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Klay Thompson finished with 12 points Friday at Milwaukee, but he was 0-of-2 from behind the arc to snap a 95-game streak with at least one 3-pointer made.

Thompson was back from a rest on Wednesday, but apparently it hindered him more than it helped. His 95-game stretch with a triple was the third-longest in NBA history. He wasn't terribly broken up about it after the game, though. "I didn't know. Oh well. Who cares?," he said. With Thompson back in action it was Nick Young heading back to a minor role off the bench.
Jan 13 - 1:08 AM

Domantas Sabonis (bruised right knee) is listed as questionable on the injury report for Saturday's game vs. the Nets.

Sabonis must have injured himself in the Pacers victory on Friday night. He didn't appear limited, as he tallied 12 points, 13 rebounds, three assists, and one steal in 22 minutes against the Bucks. If Sabonis is unable to play on Saturday, Thad Young, Myles Turner and Kyle O'Quinn would likely divvy up the vacated minutes.
Oct 20 - 12:44 PM

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (personal, groin) has been ruled out of Saturday's game vs. the Pacers.

RHJ has been dealing with a nagging groin injury since early October. Also, his wife gave birth to a baby boy on Friday. We should have an update on his status soon. The Nets don't play again until Wednesday, so there's a chance he makes his season debut at Cleveland. Jared Dudley and Rodions Kurucs are expected to again soak up extra playing time Saturday vs. the Pacers.
Source: Nets PR
Oct 20 - 12:31 PM

Harrison Barnes (strained right hamstring) is listed as out for Saturday's game vs. Atlanta.

Speaking with reporters yesterday, Coach Rick Carlise said that although Barnes practiced on Friday, he was "unlikely" to play Saturday night. However, it appears Barnes will be cleared to make his season debut Monday vs. Chicago. Dorian Finney-Smith will likely draw another start for the Mavs on Saturday.
Oct 20 - 12:10 PM

Reggie Bullock (illness) and Stanley Johnson (toe) will both start Saturday night vs. the Bulls.

This news was expected, as Bullock returned to practice on Friday. With Bullock and Johnson returning to the starting lineup, Luke Kennard and Bruce Brown will be bumped back to the bench. Over his final 30 games of the 2017-18 season, Bullock averaged 14.8 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 2.6 treys. He could be worth a roster spot in deep leagues if can stay healthy and build off that momentum from last season.
Oct 20 - 12:08 PM

Coach Erik Spoelstra said Wayne Ellington (left ankle) went through shootaround Saturday morning but won't play Saturday vs. Charlotte.

Per the Heat's PR staff, Ellington will be will be active but is doubtful to play. Spoelstra said that he wants Ellington and Justise Winslow (hamstring) to get in a full practice before playing in a game. "They’re making a lot of progress. It just makes more sense to wait," said Coach Spo. Josh Richardson has been a beast early on this season and will continue to eat. Derrick Jones Jr. and Rodney McGruder will also soak up extra minutes.
Oct 20 - 11:51 AM

John Wall sat out of Saturday's shootaround due to migraines, but is expected to play Saturday night vs. the Raptors.

Wall has dealt with migraines throughout his career, having missed many practices and shootarounds. However, he typically is able to suit up and play come game time. We should have an update from coach Scott Brooks when Brooks speaks with the media at approximately 5:45 pm. If Wall is ruled out, Tomas Satoransky would draw the start and would be a very popular DFS play.
Oct 20 - 11:11 AM

Jonathon Simmons (personal) has been ruled out of Saturday's game vs. the Sixers.

We don't have any details on the reason for the absence, but hopefully, all is well with Simmons and his family. Simmons is averaging 28 minutes per game off the bench this season. With him sidelined, Evan Fournier, Terrence Ross and Jonathan Isaac will likely divvy up extra playing time.
Oct 20 - 9:45 AM

Russell Westbrook (knee) is "eyeing a possible return" in Sunday's game against the Kings, according to Royce Young of ESPN.

Westbrook has missed each of OKC's first two games this season, but has been making solid progress in his rehab work. The Thunder's medical staff has cleared him for full contact practices and drills. Per Young, OKC won't practice on Saturday and there is no shootaround scheduled Sunday, only a midafternoon walk-through, so a decision on Westbrook's status likely won't be available until near tipoff. Assuming Westbrook suits up, Dennis Schroder will get bumped back to the bench.
Source: ESPN.com
Oct 20 - 9:29 AM

Joe Ingles hit seven 3-pointers en route to a career-high 27 points in Friday's 124-123 loss to the Warriors.

Ingles was carrying the Jazz tonight, hitting 10-of-15 shots with four rebounds, four assists, two steals and a block in 36 minutes, but they were cruelly defeated by a Jonas Jerebko tip-in at the buzzer. It's a small sample size, but he's been more involved in the offense this season with an 18.4 usage rate compared to 15.9 the year before. He looks poised for another big campaign after posting top-40 total value in 9-category leagues in 2017-18.
Oct 20 - 1:50 AM

Tobias Harris caught fire down the stretch to lead the Clippers to a 108-92 win over the Thunder on Friday, scoring 26 points with 10 rebounds, four assists, one steal, one block and two 3-pointers in 37 minutes.

He couldn't buy a bucket in the first three quarters, but Harris put up 14 points in the fourth as the Clips outscored OKC 37-15. Coach Doc Rivers said that Harris didn't even play well in his 19-point debut and he likely would've said the same thing after the third, but then he just did whatever he wanted to earn the LAC first win of the year. Plus, maybe Boban Marjanovic being out there down the stretch could've helped get Tobias going. Whatever the case, Harris should have no problem flirting with early-round value.
Oct 20 - 1:32 AM

Kevin Durant led the Warriors to a 124-123 win over the Jazz on Friday, scoring 38 points on 14-of-25 shooting.

He hit his only 3-point attempt and was a perfect 9-of-9 from the stripe, adding nine rebounds, seven assists, one steal, one block and one triple in 40 minutes. When he's feeling it, he has just as much upside as anyone in fantasy not named Anthony Davis. He's averaging 39.0 minutes over the first two games, so expect the Warriors to dial back his minutes a bit in the upcoming back-to-back set against Denver (Sunday in Denver) and Phoenix (Monday at home).
Oct 20 - 1:30 AM




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