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Marcin Gortat left Friday's game after taking an elbow from teammate Luis Scola and returned to start the fourth quarter.

Gortat wasn't out for long and owners shouldn't be concerned at this time.
Fri, Nov 9, 2012 10:52:00 PM

James Ennis (calf) has progressed to going through non-contact, on-court work, and he will be re-evaluated in 7-10 days.

That means Ennis will miss all of Memphis' games this upcoming week, which means Troy Williams and Troy Daniels will get all the run they can handle with Tony Allen flirting with close to 30 minutes. Ennis is not worth stashing in most leagues.
Source: NBA.com
Dec 5 - 3:06 PM

Dwyane Wade (rest) will return to action Monday vs. the Trail Blazers.

Wade was rested on the second game of a back-to-back set on Saturday, and he could again be rested on Tuesday, although the Bulls haven't yet made an official decision on that. With Rajon Rondo (suspension) out tonight, Wade will spend some more time running the offense in Chicago. Nikola Mirotic will likely be heading back to the bench tonight.
Dec 5 - 2:17 PM

Josh Richardson (ankle, wrist) is questionable for Tuesday's game vs. the Knicks.

He was a limited participant at Monday's practice, and said he still felt "a little bit" of discomfort on his sprained ankle, but owners can check back for another update following Tuesday morning's shootaround. With James Johnson (shoulder), Dion Waiters (groin) and Justise Winslow (wrist) out for Tuesday, Richardson is looking at minutes in the 30s if he's able to play.
Dec 5 - 1:40 PM

James Johnson (right rotator cuff strain) will not play on Tuesday vs. the Knicks.

The Heat just can't catch a break. This is a new injury for Johnson and it's not clear how much time he will miss. Justise Winslow (wrist) and Dion Waiters (groin) remain out, while Luke Babbitt (hip) and Josh Richardson (ankle) are questionable. Expect to see a lot of three-guard lineups vs. the Knicks with Rodney McGruder and Wayne Ellington picking up some minutes at the three.
Dec 5 - 1:32 PM

Justise Winslow (wrist) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game vs. the Knicks.

He didn't practice on Monday and the Heat won't let him play until he returns to full practice. The good news is that he's nearing a return and we may see him later in the week. With Dion Waiters (groin) out and James Johnson (shoulder) going down, Winslow will have to play heavy minutes right away when he returns.
Dec 5 - 1:30 PM

Jose Calderon (right hamstring strain) is expected to be sidelined for 2-4 weeks.

An MRI confirmed the diagnosis as the bad luck continues to pile up on the Lakers. Marcelo Huertas could end up moving into the starting lineup until D'Angelo Russell (knee) is able to return, as coach Luke Walton prefers to keep Lou Williams and Jordan Clarkson with the second unit. Brandon Ingram should also have the ball in his hands a bit more moving forward.
Dec 5 - 12:55 PM

Anthony Davis (right foot sprain) is probable for Monday's game vs. Memphis.

Davis denied reports that he had X-rays on his foot after Sunday's game, but this confirms that he did tweak something and that he may not be 100 percent Monday night. Season-long owners can pencil him into lineups, but he's a little more risky than usual in DFS. He has battled a variety of ailments this season including minor knocks to his right shoulder and knee, but he's only missed one game so far. He's also playing 37.5 minutes per game, so the Pelicans are asking for trouble.
Dec 5 - 12:34 PM

Jerian Grant will start in place of the suspended Rajon Rondo on Monday vs. the Blazers.

Rondo will be back for Tuesday's game vs. Detroit, so Grant is just a low-end streaming option for Monday and a cheap punt play in DFS. In two previous starts this season, Grant averaged 12.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 3.5 steals and 1.0 triple in 30.0 minutes.
Dec 5 - 12:20 PM

Trevor Ariza (back spasms) is questionable for Monday's game vs. Boston.

He said on Sunday that he was feeling better, but he sat out of practice and wouldn't commit to playing. If Ariza is held out, Sam Dekker has been playing really well and should get a nice boost -- he's played 26 or more minutes in three straight games, scoring in double digits in each.
Dec 5 - 12:09 PM

Seth Curry (right knee sprain) is a game-time call against the Hornets on Monday.

He's missed two games in a row, but he went through the morning shootaround which is always a good sign. He's day-to-day and should play a ton down the stretch for the tanking Mavs, so it's a good idea to hold him if you can in standard leagues. Deron Williams has played 30 or more minutes in the two games that Curry missed, while Devin Harris has been playing minutes in the teens.
Dec 5 - 12:07 PM

The Grizzlies have signed veteran PG/SG Toney Douglas by using the NBA’s hardship rule.

He was the "frontrunner" to sign for the Grizzlies after they worked out a few point guards last week. With Mike Conley (back) looking at a multi-week absence, Douglas should immediately see minutes on his new team which puts him on the radar in deeper leagues. For now, most owners should use a wait-and-see approach because it's not clear how big of a role he will have. Andrew Harrison's owners should be slightly concenred as his value could take a hit with the arrival of Douglas. We'll let you know if he's active for Monday's game vs. the Pelicans.
Source: NBA.com
Dec 5 - 12:04 PM




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