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Carmelo Anthony took an elbow to his right bicep early on Wednesday and hit just 5-of-24 shots and a 3-pointer for 12 points, 12 rebounds, two assists and a steal in 41 minutes.

He said after the game his arm is very sore and even hinted that he could miss the All-Star Game if it doesn't feel better soon. However, it's also possible that his poor shooting line contributed to his concern about the injury. We're guessing he'll play in the ASG and return strong after the break.
Wed, Feb 13, 2013 11:29:00 PM

Bam Adebayo started the third quarter for James Johnson (ankle) on Saturday against the Clippers.

Coach Erik Spoelstra will go double center against DeAndre Jordan here. He's been more inclined to go with Bam next to Kelly Olynyk, so that'll be used even more today. Adebayo has value in deeper leagues and gets a slight bump here.
Dec 16 - 9:19 PM

Tyreke Evans (hip) is available to play against the Celtics on Saturday and will start.

He was a game-time call and apparently everything is OK. Evans has been on the injury report for a good part of this month and that probably won't change in the near future. Get him him your lineups and hope he can stay healthy.
Dec 16 - 8:46 PM

James Johnson sustained a right ankle injury in the first quarter and will not return to Saturday's game.

He turned his right ankle as he was guarding Sam Dekker with six minutes left in the first, and he checked out right away. Johnson was able to limp to the bench under his own power and the injury didn't look too bad. With him out, it'll be Jordan Mickey time with more two-center lineups, as well.
Dec 16 - 8:37 PM

P.J. Tucker will start against the Bucks on Saturday.

It makes sense and he'll probably see a lot of Giannis Antetokounmpo. Ryan Anderson should be seeing more minutes against John Henson, so he benefits with Clint Capela (heel) out.
Dec 16 - 7:59 PM

James Harden (knee) will try to play against the Bucks on Saturday.

He went through warmups and the doctors said his knee is "structurally sound." Harden talked a lot about playing in 82 games last year, and he's been one of the most durable players in the NBA. He's had some success against the Bucks -- or really anyone -- so Harden could be in for one of his MVP performances again.
Dec 16 - 7:41 PM

Daniel Theis (nose) is available to play on Saturday against the Grizzlies.

Like basically every Celtic at some point, he'll be playing with a mask today. Theis broke his nose on Friday, so credit to him for being available. If he's not going to play, we'll see more Semi Ojeleye and Aron Baynes.
Dec 16 - 7:37 PM

Danny Green (rest) will not play against the Mavs on Saturday.

Spurs gonna Spur. Green played just 19 minutes on Friday night, but the team will still hold him out in a back-to-back set. We'll be seeing a lot of Brandon Paul, Bryn Forbes and maybe Davis Bertans.
Dec 16 - 7:35 PM

Dakari Johnson will start for Steven Adams against the Knicks on Saturday.

It will be his fourth start of the year. In his previous three, he averaged 6.3 points, 1.7 boards and 0.7 blocks in 17.3 minutes. He's a very risky play in DFS today.
Dec 16 - 7:33 PM

Clint Capela (heel) will not play against the Bucks on Saturday.

It will be his first game out of the lineup on the season. Capela's heel injury doesn't sound serious and he should be considered questionable for Monday against the banged-up Jazz. With him out, Nene should be active, but the Rockets will probably go small and start P.J. Tucker to push Ryan Anderson to the five. Tarik Black could also be an option. Besides the Anderson upgrade, there's some risk in using the other guys mentioned here.
Dec 16 - 7:10 PM

Dejounte Murray and Bryn Forbes will start against the Mavs on Saturday.

Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard are getting a scheduled day off. The last time Murray had a chance without Parker, he went off with eight points, 14 boards and four dimes in 27 minutes. He makes a lot of sense as a DFS play today against a team that has struggled in halfcourt defense.
Dec 16 - 7:04 PM

Joe Johnson and Ekpe Udoh will start against the Cavs on Saturday.

The Jazz will indeed go small with Joe Johnson at the four, which isn't surprising because they used that lineup last night and they went with him at the four a ton last season. Johnson may only be limited because he only played 15 minutes in his return on Friday, but he should be able to clear 20 minutes in this one. Expect more Alec Burks in the second unit, as well.
Dec 16 - 6:53 PM




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