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The Pacers expect Danny Granger (knee surgery) to be 100 percent healthy by training camp.

We're leaving Granger as questionable for training camp for now until we know exactly how he comes out of his rehab process. It's possible Granger is playing in a different uniform next season, but whatever teams that may be interested in him will want to be sure his knee checks out after a lost season.
Thu, Jun 13, 2013 11:44:00 AM

Joakim Noah (ankle) is being listed as probable for Monday's game vs. the Raptors.

Noah has been listed as probable for the past two games, and was able to suit up for both of those outings, so we'd expect him to be available on Monday. Still, owners will want to check back for an official update closer to Monday's tip.
Dec 21 - 3:58 PM

David Lee (hamstring) went through a full practice on Sunday, and he believes he'll be able to play Tuesday vs. the Kings.

With Andrew Bogut (knee) not expected back until January, it's possible Lee finds himself in the starting lineup at the center spot. He'll likely be brought along slowly, but he should be owned in all leagues for his double-double potential. Marreese Speights' value will take a hit upon Lee's return.
Dec 21 - 3:47 PM

Iman Shumpert's dislocated left shoulder will not require surgery, and he will be re-evaluated in a few weeks.

"I wanted to get back on the court as soon as possible. But it’s a healing process," said Shumpert. "It’s a lot better now that it’s back in place. I don’t need any medication or anything for it, just ice." With both Shumpert and J.R. Smith (heel) sidelined, Tim Hardaway Jr. is going to get all the minutes he can handle and is looking like a must-own player in most leagues.
Source: Real GM
Dec 21 - 3:36 PM

Derrick Rose (illness) said barring any setbacks, he intends to play Monday vs. the Raptors.

"I'm feeling a lot better. Getting my energy back. Just fatigued the last couple of days," said Rose. Considering he's just dealing with an illness, and he's currently on the mend, a "setback" isn't something that's very likely. His return would send Kirk Hinrich back to the bench, and Aaron Brooks would go back to being a negligible option in most leagues. Stay tuned.
Dec 21 - 3:28 PM

James Harden (strained left hamstring) is probable to play Monday vs. Portland.

Harden injured his hamstring during Saturday's game vs. Atlanta, but played through the strain and put up 18 points, six rebounds, and a season-high 14 assists over 39 minutes of action so we'd expect him to give it a go on Monday. Stay tuned.
Dec 21 - 3:17 PM

Mike Miller (ankle) will play Sunday vs. Memphis.

Miller was able to put up 21 points on 7-of-8 shooting during his last outing, but going up against a tough Memphis squad, it's unlikely he'll be able to repeat that production. Miller is a risky option in daily leagues.
Dec 21 - 3:11 PM

Tony Allen (eye) will not play Sunday vs. the Cavs.

Allen's minutes will be distributed to guys like Vince Carter, Quincy Pondexter, and Tayshaun Prince, with Carter offering the most upside out of the group. Prince and Pondexter shouldn't be considered an option in most leagues.
Dec 21 - 3:06 PM

Zach Randolph (knee) will not suit up for Sunday's game vs. the Cavs, and is questionable for Monday's game vs. the Jazz.

"Taking a couple of nights off isn't the worst thing in the world," said head coach David Joerger. "His knee is pretty swollen." The good news here is that an MRI on Randolph's knee came back clean, so he shouldn't be looking at a prolonged absence. Expect Jon Leuer and Kosta Koufos to see some extended minutes with Randolph unavailable, and the guy who starts will make for the better play in daily leagues. Stay tuned for an update on the Grizzlies starting lineup.
Dec 21 - 3:00 PM

James Johnson will enter the starting lineup in place of Landry Fields (concussion) for Sunday's game vs. the Knicks.

James Johnson will spend most of the game defending Carmelo Anthony, and he makes for a decent plug-and-play option in daily leagues. Greivis Vasquez will also likely see extended minutes off the bench, and he has a favorable matchup today vs. the Knicks.
Dec 21 - 2:57 PM

Dwight Howard (right shoulder strain) is being listed as probable for Monday's game vs. Portland.

Dwight was able to fight through the strain and put up a double-double during his last outing, so we'd expect him to give it a go again on Monday. Still, owners will want to check back for an official update on his status closer to Monday's tip, and if he sits, Tarik Black would slide back into the starting lineup.
Dec 21 - 2:53 PM

Derek Fisher was not optimistic when asked about J.R. Smith (heel), and speculated that he could be out another week in order to rest his heel.

For as long as Smith is sidelined, Tim Hardaway Jr. will continue to soak up all his minutes, and he should be owned in most leagues. Over the past two weeks, Hardaway Jr. is averaging 15.3 points, 3.1 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 1.8 three-pointers per game over 29 minutes of action and he has almost zero competition for minutes. Go grab him if he's still available.
Dec 21 - 2:18 PM




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