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According to Brian Windhorst, Stephen Curry re-injured his troublesome right ankle on Wednesday morning and is now a game-time decision against the Heat tonight.

Curry missed Tuesday's practice with a right knee injury suffered in Sunday's game, but that didn't appear to be too serious. However, any time Curry's legendary right ankle is involved, a serious red flag is raised for his fantasy owners. We're assuming he did the damage in today's shootaround, and while there is cause for concern here, Curry's Doritos ankle has been incredibly reliable this season. If he's out, look for Jarrett Jack and Charles Jenkins to fill in at PG tonight, which would make Jack a strong fantasy option. And if Curry misses tonight's game, owners just have to hope he'll be ready for Friday's game at San Antonio. Given that he's got a problem with both his right knee and ankle, and his history with the ankle, it would make sense for the W's to give him a couple days off. Stay tuned.
Wed, Jan 16, 2013 02:54:00 PM

Coach Terry Stotts said Noah Vonleh (ankle) will be active for Wednesday against the Rockets.

In usual Stotts fashion, he didn't say anything else and Vonleh may not play. He was probable and was playing well, so there's a good chance he'll play. You won't want to use him in DFS tonight.
Feb 10 - 8:52 PM

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist dislocated his right shoulder during Wednesday's game.

MKG recently returned from surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder, so this is an ominous development. The Hornets will assuredly give him more tests in the coming days, after which a timetable should be available -- owners should hang tight and hope for the best. Until he can return, the Hornets will likely plug P.J. Hairston into the starting lineup with Nicolas Batum shifting back to small forward.
Feb 10 - 8:47 PM

Kelly Olynyk (right shoulder) went to the locker room on Wednesday in the second quarter.

He was fouled by DeAndre Jordan, but he did stay in the game for about a minute after making both free throws. If Olynyk is out, that will tighten up the big rotation. He checked out with seven points, two boards and two assists in 11 minutes.
Feb 10 - 8:44 PM

Quincy Acy and James Anderson started the second half for Marco Belinelli and Willie Cauley-Stein.

They allowed 63 points in the first half to the league's worst offense, so there you go. There are no fantasy moves to make here.
Feb 10 - 8:28 PM

Jordan Hill has a dislocated right ring finger and will not return to Wednesday's game.

Hopefully the dislocation isn't too bad and he didn't break anything. With Hill out for tonight, there should be a few extra minutes for Lavoy Allen and Ian Mahinmi. Hill finished with five points and three rebounds.
Feb 10 - 8:08 PM

Reggie Jackson (illness) will not play vs. the Nuggets on Wednesday.

The Pistons will rely on Brandon Jennings and Spencer Dinwiddie (ankle), with Steve Blake also an option to join the rotation. Jennings is starting and is easily the most appealing option of the bunch, though most fantasy owners won't be able to take advantage since this news broke a few minutes before tip-off.
Feb 10 - 7:29 PM

Mike Dnleavy (back) will start Wednesday vs. the Hawks.

The Bulls will go with a starting lineup of Derrick Rose, E'Twuan Moore, Dunleavy, Taj Gibson and Pau Gasol for Wednesday's game. Dunleavy isn't likely to log much more than 15 minutes tonight, so there's no reason to activate him in any league.
Feb 10 - 7:26 PM

JaMychal Green will start in place of Marc Gasol (fractured foot) for Wednesday's game vs. the Nets.

Green owns meager averages of 6.5 points and 5.0 rebounds on 41.7 percent shooting in his previous two starts, so it's tough to get too excited about his inclusion in the starting lineup tonight. Matt Barnes and Jeff Green are set to see a substantial bump in value with Marc likely done for the year, and they make for much more attractive targets than JaMychal..
Feb 10 - 7:19 PM

Ben McLemore (sprained right wrist) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game vs. the 76ers.

McLemore was never close to playing tonight, and it'll be Marco Belinelli benefitting most in his absence. Ben should be able to get back onto the court after the All-Star break, but he's irrelevant in most leagues.
Feb 10 - 7:02 PM

Nerlens Noel (right knee) will miss Wednesday's game vs. the Kings and Jerami Grant will start in his place.

With Noel on the sidelines Wednesday night, Jahlil Okafor and Ish Smith will see some increased opportunity on offense, and Jerami Grant will look to build off his 17-point, 11-rebound outing from Monday. Grant is going to draw a favorable matchup tonight, so he's someone to consider in DFS. This is the same knee that has given Noel problems throughout the season, although tonight's absence seems more precautionary than anything else, as this is Philly's last game before the break.
Feb 10 - 6:47 PM

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (groin) said he "for sure" will be back and playing right after the break.

That means he is going to play on Feb. 19 against the Wizards. If he is indeed going to be back, that makes Stanley Johnson slightly less appealing even though he may have earned more run. If Caldwell-Pope is sitting around on the wire, go pick him up.
Feb 10 - 6:43 PM




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