Quincy Acy (ankle) participated during Monday's practice.
Acy hasn't played since Feb. 5 due to the ankle issue, but this is the first report we have on him going through practice in any capacity, so maybe he can get back on the court for Wednesday's game in Sacramento. That being said, Acy is only averaging 11 minutes per game in Brooklyn, so his playing status is irrelevant in fantasy hoops.
Jeff Hornacek said that with the departure of Brandon Jennings, he may look to give more minutes to Derrick Rose and Ron Baker.
Hornacek said that Baker and Chasson Randle will battle for the backup point guard minutes, but Baker will get the first shot at picking up most of Jennings' minutes. Rose has been averaging 32.3 minutes per game this season, so maybe he'll be able to see that number closer to 36 with Jennings no longer around. Although, given Rose's well-documented injury history, Hornacek may want to keep Rose's playing time in the lower-30s.
Mike Dunleavy (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Celtics.
With Dunleavy unavailable, Ryan Kelly will join the active roster, and he could see his minutes in the teens. Neither of these guys have any fantasy value.
Michael Beasley will move into the starting lineup for Monday's game against the Cavs, with Khris Middleton (rest) unavailable.
This was the expected move, and Beasley could be flirting with minutes in the 30s tonight. He's been scoring very efficiently lately, so he could be worth a look as a streamer, although with a tough matchup in what will likely be a down-tempo game he isn't the best DFS target.
Deron Williams will not be available for Monday's game against the Bucks.
Head coach Tyronn Lue is hopeful to have Williams available for Wednesday's game against the Celtics, but he will not be able to make his Cavs' debut tonight. Williams lost a ton of value with the move to Cleveland, so owners in most leagues should probably just move on and send him to the wire.
Jaylen Brown will return to the bench for Monday's matchup with the Hawks.
Avery Bradley (Achilles) is finally making his long-awaited return tonight, and he'll immediately be thrust into the starting lineup. Unfortunately for Brown, his minutes could start trending back towards the teens once Bradley is fully up to speed, so he's looking like a cut candidate in most leagues.
Channing Frye will come off the bench for Monday's game against Milwaukee.
Richard Jefferson will be moving into the starting five to better matchup with the small-ball Bucks, but this will likely just be a one-game thing. Frye should still see quality minutes off the bench, and he's worth deploying if you're in need of some 3-point shooting.
Kevin Durant (hand) will play Monday vs. the 76ers.
Durant was probably heading into this one, so no surprises here. With Durant back in action, Patrick McCaw will return to the bench, and guys like Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson will sacrifice some touches on offense. Additionally, head coach Steve Kerr said that he will not be resting any of his guys for Monday's game against the 76ers or Tuesday's game vs. the Wizards.