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2 years agoBrooklyn Nets guard/forward Allen Crabbe had a rough night shooting the ball on Tuesday, shooting 3-for-15 from the field, to finish with 13 points in the win. All but one of Crabbe's shots came from beyond the arc against Washington, and all of his three makes were actually from deep. He was better on the defensive side of things and managed to get a steal and a block in this one. Crabbe also finished with five rebounds, three assists and one turnover in his 31 minutes on the floor. Crabbe has been mediocre at best lately, but he is doing what owners expect of him, which is hit threes and score in the double digits. He makes for a fine final roster spot.--Matthew ThomasSource: NBA
2 years agoDenver Nuggets small forward Wilson Chandler has really found his groove. Chandler has gotten 18 points in the last two games. In Tuesday night's game, Chandler scored 18 points, going 6-for-11 from the floor and 2-for-4 from three-point range. Chandler also grabbed four rebounds and handed out one assist as well. Since Chandler has come back from injury, the Nuggets have been starting him more as a power forward to stretch the floor, and Chandler is starting to really feel comfortable in that role. Chandler and the Nuggets next clash Wednesday night with the Boston Celtics, who give up the fewest points in the NBA, so fantasy owners may want to be cautious.--Matt Sparkington - RotoBallerSource: Matt Sparkington-RotoBaller
2 years agoDenver Nuggets shooting guard Will Barton didn't have the normal scoring output that fantasy owners are accustomed to on Tuesday, scoring only four points. Barton scored those four points on only five shots, but Barton initiated the offense and dished out 10 assists. The 10 assists in Tuesday night's game were a season high for Barton. This also made it two straight games where Barton has handed out at least nine assists in a game. With Nikola Jokic still out, the point position has been more of a team effort, but Barton has been taking the reigns of late and getting the rest of the team involved.--Matt Sparkington - RotoBallerSource: Matt Sparkington-RotoBaller
2 years agoDallas Mavericks point guard Dennis Smith Jr. (hip) has been ruled out Tuesday night and the team's upcoming road trip. Smith Jr. will miss Thursday night's game in Golden State and Saturday night's game in San Antonio, marking his fourth and fifth straight games missed with this hip injury. In his absence, Yogi Ferrell and J.J. Barea remain the biggest beneficiaries, while Devin Harris gets some extra run as well. Smith Jr.'s next chance to play will be on Monday when the Phoenix Suns come to visit.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: Eddie Sefko
2 years agoWashington Wizards point guard John Wall (knee) has been ruled out for Tuesday night's game in Brooklyn. This will mark Wall's ninth straight game on the shelf, a stretch in which the Wizards have recorded four wins and four losses. However, Wall has been making progress by logging full practices the last couple of days and is tentatively slated to return Wednesday night when the Wizards face the Memphis Grizzlies. The Wizards and fantasy owners have solely missed Wall's production, as he is averaging 20.3 points, 9.3 assists, 3.4 rebounds, 1.1 steals and 1.1 blocks per game this season. Tim Frazier and Tomas Satoransky will continue to man the point while Wall is sidelined.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: Chase Hughes
2 years agoPhoenix Suns center Tyson Chandler will remain in the starting lineup against the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday. The Suns have been so random with their rotations lately, it's difficult to determine who is going to start for them. Chandler starting means less minutes for both Greg Monroe and Alex Len. Both players aren't worth using in DFS when Chandler starts. Chandler is a rebounding specialist that can drop a double-double from time to time.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Scott Bordow
2 years agoNew Orleans Pelicans guard/forward Tony Allen (leg) is expected to miss the next three to four weeks due to a non-displaced left proximal fibula fracture. Allen is averaging 4.7 points, 2.1 rebounds and 0.4 assists this season. He's not much of a factor in fantasy leagues besides deeper leagues. Darius Miller has become a reliable shooter and a better fit for the Pelicans offense. Owners can drop Allen since he's likely going to be out about a month, and he doesn't have enough upside to keep on your roster.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Daniel Sallerson
2 years agoSan Antonio Spurs guard/forward Kawhi Leonard (quadriceps) is "good to go" for Tuesday's game against the Dallas Mavericks, according to head coach Gregg Popovich. However, Leonard will be on a minutes restriction for the first few games. That's understandable, as Leonard hasn't played in an NBA game in over six months and is expected to be rested from time to time as well. Once Leonard is back at full speed, he's going to be a fantastic fantasy option. He'll likely be a risky option the first few games back in DFS due to his minutes restriction.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Tom Orsborn
2 years agoPhiladelphia 76ers point guard T.J. McConnell (shoulder) is questionable to play against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday. He's missed five of the last six games, and was initially listed as probable for Tuesday's game. Head coach Brett Brown "didn’t like what he saw from McConnell at [Tuesday's] shootaround." This could mean bad news for McConnell, but also means more playing time for Jerryd Bayless. If McConnell can't play, then Bayless is a low-cost option in DFS.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Keith Pompey
2 years agoPhiladelphia 76ers forward Robert Covington (back) is a game-time decision against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday. He took a hard hit when he dove into the stands after a loose ball in Saturday's game. The X-rays and CT span came back clean which is great news. We'll have to wait until head coach Brett Brown addresses the media before knowing Covington's status. The Sixers will use a committee of wings to absorb the minutes if Covington can't play.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Keith Pompey
2 years agoPhiladelphia 76ers forward/center Joel Embiid (back) is listed as a game-time decision against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday. Embiid has missed the last two games after experiencing tightness in his back last Thursday. He was able to participate in most of the shootaround on Tuesday morning. Richaun Holmes and Amir Johnson should log in 20 plus minutes each if Embiid is unable to play. Holmes is a solid short-term option in case Embiid is forced to miss more time.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Keith Pompey
2 years agoCleveland Cavaliers forward/center Kevin Love (hip) is questionable to play against the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday. Tip-off is at 7pm EST, so there is plenty of time before DFS lock. Both Love and Tristan Thompson (calf) are likely going to be game-time decisions on Tuesday. If Love does play, Ante Zizic will be bumped out of the starting lineup and likely out of the rotation entirely. Channing Frye and Jeff Green would see less minutes off the bench if Love does play.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Dave McMenamin
2 years agoCleveland Cavaliers forward/center Tristan Thompson (calf) is questionable to play against the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday. Thompson has been sidelined since Nov. 1 but is expected to make his return against the Hawks on Tuesday. Head coach Tyronn Lue said that Thompson would come off the bench at first since he hasn't played in over a month. Over his first eight games this season, Thompson was averaging 4.4 points and 6.4 rebounds in 21.6 minutes.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource:
2 years agoWashington Wizards center Ian Mahinmi (knee) is questionable to play against the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday. He's coming off two strong games, averaging 12.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 0.5 blocks in 24.5 minutes. Durability has always been a concern for Mahinmi, but this injury seems like a day-to-day issue. If Mahinmi can't play, Marcin Gortat would be looking at a heavier workload. Jason Smith and Mike Scott would be candidates to see extra minutes.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Candace Buckner
2 years agoGolden State Warriors small forward Kevin Durant had another ho-hum night, dropping 28 points (on 11 of 21 shooting) to go along with nine rebounds, six assists and two blocks in a win versus the Portland Trail Blazers. Nobody on the Trail Blazers could hope to stop Durant, as he scored with relative ease all night and dished out some nice passes as well. Durant has done a terrific job of running the offense with Stephen Curry out with his ankle injury. In Curry's absence, Durant has been averaging six assists per game, so expect those numbers to continue until Curry's return.--Daniel Brodie - RotoballerSource: