Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 2 months ago

Humphries has been working on his three-point shot a lot in practice in an effort to extend his range and earn more minutes next season, CSN reports.

Humphries was an afterthought of the Wizards' postseason rotation. Of their 10 playoff games, Humphries only appeared in one game and played just five minutes. Through 11 years in the NBA, Humphries has shot just 26 three-pointers and converted only two of them. If he were able to successfully add the three-point shot to his repertoire, Humphries would likely see a decrease in his rebounds, but if he's efficient enough, he could extend his career.

Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 4 months ago

Humphries (groin) returned to action after sitting out for over a month and posted six points, one rebound, one assist, one steal, and one block in 15 minutes of action Wednesday against the Sixers.

Humphries is averaging 8.1 points and 6.6 rebounds per game this season. He's coming of the bench in a limited role, but is still worth a roster spot in 20-man leagues.

Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 4 months ago

Humphries (groin) is expected to make his return to the court Wednesday, Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post reports.

Fantasy owners can finally breathe a sigh of relief, as Humphries is slated to return after missing 15 straight games with a nagging groin injury. He's been up-and-down for most of the season, but he did string together an impressive run of three double-doubles in four games near the end of January, so he can be of use in daily formats against certain matchups. That said, he'll likely be working his way back up to speed, so he's best avoided Wednesday.

Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 4 months ago

Humphries (groin) participated in Tuesday's practice, CSN Washington reports. Afterward, he said, "I think I'm going to be out there tomorrow [Wednesday]."

Humphries has missed 15 contests due to an ailing groin, but his return to practice forecasts that game action is just around the corner. As a result, consider him questionable for Wednesday's outing against the Sixers.

Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 4 months ago

Humphries (groin) will remain out Sunday, Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post reports.

Humphries has now missed more than a month, but the team said he's returned to individual drills during recent practices. That's a step in the right direction, but Humphries remains without a timetable, and is essentially being evaluated on a game-to-game basis. Look for a further update in advance of Wednesday's matchup with Philadelphia.

Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 4 months ago

Humphries (groin) will not play Friday, J. Michael of CSN reports.

Humphries continues to battle a groin injury, but he's been working on individual drills at practice, and coach coach Randy Wittman said he hopes to have Humphries back soon. His next opportunity will come Sunday versus Houston.

Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 4 months ago

Humphries (groin) did not practice Thursday but did some individual work, J. Michael of CSN reports.

Humphries has now missed more than a month with a nagging groin injury. While the individual drills are a step in the right direction, he doesn't appear overly close to returning, and his absence from Thursday's actual practice should rule him out Friday versus Charlotte.

Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 4 months ago

Humphries (groin) will miss another game Wednesday against the Pacers, J. Michael of CSN reports.

Humphries has now been sidelined for exactly a month, and the Wizards haven't provided much in the way of a return timetable. Continue to consider Humphries day-to-day, though he isn't a fantasy option in most formats.

Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 4 months ago

Humphries (groin) is listed as doubtful for Wednesday's game, CSN Washington's J. Michael reports.

He has been out for a month now and it remains to be seen when he will be able to take the court again before the postseason. Drew Gooden and Kevin Seraphin remain the primary frontcourt backups with Humphries out.

Kris Humphries PF/C WAS 4 months ago

Humphries (groin) won't take the court Monday at Golden State, The Washington Post reports.

Sidelined since Feb. 25 due to lower body issues, Humphries doesn't have an immediate return date in sight. His next opportunity to suit up arrives Wednesday against the Pacers.