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Mo Williams (foot) will return to the lineup on Friday.

"For sure," Williams said when asked if he'd play. Williams has now gotten clearance from the training staff and will resume his typical role as the starting point guard. Jamaal Tinsley will head back to the bench.
Fri, Nov 30, 2012 11:33:00 AM

Derrick Rose (ankle) will miss Tuesday's game against the Bulls and Wednesday's game against the Nets.

He's still nursing a left ankle sprain and the Cavs won't bring him back until he's 100 percent. Jose Calderon is looking at at least two more starts, but he scored just two points in 14 minutes in his previous fill-in start.
Oct 23 - 1:40 PM

Marcus Morris (sore right knee) will not play this week, according to coach Brad Stevens.

That means at least three more DNPs are coming for Morris, although he did go through non-contact portions of Monday's practice. Boston could really use another healthy body, but they'll play it safe with Morris and it doesn't help that he missed a lot of training camp and the preseason. Even when he's cleared to play, he's unlikely to be more than a fringe option in 12-team leagues.
Oct 23 - 1:35 PM

Aaron Gordon (ankle) practiced on Monday and is expected to return on Tuesday vs. the Nets.

This is a relief for fantasy owners and Magic fans after Gordon missed the past two games. Gordon had a dominant preseason and looked good in the opener with 14 points, nine boards, three assists, two blocks and one 3-pointer in 34 minutes. We'll confirm his availability after Monday's shootaround. Jonathan Isaac will shift to the bench with Gordon back and Mario Hezonja will likely be pushed out of the rotation.
Oct 23 - 1:33 PM

Tyreke Evans (left knee contusion) is questionable for Monday's game vs. the Rockets.

Any time we see Evans dealing with a knee issue it's a little concerning, but this sounds like a minor bruise. With Wayne Selden (quad) already ruled out, Andrew Harrison, Mario Chalmers and Dillon Brooks may be asked to take on more minutes if Evans can't go.
Oct 23 - 1:31 PM

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Suns are engaged in trade talks for Eric Bledsoe with several teams.

Bledsoe was sent home from the morning shootaround and it doesn't sound like he will play for the Suns again -- he's already been ruled out for Monday's game. Until we know what teams are interested, it's hard to predict what type of value he will have in a new city. The good news is that a move would reduce his shut-down risk since the Suns are tanking harder than any other team.
Oct 23 - 1:28 PM

Ersan Ilyasova will not play on Monday vs. Miami due to a left knee strain.

Ersanity was never known for his durability and the Hawks have every reason to be cautious in a rebuilding year. John Collins and Mike Muscala should both be more involved on Monday, but Collins is the guy you want in your fantasy lineup.
Oct 23 - 1:17 PM

Dennis Schroder (left ankle sprain) will not play on Monday vs. the Heat.

An MRI on Monday morning confirmed a sprain for Schroder, but they did not provide a timetable. His owners just need to sit tight for now, but expect the Hawks to be cautious. Malcolm Delaney is the next man up in Atlanta and is worth a short-term look for PG-needy owners.
Oct 23 - 1:12 PM

Eric Bledsoe (personal) will not play on Monday vs. the Kings.

Fire up the trade rumors. A report late Sunday night indicated that Bledsoe requested a trade prior to the season, and he sent out a cryptic Tweet that he wants out of Phoenix. Bledsoe met with the front office on Monday morning before the team's shootaround, but all we know is that he was sent home shortly after. His days on the Suns appear to be numbered. Fantasy owners should have Tyler Ulis and Mike James at the top of their watch lists.
Oct 23 - 1:07 PM

Myles Turner (concussion, sore neck) has already been ruled out for Tuesday's game vs. the Wolves.

The Pacers only have three games this week and it's unclear if he will play on Wednesday, making him a risky start in weekly formats. With Turner out, Domantas Sabonis and Al Jefferson will continue to see a bump in playing time, but Sabonis looks like the better add.
Oct 23 - 1:04 PM

J.R. Smith will take Dwyane Wade's place in the starting lineup going forward.

Wade requested to move to the second unit, and Smith is arguably a better fit in the starting lineup because of his floor spacing. Smith put up just 8.6 points and 2.3 triples as a full-time starter last season, so there's no reason to add him in most leagues unless you're desperate for 3-pointers.
Oct 23 - 12:47 PM

The Cavaliers will move Dwyane Wade to the second unit going forward.

It's probably the right move for the Cavaliers, as Wade can be more aggressive in the second unit. For what it's worth, Wade is actually the one who requested to make the switch. With J.R. Smith back in the starting lineup, that also spreads the floor better for LeBron James. Wade was a low-end asset in fantasy before this news so this doesn't move the needle much.
Oct 23 - 12:46 PM




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