Jeff Teague said on Saturday he's been using biowave on his ankle.
The treatment sends an electrical signal to the joint. It's a little discouraging to hear that Teague is having any kind of treatment on his ankle, so he's likely going to miss more games going forward. If you are in desperation mode, Teague isn't a must-own player because the Hawks are going to rest him a lot.
Tony Allen (hamstring) is questionable to play against the Spurs on Sunday.
He did not return from his hamstring strain on Friday and he's dealt with hamstring strains before this season, so Allen has a decent chance to miss this game. If he's out, expect Jeff Green to step up in the starting lineup while Courtney Lee will also benefit.
Dante Exum (illness) is not on the injury report and is warming up to play against the Thunder on Saturday.
He will get Russell Westbrook tonight, so he's going to have his hands full. Exum has been pretty good on defense, but his offensive game has a long way to go. He's only worth a look in deep leagues.
Coach Steve Kerr said Draymond Green (rest, out Saturday) has been dealing with nagging injuries and the three days off should help.
Green has started all 72 games before Saturday and he certainly doesn't play half speed or shy away from contact. Green will have a chance to sit in another game with next weekend's road-road back-to-back as a possible time to do so.
Al Jefferson (knee) and Mo Williams (knee) are good to go against the Hawks on Saturday.
We have no idea why the Hornets listed Al Jefferson as questionable, but he was grimacing a little bit last night due to his ailing knee. He'll likely have success against the ATL backups tonight.
Cody Zeller (shoulder) was only taking shots left handed in warmups on Saturday.
That's not good. Zeller is likely going to need at least a few more days to heal and there's at least a chance he doesn't make it back this season. Considering the Hornets have a great schedule going forward, Marvin Williams is worth a look in all leagues.
David Lee will start for Draymond Green on Saturday against the Bucks.
He played 31 minutes in his last start and scored 13 points on 4-of-12 from the field, but that was without Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry. When Lee is with those two in 138 minutes this season, he has a solid 19.4 usage rate, so he should still be able to produce. He's worth starting in standard leagues tonight. James Michael McAdoo and Marreese Speights should also play more.
Mo Williams (knee) is listed as questionable to play against the Heat on Saturday, according to the lineup sheet.
Coach Steve Clifford didn't say anything about an injury, but Williams has been dealing with knee soreness for a couple games. He should still play, but his owners will want to keep their eyes peeled. We'll have another update shortly.