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Kawhi Leonard will miss 10-14 days with right knee/quad tendinitis.

This is a terrible break for Kawhi's fantasy owners, and it's surprising since he's coming off a 16-point game on Thursday and has averaged under 29 minutes per game. Stephen Jackson seems like the most likely option to replace him at SF, with extra minutes filtering down to Danny Green and whomever else Gregg Popovich decides to plug into his deep rotation. His most likely return date is Dec. 1 against the Grizzlies.
Fri, Nov 16, 2012 04:49:00 PM

Kelly Olynyk (left eye laceration) will attempt to play vs. the Pacers on Wednesday.

It's a crucial game for both teams' playoff hopes, which explains why Olynyk is even considering playing -- he took a hard elbow during warmups and his eye has swelled up to nearly the size of a golf ball (you can see it via the link below). We doubt he'll be very effective tonight and there's still a chance he won't even play, which makes him a very shaky option.
Apr 1 - 6:45 PM

Dion Waiters (foot) will play vs. the Mavericks on Wednesday.

He didn't have any setbacks during shootaround and it sounds like his re-evaluation on Tuesday went well, so Waiters should be in the clear. That doesn't make him a reliable fantasy option, of course, as he shot just 41.7 percent from the field and 62.9 percent from the FT line in March.
Apr 1 - 6:26 PM

Terrence Jones (ribs, lung) will play against the Kings on Wednesday and will have a minutes restriction.

This is great to see after a very scary injury put him in the hospital last month. The Rockets have yet to decide on Dwight Howard, but Jones should still be able to get 16-24 minutes tonight in his first game back. The Rockets have a back-to-back, so Jones should be owned in all leagues with two games in the next two days.
Apr 1 - 6:20 PM

C.J. Miles (ankle) and Rodney Stuckey (wrist) are available to play against the Celtics on Wednesday.

Coach Frank Vogel said that both players are banged up heading into tonight, so they're likely to have their minutes limited. Miles has struggled to stay on the court even when he's entering a game at full health, so he's risky to start in any league. If he's unable to play through the injury, C.J. Watson, Solomon Hill and Damjan Rudez would step up.
Apr 1 - 6:05 PM

Updating a previous item, Jason Richardson (knee) will play against the Wizards on Wednesday.

He was expected to miss tonight and a game over the weekend, so this is a surprise. Richardson hasn't played well at all and is still not worth grabbing in almost any league. His return will take some minutes away from Jerami Grant, Hollis Thompson and Robert Covington.
Apr 1 - 5:53 PM

Dewayne Dedmon (ankle) will start Wednesday's game vs. the Spurs.

He's missed four games over the past few weeks but didn't have any setbacks after practicing on Tuesday, so he should see his usual 20-25 minutes tonight. He's not an appealing fantasy player, though he's a decent streaming option if you need rebounds, blocks and FG percentage. Channing Frye and Andrew Nicholson lose the most with Dedmon back in action.
Apr 1 - 5:22 PM

Shabazz Napier had successful surgery for a sports hernia and will miss the rest of the regular season.

There's a chance of Napier making it back in the postseason with the Heat currently sitting the seven spot for the Eastern Conference standings. Napier was already leapfrogged by Tyler Johnson and doesn't get consistent minutes anyway. He'll look to improve next season.
Source: NBA.com
Apr 1 - 4:26 PM

Alex Len (nose) will miss one week after suffering a broken nose on Monday.

Just when he was getting it going, Len gets hurt again. He can be dropped in just about all leagues considering he's going to miss almost half of the Suns' remaining games. With Len out, Brandan Wright is now back to being a must-own player in all leagues. Expect to see some Markieff Morris at the five while Earl Barron could play some as well.
Apr 1 - 3:57 PM

Kevin Love (back) will be a game-time decision to face the Heat on Thursday.

He went through non-contact portions of practice on Wednesday. Love has previously said his back issue is not a problem and the Cavs did rest him for two games last month, so it wouldn't be a surprise to see him rest again. If he's out, Tristan Thompson would directly benefit while J.R. Smith may get more shots, too.
Apr 1 - 2:36 PM

Luol Deng did not practice on Wednesday and he will be a game-time decision to face the Cavs on Thursday.

He would likely have to cover LeBron James, so Deng might have to be close to 100 percent to be active. Deng didn't play on Tuesday, which allowed James Ennis to get 27 minutes and seven points in the starting lineup. Henry Walker would also benefit. The Heat have three games from Thursday to Sunday, so their players have some nice value right now in daily season-long leagues.
Apr 1 - 2:29 PM

Jeremy Lin (illness) will start against the Pelicans on Wednesday.

He missed two games due to a respiratory issue and he could be back up to his normal playing time of around 30 minutes. Lin had trouble speaking on Monday due to soreness in his throat, so there's a little risk in starting him in fantasy on a 12-game night. Jabari Brown is much less attractive now.
Apr 1 - 2:23 PM




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