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Boris Diaw announced his retirement from basketball, writing on Twitter, "This is it... It was a good run."

Diaw signed in France last season because he wanted to "help guide and teach the young players." The 36-year-old was crowned MVP in France in 2004, before joining the NBA and being named Most Improved Player for 2006. He won a championship with the Spurs and played for five NBA franchises in his career, with his fantasy peak coming for Charlotte in 2010-11.
Sep 6 - 2:19 PM

Taurean Prince (Achilles pain) is listed out for Thursday's game vs. the Nuggets.

Prince had a sprained right ankle recently but this is the first time we've even mentioned an Achilles issue since he joined the NBA. DeAndre Bembry should step into a big role tonight and makes sense as a speculative handcuff if you own Prince and have a guy you can cut. He's also solid in DFS tonight. Until we get more details, owners should consider Prince day-to-day.
Nov 15 - 5:46 PM

Carmelo Anthony's tenure with the Rockets "is over," according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Woj adds that Houston doesn't have immediate plans to waive him -- he'll stay on the roster, for now, but "will not rejoin the team." It was first reported on Nov. 11 by the New York Times that Melo's time in Houston was almost over, so this report was inevitable. After two brutal stints with OKC and Houston, it's hard to see him emerging as a fantasy asset this season.
Nov 15 - 5:15 PM

Seth Curry (right knee) is listed as day-to-day after an MRI on Wednesday.

His return will be "based on pain tolerance and movement," and the day-to-day tag confirms nothing serious was revealed in the MRI. Portland's next five games are on the road, beginning Friday in Minnesota, and it'll be telling whether he's traveling with the team. If he can't play, Nik Stauskas and Gary Trent should benefit the most.
Nov 15 - 4:47 PM

Danny Green (lower back stiffness) is listed as probable for Friday's game vs. Boston.

It's a key game vs. a Division rival and it sounds like Green will be in the starting lineup. We should have confirmation after shootaround, so check for updates on Friday afternoon. The Raptors will be thin on the wings if he's unexpectedly ruled out, since Norman Powell (shoulder) is sidelined and C.J. Miles (adductor) is doubtful.
Nov 15 - 4:20 PM

Mitchell Robinson (sprained right ankle) is probable for Friday's game in New Orleans.

Robinson tweaked his ankle on Wednesday, the same one that cost him a few games during the preseason, but it sounds like he'll be fine. He's averaging 3.8 blocks in his past five games and is a great source of FG percentage (63.6%), giving him some ready-made appeal in roto leagues.
Nov 15 - 3:48 PM

Jarrett Allen (illness) is questionable for Friday's game vs. the Wizards.

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (right ankle sprain) is also questionable and we'll have to wait for updates on both guys after the Nets' shootaround in D.C. Allen has already missed two games so hopefully he's had enough time to recuperate and get back out there.
Nov 15 - 3:26 PM

Rajon Rondo (fractured right hand) will have surgery within 24 hours and he's expected to miss 3-5 weeks.

The timetable was already known and the only question was if he needed surgery -- he will. Lonzo Ball is a winner while he's sidelined and we'll see more of LeBron James, Brandon Ingram and Lance Stephenson as ball-handlers. Josh Hart could get a boost with the second unit, too. Given his assists-specialist appeal this season, it's hard to justify holding onto him.
Nov 15 - 3:22 PM

Derrick Rose (left knee) practiced on Thursday and coach Tom Thibodeau said "he's good."

This is great news for Rose given his lengthy history of knee injuries, and it sounds like he'll be ready to go Friday vs. the visiting Blazers. He's likely to come off the bench in the sixth-man role he began the season, with Jeff Teague, Robert Covington, Andrew Wiggins, Taj Gibson and KAT in the starting five.
Nov 15 - 2:49 PM

John Collins (left ankle) will be ruled out for Thursday's game vs. Denver.

This isn't surprising since he was listed as 'doubtful' but even that tag is a step in the right direction. He's ramping up his activity in practice and maybe we'll see him in Indiana on Saturday or at home vs. the Clippers on Monday. It can't hurt to double-check that he's not on your waiver wire.
Nov 15 - 2:32 PM

Marcus Morris (illness) is being listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Raptors.

Morris was forced to the sidelines on Wednesday, which resulted in Semi Ojeleye earning 20 minutes off the bench. It'll be more of the same if he's out again tomorrow, but we'll have a better idea on his status following shootaround. Stay tuned.
Nov 15 - 2:00 PM

Steve Kerr said that he'll be "very cautious" bringing Stephen Curry back from his groin injury.

Curry will miss all three games of the current road trip, and it sounds like he could be out beyond that. Kerr said that while Curry's MRI results were "encouraging," Curry is still experiencing symptoms from the groin strain, and the symptoms are the more important metric here. With Golden State being so loaded, they'll have the luxury of taking their time bringing Curry back, and Kerr said he'll want Curry to go through a lot of on-court work before he's cleared to play. Quinn Cook will be worth owning while Curry is out.
Nov 15 - 1:28 PM




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