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Danny Green (illness) will play Sunday vs. the Cavs.

Green sat out Friday's game with the illness, but he was never listed on the injury report today and always expected to get back out there. He'll likely start, which will shift Patty Mills back to the second unit.
Feb 25 - 2:53 PM

The Clippers are listing Danilo Gallinari (right hand) as day-to-day.

Gallinari sat out the second game of a back-to-back set in Phoenix on Friday, but he could be back in action as soon as Tuesday's game in Denver. Doc Rivers said that Gallinari's ability to play will be a "pain tolerance thing," so it doesn't sound like he's dealing with anything serious. Tyrone Wallace's minutes will take a hit when Gallinari gets back out there.
Feb 25 - 2:13 PM

Avery Bradley (groin) will miss the next 1-3 weeks of action.

Doc Rivers said that while he doesn't know exactly when Bradley will be able to make it back to the court, he'll be out "a while," and that post-season surgery is something that's being discussed. Milos Teodosic, Tyrone Wallace and Austin Rivers will split his minutes, and with how bad Bradley has been this season, he belongs on the wire in most leagues at this point.

Manu Ginobili (bruised sternum) will not play Sunday vs. the Cavs.

Ginobili isn't dealing with a serious injury, but it doesn't take much for the 40-year-old to hit the sidelines. His minutes will be divvied up between Bryn Forbes and Patty Mills, but that doesn't mean much in fantasy hoops.
Feb 25 - 2:08 PM

Zach LaVine will not play in both ends of a back-to-back for the remainder of the season.

This means two things. The Bulls will continue to be cautious with LaVine's knee and it improves their chances of landing the top pick in the 2018 Draft. The Bulls have four more back-to-back sets this season, so LaVine will miss at least four more contests the rest of the way. It's still unclear if he will play on either Monday vs. the Nets or Tuesday vs. the Hornets.
Feb 25 - 1:49 PM

Eric Bledsoe (left wrist soreness) is expected to play on Sunday vs. the Pelicans according to coach Joe Prunty.

The injury happened late in Friday's game and the Bucks listed him as probable on the injury report. Bledsoe will be re-evaluated after warmups and is technically a game-time call, but barring a setback, he should be fine.
Feb 25 - 1:22 PM

Darren Collison (knee) will not play on Monday vs. Dallas.

Coach Nate McMillan isn't expecting Collison to return during their road trip, so the earliest we will see him based on that timetable is Mar. 5 against the Bucks at home. Cory Joseph and Joe Young will hold down the fort at point guard with Lance Stephenson getting a bump in value off the bench.
Feb 25 - 12:04 PM

Enes Kanter said he wants to remain with the Knicks next season.

"This is the place I want to be," Kanter said. "I’ve said it from the beginning because I know the organization." Kanter has a player option for $18.6 million next season, but it's still unclear what he's planning to do with it. "I’m not saying I’m opting in or opting out," Kanter said. "I’m going to focus on this season, finish this season." Kanter has been very productive with the Knicks and it's best for his fantasy value if he stays in New York.
Source: Newsday
Feb 25 - 11:59 AM
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