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Andre Iguodala (knee) went through a full practice in San Antonio on Friday.

That means he has a great chance to play in Game 3 on Saturday. Iguodala is still questionable for the game and the Warriors may want to take it easy on their vet with still six wins to go. If Iguodala is back, guys like Ian Clark, Matt Barnes and Pat McCaw may lose some playing time. Shaun Livingston may be more of a backup PG than the wing he's been lately.
May 19 - 3:28 PM

Otto Porter had an MRI on his swollen right hand, but the results were negative.

It sounds like the MRI was precautionary, and it's important to note that Porter has maintained that his status for Monday's game vs. the Bucks wasn't in doubt. Plug him into your season-long lineups, but check back after the game to see how he holds up.
Nov 20 - 6:46 PM

Tyreke Evans (right shoulder) will play Monday vs. Portland.

Aside from Saturday's seven-point stinker, Evans has been tearing it up lately, and he should be able to get things back on track tonight with a matchup against the Trail Blazers. He's been a focal point of the offense with Mike Conley (Achilles) on the sidelines, boasting a team-high 29.4 usage per nbawowy, so feel free to get him active.
Nov 20 - 6:46 PM

John Wall (knee) will return to the starting five for Monday's matchup in Milwaukee, sending Tim Frazier back to the bench.

Scott Brooks said that Wall had a "great chance" of returning to the floor tonight, so it's not all that surprising to see him out there and it looks as though his one-game absence was more precautionary than anything else with this being the second game of a back-to-back set. With Wall back in action, Bradley Beal won't see quite as many playmaking opportunities, and Frazier will likely be looking at minutes in the teens. Brooks did say he'd like to keep Wall's minutes in the low-30s tonight, but that's still plenty of time for him to offer up a robust stat line.
Nov 20 - 6:42 PM

Danilo Gallinari (hip) will remain on the sidelines for Monday's game against the Knicks.

This will be his seventh consecutive game on the sidelines, and with no reports of him ramping up his activity level at practice, we have to assume he's not close. Wes Johnson will continue to start in his absence, and he's someone to consider as a low-end streamer in deep leagues for owners seeking some steals, triples and a trickle of swats.
Nov 20 - 6:39 PM

Joel Embiid (sore left knee) will play Monday vs. the Jazz.

Embiid looked just fine while going through his pregame routine, so he should see his regular workload tonight. Feel free to fire him up in all settings, and with Embiid active, Richaun Holmes loses a lot of luster in daily leagues.
Nov 20 - 6:31 PM

Patrick Beverley (sore right knee) will start on Monday vs. the Knicks.

We'll be on the lookout for any information regarding restrictions prior to tip-off, but he's safe to activate in season-long leagues and should be picked up if he was dropped. With Beverley back, both Austin Rivers and Lou Williams will take a hit in value, and we'll see less of rookie Sindarius Thornwell.
Nov 20 - 6:26 PM

E'Twaun Moore will enter the starting lineup for Monday's matchup with the Thunder, sending Dante Cunningham to the bench.

Alvin Gentry will be going with a starting five featuring Rajon Rondo, Jrue Holiday, Moore, Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins tonight, and it'll be interesting to see how Moore fares with the first unit. He does provide the Pelicans with another ball handler and scorer, but that's not really needed with Holiday and Rondo vying for control of the offense and Boogie and Davis dominating usage wise.
Nov 20 - 6:25 PM

Anthony Davis (face) has no restrictions on Monday vs. the Thunder.

He was cleared of the concussion protocol over the weekend and is merely dealing with a sore right eye. Get him in your lineups and check back after the game to see how he fares.
Nov 20 - 6:24 PM

Jeremy Lamb (hamstring) is "available" for Monday's game vs. the Wolves.

DFS owners should tread carefully, as Lamb hasn't played more than 24 minutes since Nicolas Batum returned. Coach Steve Clifford said he's worried about Lamb making his injury worse, so the Hornets will keep a close eye on him all night.
Nov 20 - 6:11 PM

Tim Hardaway Jr. (foot) is a go for Monday's game against the Clippers.

Hardaway Jr. has acknowledged that his foot has felt "worse and worse" while playing through the pain, so while he'll gut it out tonight, he may be somewhat limited. Head coach Jeff Hornacek even acknowledged that it sounds like he could be dealing with plantar fasciitis, in which the only remedy tends to be prolonged rest, but he'll allow THJ to fight through the pain. Season-long owners can feel free to get him active, but the foot issue makes him a risky DFS target.
Nov 20 - 5:49 PM

Amir Johnson will likely draw the start on Monday vs. Utah if Joel Embiid (sore knee) is unable to give it a go.

Even as a starter, Johnson likely wouldn't earn much more than 15 minutes, so he's still not a great target should he move into the starting five tonight. Richaun Holmes, however, would very likely earn minutes in the mid-20s, if not more, if Embiid is out, which would make him a popular target in daily leagues.
Nov 20 - 5:47 PM




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