Nikola Vucevic (ankle) will not play against the Grizzlies on Monday.
Glen Rice Jr. and Trevor Booker will start against the Nuggets on Monday.
This just goes to show how bad Chris Singleton was over the weekend, and the team still isn't comfortable in giving rookie Otto Porter minutes yet. Rice is worth a look in very deep leagues, but the expectations should be very low. However, Trevor Booker could be a double-double threat tonight.
Reggie Bullock will not play against the Sixers on Monday due to a sprained ankle and said he hopes to be back in a couple weeks.
He suffered the injury on Saturday and did not return to the game. Bullock was getting more minutes with J.J. Redick out, but now that the team picked up Stephen Jackson, there is less to like about his chances for playing time. He doesn't have much fantasy appeal this season.
Bradley Beal (leg) was re-evaluated on Monday.
There is nothing to report from the evaluation and he will have to undergo several tests before he can return to action. Beal's stress injury is in a different part of his leg from last year, so the Wizards likely going to be extra careful. He should still be owned in all leagues, but there is no timetable for his return.
Rudy Gay is unlikely to play against the Mavericks on Monday.
Since the Raptors plays have "no chance" to play on Tuesday, that means Rudy should not be playing tonight. The Kings have started to look better on offense, so it should be interesting to see if their new player stagnates the ball movement. There should be a lot of Ben McLemore to go with some Jason Thompson, Derrick Williams and Marcus Thornton to help the short-handed Kings.
General manager Masai Ujiri said there was "no chance" his new players will be available for Tuesday's game against the Spurs.
That means Greivis Vasquez, John Salmons, Patrick Patterson and Chuck Hayes won't be suiting up. Terrence Ross and Steve Novak picked up most of the slack and the Raptors even had a lineup that had Ross and Novak at the forward spots. Vasquez loses some value in this deal and would likely need an injury to Kyle Lowry to have value worth owning in 10-team leagues.
Toney Douglas (leg) is a game-time decision for Monday's game against the Bobcats.
This is nothing new and he's been a game-time call a handful of times. Douglas basically has no value while Stephen Curry is healthy.
DeAndre Jordan (foot) will play against the Sixers on Monday.
This was expected with the team almost putting him back in the game on Saturday after he sustained the injury. It's probably safe to assume Jordan will be close to his 35.1 minutes per game and he could have a big night against an up-tempo Sixers team. He should be in all lineups tonight.