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Shabazz Napier will start on Friday vs. the Pelicans with Evan Turner (illness) out.

He'll join Damian Lillard, C.J. McCollum, Al-Farouq Aminu and Jusuf Nurkic in the first unit. Napier's upside isn't as high while Lillard and McCollum are active, but he still has some streaming appeal tonight.
Jan 12 - 7:55 PM

DeMarcus Cousins (Achilles) went through some full-contact, 5-on-5 work with the Warriors' G-League team on Monday.

Cousins is inching his way closer towards a return, and if all goes well, he should make it back to the court "sometime after Christmas." Back-to-back sets will likely be an issue for him this season, and he'll assuredly be eased back into things with a strict minutes limit, so he could be a frustrating guy to own this season. Still, he's close enough that he should be stashed in most leagues at this point.
Dec 10 - 4:34 PM

Austin Rivers said he'll be in the starting lineup for Monday's matchup with the Pacers, with John Wall (heel) unavailable.

Rivers put up nine points, seven boards, seven assists, one 3-pointer and two turnovers in his previous start this season, so he could be someone to think about as a deep league streamer or DFS punt play tonight. Tomas Satoransky will also see some increased opportunity with Wall out, and Bradley Beal will be tasked with the heavy lifting on offense.
Dec 10 - 4:03 PM

Jamal Murray (shin, forearm) was able to get through shootaround, but he remains questionable to play Monday vs. the Grizzlies.

"He looked okay at shootaround," said Mike Malone. "I thought you could really see during the Atlanta game [on Saturday] that he was playing through a lot of pain out there. As much as we want to win every game, I think it's really important to take a long-term, big-picture approach at times." It sounds like Malone is leaning towards giving Murray the night off, which would likely translate to Monte Morris earning a start. Stay tuned.
Dec 10 - 3:38 PM

Josh Richardson (shoulder) is probable for Monday's game vs. the Lakers.

Goran Dragic and Wayne Ellington are available and Tyler Johnson (hip) is probable as well. Richardson's injury is very minor, and hopefully the rest will help him find his rhythm again since he shot less than 37% from the field in his last six games.
Dec 10 - 2:49 PM

Updating a previous report, Robert Covington (sore right knee) hasn't been cleared to play yet for Monday night vs. the Warriors.

Covington said earlier that he feels good enough to play and he was listed as probable, but coach Tom Thibodeau said he'll make a decision after warmups. If RoCo can't play, Josh Okogie should remain in the rotation after a solid showing vs. the Blazers on Saturday.
Dec 10 - 2:39 PM

Anthony Davis (right hip) is listed as questionable for Monday's game vs. the Celtics.

This comes from the official NBA injury report, but we know the drill here. He'll likely be re-evaluated after warmups and could be a game-time call. If he's active, he should feast against a Boston team that will likely be without Al Horford (knee, doubtful) and Aron Baynes (ankle, out).
Dec 10 - 1:39 PM

Blake Griffin will get a rest day vs. the 76ers on Monday.

This will be his first missed game of the season. He's averaging just under 36 minutes per game and just played 38 minutes vs. the Pelicans on Sunday night, so maybe he's a little banged up. With Griffin out, it will be fun to see if Andre Drummond runs some offense like he often did last season -- last season Drummond had a 13.0% assist percentage when Griffin was off the floor. With Griffin out, Jon Leuer is the next man up for Detroit and will have some low-end streaming appeal.
Dec 10 - 1:38 PM

The Suns are finalizing a deal for Eric Moreland according to Michael Scotto of The Athletic.

The 26-year-old center has had stints with the Kings and Pistons and attended Toronto's training camp in September. He did show a lot of promise in Detroit for his rebounding and shot-blocking, so he will be a nice addition behind DeAndre Ayton and Richaun Holmes. He can be left on the wire.
Dec 10 - 1:29 PM

Bobby Portis (knee) and Kris Dunn (knee) will play on Monday vs. the Kings.

We haven't seen Portis since Oct. 24, and a lot has obviously changed since then. The Bulls are reeling and are in need of a spark, so maybe Portis can provide that off the bench. If he can find the form he had before the injury, Portis should take minutes away from Jabari Parker and could be worth deploying in standard leagues sooner rather than later.
Dec 10 - 1:14 PM

Kris Dunn (sprained left MCL) will make his return on Monday vs. the Kings.

While we don't know what his restrictions are, we do know that Dunn will come off the bench tonight. He'll eventually take over as the starter once he gets his legs under him, and he offers some serious upside in counting stats with volatile efficiency. With top 50-75 potential, Dunn can be activated everywhere. Cameron Payne could be knocked out of the rotation completely.
Dec 10 - 1:12 PM

T.J. Warren (right ankle) will play limited minutes against the Clippers on Monday.

The Suns will bring him along slowly after a 5-game absence, but the Suns didn't mention a specific number of minutes. With Devin Booker (hamstring) sidelined and Trevor Ariza on the trade block, Warren's fantasy value should trend up and he's worth owning everywhere.
Dec 10 - 1:00 PM




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