Ersan Ilyasova (concussion) has been ruled out for Monday's game vs. the Hornets.
Julius Randle (leg) was spotted getting up some free throws during Sunday's shootaround.
Randle will remain out for the 2014-15 season, and this is just a small step in what will be a lengthy recovery for the 2014 lottery pick.
Ryan Kelly (hamstring) participated in some 3-on-3 drills on Saturday, and head coach Byron Scott said that he could return for Friday's game vs. the Grizzlies.
Kelly will likely be eased back into the rotation, but even fully healthy, he'll have a very limited role with the Lakers and won't be worth owning in most leagues.
Kobe Bryant (soreness) will return to the starting lineup for Sunday's game vs. the Suns.
Bryant's return to action will send Wayne Ellington back to the bench, and take away some touches from Carlos Boozer. Kobe will be limited to 30 minutes tonight, but that's plenty of time for him to put up stats in an up-tempo game with Phoenix. He's obviously a must-start option every time he's in uniform, so go ahead and get him active.
J.R. Smith (heel) is questionable for Sunday's game vs. Portland.
He has had some tough luck with plantar fasciitis and has now missed nine straight games so don't be surprised if he sits this one out. Owners in standard leagues can continue to ignore Smith while Tim Hardaway Jr. is definitely worth a look in all leagues. Stay tuned.
Samuel Dalembert (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against Portland.
He suffered the injury on Saturday but X-rays were negative and it is not considered to be serious. Regardless, Dalembert isn't an option in most leagues even when he is healthy so it would just mean more minutes for the emerging Cole Aldrich.
Chris Bosh (calf) was able to participate in all of Sunday's practice, and is expected to be re-evaluated on Monday to determine his status for their game against the Magic.
The Heat have been in shambles without him, going just 3-5 in his absence so it will be great for them to get him back. Bosh's owners will have to check back on Monday before activating him in their lineups, but things are finally starting to look up. Bosh's return would spell trouble for the value of Shawne Williams (foot) and Chris Andersen.
Darrell Arthur (leg) will be able to play on Sunday vs. the Raptors.
He was available to play on Friday as well, but the Nuggets opted to give him some additional rest. However, Kenneth Faried has finally broken out of his slump so there likely won't be a lot of minutes available for Arthur. Feel free to keep him on the waiver wire.