Kyle Lowry (right wrist) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Trail Blazers.
The swelling in Lowry's wrist has gone down, and all the tests performed came back clean, so it doesn't sound like this is a very serious injury. Head coach Dwane Casey said he's considering Lowry day-to-day, so for now, we'll be considering him questionable for Monday's game in New York. With Lowry out tonight, Cory Joseph will draw the start and DeMar DeRozan will be working with a Russell Westbrook-like usage rate.
Al-Farouq Aminu (left knee) is good to go for Sunday's game against the Raptors.
Trail Blazers beat writer Mike Richman speculates that Aminu will be coming off the bench in his first game back following a two-game absence, meaning that Noah Vonleh would remain Portland's starting power forward. Still, Aminu's numbers have actually been slightly better as a reserve this season, so feel free to get him active.
Wilson Chandler will enter the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Grizzlies, with Kenneth Faried (back) unavailable.
Through 19 starts this season, Chandler owns averages of 16.8 points, 6.5 boards, 2.6 dimes, 1.5 triples, 1.1 steals and 1.9 turnovers per game, so make sure you have him active. Jameer Nelson, Gary Harris, Danilo Gallinari and Nikola Jokic will join him in the starting five.
Avery Bradley (Achilles) will not suit up for Sunday's game against the Pistons.
Bradley was able to get in some pregame work, and head coach Brad Stevens said he'd be back "any day now," so perhaps Bradley will be able to return for Monday's home game against the Hawks. With Bradley out, Jaylen Brown will get another start with Marcus Smart logging extended minutes with the second unit.
Reggie Jackson (neck) will start Sunday vs. the Celtics.
Stan Van Gundy said that the team has been winning, so he's not thinking about changing his starting five at the moment. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Marcus Morris, Jon Leuer and Andre Drummond will join Jackson in the starting five.
Chris McCullough is unlikely to make his Wizards' debut Sunday vs. Utah.
Even if McCullough does get activated for tonight's game, he's buried on the depth chart in Washington and unlikely to have a meaningful role with the team this season. Leave him on the wire.
Reggie Jackson (neck spasms) is questionable to play Sunday vs. the Celtics.
Jackson wasn't able to go through shootaround, although he was able to get in some work around 3pm ET, so he's shaping up to be a game-time call for tonight's game. Owners will have to check back closer to tip-off for an official update, but if he's out, Ish Smith would draw the start and he'd be someone to consider throwing out there as a streamer or low-budget DFS option. Stay tuned.
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.