C - FA
Roy Hibbert has been traded by the Bucks to the Denver Nuggets for a protected second-round pick on Thursday. Hibbert will join Nikola Jokic and Mason Plumlee in Denver likely seeing only a few minutes.
Hibbert provides depth for the Nuggets but that's about it. Hibbert has been traded twice this season and has really been unable to log heavy minutes due to his conditioning. Hibbert can be left on the waiver wire and not much changes in fantasy here.
The Bucks reached an agreement in principle to trade Miles Plumlee to Charlotte for Roy Hibbert and Spencer Hawes, according to Marc Stein and Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com.
Hibbert hasn't played well this season and lost his starting job to Cody Zeller and has been outplayed by Spencer Hawes. The former Georgetown star is running out of options in the NBA with his ability to only play a limited role.
Roy Hibbert is close to full health after his right knee swelled up early on in the season. Hibbert showed it by scoring 11 points on Thursday against the short-handed Mavericks on 17 minutes of action. Hibbert added four rebounds, two blocks and two assists.
Hibbert would be worthy of an add if he gets back into the starting lineup over Cody Zeller especially if you are in desperate need of blocks.
Roy Hibbert is still on a slight minutes restriction, but he only saw 10 minutes on Monday. Hibbert saw the start, but was not able to do much with it. He finished with two points and a rebound.
Hibbert is a frustrating fantasy player to own. He can put up some monster stats, but has been limited by injury. Even without the injury he can disappear in games. He should be owned in most leagues, but wait until he shows he can play starter minutes before throwing him into your lineup. He is a punt play at this point in DFS too.
Roy Hibbert (knee) will play on Friday against the Raptors. Hibbert missed the previous five games with a sore right knee. It's unclear who will start at center but both Hibbert and Cody Zeller will split center duties with Spencer Hawes picking up a couple minutes.
Hibbert started off the season with a 15 point and nine rebound performance before the injury. Zeller has been decent in his absence averaging over 11 points per game. Fantasy owners need to take a wait-and-see approach on these guys.