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Raymond Felton | Guard

Team: Dallas Mavericks
Age / DOB:  (30) / 6/26/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 205
College: North Carolina
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Raymond Felton tweaked his right ankle during Tuesday's practice, but according to head coach Rick Carlisle, the minor tweak is not considered serious.
Raymond Felton is fighting for minutes with Devin Harris, Jameer Nelson, Monta Ellis, and J.J. Barea, and he wasn't even able to get off the bench during his last outing. Felton should remain on the waiver wire in standard leagues. Nov 25 - 3:04 PM

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Raymond Felton returned from his suspension but did not play on Monday due to coach's decision.

Felton will only be on the fantasy radar if the Mavs suffer a number of injuries.
Nov 25 - 1:17 AM

Raymond Felton will not play against the Pacers on Monday.

He is eligible to return, but the Mavericks don't need him. They've been one of the best offenses in the history of the NBA, so why mess with a good thing? Felton has very little fantasy value.
Nov 24 - 7:28 PM

Raymond Felton (ankle) said that he's fully healthy following his suspension.

It's not a lock that Felton will return on Monday, but he's healthy enough to do so and his suspension has ended. Even if active, Felton has a lot of work to do as he's currently at the bottom of the point guard depth chart behind Jameer Nelson, Devin Harris and J.J. Barea.
Nov 24 - 12:19 PM

Mark Cuban said he's excited for Raymond Felton (ankle) to return from his four-game suspension.

Felton began served his suspension on Monday, so he should be on-track to suit up against the Pacers on November 24 now that his high ankle sprain has healed. "I’m excited to get Raymond back because that will push our point guards a little bit more," Cuban said. While Cuban might be excited, fantasy owners shouldn't be rushing to add Felton as he's stuck in a backcourt logjam with Monta Ellis, Jameer Nelson, Devin Harris, and J.J. Barea.

Raymond Felton will begin serving his four-game suspension on Monday.

Felton, finally healthy enough to return after sustaining a high right ankle sprain, will begin serving his suspension beginning Monday against the Hornets. Felton is not guaranteed a role when he does return, and that's expected to be on Monday, November 24 against the Pacers.
Source: ESPN Dallas
Nov 17 - 9:24 AM

The Mavericks are expecting Raymond Felton to be able to start serving his four-game suspension for gun charges on Monday.

If Felton begins his suspension on Monday, he would be eligible to make his Mavericks debut Nov. 24 vs. the Pacers. However, he's going to be fighting for minutes with Jameer Nelson, Monta Ellis, Devin Harris, and J.J. Barea, so he's not going to be worth owning in most leagues.
Source: ESPN
Nov 16 - 3:17 PM

Raymond Felton (ankle) is still not ready serve his suspension on Saturday, but will likely do so on Monday according to coach Carlisle.

He has a four-game suspension waiting for him when he is fit to play due to gun charges, so if he is ready to go on Monday, then that would mean he could return on Nov. 24. However, the backcourt in Dallas is crowded and there is no reason for owners in standard leagues to give him any attention.
Nov 15 - 12:07 PM

Raymond Felton (ankle) hopes to begin his suspension for gun charges on Saturday.

"If you don't see me in the arena tomorrow, you know I'm starting my suspension," said Felton. The Mavs have one of the most crowded backcourts in the league, and Felton will be fighting for minutes with the likes of Monta Ellis, Jameer Nelson, Devin Harris, and J.J. Barea. He's not going to be worth owning in most leagues.

Raymond Felton (ankle) will not begin serving his four-game suspension (gun charges) on Thursday, according to Mavs head coach Rick Carlisle.

This news would put Saturday's game against the Wolves as the next potential date for Felton to begin his suspension. If that happens, his earliest possible return date would be on November 22 against the Rockets, but fantasy owners shouldn't be targeting the 30-year-old as he's stuck behind Monta Ellis, Jameer Nelson, Devin Harris, and J.J. Barea on the Mavs' depth chart.

Raymond Felton (ankle) is unlikely begin serving his suspension (gun charges) on Tuesday, according to Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle.

Felton will begin serving a four-game suspension once he's recovered from his ankle injury, but it doesn't sound like that will begin during Tuesday's game against the Kings. "It’s unlikely he’ll start his suspension tonight," Carlisle said. "Not impossible, but unlikely." If Carlisle's word holds true, Felton's suspension may begin on Thursday when the Mavs host the Sixers, but fantasy owners can ignore the 30-year-old as he's stuck in a logjam behind Monta Ellis, Jameer Nelson, Devin Harris, and J.J. Barea.

Raymond Felton (ankle) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game vs. Miami.

Coach Rick Carlisle said he believes Felton will be able to return to practice on Monday, and could be active for Tuesday's game vs. the Kings. However, Felton will be forced to miss his first four games once he is listed as active due to a suspension, and he's not likely to contribute much in a crowded Dallas backcourt. Owners in standard leagues can feel free to leave Felton on the waiver wire.
Nov 9 - 6:11 PM

Raymond Felton (ankle) is doubtful to begin his four-game suspension on Sunday.

He can't serve his suspension until he is healthy so his owners will have to continue waiting for now. Felton will likely be an asset only in very deep leagues this season due to a crowded Dallas backcourt, so owners in standard leagues can safely ignore him on the waiver wire.
Nov 9 - 12:01 PM

Raymond Felton (ankle) could start serving his suspension on Sunday.

He has a four-game suspension and has been out all year with an ankle sprain. Felton won't have much fantasy value in a messy backcourt rotation.
Nov 7 - 8:35 PM

Raymond Felton (ankle) is listed as doubtful to face the Blazers on Thursday.

His high ankle sprain has kept him out since being diagnosed on Oct. 12. Felton might take some minutes away from J.J. Brea and this has become one of the messiest position battles in the NBA. Felton can be ignored in most formats.
Nov 5 - 4:35 PM