News: The Hawks have waived center Jeremy Tyler, general manager Danny Ferry announced Wednesday. Acquired from the Warriors on Feb. 21, Tyler appeared in one game for the Hawks (March 4 at Denver), grabbing three rebounds in five minutes of action.
Analysis: Tyler may latch on with a new team before the end of the season, but he has minimal Fantasy value. Ignore him in all leagues.
News: After being acquired from the Warriors at the trade deadline, Jeremy Tyler made his debut for the Hawks on Monday night against the Nuggets. He finished scoreless while playing five minutes off the bench in the 104-88 loss. Tyler posted three rebounds in his time on the court.
Analysis: Tyler saw action in just 20 games for Golden State and averaged 1.1 points. He is not expected to have a huge role for Atlanta down the stretch so continue to ignore the 21-year-old in Fantasy.
News: Hawks forward Jeremy Tyler was cleared to play Friday against the Kings, after passing his physical. Unfortunately, he was inactive for the game.
Analysis: Tyler appeared in just 20 games for the Warriors prior to his trade Thursday, and it is unlikely that he will find playing time in Atlanta. Ignore him in all Fantasy formats moving forward.
News: CBSSports.com NBA Insider Ken Berger reports Thursday that the Warriors have agreed to trade center Jeremy Tyler to the Hawks for a second-round pick. Tyler has spent time in the D-League for the Warriors this year. The second-year player is averaging just 3.7 points and 0.8 rebounds in 20 NBA games this season.
Analysis: Tyler will continue to be a work in progress for the Hawks and has minimal Fantasy value. Ignore him in the majority of leagues even following this trade.
News: The Warriors added center Andrew Bogut to the active roster on Monday and sent Jeremy Tyler to the D-League.
Analysis: Tyler has scored just 19 points in 18 games this season and poses minimal appeal in Fantasy at this point. Continue to ignore him in all formats.
News: The Warriors recalled center Jeremy Tyler from the D-League Wednesday.
Analysis: Tyler was sent to the D-League Monday, but he is already back in the NBA. Tyler is just bench depth for the Warriors and can be left off Fantasy rosters.
News: Golden State assigned guard Kent Bazemore and center Jeremy Tyler back to the D-League on Monday, reports the San Francisco Chronicle.
Analysis: Tyler has played in 11 games this season and has seen just 2.4 minutes per game. With that kind of playing time, Tyler has no Fantasy value.
News: The Warriors recalled center Jeremy Tyler from the NBA Development League on Monday after he was assigned to the lower level the previous day. He tallied eight total points and one rebounds during his limited time on the Golden State bench.
Analysis: Tyler has logged a total of 10 minutes for the Warriors this season as he has failed to crack into the team's rotation despite their noted shortcomings in the paint. Fantasy owners shouldn't expect him to be a major contributor this season and keep him on waivers in all formats for now.
News: Warriors forward Jeremy Tyler, who was called up from the D-league just two weeks ago, earned the first start of his career on Wednesday against the Hornets. With the recent trade of Ekpe Udoh and the groin injury to Andris Biedrins, the Warriors were forced to tap Tyler, who has never previously played more than 15 minutes in a game. Tyler gave the Warriors 16 on Wednesday and scored four points and had four rebounds, while also blocking two shots in the Warriors 101-92 win.
Analysis: Tyler might start to see a bit more playing time moving forward, however he is still the same player who was sent to the D-League less than a month ago. The 20-year-old may have decent long-term potential, however right now he should be ignore in all formats.
News: The Warriors recalled power forward Jeremy Tyler from the Dakota Wizards of the NBA D-League on Tuesday. The rookie averaged 15.6 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.4 blocks over 29 minutes in five games with Dakota.
Analysis: Andris Biedrins just lost his starting job and the Warriors wanted to get a bit deeper by re-adding Tyler. That said, he's not going to carry any Fantasy value.
News: The Warriors plan to send rookie center Jeremy Tyler to NBA Development League following the All-Star break, according to several reports. Tyler, who is averaging 1.9 points and 1.0 rebound this season, is expected to join the Dakota Wizards.
Analysis: The Warriors don't have the minutes for Tyler right now and want the rookie to get some seasoning instead of sitting on the bench. He will likely be back up with the club at some point, but owners shouldn't pay too much attention to the 20-year-old at this point in the season.
News:Jeremy Tyler didn't get on the floor Tuesday against the Thunder, but that doesn't mean the Warriors aren't pleased with the rookie's progress, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. "He works extremely hard, he's a very good listener, and he's continuing to get better," coach Mark Jackson said. "He understands that nothing is going to be given to him. It's good to see his energy and his effort. He's going to make mistakes, but he's a guy who puts the time in and certainly has improved from Day 1. If you play hard and you compete, I can live with mistakes. Everybody's going to make mistakes."
Analysis: The Warriors rotation at power forward and center right now consists mostly of Andris Biedrins, David Lee, Ekpe Udoh and Dominic McGuire, but it seems the Warriors do want to get Tyler more involved. He just remains a wait-and-see Fantasy option until he becomes a factor on a regular basis.
News: Golden State rookie forward Jeremy Tyler is starting to get some playing time as he's compiled seven and 15 minutes in his last two games. He's also scored five and six points in those outings, respectively. Tyler shot 3 for 5 from the field in Friday's 120-109 loss to the Thunder. He added two assists and three boards during his time on the court. "I've been practicing pretty well lately," said Tyler told MercuryNews.com. "I got a chance to talk to Coach (Mark) Jackson, and he said keep working hard and your time will come. I was being patient. When the opportunity was there, I was ready. Hopefully there's a domino effect and it can happen again."
Analysis: Tyler is frontcourt depth for the Warriors, and with Kwame Brown out of action, Golden State is scrounging for someone to step up and give them some quality minutes. "I'm getting that whole pace of the game (down), getting an understanding that this is another level from where I came from," Tyler said. "Mentally and physically, I know I'm ready. But there are still little things. It takes time. I've got to learn." It's too soon to tell if Tyler will continue to get increased minutes, but this is definitely worth monitoring. For now, Tyler can be left on waivers.
News: The Golden State Warriors officially signed F Jeremy Tyler and G Klay Thompson on Tuesday, locking up both of their selections from the previous NBA Draft.
Analysis: Tyler, who was playing overseas before being drafted by Golden State, is not expected to play a major role for the team this season. He is not worth selecting in the majority of Fantasy formats for now.
News: The Warriors needed a big man Thursday and bought Charlotte's 39th pick in the NBA Draft for $2 million to get former San Diego high school star Jeremy Tyler. Tyler, now 20, is a 6-foot-10 player who dropped out to compete overseas but struggled in Israel before moving on to Japan.
Analysis: We'll find out if Tyler will join the Warriors in 2011-12, but he will have minimal Fantasy value in standard leagues this year. He is not worth drafting in most seasonal formats, but Tyler is worth taking with a late-round pick in dynasty/keeper leagues and rookie-only formats.