Charles Jenkins PG PHI May 05 '79

Charles Jenkins agreed to play for Red Star of Belgrade in the Serbian league next season.

Some fantasy owners may remember Jenkins' fantastic finish in his rookie season while Stephen Curry missed time in 2012, averaging 16.5 points and 8.5 assists in the last four games of the season, but he fell off and the Sixers did not send him a qualifying offer earlier this month. The 24-year-old guard may be stuck overseas for a while.

Charles Jenkins PG PHI Apr 11 '79

The 76ers did not extend a qualifying offer to Charles Jenkins, making him an unrestricted FA.

The 23-year-old Jenkins has already drawn interest from Maccabi Tel Aviv, but he wants to gauge his value in the NBA before agreeing to play overseas. He averaged 2.5 points per game in 12 appearances with the Sixers last season.

Charles Jenkins PG PHI Mar 28 '79

Maccabi Tel Aviv reportedly has interest in former 76ers guard Charles Jenkins.

Jenkins wants to test the NBA market before looking overseas, however, so Maccabi's interest is likely to remain unresolved for at least a few more weeks. He played 59 games with the Warriors and 76ers last season, but never scored more than eight points in a game.

Charles Jenkins PG PHI Dec 17 '78

Charles Jenkins will start Friday's game against the Heat at shooting guard.

Jenkins is a better player than Royal Ivey and has a brighter future. He'll guard Mario Chalmers while point guard Jrue Holiday deals with Dwyane Wade. We'd still look to sixth man Dorell Wright if scraping for a fantasy play here. Nick Young (ankle) is out.

Charles Jenkins PG PHI Dec 05 '78

Charles Jenkins was active for the 76ers on Saturday but he did not leave the bench.

Jenkins was acquired for nothing more than a second-round pick, a trade that hardly anyone noticed outside of Philly, but it's reasonable to think he'll eventually steal 10-15 minutes from reserve guards Royal Ivey and Jeremy Pargo. Avoid them all if you are able.

Charles Jenkins PG PHI Dec 02 '78

The Warriors traded seldom-used PG Charles Jenkins to the 76ers on Thursday.

Jenkins lacks 3-point range and won't have fantasy relevance while Jrue Holiday is healthy, but it's a nice cheap pickup for the 76ers (they gave up a second-round pick). He's only playing six minutes per game this season, but in 2011-12 he started 28 games for the Warriors, averaging 8.6 points, 5.1 assists and 1.0 steals in 25 minutes per game.

Charles Jenkins PG PHI Oct 23 '78

Charles Jenkins (calf) returned to action on Friday, playing four minutes with two rebounds and a block.

Jenkins is buried on the depth chart and has no fantasy value.

Charles Jenkins PG PHI Oct 21 '78

Charles Jenkins (left calf) was limited during Thursday's practice.

Golden State's backup PG is averaging six minutes per game this year, and he's not a fantasy asset as long as Steph Curry and Jarrett Jack are healthy.

Charles Jenkins PG PHI May 11 '78

The contract for Charles Jenkins will become guaranteed on August 1.

GM Bob Myers said that Jenkins "almost certainly" will not be waived and he is "part of the team's future," so we expect him to stick around. Jenkins averaged 5.8 points and 3.3 assists during his rookie season, but averaged 8.6 points, 5.1 assists and 1.0 steals in 28 starts down the stretch of last year.

Charles Jenkins PG PHI Feb 03 '78

Charles Jenkins hit just 4-of-16 shots but still managed to finish with 10 points, five rebounds and 10 assists as the Warriors (barely) lost to the Hornets on Tuesday.

The Warriors need to lose out in hopes of keeping their bottom-7 protected draft pick (traded to Utah), and a late goal tending call helped bail them out tonight. They currently sit in eighth place, and are likely headed toward a coin flip with the loser of the Raptors vs. Nets game on Thursday. In any case, as it appears that Nate Robinson's season is over, Jenkins should see plenty of minutes against the Spurs on Thursday. Luckily, the Warriors play San Antonio in the finale, or they might accidentally win one. Then again, Gregg Popovich might enjoy torturing them and tank even harder than the Warriors will.