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.
Suns head coach Earl Watson said that both Tyson Chandler and Brandon Knight's minutes will be "fluid" moving forward.
Watson knows that player development needs to be a priority for Phoenix as we approach the second half of the season, so it sounds like both Chandler and Knight's minutes could fluctuate wildly from night-to-night. Alex Len has already replaced Chandler in the starting five, and he could be collecting DNPs on back-to-back sets moving forward. Knight hasn't been worth owning all year long, so those that were stashing him in hopes that he'd get dealt at the deadline should move on.
Alex Len will remain in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Bucks.
Len was able to see 35 minutes his last time out as a starter, but Tyson Chandler was rested for that game, so it'll be interesting to see how many minutes Len can earn with Chandler active. Eric Bledsoe, Devin Booker, T.J. Warren and Marquese Chriss will join Len in the starting five for today's matinee.
The Knicks have assigned Ron Baker, Maurice Ndour and Mashall Plumlee to their D-League affiliate.
None of these guys are regular rotation players in New York, so there's no fantasy spin with this report.
Patrick Beverley (groin) was withheld from competing during Sunday's practice as a precautionary measure.
Beverley said that his groin was feeling a bit tight, but he's not expecting to miss Monday's game against the Pacers. Check back for official confirmation on his status following Monday morning's shootaround.
Nene (rest) did not practice on Sunday.
Head coach Mike D'Antoni described Nene's absence from Sunday's practice as precautionary, so he'll likely be good to go for Monday's game against the Pacers. He's a non-option in standard leagues, though.