Kevin Durant (left hand contusion) is questionable to play Monday vs. the 76ers.
Durant sat out Saturday's easy win over the Nets, and with a matchup against the 76ers on Monday, Steve Kerr may elect to hold his superstar on the sidelines rather than risk him aggravating the injury against one of the worst teams in the league. Patrick McCaw got the start in his place on Saturday night, but it was Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson who saw the biggest uptick in value sans The Duranchula. It'll be more of the same if Durant is out again on Monday.
Dewayne Dedmon will remain in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Lakers.
Pau Gasol is healthy again, but Gregg Popovich is working him back into things slowly by bringing him off the bench. Tony Paker, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge will join Dedmon in the starting five for today's game.
Wade Baldwin has been sent down for a D-League stint.
As long as Mike Conley is healthy, Baldwin will remain irrelevant in all leagues.
Jarell Martin has been sent down for a D-League stint.
He hasn't played in an NBA game since January 21.
Mike Malone said that Emmanuel Mudiay is still not 100 percent recovered from his back issues, but he's good enough to be able to play.
Mudiay was only able to earn five minutes off the bench his last time out, and with him still not quite 100 percent, Malone may continue to limit his minutes. Simply put, Mudiay is not worth the headache in standard leagues.
Ian Mahinmi (back) will be available to play Sunday vs. the Jazz.
Mahinmi may be able to earn minutes in the teens tonight, but he's a non-factor in fantasy hoops.
Andrew Bogut is expected to join the Cavs once he's bought out from his contract in Philly, according to sources of Tim MacMahon of ESPN.
Bogut would play limited minutes behind Tristan Thompson in Cleveland, so that would not be an ideal spot for him in terms of fantasy value. He can be left on the waiver wire in most leagues.
Malik Beasley has been recalled from the D-League.
He only plays if the game is a blowout. Leave him on the wire.