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Suns leaning more heavily on T.J. Warren
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(4/4/15) Suns forward T.J. Warren has taken on a larger role in the offense as his rookie year wears on.
Warren is shooting .619 since the All Star Break, up .050 from the first half of the season. He's also averaging 16 points in his last three games, up 10 points over his season average.
"He's not afraid of the big moments," coach Jeff Hornacek said, per AZCentral.com.
"He's got the knack," Hornacek continued. "If he can get some space and get on the move, guys think they can cut him off, but he knows a way to kind of get it around them. It may not look like a decent shot for the normal guy but we've seen T.J. do it all the time."
Suns forward T.J. Warren scores 13 points in losing effort
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(3/31/15) Suns forward T.J. Warren scored 13 points on 6 of 9 shooting from the field in Phoenix's 109-86 loss to the Trail Blazers Monday.
It was Warren's second consecutive game scoring in double figures and the fourth time doing so this month. He added two blocks and one rebound to his totals.
Suns' T.J. Warren scores career-high 17 points Wednesday
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(3/12/15) Suns rookie small forward T.J. Warren scored a career-high 17 points on 8 of 10 shooting in his team's 106-97 win over the Timberwolves Wednesday.
''All year long in practice we see what he can do,'' coach Jeff Hornacek said after the game, per the Associated Press. ''We don't have to call anything for him. He just gets those cuts, and those cuts open things up and make a difference.''
Warren played just 19 minutes off the bench while racking up his 17 points. He also kicked in five rebounds and one steal. The Suns will square off with the Hawks Friday.
Suns coach Jeff Hornacek trying to get TJ Warren more chances
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(3/9/15) Suns coach Jeff Hornacek is hoping to get rookie forward T.J. Warren more opportunities to play at the two-guard if matchups permit, reports the team's website.
Warren has seen more playing time of late and Hornacek likes what he's seen from him on defense and his off-the-ball instincts. Warren is averaging 4.4 points and 1.7 rebounds in 23 games this year.
Suns forward T.J. Warren starting to earn more playing time
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(3/5/15) Suns forward T.J. Warren has seen his minutes increase over the last three games, which coach Jeff Hornacek attributed to Warren's energy, reports The Arizona Republic.
"We all know he can put the ball in the basket, but what it is with him is he's probably our only guy who cuts," Hornacek said. "Everyone else wants to stand around and wait for a kick out pass. T.J. is a guy who, when he sees an opening or his man turns his head, he'll cut. When he does cut, he has good hands to snag it and still finish."
Warren played the entire fourth quarter during Monday's contest against the Heat, which he said was surprising, but the more opportunities he receives, the better player he'll become.
"I was ready to play, but it was unexpected," Warren said. "I guess he's looking for a spark and me building confidence and getting more experience. The more I play, the more I learn from mistakes. It's hard from the side so being out there is helping me."
|If there's one thing TJ Warren can do, it's score in bunches. He showed it in the Summer League, and his mid-range touch is exactly the kind of isolation scoring the Suns got out of Markeiff Morris last season. That's the biggest problem with Warren's Fantasy value: The Suns already have a handful of 6'8 guys who can score. At worst you can drop him and pick him up later because the Suns will spread the ball out to a variety of scorers. At best, he steals Markeiff Morris' title as best forward off the bench. If midrange scorers are a different breed, then Warren is a thoroughbred. He made 58 percent of his two pointers last year at N.C. State. Add in five or so rebounds and you've got yourself a nice bench option for Fantasy. If he can add a three-point shot, the sky's the limit as for as his scoring potential. He's only a late-round flier in yearly leagues, but consider him a nice mid-round pick in dynasty formats.
(Updated 8/27/14) |
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