Tomas Satoransky
Tomas Satoransky
27-Year-Old GuardG
Chicago Bulls
2019 Fantasy Outlook
For the second year in a row, Satoransky saw his workload increase with the Wizards. That resulted in career highs nearly across the board for the former 32nd overall pick. His role truly opened up once John Wall was lost due to injury, and Satoransky posted 10.7 points, 6.2 assists, 4.3 rebounds and 1.1 steals as a starter. But Washington decided to move on from Satoransky during the offseason, and the Bulls swooped in to sign him to a three-year, $30 million deal. While Chicago has young point guard options in Kris Dunn and rookie Coby White, the organization has openly place Dunn on the trading block, and starting a rookie point guard is a high-risk move for a team hoping for a postseason berth. So it appears Satoransky will join Chicago's starting five, possibly allowing him a bigger role than he's seen up to this point. Even on the off-chance that Satoransky isn't the Bulls' full-time starter, he can play three positions and could make for a great sixth man off the bench. At 6-foot-7 with a well-rounded skillset, Satoransky can play both guard spots, as well as small forward. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a three-year, $30 million contract with the Wizards in July of 2019. Traded to the Bulls in July of 2019.
Joins Chicago in sign-and-trade
GChicago Bulls
July 1, 2019
The Bulls acquired Satoransky from the Wizards on Monday as part of a sign-and-trade deal, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Satoransky will sign a three-year, $30 million contract, per Wojnarowski.
During his third season in Washington in 2018-19, Satoransky saw his largest role to date after stepping in as the team's starting point guard in December following John Wall's season-ending Achilles' surgery. He averaged 8.9 points, 5.0 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 1.0 steal in 27.1 minutes per contest while shooting a respectable 48.5 percent from the floor and 39.5 percent from distance. With lottery pick Coby White and holdover Kris Dunn representing the Bulls' top options at point guard, Satoransky projects to serve as the team's top reserve on the wing behind starters Zach LaVine and Otto Porter. In return for Satoransky, who was a restricted free agent, the Wizards will have protections removed on the 2023 second-round pick they previously acquired from Chicago. Washington will also receive the better of Memphis and Chicago's 2020 second-round pick along with the right to swap the Lakers' 2022 second-round pick with the better of Chicago and Detroit's 2022 second-round selections.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Satoransky saw his first major minutes during the 2017-18 campaign with starting point guard John Wall missing 41 games due to injury. That allowed him to pick up 30 starts across 73 games and tally a career-high workload of 22.5 minutes for the season. Satoransky played particularly well during those 30 starts, averaging 10.4 points, 5.8 assists and 4.4 rebounds across 30.7 minutes, while shooting a blistering 53.2 percent from the field and 50.8 percent from deep. That certainly bodes well for his future in the NBA, but unfortunately doesn't guarantee him a significant role heading into his third season in 2018-19. Wall is expected to be back to full strength and the Wizards also traded for combo guard Austin Rivers, so Satoransky is going to face a much more crowded path to playing time. He'll surely still provide some key reserve minutes at point guard for stretches of games, but the added bodies likely mean Satoransky will have a tough time matching his breakout season. For that reason, the 26-year-old is nothing more than a dynasty stash when considering his Fantasy value.
Satoransky, a rookie last season out of the Czech Republic, saw a spotty workload during 2016-17. Despite having solid athleticism and basketball IQ, he was still quite raw during his first season in the States, posting 2.7 points, 1.6 assists and 1.5 rebounds across 12.6 minutes per game. The 6-foot-7, 25-year-old also shot 41.5 percent from the field and went 9-of-37 (24.3 percent) from deep. The Wizards drafted him in the second round with the hopes of him being a jack-of-all trades player on both sides of the ball, capable of playing point guard through small forward. That was somewhat the case last year, as he spent 62 percent of his time at shooting guard and 35 percent at small forward, but just three percent at point guard and one percent at power forward. It may be tough for coach Scott Brooks to find him minutes once again, as the Wizards have a seemingly established set of reserves at each position. He’ll likely see run if the team deals multiple injuries, however. That said, he can almost certainly be avoided in the vast majority of Fantasy formats, as we have very little to go on as far as his NBA potential and he doesn’t seem to be slated for an increased workload.
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Finishes season strong
GWashington Wizards
April 9, 2019
Satoransky scored 19 points (6-8 FG, 3-3 3Pt, 4-6 FT) and registered four rebounds along with five assists over 28 minutes Tuesday against Boston.
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Thrives as facilitator
GWashington Wizards
March 27, 2019
Satoransky turned in eight points (4-10 FG, 0-3 3Pt), 11 assists, five rebounds and one steal across 37 minutes in the Wizards' 124-106 loss to the Lakers on Tuesday.
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Double-double in Thursday's loss
GWashington Wizards
March 21, 2019
Satoransky amassed 16 points (5-7 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 4-4 FT), 10 assists, four rebounds, and one steal in 34 minutes during Thursday's 113-108 loss to the Nuggets.
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Will play Saturday
GWashington Wizards
March 16, 2019
Satoransky (head) will play in Saturday's game against Memphis, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports.
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Cleared to play
GWashington Wizards
March 16, 2019
Satoransky (concussion) will play Saturday against the the Grizzlies, Ben Standig of NBC Sports Washington reports.
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