2014-15: T.J. Warren Ranked 16th among rookies with an average of 6.1 points (52.8 FG%, 73.7 FT%), in addition to 2.1 rebounds and 15.4 minutes in 40 games (one start). In the second half following the All-Star break, ranked 2nd among rookies with at least 40 field goal attempts with a 55.0 FG% and14th with 7.8 points per game. He posted nine games with at least 10 points. Warren scored season-high 18 points on 8-10 FG vs. Oklahoma City on March 29.. He made first career start in season finale vs. L.A. Clippers and played a season-high 43 minutes (most by a Suns rookie since Stoudemire). G LEAGUE: He played in nine games over four assignments with the Suns’ G League affiliate, the Bakersfield Jam, averaging 26.8 points (54.4 FG%), 7.0 rebounds, 1.6 steals and 35.4 minutes.
2015-16: In his second NBA season, he averaged 11.0 points (50.1 FG%, 40.0 3FG%, 70.3 FT%) and 3.1 rebounds in 22.8 minutes in 47 games (four starts) before missing the season’s final 34 games with a right foot fracture. He became the first NBA rookie or sophomore to average at least 10 points while shooting over 50 percent from the field and 40 percent from three-point territory (min. 30 attempts) since Ty Lawson did so in 2010-11; joined Lawson, Nicolas Batum, Josh Childress, Mark Price, Byron Scott and Andrew Toney as the only players in NBA history to accomplish this in one of their first two NBA seasons. He ranked 23rd in the NBA in field goal percentage at the time of his injury, and 2nd among qualified second-year players (Nerlens Noel). Warren recorded 26 games with 10+ points and three with 20+ points. He posted one game with 10+ rebounds and one double-double. He set season highs with 29 points (11-17 FG) and four steals in addition to nine rebounds while playing 41 minutes at Oklahoma City on Dec. 31. He recorded his first career double-double by scoring 15 points to go with career-highs of 11 rebounds and three blocks at Toronto on Nov. 29. He missed one game with flu-like symptoms (Nov. 18) and the final 34 games with a right foot fracture.
2016-17: Warren averaged 14.4 points, 5.1 rebounds, 1.2 steals, 1.1 assists and 31.0 minutes in 66 games (59 starts). He ranked 28th on the NBA leaderboard by shooting 49.5 FG%. After the All-Star break, averaged 17.6 points on 56.0 FG% and 7.7 rebounds, one of just six players to average at least 15 points on at least 55 FG% after the break; the only other non-center to do so was LeBron James. He recorded 48 games with 10+ points, 18 with 20+ and one with 30+. He recorded five games with 10+ rebounds and five double-doubles. Warren tallied 30 points for the first time in his career with 30 points (13-18 FG) while playing a career-high 46 minutes at Oklahoma City on Oct. 28. He scored 18 points including the game-winner with :07.4 left in OT at New Orleans on Nov. 4. He grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds and scored 23 points for his fifth and final double-double of the season and first career 15/15 game vs. Oklahoma City on April 7. He scored 21 points on 8-8 FG and 3-3 FT vs. Dallas on April 9, becoming the first Suns player to score 20+ points without missing a field goal or free throw since Steve Nash in 2011. He missed 13 games with a minor head injury (Nov. 19-Dec. 15), two games with a left foot contusion (March 23-24) and one game to illness (April 2).
2017-18: In his fourth pro season, he averaged career-high 19.6 points on 49.8 FG% and 75.7 FT% plus 5.1 rebounds, 1.3 assist and 1.0 steals in 33.0 minutes in 65 games (all starts). He ranked 24th in the NBA in points per game and ranked 30th in field goal percentage. Warrem averaged 21.0 points on 48.5 FG% after the All-Star break with his 21.0 points ranking 18th in the NBA...Had 57 games with 10+ points, 34 with 20+ points, five with 30+ and one with 40+. The Suns went 10-3 when he scored 25+ points. He had six games with 10+ rebounds and six double-doubles. His six double-doubles matched his career total entering the season. He scored a career-high 40 points on 16-22 FG at Washington on Nov. 1. Warren scored 35 points on 15-22 FG in win vs. Minnesota on Nov. 11. He tied his career-high with 16 made field goals in scoring 35 points at Atlanta on March 4. He missed one game to illness (Jan. 5), two games to low back soreness (Jan. 14-16), one game to ischial tuberosity contusion (Feb. 28), two games to low back sprain (March 8-10) and 11 games to left knee inflammation (March 20-April 10)
2018-19: Warren played 43 games and started 36 for the Suns in his fifth NBA season. He averaged 18.0 points, 4.1 rebounds and career highs with 1.5 assists and 1.2 steals per game. He shot 48.6 percent from the field and improved his 3-point percentage by over 20 percent as he shot 42.8 percent from distance. He also set a career best by shooting 81.5 percent from the foul line. He set a season high with 30 points in a win over Dallas, 12/13. Warren tied his career high with four 3-pointers twice during the season, including a 26-point outing in the Suns’ win at New York, 12/17.