G - FA
Darren Collison announced on Friday that he intends to retire after a 10-year career.
Collison was set to secure an estimated $10-$12 million annually in free agency, but ultimately decided to call it a career. Collins, 31, was drafted by the New Orleans Hornets in 2009, and played for Pacers, Mavericks, Clippers, and Kings. He will retire with a career average of 12.5 points, 5.0 assists, and 1.2 steals in 708 games.
Darren Collison scored 19 points in 33 minutes of action in the Pacers' 110-106 loss to the Celtics in game 4. Collison rounded out the game with six rebounds, five assists, and two steals.
It was a slow series for Collison, who averaged just 12.0 points and 4.0 assists in the four games. Collison will be a free agent in the offseason. It will be interesting to see if the Pacers bring him back or if there is another team that believes he could be a serviceable backup.
Darren Collison will return to the lineup and start on Sunday versus the Nets despite a groin injury.
Even with Collison back, Cory Joseph should be a solid bet for 20+ plus minutes. Joseph takes a hit but Collison could also be limited in this contest making him risky in DFS.
Darren Collison (groin) is unable to go on Monday against Detroit.
Collison will be sitting alongside Wesley Matthews (hamstring) so Cory Joseph and the other reserves should see a good amount of work in the interim. Hopefully this new injury won't affect Collison for too long.
Darren Collison scored 24 points and dished out nine assists in Saturday's loss against the Orlando Magic.
Collison's scoring is hit-or-miss, and can not be relied on to score double-digit points in his remaining games. Collison should only be started by fantasy owners in roto leagues who need assists.