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Tony Parker (flu) will not play on Saturday, and Patty Mills will take his spot in the starting lineup.

Mills can fill it up quickly, so don't be surprised if he has a nice scoring night in Parker's absence. The Spurs next game is Tuesday vs. the Lakers, and presumably Parker will be healthy enough to play by then.
Sat, Nov 10, 2012 09:04:00 PM

Kemba Walker's career-high 42 points were not enough against the Magic during a 102-94 loss on Saturday, adding three rebounds, seven assists, one block and five 3-pointers.

He scored 35 points in the second half, which is the most any Hornet has ever scored in a half in Charlotte's NBA history. Walker made 15-of-31 from the field overall and his ridiculous second half gave him a usage rate of 52.3 with an assist percentage of 66.7. He's heating up with 21.9 points per game on 43.8 percent from the field this month.
Dec 27 - 10:04 PM

Rodney Hood (ankle) left Saturday's game against the 76ers, but has since returned and is available to play.

After landed awkwardly under the rim, Hood quickly emerged from the locker room after getting his ankle re-taped and it looks like he is good to go. We will pass along any further updates as needed.
Dec 27 - 9:48 PM

Tony Parker (hamstring) is listed as out for Sunday's game vs. Houston.

Coach Gregg Popovich hinted that Parker could be looking at extended stint on the sidelines, so owners need to have a backup plan ready. Cory Joseph will continue to carry the load for the Spurs at point guard, and should be owned in all leagues for the foreseeable future.
Dec 27 - 9:20 PM

Kawhi Leonard (hand) is out for Sunday's game vs. Houston.

He is still without a timetable for a return and there haven't been many updates on his progress. Leonard's owners will have to remain patient for now, while Danny Green, Manu Ginobili, Marco Belinelli, and Kyle Anderson will all see extra minutes for the time being.
Dec 27 - 9:18 PM

Demarcus Cousins (illness) will play on Saturday vs. the Knicks.

This is fantastic news, as Cousins is going to absolutely feast on Cold Aldrich. Get Cousins in all lineups and don't think twice about it.
Dec 27 - 9:09 PM

Marreese Speights will draw another start against Minnesota on Saturday.

Festus Ezeli (ankle) and Andrew Bogut (knee) are both sidelined, so Speights will continue to see extended run with the first team. However, Bogut is nearing a return and David Lee is finally healthy, so it is only a matter of time before Speights heads back to the waiver wire, as there simply aren't enough minutes to go around in Golden State.
Dec 27 - 8:51 PM

Cole Aldrich and Jason Smith are starting against the Kings on Saturday.

They'll get to guard DeMarcus Cousins, so good luck. Aldrich has played much better on the offensive side while Samuel Dalembert's mental mistakes have piled up. He'll have to hit the boards pretty hard to be a fantasy factor, but it's possible.
Dec 27 - 8:36 PM

J.R. Smith (heel) will not play on Saturday vs. the Kings.

This will be the ninth straight game on the sidelines for Smith, but the good news is that it appears he is getting closer to a return. Tim Hardaway Jr. will continue to start for the Knicks and is worth a look in all leagues.
Dec 27 - 8:36 PM

George Hill started against the Nets on Saturday.

The team didn't announce the starting lineup until tip. Hill will start next to Rodney Stuckey and move C.J. Watson to the bench. Hill should be owned in all leagues based on his high usage and 3-point shooting.
Dec 27 - 8:12 PM

Luc Mbah a Moute (calf) will not play on Saturday against the Jazz.

This is a new injury for Mbah a Moute. The 76ers tend to keep their players out longer than most teams and he has missed a lot of time due to injury in his career, so he's likely out for a handful of games. While he's out, it'll be a collective effort from K.J. McDaniels, JaKarr Sampson, Robert Covington and Henry Sims picking up extra run.
Dec 27 - 7:49 PM

Shawne Williams (foot) is starting against the Grizzlies on Saturday.

He needed a lot of time to warm up and was truly a game-time decision. Williams isn't very involved in the offense and is more of just a floor spacer, so he's not going to have many chances to put up big numbers. Plus, Chris Bosh (calf) is getting closer, so keep him on the wire.
Dec 27 - 7:20 PM




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