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Damian Lillard (shoulder) said that he will play vs. the Jazz on Monday.

Lillard ran into a camera while playing against the Hawks, and he had an ice wrap on his shoulder after Monday's shootaround, but it doesn't sound serious enough to jeopardize his status. Check back prior to tip-off for final confirmation.
Mon, Apr 1, 2013 02:27:00 PM

Tristan Thompson (calf) will only play in the first half and will come off the bench against the Jazz on Saturday.

The Cavs are going to be careful here because Thompson has suffered two different setbacks. With him returning, that should mean Jeff Green and Channing Frye could lose a few minutes while some other wings could lose run if someone heats up. Thompson is only worth an add in deeper leagues.
Dec 16 - 5:53 PM

Kemba Walker (left wrist) is available to play against the Blazers on Saturday.

The team is calling it a sprain from the injury he sustained on Friday night. Walker looked fine with some tape on his non-shooting wrist and he scored a game-high 25 points in a loss to the Heat. Walker has actually been really good in back-to-back sets with his 50.0 percent from the field for 23.5 points per game over those four -- he's better at home, too. Go ahead and fire him up in season long and consider him in DFS.
Dec 16 - 5:23 PM

C.J. Miles (shoulder) will play against the Kings on Sunday.

After missing Friday, Miles is good to go. Even with Miles out on Friday, Norman Powell still couldn't get much going because of Delon Wright returning, so things aren't looking good for him while he's struggling. Miles could be worth a look if you need 3-pointers on a Sunday.
Dec 16 - 4:39 PM

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (personal) will not be able to play in road games on Wednesday, Dec. 31, and on Jan. 1.

Due to the legal matter, he can't leave the state of California for 25 days, so he won't play against the Rockets twice and the Wolves once. For now, Caldwell-Pope is going to be able to play in the home games and the game in Oakland on Friday. With him out on Wednesday, it'll likely be Josh Hart getting another start.
Dec 16 - 4:36 PM

Both Allen Crabbe and DeMarre Carroll are not on the injury report for Sunday's game against the Pacers.

That's good news and it confirms the Nets just held him out Crabbe as more of a precaution. His return should mean Caris LeVert moves back to his back-up PG role and Joe Harris moves back to the bench. It could also cost Nik Stauskas his playing time.
Source: Nets PR
Dec 16 - 4:14 PM

The Jazz announced Rudy Gobert (knee) will be re-evaluated in two weeks.

As reported earlier, an MRI revealed Gobert has a sprained PCL and a bone bruise. The Vertical report said Gobert is expected to miss about a month, but he's going to miss two weeks at the very least. While he's out, Derrick Favors (eye) should handle the center spot once he's back. If Favors is also out, Ekpe Udoh will be the center while the Jazz run with Jonas Jerebko and a lot of multi-wing lineups.
Dec 16 - 4:11 PM

Stephen Curry (ankle) went through some shooting drills on Saturday.

According to the report, Curry was going through at about 75 percent and he did have a noticeable hitch in his stride. Curry was expected to be re-evaluated around Tuesday, so we should get another update early this week. For now, his fantasy owners will probably want to consider benching him for the upcoming week.
Dec 16 - 4:05 PM

Steven Adams (concussion) is out for Saturday against the Knicks.

He likely sustained the injury at the end of overtime when Joel Embiid's elbow caught him in the face. Adams is in the concussion protocol and he won't be able to progress until he's symptom-free. With him out, it'll probably be Dakari Johnson time to try to limit Enes Kanter's revenge game. Johnson is worth a look in deeper leagues while Pat Patterson could also be looking at more playing time.
Dec 16 - 3:55 PM

Milos Teodosic, Lou Williams, Wes Johnson, Jamil Wilson and DeAndre Jordan are listed as the starters in the game notes against the Heat on Saturday.

Teodosic will be back today after he got the night off on Friday. He played two games since his return with 21 minutes in the first and 25 minutes in the second, so he may be closer to 30 in this game. He's been off to a slow start, but Teodosic has upside in assists and 3-pointers.
Source: Clippers PR
Dec 16 - 3:02 PM

An MRI confirmed Aaron Gordon (right calf) has a strain and he will not play against the Pistons on Sunday.

The damage to his calf showing up on an MRI is not great, but it is encouraging that Gordon will be joining the Magic on their two-game trip. He will get treatment and his target date will depend on how he responds. While he's out, Mario Hezonja figures to get another chance as the starting power forward, which means Wes Iwundu may be starting at small forward again. Gordon's fantasy owners may have to plan on another option this week while other Magic players like Jonathon Simmons and Nikola Vucevic have higher ceilings.
Dec 16 - 2:21 PM

De'Aaron Fox (right quad contusion) is doubtful to play agains the Raptors on Sunday.

The good news is he is day-to-day and the better news is he practiced on Saturday, but it would appear the Kings will hold him out. The doubtful tag suggests Fox could be missing additional games because the Kings want to be careful, which means Frank Mason should see an uptick in minutes and is worth an add in 14-team leagues. It's also possible Bogdan Bogdanovic or Buddy Hield get the start, which would help George Hill even more.
Dec 16 - 2:15 PM




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