News: The Rockets announced Tuesday that they have waived forward Tyler Honeycutt, a throw-in in their acquisition of Thomas Robinson at the trade deadline. Honeycutt did not appear in a game with the Rockets.
Analysis: Honeycutt has appeared in just nine games this season, all with the Kings, averaging 0.9 points per game. He has yet to make an impact at the NBA level, and should be ignored in all Fantasy formats.
News: Yahoo.com reported Wednesday that the Rockets and Kings have agreed to a six-player deal prior to the trade deadline, with forwards Thomas Robinson, Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt going to Houston in exchange for forward Patrick Patterson, center Cole Aldrich and guard Toney Douglas.
Analysis: Honeycutt has appeared in just nine games this season for the Kings, and is unlikely to see much playing time in Houston now. Continue to ignore him in all Fantasy formats moving forward.
News: The Kings announced Monday that they have recalled forward Tyler Honeycutt from the D-League. Honeycutt was playing with Reno.
Analysis: Honeycutt's presence on the roster could suggest that Tyreke Evans will have to miss some time going forward. That has not been reported, however. Honeycutt is not expected to get major run, regardless, and has low-end Fantasy value in all formats.
News: With the Kings loaded in the frontcourt, forward Tyler Honeycutt has spent the season in the NBA Development League as he also continues to build strength in his right foot and leg. He dealt with stress fractures in both areas during the preseason. "I wanted him to be there awhile and get some quality games and some growth as a teammate under his belt as well," coach Keith Smart told the Sacramento Bee. Analysis: Honeycutt appeared in 15 games for the Kings last season but produced an average of only 1.3 points per contest. He is unlikely to make a major impact with the team this season and should continue to be left on waivers in all Fantasy formats at this point.
News: As expected, the Kings officially recalled rookie F Tyler Honeycutt from Reno of the NBA Development League on Tuesday. Honeycutt averaged 5.9 points and 2.9 rebounds in 10 games with Reno.
Analysis: Honeycutt played one game for the Kings before being sent down, and he is expected to provide some depth at the position for the Sacramento. However, unless he sees major minutes, owners can probably continue to ignore the 21-year-old in the majority of formats.
News:The Sacramento Bee reports the Kings will recall forward Tyler Honeycutt from the NBA D-League. He will join the team following the conclusion of a three-game road trip, which ends Monday at Portland.
Analysis: Honeycutt was assigned to the D-League at the start of January. He is averaging 6.6 points with Reno. Honeycutt still has a long ways to go to developing into a reliable NBA forward, so continue to leave him off Fantasy rosters.
News: Sacramento assigned rookie SF Tyler Honeycutt to the NBA D-League on Monday, reports the Sacramento Bee.
Analysis: Honeycutt is a very thin small forward with plenty of height. The rookie appeared in one game and played four minutes for the Kings. He'll take some time to develop in the D-League and has low-end Fantasy value, even in rookie leagues, at the moment.
News: According to the Sacramento Bee, the Kings signed rookie Tyler Honeycutt to a deal on Friday. The terms of the deal were not announced. Honeycutt averaged 12.8 points, 7.2 rebounds and 2.1 blocks as a sophomore at UCLA last year.
Analysis: Honeycutt will compete for a rotation spot in the frontcourt and could carve out some nice minutes along side DeMarcus Cousins. While he's not worth drafting in the majority of seasonal leagues, Honeycutt could be worth a late-round pick in dynasty/keeper formats and rookie-only leagues.
News: The Kings drafted UCLA small forward Tyler Honeycutt with their first second-round pick, 35th overall, Thursday, and Washington guard Isaiah Thomas with the final pick of the draft.
Analysis: Honeycutt could end up being a solid rotation player for the Kings, but he has to prove himself first. He is not worth drafting in the majority of seasonal leagues, but he could be worth a late-round pick in dynasty/keeper formats and rookie-only leagues.