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David Nwaba (ankle) will not play on Tuesday vs. the Lakers.

This is his seventh straight game on the shelf, but he's reportedly nearing a return. With Denzel Valentine playing well in the first unit, Nwaba will likely come off the bench when he is cleared. He's only worth stashing in very deep leagues.
Source: NBA.com
Nov 21 - 10:23 PM

Jonathan Isaac (ankle) will not play on Wednesday vs. the Wolves.

He still has some swelling and there's no report of a timetable. With Isaac out, the Magic will likely continue to use Marreese Speights as the backup PF behind Aaron Gordon. Isaac is still an intriguing stash in deeper formats.
Nov 21 - 10:18 PM

Kris Dunn will replace Jerian Grant in the starting lineup on Tuesday vs. the Lakers.

This move was long overdue. "He’s really played well these past few games and has been very aggressive," coach Fred Hoiberg said of Dunn. His ball security and shot selection have improved, and while he'll still struggle with turnovers and shooting percentages, Dunn should be a really nice source of dimes and steals going forward. Denzel Valentine, Justin Holiday, Lauri Markkanen and Robin Lopez will also start.
Nov 21 - 9:06 PM

Jared Dudley (knee) is listed as doubtful in the game notes for Wednesday's matchup vs. Milwaukee.

Dudley was averaging 20.2 minutes per in the three games he played immediately preceding his knee injury, but has now missed each of the last five for Phoenix. Marquese Chriss, Dragan Bender and Josh Jackson will continue to soak additional minutes.
Source: NBA.com
Nov 21 - 7:21 PM

Paul Millsap will reportedly undergo left wrist surgery and he will be out indefinitely.

Not good. While X-rays came back negative, tests taken over the past few days confirmed the need for surgery and Shams Charania reports he could be looking at a 2-3 month absence. Kenneth Faried got the start in his place on Monday night but finished with just six points and seven boards in 19 minutes, so he's still not a very attractive add. The Nuggets could also go small sans Millsap, shifting Wilson Chandler over to the four and starting Will Barton at the three, in which case Barton would see a nice uptick in value. Nikola Jokic, Jamal Murray and Barton figure to pick up most of Millsap's usage, and Juan Hernangomez could become a larger part of the rotation. Millsap will be tough to hang onto if you don't have an IR-spot.

Wayne Selden (right quad) has been ruled out of Wednesday's game vs. the Mavs.

This will be the third straight game Selden has missed. However, Selden hasn't been a part of the Memphis rotation even when he's been healthy, so there is no fantasy impact to note here.
Nov 21 - 5:56 PM

Brandan Wright (right quad) will not play Wednesday vs. the Mavericks.

This will be Wright's second straight game on the sidelines, and given that he tends to be a slow healer, we wouldn't be surprised to see him skip Friday's game in Denver as well. Marc Gasol will be logging heavy minutes moving forward with Deyonta Davis acting as his backup.
Nov 21 - 5:55 PM

Despite his scoreless 0-for-10 performance on Sunday, Dion Waiters vows to keep shooting.

"I don’t know, just one of them days, one of them games, I guess," Waiters said Monday. Two weeks ago, Waiters offered this gem of a quote: "Like I said last year and I’ll say it again, I would rather go 0-for-30 than go 0-for-9 because if you stop shooting them that means you lost confidence." However, it's not just one bad game for Waiters. Since returning from an ankle injury earlier this month, Waiters has shot below 43.0 percent from the floor in six straight games and is shooting 33.7 percent on 15.3 attempts over that six-game stretch.
Nov 21 - 5:52 PM
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