Marcus Smart (leg) is not on crutches and is unlikely to play in the upcoming five-game road trip.
He also has a good chance to miss two games at home after that, so we might not see Smart back until near Christmas. While he's out, R.J. Hunter will get in the rotation while Avery Bradley and Isaiah Thomas carry the load on offense.
Matthew Dellavedova (calf) will be a game-time decision vs. Charlotte on Friday.
The Cavs are reportedly "hopeful" that he will return tonight, but his fantasy value has already plummeted with Mo Williams back in action. There's no incentive to gamble on Dellavedova at less than 100 percent.
Timofey Mozgov (shoulder) will be a game-time decision to face the Hornets on Friday.
There's a pretty good chance he may come off the bench because Tristan Thompson has looked good in the first unit. If Mozgov is a go, that would mean less run for Thompson and Anderson Varejao.
Channing Frye is getting another start against the Bucks on Friday.
The starting lineup of Frye, Elfrid Payton, Evan Fournier, Tobias Harris and Nikola Vucevic did not fare well on Wednesday, posting a putrid minus-34.3 net rating in 16 minutes against the Knicks -- the worst combo with at least two minutes on Wednesday. Frye played 20 minutes and hopefully he plays less tonight.
Eric Bledsoe (knee) is doing well and is the probable starter for Friday against the Warriors.
He did not look right on Wednesday and the Suns will have him tonight for their biggest home game of the season. Bledsoe is a terrific on-ball defender, but we'll see how he handles the passing of the Warriors. He should have a nice stat line tonight as long as he can stay healthy.
Alex Len will move back to the bench against the Warriors on Friday.
With Tyson Chandler back and the Suns likely going to play with a deficit in the second half, Len probably won't be looking at big minutes tonight. He's been a pretty big letdown from a really nice offseason and preseason, too.
Tyson Chandler (illness) will return to the starting lineup on Friday against the Warriors.
He missed Wednesday due to an illness. Chandler will have a tall task ahead of him with the Warriors offense coming to town tonight. His return means less minutes for Alex Len and Jon Leuer. Chandler isn't a must-own player in standard leagues anymore.
P.J. Hairston (head) is not on the injury report for Friday's game against the Cavs.
His head injury from Wednesday seems like it's behind him. Hairston should be in the starting lineup, but probably won't get more than 16-22 minutes tonight. He is only worth a look in very deep leagues.