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Kenrich Williams totaled zero points (0-1FG, 0-1 3PT), five rebounds, one assist, two steals in 18 minutes in the Pelicans' 127-133 loss to the Magic on Thursday.
Williams was able to grab five rebounds in 18 minutes of play in the Pelicans' loss to the Magic. He was unable to make positive strides in building on his 2018-2019 season and saw his production fall in all major statistical categories outside of blocks. Until he shows improvement, he shouldn't warrant any consideration in fantasy.
Kenrich Williams totaled four points (2-3FG), one rebound, and two steals in 18 minutes in the Pelicans' 112-106 loss to the Kings on Tuesday.
Williams logged 18 minutes against the Kings and did little in his extended time on the floor. As the Pelicans' wind down their season, many backup players will be provided the opportunity to see more play. Despite this reality, Williams' production doesn't warrant any fantasy consideration; he is a natural fade.
Kenrich Williams totaled zero points and one rebound in three minutes in the Pelicans' 140-125 loss to the Kings on Thursday.
Williams had one rebound in three minutes against the Kings. He has failed to log any significant time in the Pelicans' rotation to indicate that there is any intention to have him included in the team's gameplan. He is a natural fade at this time.
Kenrich Williams totaled zero points (0-2 FT), one rebound, and one assist in 12 minutes in the Pelicans' 126-103 loss to the Clippers on Saturday.
Williams was a non-factor in the Pelicans' blowout loss to the Clippers. There has been very little commitment to him owning any meaningful role in the rotation. Williams is a natural fade in all fantasy formats at this time.
Kenrich Williams received treatment for his back at a closed Pelicans’ facility and will be ready to practice once the NBA season resumes.
Prior to the shutdown, Williams hasn’t played played a NBA contest since January 6th. He has only appeared in 35 games this season. “ I think it potentially helped Kenrich Williams out the most,” said VP of Basketball Operations David Griffin. “Kenrich, as you guys know, was dealing with a back issue, and this time has been really, really good for him. He’s going to be physically capable of practicing whenever we do get the opportunity to come back, so I think it’s been beneficial for Kenrich for sure.” Williams (back) should be all systems go once the NBA season resumes. The 25-year-old averaged 3.8 points, 5.1 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 0.6 blocks and 0.7 steals across 35 games this season.