Chris Kaman PF/C POR 6 Days

Kaman came off the bench for Friday's game against the Spurs and was able to contribute six points, five rebounds, one assist, and one steal in 18 minutes of action.

Kaman is actually averaging 18.9 minutes on the season and it appears that he won't be given more time on the court with the absence of Robin Lopez (hand). Fellow center Joel Freeland has been inserted into the starting lineup with Thomas Robinson especially seeing the added minutes from the loss of Lopez.

Chris Kaman PF/C POR 10 Days

Kaman scored 11 points and added three rebounds in 20 minutes of action Monday against the Spurs.

Kaman could see more run with Robin Lopez (hand) expected to miss one month. He'll have the opportunity to play big minutes and has the potential to score, grab boards, and block shots even in 25-plus minutes. He's worth owning in 12-man leagues while Lopez is out.

Chris Kaman PF/C POR 1 Month

Kaman scored 15 points (7-10 FG, 1-1 FT) with 10 rebounds and a steal in 21 minutes off the bench Monday.

If something were to happen to Robin Lopez, Kaman would become an immediate add, but even in his reduced role the center is proving to have some value in deeper leagues.

Chris Kaman PF/C POR 2 Months

Kaman was, once again, a solid source of rebounds off the bench, pulling down seven to go with eight points (4-5 FG) in 18 minutes.

Kaman is averaging just 20 minutes a night this season backing up Robin Lopez, but has still managed to pull down 6.3 boards per night. If an injury befell Lopez, Kaman would become a must-add player across all formats as his 11.7 rebounds per 36 minutes would have value in every league. As it stands, Kaman is a guy to look at for streaming if you need a few rebounds to win a weekly head-to-head battle.

Chris Kaman PF/C POR 2 Months

Kaman played 23 minutes and scored 12 points against the Lakers Wednesday.

Kaman suffered a head laceration on Tuesday, but he didn't have any lasting problems or concussion-like symptoms so he was able to play in Wednesday's game. He should be ready for the regular season opener.

Chris Kaman PF/C POR 2 Months

Kaman suffered a head laceration when Timofey Mozgov inadvertently bit him during Tuesday's preseason game, the Oregonian's Joe Freeman reports.

Kaman said he didn't think he suffered a concussion and his status for Wednesday's game is unclear, as the results of a concussion test weren't immediately known Tuesday night. While getting accidentally bitten by a fellow player certainly isn't ideal, it shouldn't be something that sidelines him for the season opener.

Chris Kaman PF/C POR 6 Months

Chris Kaman officially signed his two-year, $10M contract with the Trail Blazers on Thursday.

"I am extremely pleased to add Chris to our roster," said Blazers Coach Terry Stotts. "He is a proven NBA talent and will both bolster and complement our front court at both ends of the floor." Kaman provides quality depth in the front court behind Robin Lopez and LaMarcus Aldridge, but he should not be on fantasy radars.

Chris Kaman PF/C POR 6 Months

The Blazers have reached an agreement with Chris Kaman on a two-year, $10 million contract.

This likely takes the Blazers out of the running on Spencer Hawes. Kaman will come in and back up Robin Lopez, who has been remarkably durable in his NBA career. He'll likely just have his minutes in the teens and will not have much fantasy value. The second year of his deal is partially guaranteed.

Chris Kaman PF/C POR 8 Months

Chris Kaman's future with the Lakers is unclear, as the team is still developing a game plan on how to attack next season.

Kaman didn't fit into Mike D'Antoni's scheme and he eventually told Mike D to play him, or develop Robert Sacre instead. Kaman didn't play down the stretch and it's probably safe to say that if D'Antoni is coach next season, Kaman probably won't return to the Lakers.

Chris Kaman PF/C POR 8 Months

Chris Kaman (calf) will not play vs. the Spurs on Wednesday.

Kaman struggled to find favor with coach Mike D'Antoni and he wasn't shy about expressing his displeasure. The few times he did step into a big role it was short-lived, which made him very hard to roster in fantasy leagues. Hopefully he'll find a more suitable role next season, whether in L.A. or elsewhere.