Ramon Sessions G WAS 2 weeks ago

Sessions will likely notch another start Friday with John Wall sitting out.

Wall will miss a second straight game to rest, meaning Sessions will be the primary point guard, with Will Bynum serving as the backup. Sessions turned in an excellent performance Wednesday against Philadelphia, finishing with 19 points (5-7 FG, 202 3Pt, 4-5 FT), seven assists and four rebounds in 29 minutes.

Ramon Sessions G WAS 2 weeks ago

Sessions was given the start in place of John Wall (rest) during Wednesday's game against the Sixers. The replacement registered 19 points, four rebounds, and seven assists during his team-high 29 minutes on the court.

Sessions performed admirably in the rare start as evidenced by his inflated box score. It's still unclear if Wall will return Friday against the Nets, and Sessions' potential workload hangs in the balance ahead of tipoff until the Wizards shed some light on the situation.

Ramon Sessions G WAS 3 weeks ago

Sessions will get the start Wednesday against the 76ers, CSN's J. Michael reports.

Sessions will make his first start for the Wizards since coming over from Sacramento earlier in the season. He should see a significant boost in minutes, especially with Garrett Temple out of the lineup. "I'm definitely excited," Sessions said. "W're playing for something."

Ramon Sessions G WAS 2 months ago

Sessions made his Wizards debut but did not score in six minutes in the loss to Cleveland on Friday.Sessions will back up John Wall in Washington. The journeyman's days of 20+ minutes are likely over.

Ramon Sessions G WAS 2 months ago

Sessions will likely be available for Friday's game against the Cavaliers, but that doesn't necessarily mean that he will play, Jorge Castillo of The Washington Post reports.Sessions will have his physical Friday afternoon, and while he'll likely be available to face the Cavs, he may not be ready to play with his new teammates. It isn't a huge issue for the Wizards, as the team should get by fine with Garrett Temple backing up John Wall for one game.

Ramon Sessions G WAS 2 months ago

Sessions was traded to Washington on Thursday, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.The Wizards will send veteran Andre Miller to Sacramento, reuniting him with George Karl, under whom he played in Denver several seasons ago. Sessions has appeared in 36 games for Sacramento this season, primarily serving as the backup to Darren Collison, but he's averaging only 5.4 points and 2.7 assists in a career-low 17.8 minutes. He'll slot in as Washington's backup point guard and should see a mild bump in value with an improved supporting cast.

Ramon Sessions G WAS 2 months ago

Sessions started again for Darren Collisin (hip), but scored just two points (0-6 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT) in 30 minutes in the loss to the Bucks on Wednesday. He doled out six assists.Sessions has started the last three games, but has put up spotty numbers. He has a combined five points in his last two games, but could be an assists-based add in deeper leagues.

Ramon Sessions G WAS 3 months ago

Sessions made a second straight spot start in place of Darren Collison (hip) on Sunday. Sessions put up 10 points, seven rebounds, and six assists in 32 minutes against the Suns.

Sessions will have decent value for standard 12-team leagues, and managers desperate for assists in 10-team leagues should be able to stream Sessions for as long as Collison is out. There is even the possibility of upside with Sessions if he were to get traded to a better situation before the trade deadline.

Ramon Sessions G WAS 3 months ago

Sessions started in place of Darren Collison (hip) and scored 11 points (3-6 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 5-6 FT) with four rebounds and five assists in 31 minutes Saturday.

For as long as Collison remains out, Sessions is a guy who will make a nice add in fantasy leagues, but once Collison returns, his value diminishes markedly. Collison's injury is not considered serious so he may not miss any more time, but if he does, streaming in Sessions makes sense.

Ramon Sessions G WAS 3 months ago

Sessions will start for Darren Collison (hip) at Utah on Saturday, the Sacramento Bee reports.

Session is stepping in for Collison, who sustained a hip flexor during Thursday's game. Meanwhile, in three nods this season, Sessions has averaged 13.7 points (on 43 percent shooting), three assists, three rebounds, 1.3 three-pointers, and 0.7 steals in 34 minutes.