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Thaddeus Young (hamstring) is ahead of his rehabilitation schedule, and has an outside shot of returning on Sunday against the Knicks.

"I’m encouraged with him," Doug Collins said. "We definitely have to have him out there. He gives us speed. He’s our glue." Spencer Hawes, Nick Young, Dorell Wright and Lavoy Allen should expect to take some sort of incremental hit upon Thad's return.
Source: Phillyburbs
Mon, Feb 18, 2013 10:15:00 PM

Anthony Davis (right shoulder) is questionable to return Friday night against the Clippers.

This is the same right shoulder he had problems with two seasons ago, but not the left shoulder with a partial tear from last year. Davis didn't appear to be hurt, so it's all a guessing game right now. We'll have another update once we have more info.
Dec 2 - 8:43 PM

Danilo Gallinari (thigh) and Darrell Arthur (illness) will play against the Rockets on Friday.

The Nuggets usually throw guys on the injury report as probable after an injury, so the Italian was always expected to play. Expect Gallo to get his normal playing time and he could even play some four tonight in a favorable matchup. Get him in your lineup.
Dec 2 - 8:25 PM

Nikola Jokic (left wrist) will not play against the Rockets on Friday.

This is a surprise after Jokic played through what looked like a minor wrist injury sustained from Wednesday night. There is no word of an X-ray or an MRI, so it may be just soreness. Jokic was really coming on after a rough start with two straight double-doubles. For tonight, it'll be more of Jusuf Nurkic, Kenneth Faried and Darrell Arthur. Plus, there should be more small-ball lineups against the Rockets.
Dec 2 - 8:19 PM

Raymond Felton is starting in place of J.J. Redick (rest) on Friday against the Pelicans.

The Pelicans start a small backcourt of Jrue Holiday and Tim Frazier, so Felton moving into the starting five makes some sense. With that said, Austin Rivers and Jamal Crawford should both see a small bump in minutes as well. There's no need to add Felton is most formats with Redick simply resting.
Dec 2 - 7:52 PM

The Nets have signed Donatas Motiejunas to a four-year, $37 million offer sheet.

Wow. The Rockets will have three days to match, but that doesn't seem likely. D-Mo didn't have many suitors this summer because his troublesome back raised several red flags, but clearly that didn't faze the Nets. Assuming the Rockets don't match, D-Mo could find minutes at both the four and five in Brooklyn and could have some value in deeper leagues -- he averaged 6.2 points, 2.9 rebounds, 1.1 assists, 0.5 steals and 0.4 treys in 14.8 minutes per game in 2015-16 with Houston. For now, Trevor Booker's owners shouldn't be too worried.
Dec 2 - 7:40 PM

Markieff Morris (ankle) will start against the Spurs on Friday.

The Wizards made it clear he only has a "twisted" ankle and not a sprain, so Morris had a good shot to play tonight. He should get a good amount of run and is coming off a 37-minute, 19-point Wednesday. We'll see if he can keep LaMarcus Aldridge in check tonight.
Dec 2 - 7:38 PM

Justin Holiday will start against the Wolves on Friday night.

Holiday started the third quarter on Wednesday, so this move is expected. Holiday only played 10.3 minutes in the second half, so he may not getting a big bump. Expect to see more of Mindaugas Kuzminskas and Brandon Jennings tonight.
Dec 2 - 7:21 PM

Nicolas Laprovittola is starting in place of Tony Parker on Friday vs. the Wizards.

He started on Wednesday as well, but only played 19 minutes with seven points, one rebound and one turnover. You'd have to be in a really deep league to consider streaming him. Look for Patty Mills to benefit the most Friday.
Dec 2 - 7:06 PM

Thabo Sefolosha will start for Paul Millsap (hip) against the Pistons on Friday.

It makes a lot of sense with the Pistons not having a big power forward in their starting lineup, and a bigger power forward in the second unit. Mike Muscala should still get a nice bump in playing time and is on the radar to use tonight. Plus, this news also helps Tim Hardaway Jr. with more minutes at the three.
Dec 2 - 7:05 PM

Tony Parker (knee) will not play against the Wizards on Friday.

He's actually on the injury report for a knee injury, so this isn't just rest. Patty Mills has played out of his mind as the NBA's leader in true shooting percentage, so he will slightly benefit here. Nicolas Laprovittola should pick up minutes close to 20 tonight as well.
Dec 2 - 6:58 PM

The Magic will stick with the starting lineup of D.J. Augustin, Evan Fournier, Aaron Gordon, Serge Ibaka and Bismack Biyombo against the 76ers.

The starting nod hasn't really helped Gordon while it has helped Fournier get more shots and be a facilitator. It's a great matchup for both wings, so maybe Gordon can get going. Nikola Vucevic should be fine off the bench, especially against Jahlil Okafor.
Dec 2 - 6:46 PM




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