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TJ Warren
TJ Warren
Position: F
Born: 09/05/93
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:215 lbs. / 97.5 kg.
Salary: $2,041,080
The Phoenix Suns have assigned rookies guard Tyler Ennis and forward T.J. Warren to the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Development League. For both Ennis and Warren, this is their fourth assignment to Bakersfield this season. Ennis is averaging 19.6 points on 50.5 percent shooting, 5.1 assists and 4.4 rebounds in 33.7 minutes in seven games with the Jam, while Warren is averaging 26.6 points on 55.1 percent shooting, 6.4 rebounds and 1.7 steals in 34.9 minutes in seven games.
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The Phoenix Suns have assigned rookies guard Tyler Ennis and forward T.J. Warren to the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Development League. For both Ennis and Warren, this is their third assignment to Bakersfield this season. Ennis is averaging 18.2 points on 46.8 percent shooting, 5.0 assists, 4.2 rebounds and 2.0 steals in 33.6 minutes in five games with the Jam, while Warren is averaging 23.6 points on 53.5 percent shooting, 6.8 rebounds and 1.6 steals in 33.6 minutes in five games.
The Phoenix Suns have recalled rookies guard Tyler Ennis and forward T.J. Warren from the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Development League. In two games with the Jam, Ennis averaged 22.0 points on 51.4 percent field goal shooting, 7.5 assists and 2.00 steals in 35.5 minutes. Ennis scored 25 points on Friday versus the Texas Legends and recorded a double-double with 19 points and 10 assists on Saturday against the Grand Rapids Drive. Warren posted 36.0 points on 60.9 percent shooting, 6.0 rebounds and 3.00 steals in 41.0 minutes in his two games with Bakersfield. Warren scored 40 points (16-of-27 from the field) on Friday night against Texas and 32 points (12-of-19) on Saturday against Grand Rapids.
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Much like the timetable for Len’s fractured finger, rookie T.J. Warren may miss up to two weeks after fracturing his left thumb Tuesday. Sitting out the last two preseason games has been trying for Warren, who always has been able to play through previous injuries. “I knew it was something different because it swelled up too quickly and it wasn’t normal,” Warren said. “When I saw the X-ray and it was slightly cracked down the middle, I was in shock because I’ve never broken a bone before.”
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The Phoenix Suns have signed 2014 first-round draft picks T.J. Warren (14th overall selection) and Tyler Ennis (18th overall), the team announced today. Both Warren and Ennis made their Suns’ debuts as members of Phoenix’s entry at NBA Summer League 2014 in Las Vegas. Warren was named to the All-NBA Summer League Second Team after averaging a team-high 17.8 points on 54.4 percent shooting, while Ennis posted team-highs of 3.2 assists and 1.6 steals in addition to 4.2 points and 4.0 rebounds.
TJ Warren isn’t going to be a drills guy, but when he gets into the three-on-three portion of NBA workouts, I expect him to start climbing up draft boards. He’s a gamer and has a unique ability to get the ball in the basket from close range. In Chicago, he measured a little bigger and more athletic than teams thought he would. He could be a sleeper for teams needing a forward who can really score. I’m told that the Suns at No. 14 are a real possibility. I doubt Warren slips past the Hornets at No. 24.
T.J. Warren, the 2014 ACC Player of the Year and one of college basketball’s top scorers, has announced he will enter the NBA Draft. “I would like to thank my coaches and teammates at NC State for allowing me to compete for this great university. It’s been a fun ride the last few years. I’ve had some great experiences and now I feel I’m ready to play at the next level. Playing in the NBA has been a lifelong dream of mine and playing at NC State has prepared me well to achieve my dream.”
N.C. State star T.J. Warren has taken his time and is almost ready to announce his decision to leave for the NBA. The feedback from the NBA and the agents Warren and his family have met with in the past two weeks has all been positive, his father said Thursday, but an announcement will probably wait until Tuesday. The reason for the delay? “It’s T.J.’s decision and I want to make sure he’s 100 percent,” Tony Warren said. “Not 80 percent, not 90 and not 99.9 but 100 percent.”
State star T.J. Warren has taken his time and is almost ready to announce his decision to leave for the NBA. The feedback from the NBA and the agents Warren and his family have met with in the past two weeks has all been positive, his father said Thursday, but an announcement will probably wait until Tuesday. The reason for the delay? “It’s T.J.’s decision and I want to make sure he’s 100 percent,” Tony Warren said. “Not 80 percent, not 90 and not 99.9 but 100 percent.”
Doug McDermott was a unanimous choice for the AP All-American First Team. McDermott is the first player to be on the All-American team in three straight seasons since Patrick Ewing and Wayman Tisdale in 1985. Shabazz Napier, Sean Kilpatrick and Russ Smith were also seniors named to the All-American First Team, while Jabari Parker was the fifth member. The second team consisted of Nick Johnson, Andrew Wiggins, Nik Stauskas, Melvin Ejim and T.J. Warren.
North Carolina State sophomore T.J. Warren has decided to enter the June NBA draft, sources told Yahoo Sports. Warren reached the decision with his family on Sunday and had been expected to inform the N.C. State coaching staff of his decision early this week, sources told Yahoo Sports. A formal announcement is expected to come soon. Warren, a 6-foot-8 forward, had 28 points in N.C. State’s NCAA tournament loss to Saint Louis last week. He’s considered one of the best pure scorers in the draft class, averaging 24.9 points and shooting 52 percent from the floor.