Hartenstein's Monster Weekend Earns NBA G League Weekly Honors
EDINBURG, Texas - The NBA G League announced today that Houston Rockets assignee, Isaiah Hartenstein, was named NBA G League Player of the Week.
The 7-foot center averaged 30.5 points and 20.0 rebounds in two games played this past week. Hartenstein also had six total blocks.
On Friday night, Hartenstein had a game-high of 27 points and a season-high of 21 rebounds, adding three blocks. He shot 13-15 from the field. Against Northern Arizona on Saturday, Hartenstein pushed through with a season-high of 34 points, tallying 19 rebounds. He also dished out four assists and totaled three blocks.
The Vipers will host the Iowa Wolves for a mid-week matchup. The game will be on Wednesday, March 11 with tip-off set at 7:00 p.m. CT.
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