Roy Hibbert will not play for the Nuggets on Thursday.
He still hasn't joined his new team and when he does, he's going to see pretty limited minutes behind Nikola Jokic and company.
Chris Paul (thumb) will not play against the Warriors on Thursday night.
The Clippers are on a back-to-back set, so CP3 has a decent chance to play on Friday against the Spurs. He has been cleared to play in games, but he did beat his target date by about a week. Raymond Felton and Austin Rivers will get another go with an expanded role.
Kenneth Faried (ankle) and Emmanuel Mudiay (back) are available to play against the Kings on Thursday.
This is a surprise with Faried listed as doubtful on Wednesday. He should be sticking in the starting lineup, but his playing time may be dropping with the Nuggets having most of their depth and also Mason Plumlee in the fold.
Darrell Arthur (illness) is available to play on Thursday against the Kings.
His role should be pretty limited off the bench, especially with the Nuggets finally getting healthy again. However, Kenneth Faried (available) is a little iffy with his sprained ankle, so Arthur might see a few more minutes than normal tonight if Faried struggles with his ankle.
Emmanuel Mudiay (back) is available off the bench against the Kings on Thursday.
He has lost his starting job and his playing time is like going to be cut. Jameer Nelson figures to see playing time around 30 minutes while Mudiay could be closer to 20. Nelson is a hold in standard leagues while Mudiay just isn't ready yet in his second season.
Once Andrew Bogut becomes a free agent, the Warriors are eligible to sign him.
The NBA's reacquisition rule only applies on the last trade, so the only team that couldn't sign him would be Dallas. Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical adds the Warriors are undecided on Bogut. Regardless, he doesn't have much fantasy value.
David West (thumb) will play against the Clippers on Thursday night.
The 36-year-old forward is back after missing the last month due to his thumb fracture. West's return means fewer minutes for Andre Iguoldala and Kevon Looney. West isn't worth owning in most leagues.
JaVale McGee will move back to the bench against the Clippers on Thursday.
He has fared well as the starter and coach Steve Kerr was considering starting him tonight. However, McGee will move back to the second unit and should only be looking at around 10-15 minutes tonight.