Georges Niang

Team: Philadelphia 76ers

Position: SF

Height: 6'7" (2.01m)

Weight: 230lb (104kg)

Country: USA

Attended: Iowa State

Age: 29 years

Dob: June 17, 1993

Draft: 2016 R2 Pick 50

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Latest Stats

Boston Celtics vs. Philadelphia 76ers on May 07, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 5.69
Rebounds: 1.64
Three Pointers Made: 1.36
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 10.09
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 9.48

Boston Celtics vs. Philadelphia 76ers on May 05, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 5.69
Rebounds: 1.67
Three Pointers Made: 1.36
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 10.14
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 9.55

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Boston Celtics on May 03, 2023 Stats (away)
Points: 5.3
Rebounds: 1.55
Three Pointers Made: 1.28
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 9.45
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 8.9

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Boston Celtics on May 01, 2023 Stats (away)
Points: 5.14
Rebounds: 1.49
Three Pointers Made: 1.23
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 9.11
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 8.58

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Brooklyn Nets on Apr 20, 2023 Stats (away)
Points: 6.55
Rebounds: 1.94
Three Pointers Made: 1.58
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 11.66
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 10.98

Brooklyn Nets vs. Philadelphia 76ers on Apr 17, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 5.94
Rebounds: 1.72
Three Pointers Made: 1.43
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 10.54
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 9.93

Utah Jazz vs. Sacramento Kings on May 16, 2021 Stats ()

Georges Niang is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was born in Methuen, Massachusetts on June 17, 1992 and attended Iowa State University. Niang was voted as a First Team All-American by Sporting News and received the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award in 2015.

Niang started playing basketball at a young age with his older brother and mother coaching him throughout his career. His high school team won two state championships and he earned numerous accolades including being named New Hampshire Player of the Year twice. After high school graduation, Niang chose to attend Iowa State University where he would become one of the most decorated players in program history. He led his team to three NCAA Tournament appearances; finishing as runner-up during his junior season after going undefeated during conference play that same year. During his senior season he finished second on Iowa’s all-time list for points scored (2,228) while also leading them to their first Big 12 regular season title since 2000–01.

Niang’s accomplishments were enough to make him a highly sought after prospect heading into the 2016 NBA Draft where he was selected 50th overall by Indiana Pacers. During his rookie year with Pacers, Niang appeared in 48 games averaging 2 points per game while primarily coming off bench for former coach Nate McMillan’s squad.. Following two more seasons with Indiana, George signed a multiyear deal with Utah Jazz prior to 2018–19 campaign where has provided valuable bench minutes ever since under Quin Snyder’s leadership; culminating into playoff appearances each of past two seasons — albeit without making much noise yet due strong Western Conference competition.. Outside basketball court Georges continues be active member within community through various non profit initiatives like Nellie’s Catwalk 4 Kids founded by fellow resident Elliot Aronmarch which helps provide meals homeless children attending local schools across Salt Lake City area…

In addition Georges serves Ambassador International Justice Mission organization aimed ending global slavery human trafficking! As such looks forward continuing give back wherever possible while striving towards greatness within NBA despite lack top tier talent.. Thanks hard work dedication has consistently improved himself over years now hopes continue trend long run!