Terence Davis II
G - SAC - OUT
According to Sean Cunningham, Kings G Terence Davis II is getting surgery on his wrist Tuesday and will remain out indefinitely.
Davis, who was in the midst of a breakout season, saw his season cut short as he suffered a wrist injury on January 26th against the Celtics. He will head to have surgery on his wrist Tuesday which will mark him as out indefinitely. With the veteran out, Buddy Hield and Davion Mitchell have continued to soak up his usage and minutes.
According to Jason Anderson, Terence Davis II will be out indefinitely with a wrist injury.
Davis suffered a wrist injury during Tuesday's game against the Celtics. The young guard was enjoying a breakout season in which he was averaging 10.4 PPG, a career high. The move likely clears way for more minutes for rookie Davion Mitchell.
Per the NBA Injury Report, Terence Davis II has been ruled out for Wednesday's matchup
Davis, who played Tuesday, has been ruled out of Wednesday's game. Davion Mitchell is likely to see some extended run and usage.
SAC Kings G Terrance Davis recorded 35 points (11-23 FG, 7-13 3Pt, 6-7 FT), six rebounds, three assists, one block and one steal over 38 minutes during Wednesday's 133-131 loss to the Pistons.
The young guard went ballistic on Wednesday. Davis knocked down 11-23 from the field including seven three's on his way to 35 points. The third-year pro has been on fire this week, over his past three games has knocked down an average of 4.0 3P's and 22.0 points per game. With Tyrese Haliburton out of the lineup, he should remain a staple for the Kings.
SAC Kings G Terrance Davis amassed 28 points (9-16 FG, 6-11 3Pt, 4-4 FT), four rebounds and one steal over 29 minutes during Saturday's 104-99 victory over Los Angeles.
The sharpshooting guard continued his stretch of strong play on Saturday. Davis nailed six three-pointers on 9-16 shooting, totaling 28 points. He has made 18 of 30 field-goal tries (60.0 percent) over his past two contests and has gone 11-for-20 from three-point range over that span. Davis has paid off for fantasy managers who nabbed him as a short-term pickup