Jordan Bell
Jordan Bell
24-Year-Old CenterC
Golden State Warriors
2018 Fantasy Outlook
Bell was one of the biggest surprises of last season, garnering 14.2 minutes per game for Warriors despite being the 38th pick in the 2017 Draft. He was most impressive during his 13 starts, averaging 7.2 points on 60.6 percent shooting, 5.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists and a combined 2.7 blocks/steals across 21.9 minutes. Bell also posted one 20-point game, three games with at least 10 boards, four games with at least five assists, and six games with at least three blocks. Bell should be able to garner more run this season, though the arrival of DeMarcus Cousins -- expected to replace the minutes of the departed JaVale McGee and Zaza Pachulia -- doesn't make the path to a Fantasy-relevant workload simple. Plenty of questions surround Cousins’ situation, including when he'll debut the team and how effective he'll be, so it’s possible Bell ultimately gets put in a situation where he can be worth a late-round Fantasy selection in most standard formats. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a two-year, $2.19 million contract with the Warriors in July of 2017.
Efficient in limited minutes
CGolden State Warriors
January 12, 2019
Bell generated 13 points (6-10 FG, 1-1 FT), two assists, one rebound and two blocks across 15 minutes in the Warriors' 146-109 win over the Bulls on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Bell doesn't often get significant opportunities in his bench role, so he was out there firing away Friday in the blowout win. The 24-year-old has now posted double-digit scoring efforts in the last two games in which he's seen double-digit minutes, with some excellent shooting (11-for-15) pivotal to his success. However, he remains difficult to trust from a fantasy perspective, considering he can often see minimal time or even log a DNP-CD in non-blowout scenarios.
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2017 Fantasy Outlook
Since winning their first NBA title under Steve Kerr in 2014-15, the Warriors have made adding athleticism to the frontcourt a top priority in the draft, and Bell, the 38th overall pick in June who was acquired via trade from the Bulls, certainly fits that ideal. At 6-foot-8 with a 6-foot-11 wingspan, Bell lacks the measurables most teams value in their frontcourt players, but his uncommon agility and explosive leaping ability might be enough to help him find a home in the NBA as a small-ball power forward or center. Since Bell doesn’t have much of a perimeter game and excels mostly as a finisher around the rim, he projects better for the latter position in the modern NBA, but there aren’t many questions about his ability to defend both frontcourt spots. Bell averaged 8.8 boards, 2.3 blocks and 1.3 steals in 28.9 minutes per game as a junior at Oregon, and already turned heads with his play at that end of the court in the summer league. It’s hard to imagine a better landing spot for Bell than Golden State, where he can learn under another undersized, versatile frontcourt defender in Draymond Green, but the Warriors certainly won’t expect the second-round pick to claim a rotation spot right out of the gate. Instead, Bell could bounce between the G-League and NBA regularly as a rookie, picking up minutes off the bench with the Warriors when injuries create openings.
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Sees extra run due to matchup
CGolden State Warriors
January 1, 2019
Bell delivered 10 points (5-5 FG), six rebounds, two assists and three blocks across 16 minutes in the Warriors' 132-109 win over the Suns on Monday.
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Plays nine minutes in loss
CGolden State Warriors
December 19, 2018
Bell had zero points (0-2 FG), three rebounds, and one assist in nine minutes during Wednesday's 108-103 loss to the Jazz.
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Plays 13 minutes in Thursday's loss
CGolden State Warriors
November 16, 2018
Bell contributed two points (1-2 FG), three rebounds, and three assists in 13 minutes during Thursday's 107-86 loss to the Rockets.
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Coming off bench Saturday
CGolden State Warriors
November 10, 2018
Bell will come off the bench for Saturday's contest against the Nets.
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Modest production in spot start
CGolden State Warriors
November 9, 2018
Bell drew the start at power forward for Draymond Green (toe) in Thursday's 134-111 loss to the Bucks and delivered four points (2-3 FG), five rebounds, three assists, one steal and one block across 22 minutes.
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