G - MEM
Grayson Allen logged 20 points (6-10 FG, 3-5 3PT, 5-5 FT), two assists, two steals, and a block in Wednesday's win over the Timberwolves.
Allen hadn't scored more than 10 points in a single game this season and then erupted for 20 thanks to a season-high 60% clip from the field. The 26 minutes he logged were the most he's played since the first two games of the season as Kyle Anderson got off to an incredibly hot start. With Anderson's numbers starting to cool off, Allen could work his way back into some more playing time.
Grayson Allen posted 10 points (3-7 FG, 2-4 3PT, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, and two steals in Friday's 110-115 win over the Nets.
Allen simply isn't getting enough playing time to justify a spot in your season-long fantasy team. Since getting benched he's averaging 17.3 minutes and 5.5 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.5 steals, and 1.0 assists over four games.
Grayson Allen, who missed one game with an ankle sprain, will be available on Sunday against the Lakers, per head coach Taylor Jenkins.
It's unclear how much playing time Allen will get coming off his ankle injury as the team will monitor his status during warmups to see how he looks. Either way, his return is a welcome sign for the banged up Grizzlies. Memphis will still roll with a starting backcourt of Tyus Jones and Dillon Brooks with Allen coming off the bench.
Grayson Allen (ankle) will not play on Friday against the Hornets.
Allen was seen as a game-time decision on Friday but was soon deemed unfit to play with an ankle sprain. Allen's absence will thin out the Grizzlies' bench until he's fit to return. Expect more minutes for shooting-guard incumbent Dillion Brooks.
Grayson Allen (ankle) has been upgraded to a game-time decision when the Grizzles meet the Hornets on Friday night.
Allen was initially deemed doubtful for the contest but may have the ability to suit up tonight. He suffered a left ankle sprain on Wednesday against the Celtics which would signal a remarkably quick turnaround for the third-year two-guard. Still, even a healthy Grayson Allen hasn't equated to fantasy success, averaging just a hair under five points per game this season. It would be wise to look elsewhere in all formats.