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The Magic are undecided whether to play Victor Oladipo at PG or SG, and they will continue to test him as a PG during training camp and the preseason.

"I think he handled himself well at [PG]," said assistant coach James Borrego. "I don't think that necessarily makes him our future [PG]. Can he continue to develop in that area and become it? I think he has a chance." Orlando's prized rookie averaged 19.0 points, 4.3 rebounds and 5.0 assists during Summer League, but he also committed 4.8 turnovers per game. He's a far better defender than current starting PG Jameer Nelson, who may be looking over his shoulder during his final fully-guaranteed season in Orlando.
Wed, Jul 24, 2013 10:11:00 AM

Nik Stauskas (neck) will start against the Kings on Wednesday night.

He'll join Ish Smith, Robert Covington, Nerlens Noel and Jahlil Okafor. The Kings dumped Sauce Castillo last offseason to basically cut their losses, so he has a little added motivation. Although, he had a bad game against them in December. Start him at your own risk tonight and he's not worth owning in most leagues.
Feb 10 - 5:34 PM

Tobias Harris (ankle) will not play against the Spurs on Wednesday.

He has soreness in his left ankle and the team will allow him to sit out for close to two weeks. With Harris out tonight, Evan Fournier will get a start while Aaron Gordon is very appealing to use in all leagues tonight. Harris is also reportedly on the trade block for next week's deadline.
Feb 10 - 5:24 PM

Marc Gasol (broken right foot) is expected to miss 4-6 months, according to Spanish site Marca.

That would put him out for the postseason and possibly the 2016 Olympics. A midfoot fracture is a long-term concern for a big man, so Gasol taking it slow makes a lot of sense. If you have Gasol in a re-draft league, it's probably time to drop him. For now, the Grizzlies will go smaller with Jeff Green, Matt Barnes, Courtney Lee and Tony Allen getting more minutes with all worth owning in standard leagues. Brandan Wright (knee) also becomes a very intriguing stash.
Source: Marca
Feb 10 - 4:07 PM

Tony Parker (left ankle) is questionable against the Magic on Wednesday.

He had a small tweak in the first half on Tuesday and was able to play through it. Considering the likelihood of Parker suffering in-game injuries, there's still a decent chance he is out tonight. If he is out, that means more run for Patty Mills and Ray McCallum. Ray-Mac is probably the better play with more output in possible garbage time.
Feb 10 - 2:18 PM

Tim Duncan (knee) will return on Wednesday against the Magic.

He's been doing more in practice and has been working in pre-game warmups. Duncan has been out since Jan. 22, so expect his minutes to only be around 20 tonight. That will push David West to the bench and the chances of a Boban Marjanovic sighting drop tonight.
Feb 10 - 2:12 PM

Eric Gordon (broken finger) said that everything is progressing "good and as normal."

Gordon is hopeful to make it back to the court by late-February, and with Tyreke Evans likely to undergo season-ending knee surgery, Gordon will be a larger part of the offense once he's able to get back on the court. Gordan has mid-round upside sans Evans, so he's worth stashing away in most leagues now that he's nearing a return.
Source: NBA.com
Feb 10 - 1:57 PM

Kevin Martin (sore right wrist) is being listed as doubtful for Wednesday's game vs. the Raptors.

Martin hasn't played since January 23, and there's no indication that that will change tonight. Zach LaVine and Shabazz Muhammad will continue to pick up some extended run in his absence, with LaVine offering the most upside.
Feb 10 - 1:42 PM

Tayshaun Prince (personal) will not suit up for Wednesday's game vs. the Raptors.

Prince has been granted permission from Minnesota to attend Chauncey Billups' jersey retirement in Detroit tonight, which is why he will not be with the team. With Prince on the sidelines Wednesday night, Zach LaVine could find himself back in the starting lineup and there will also be more minutes available for Shabazz Muhammad. However, neither guy makes for all that great of a DFS target with a tough matchup against the Raptors, particularly with 12 games being played tonight.
Feb 10 - 12:44 PM

Tyreke Evans is undergoing further tests on his bothersome right knee to determine if surgery will be required to correct the issue.

While surgery has not yet officially been determined, it seems the likely route for Evans who is playing on a 19-32 team with little hopes of making a post-season run. With Tyreke likely done for the year, Jrue Holiday and Noris Cole figure to see a boost in value while Bryce Dejean-Jones is now much more likely to sign a deal that will keep him with the team for the remainder of the season. Cole is worth a look in most leagues for those seeking a low-end point guard.
Feb 10 - 12:40 PM

Nikola Mirotic (appendectomy, hematoma) is "still in a lot of pain," and remains without an official timetable to return, according to head coach Fred Hoiberg.

Hoiberg added that Mirotic's return to the court is currently being measured in weeks and not days, and that he's lost 15 pounds due to complications of the surgery. It doesn't sound like he'll be back on the court any time soon, and Taj Gibson will be the primary beneficiary in his absence as Chicago's unquestioned starting power forward. Bobby Portis will also continue to see his minutes in the 20s, although that's not enough time for him to make a difference in standard formats.
Feb 10 - 12:24 PM

Derrick Rose (soreness) will play Wednesday vs. the Hawks, as expected.

Rose sat out Monday's loss to the Hornets with general "soreness," but he was never in any real danger of missing tonight's game vs. Atlanta. Rose has posted an elite usage rate of 33.0 sans Jimmy Butler (knee), so go ahead and get him active. Kirk Hinrich will return to the bench with Rose back in the starting lineup, and there will be less minutes available for Aaron Brooks.
Feb 10 - 12:14 PM




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