|Date of Birth||9/15/1993|
|Height, Weight||6'1", 172 lbs|
|Drafted||2013 - Rd 1 by ATL|
|1||Nuggets to sign Richard Jefferson, waive Jameer Nelson|
|2||Report: Richard Jefferson in talks with Milwaukee|
|3||Report: Pistons waive guard Beno Udrih|
|4||Report: Cavs almost traded Richard Jefferson in 2016 for leaking title rings on Snapchat|
|5||Report: Cavaliers trading Richard Jefferson, Kay Felder to Hawks for cash|
Schroder will return to the starting lineup for Monday's preseason matchup with the Grizzlies, Grizzlies radio play-by-play announcer Eric Hasseltine reports.
Schroder got the night off for rest during the Hawks' last preseason game, but will be back in the starting lineup Monday and could see a farily large workload as the Hawks prepare for the team's regular season opener in just over a week. Schroder is fully expected to take on the bulk of the play-making duties during the upcoming campaign.
Schroder will not play during Friday's preseason game against the Pistons.
After taking a combined 32 shots across 47 total minutes during the team's first two preseason games, Schroder will get the night off. It doesn't appear he's dealing with an injury, so it's probably just for rest. In his stead, Malcolm Delaney will likely see the largest benefit at the point guard position.
Schroder had 18 points as the Hawks earned their first preseason victory over the Cavs on Wednesday.
Schroder could very well be on the verge of an even bigger season after averaging 17.9 points and 6.3 assists in 2016-17. He's certainly worth at look in your fantasy draft.
Schroder tallied 18 points (7-15 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four assists, two rebounds and one steal across 25 minutes during Wednesday's 109-93 victory over the Cavaliers.
As expected, Schroder is clearly the focal point of the Hawks' offense, as he's taken 32 shots across 47 minutes over the team's first two preseason games. Impressively, he's also committed just one total turnover while handing out nine assists in those games.
Schroder scored 12 points and handed out five assists in the Hawks' preseason opener against the Heat on Sunday.
The point guard was arrested a few days earlier on charges of misdemeanor battery, but he was able to play Sunday, and at this point it's unclear if he'll face further discipline from the league or the Hawks. The team acknowledged the situation over the weekend, stating that it will allow the legal process to play out before coming to a decision. Until further notice, expect Schroder to remain the team's starting point guard and No. 1 offensive option.