Isaiah Hartenstein Rumors

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Isaiah Hartenstein
Isaiah Hartenstein
Position: -
Born: 05/05/98
Height: 7-0 / 2.13
Weight:250 lbs. / 113.4 kg.
Salary: $1,416,852
In Hartenstein’s case, the relationship with Brase had strengthened during Summer League in Las Vegas, with Brase as the head coach and Hartenstein as the team leader. Lucas has a unique way of connecting with players, and his bond with Hartenstein was no different. Being a young player who’s not getting a lot of playing time is one thing, but living alone is another. It’s important to keep players’ spirits up, especially during times like these, and Lucas is well versed in the mental aspect of the game. “More optimistic,” Hartenstein told The Athletic about his attitude toward the league’s progress. “I mean, just seeing that everything was getting closer and closer to opening up and maybe having a chance to start the season.”
As one of the first players in the league to attempt such a workout, Hartenstein was quick with a reminder that these are simply voluntary. Players are well within their right to avoid the facility and carry on whatever they’ve been doing to stay fit and ready on their own. This is just a way to get guys back in touch with the spaces they frequent after having to stay away for two months. “I mean, there will definitely be change,” Hartenstein said of league protocols as resumption talks progress. “But in the sense of what the Rockets are doing, they’re doing a great job. I don’t feel like they were uncomfortable and (they) made sure everything was safe.”
With that caveat in mind, here are the franchises ranked by under-25 talent, from least to most. 30. Houston Rockets. WAR: 2.5 | Best Under-25 Player: Isaiah Hartenstein (2.5 WAR). Houston’s last-place ranking makes sense given Daryl Morey’s veteran-focused team-building strategy: The Rockets were the league’s oldest team last season. The good news is the Rockets have the most projected WAR for players 25 or older over the next five seasons, as well as the overall individual leader in James Harden.
Jonathan Feigen: If the Rockets can land a bargain at that price it could be a significant move, but failing that, they could dip into that to try to bring back Austin Rivers, who became their sixth man. There are holes to fill, however. The Rockets really did not have a backup power forward and were very thin and inexperienced at small forward, relying on Danuel House Jr. and three-guard lineups. They also might need to bolster their options at center, with Nenê generally limited to half the season, Kenneth Faried a free agent and Isaiah Hartenstein, though progressing, still a project. They also can make some strides in their level of play, particularly for Capela who disappointed against the Warriors.