Tim Duncan (knee) will miss Tuesday's game against the Heat.
Duncan had been upgraded to questionable on Monday, but it now looks like the Spurs will rest him through the break. While San Antonio plays the Magic again on Wednesday, it would be a surprise to see Duncan back for that game with the break looming. David West will continue to start in Duncan's absence.
Udonis Haslem (illness) is questionable for Tuesday's game against the Spurs.
Haslem missed shootaround on Tuesday and looks headed for a game-time decision against the Spurs. Haslem is averaging 8.0 minutes per game this season and isn't worth a look in any fantasy league even if he does play.
Luol Deng (illness) is questionable for Tuesday's game against the Spurs.
Deng missed shootaround with an illness and Heat head coach Erick Spoelstra said he didn't know if Deng will be available for Tuesday night. We'll keep an eye on his status, but Justise Winslow will be in line for a minutes boost if Deng is unable to suit up against the Spurs.
Hassan Whiteside (left ankle) is a game-time decision for Tuesday's game against the Spurs.
Whiteside was able to practice on Tuesday and Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra said he was encouraged by how the big man looked, so it's likely we'll see him on the court against the Spurs. Check back to make sure he's active for Tuesday, but Whiteside should be started as long as he's in the Heat lineup.
The Grizzlies have recalled Jarell Martin from the D-League.
Martin has played in just two games with the Grizzlies this season, so it goes without saying that he can be left on waivers in all fantasy leagues.
Thanasis Antetokounmpo has elected to return to the D-League.
Antetokoumpo's 10-day contract with the Knicks expired and Lower Case will now return to the Westchester Knicks since he didn't get a second 10-day contract. While Giannis' brother could eventually provide fantasy value, that time is not now and he can be left on waivers in all fantasy leagues.
Larry Sanders is plotting a return to the NBA, according to Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports.
Sanders hasn't played in an NBA game since the 2014-15 season, but is still just 27 years old. "I feel highly valuable on any team," Sanders said. "There aren't a lot of people who can bring my game to a team. I still play basketball all the time, staying in shape. I will need to make sure the situation is right for me." While the big man could help fantasy rosters if he gets minutes on a new team, he can safely be left on waivers for now.
The Pistons have recalled Spencer Dinwiddie (ankle) from the D-League.
The move is purely procedure as Dinwiddie is dealing with an ankle injury and the Pistons want to let their doctors look at it. While Dinwiddie has potential, the Pistons are committed to leaving him in the D-League this season and he can be left on waivers in all fantasy leagues.