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Jrue Holiday had successful surgery on his right tibia on Friday and will miss the rest of the season.

The Pelicans have kept pretty quiet on Jrue since he last played back on Jan. 8 and they finally released some information today about their former All-Star's status. There is no word on how much recovery time Holiday will need from the surgery, but most signs point to him being ready for 2014-15. Brian Roberts will handle the point guard duties for the rest of the season.
Source: NBA.com
Fri, Feb 28, 2014 05:11:00 PM

Tyreke Evans (rest) is expected to be in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Clippers, according to Kings' Insider James Ham.

Evans will likely remain on a minutes limit today, and with 10 other games on the slate, fantasy GMs should have more attractive options to put on their active roster. With Evans active, guys like Buddy Hield and Ben McLemore will take a slight hit.
Mar 26 - 3:33 PM

Darren Collison (rest) will return to the starting five for Sunday's matchup with the Clippers.

This could mean that Ty Lawson will be returning to the second unit, and his value figures to take a hit with Collison active. In his two games against the Clippers this season, Collison has compiled averages of 18.0 points, 2.0 triples, 3.5 boards, 2.0 assists and just 1.0 turnover per contest on 58.3 percent shooting, so feel free to get him active.
Mar 26 - 3:24 PM

Austin Rivers will move into the starting lineup for Sunday's matchup with Sacramento, with J.J. Redick (ankle) unavailable.

Rivers could have a nice game tonight going up against Sacramento's weak defense, so he's on the radar as a potential streamer. Chris Paul, Luc Mbah a Moute, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan will join Rivers in the starting five, and there will be some more opportunity for Jamal Crawford in the second unit sans Redick.
Mar 26 - 3:18 PM

Avery Bradley (illness) was with the Celtics during shootaround on Sunday, but his status for the matchup vs. Miami is still uncertain.

It's unclear how active Bradley was, but his very presence is encouraging after his recent hospitalization. Check back closer to tip-off for confirmation, one way or the other. If he can't suit up, expect Marcus Smart and Jaylen Brown to gain the most in his absence.
Mar 26 - 3:09 PM

With Ryan Anderson (ankle) set to spend the next two weeks on the sidelines, the Rockets will give more minutes to Lou Williams and Sam Dekker.

Mike D'Antoni acknowledged that Williams has been in a bit of a shooting funk as of late, but he's hopeful some added minutes will help him get into a better rhythm. "He hasn't been real consistent, [but] he manufacturers points somehow either getting to the foul line or assists," said D'Antoni. "He started off so well you think he's going to make every shot and it's not fair to him, but he's good." Williams could be worth a speculative add in wake of the Ryno injury.
Source: ESPN
Mar 26 - 2:31 PM

Eric Gordon will start vs. the Thunder on Sunday.

Ryan Anderson (ankle) is likely going to miss around two weeks according to coach Mike D'Antoni, so Gordon, Lou Williams and Sam Dekker are all looking at a bump in minutes. Gordon is averaging 12.8 points, 2.8 boards, 3.2 assists and 2.4 treys on 43.1 percent shooting over his last five games, and with four games on the schedule next week, his owners should be in great shape in terms of 3-pointers.
Mar 26 - 1:55 PM

Ryan Anderson (ankle) is expected to miss at least the next five games for the Rockets.

He will not play on Sunday vs. the Thunder or Tuesday vs. the Warriors, and he's not expected to travel on their three-game road trip after those two games. The Rockets were "relieved" by the test results on Anderson's ankle, and they believe he will return before the end of the regular season. Based on this timetable, the earliest we would see him back is on Apr. 5 vs. the Nuggets, but that seems like a stretch -- coach Mike D'Antoni hinted that he would miss closer to two weeks. In the meantime, Lou Williams, Eric Gordon and Sam Dekker will likely see a bump in minutes.
Mar 26 - 1:48 PM

Jeff Green (back spasms) will not play on Monday vs. the Raptors.

He's not even making the trip and this will be his third straight game on the shelf. With the Magic playing for lottery balls, it wouldn't be a surprise if the veteran missed more time. Mario Hezonja is getting a nice bump in minutes in Green's absence, but he's only worth keeping an eye on in deeper leagues for now.
Mar 26 - 1:34 PM

Leandro Barbosa (hamstring) will not play on Sunday vs. the Hornets.

He has a "left hamstring issue" and will join Ronnie Price (leg), Eric Bledsoe (rest) and Brandon Knight (rest), Tyson Chandler (rest) on the shelf. Expect heavy workloads for Tyler Ulis and Devin Booker the rest of the way.
Mar 26 - 12:51 PM

T.J. Warren (left foot contusion) is listed in the starting lineup for Sunday's game vs. the Hornets.

He was "expected" to play, but now we have a little more confirmation that he will return from a two-game absence. Warren was probably dropped in a lot of head-to-head leagues, so it makes a lot of sense to pick him back up.
Mar 26 - 12:41 PM

Arron Afflalo and Kosta Koufos will rest against the Clippers on Sunday.

Of course they will. This is the front end of a back-to-back set, so both players should be active on Monday vs. the Grizzlies. Expect plenty of DNPs for the veterans in Sacramento going forward. Buddy Hield is the only wing worth owning on the Kings right now.
Mar 26 - 12:27 PM




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