free Press reports. Wiseman seems likely to be available should his trade go through, but he sits in limbo for the moment awaiting the Warriors' decision following some unsavory results during Gary Payton's (abdomen) physical, prompting the team to fail him. More information on Wiseman's future should be available once Golden State decides.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Won't debut Friday

    Wiseman (recently traded) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Spurs, James L. Edwards III of The Athletic reports. Wiseman was traded from the Warriors to the Pistons on Thursday and is slated to serve as Detroit's starting center once he's available. General manager Troy Weaver has emphasized that the team wants to give Wiseman a chance to utilize the skill set that made him the No. 2 overall pick in 2020, but the center won't be able to play until at least Sunday against Toronto. Jalen Duren will presumably continue to start at center Friday.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Set to start for Detroit

    Wiseman, who was acquired from the Warriors earlier Thursday, is expected to step in as the Pistons' starting center, Marc J. Spears of reports. Wiseman struggled to find playing time with the Warriors after returning from an ankle injury in late January, but he should have a chance to log more meaningful minutes during his time with the Pistons. Head coach Dwane Casey hasn't formally confirmed that Wiseman will overtake Jalen Duren as the team's starting center, and even if he does, the two big men could still split minutes. The Pistons' plans for Wiseman and Duren won't become clear until both are available to play. Detroit returns to action Friday in the Spurs, but Wiseman's status for that contest isn't yet known.
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  • Pistons' James Wiseman: Headed to Detroit

    Wiseman was traded from the Warriors to the Pistons on Thursday as part of a three-team deal that also sends Saddiq Bey to the Hawks, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Wiseman hasn't been a consistent part of the Warriors' rotation since being cleared of his ankle injury in late January, but he'll get a fresh start with the Pistons, a team that reportedly thought highly of him during the pre-draft process in 2020. The 21-year-old averaged 6.9 points and 3.5 rebounds in 12.5 minutes per game to begin the 2022-23 campaign but will attempt to carve out a more consistent role with his new club. However, he'll have to compete with promising rookie Jalen Duren.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Sees first action since ankle injury

    Wiseman (ankle) played 17 minutes and finished with nine points (3-4 FG, 3-3 FT), two rebounds and one steal in Thursday's 134-117 loss to the Nuggets. Though Wiseman was cleared to return from a month-long absence due to a sprained left ankle just over a week ago, he didn't see the floor in any of Golden State's previous four games before re-entering the rotation Thursday. The minutes were opened up for Wiseman due to the absence of Draymond Green (calf), but Wiseman will likely move back out of the rotation if Green is deemed ready to go for the Warriors' next game Saturday versus the Mavericks.
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Active Wednesday

    Wiseman (ankle) will suit up for Wednesday's game against the Grizzlies, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports. Wiseman will be available for the first time since Dec. 28 after missing 11 games with a sprained left ankle. However, coach Steve Kerr shared that Wiseman may not be a part of the rotation now that Draymond Green has been starting at the five, saying "It's hard to get four centers into a game, especially in 2023."
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  • Warriors' James Wiseman: Officially listed as probable

    Wiseman (ankle) is listed as probable for Wednesday's game against the Grizzlies. Wiseman practiced Tuesday and will likely suit up for the first time since Dec. 28. Even before the third-year center missed nearly a month with a sprained left ankle, he garnered a sporadic rotation spot and is averaging just 6.8 points and 3.6 rebounds in 12.7 minutes across 19 appearances this season, so it's unclear how large of a role he'll have against Memphis.
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