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1/22:Dallas Mavericks guard Devin Harris (head) is listed as questionable to play against the Washington Wizards on Monday. Head coach Rick Carlisle hinted that Harris wasn't going to play and said he was at the doctor getting checked out. If Harris is ruled out, that means more playing time for guys like Dennis Smith Jr., Yogi Ferrell and J.J. Barea. Harris belongs on the waiver wire in most standard leagues. DSJ and Ferrell could be interesting DFS candidates if Harris is sidelined Monday.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Eddie Safko
1/22:Utah Jazz guard/forward Rodney Hood (leg) has been ruled out of Monday's contest against the Atlanta Hawks. This will be his second game on the shelf, and it's not a good sign that he was ruled out this early. He should be considered questionable for Wednesday's game against the Pistons. Joe Ingles scored 21 points off the Clippers on Saturday. He should see plenty of playing time Monday, and guys like Joe Johnson and Alec Burks should see a bump in minutes as well.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: David Locke
1/22:Brooklyn Nets small forward DeMarre Carroll had a ho-hum game in the Sunday night win over the Detroit Pistons. Carroll wasn’t spectacular with 16 points, five rebounds, three assists and one steal, but he did enough to fill up the stat sheet and help his team get a win. This has been what Carroll is for the Nets, as he has been the most consistent starter for a team searching for an identity as they rebuild for the future. He won’t supply fantasy teams with monster games on most nights, but he gets involved enough to be a consistent producer night in and night out. There is a possibility that he gets moved before the trade deadline, and if that’s the case, his usage would go down and his numbers may take a slight decline. For now, insert him into your lineups and don’t worry about him.--Mike Bash - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/22:Brooklyn Nets point guard D’Angelo Russell struggled again in his second game back from knee surgery. Russell was a little better on Sunday, making one shot from the field instead of zero, but he wasn’t much better otherwise. This is expected from Russell, as he is working his way back from a nine-week absence from the court. Russell will eventually shake away the rust and build on to the strong start of the season that he was having before he went down. He should stay on the bench for now in fantasy leagues until he shows he’s 100 percent, but if he is somehow still on the waiver wire, make sure to go get him immediately, as he will be a strong contributor down the stretch.--Mike Bash - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/22:Brooklyn Nets power forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson had a monster game in what has been a breakout season for the third-year forward out of Arizona. Sunday night, Hollis-Jefferson scored 21 points while showing a strong effort on the glass with eight rebounds in addition to dishing out seven dimes in what was an all-around strong showing. RHJ has been one of, if not the most improved player, for Brooklyn from last year to this current season. He is showing the ability that he can do a little of everything while on the floor, helping contribute in a multitude of ways as he has found his calling in the NBA. He has developed a strong mid-range jumper, an improved stroke from the free throw line and has attacked the glass strong for an undersized four. He came into college as a point guard out of high school, so he figures to be one of the stronger assist guys out of the four position more often than not. He continues to be an efficient fantasy asset moving forward.--Mike Bash - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/22:Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie showed his clutch trait on Sunday night by hitting a game-winning shot in the waning moments of the contest to lift the Nets to a 101-100 victory over the Detroit Pistons. The shot was the cap to another solid game for Dinwiddie in which he scored 22 points, dished out five assists and chipped in on the glass with four boards. In what has been a breakout season for Dinwiddie, fantasy owners are more than happy with the production they have gotten from him with the only blemish as of late being his turnover numbers. Although Dinwiddie is still near the top of the league in Ast/TO ratio, the last few games have shown higher turnover numbers. Those numbers should correct themselves and the production will continue to be consistent for Dinwiddie.--Mike Bash - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/22:San Antonio Spurs point guard Dejounte Murray made a surprising start ahead of Tony Parker on Sunday in a loss to Indiana. The 21-year-old had a good all-around performance with 28 minutes of action, scoring eight points on 3-for-8 shooting, missing his only three-point shot but making both free throws. Murray did a great job on the boards, grabbing seven rebounds, and he also helped out with four assists, three steals and a block. Time will tell if the tweak was just a one-off thing, as postgame head coach Gregg Popovich wasn't willing to commit to Murray as his new starting point guard.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/22:Indiana Pacers forward/center Domantas Sabonis went cold from the field on Sunday, managing only nine points on 2-for-8 shooting from the field in the win against the San Antonio Spurs. The Lithuanian sophomore was also disappointing on the glass, pulling down a season-low three rebounds. The Pacers were playing without their star center, Myles Turner, for the seventh straight game with his return date still being unknown. The only available big on the team's bench is center Al Jefferson, who is in the tail end of his career, so Sabonis will continue to have his opportunities. As a result, he should bounce back and continue to be a reliable source of points, rebounds and efficient field goal percentage, at least until Turner returns.--Ryan Go - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/22:Indiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo registered 19 points on 8-for-14 shooting from the field in the impressive win against the reeling San Antonio Spurs. The only flaw in his stat line on Sunday was his six turnovers, which he helped offset by nabbing three steals. Nonetheless, Oladipo is averaging career highs in points (24.2), three-pointers (2.5), rebounds (5.2) and steals (1.9). Perhaps the most impressive improvement that he has made this season is his efficiency, shooting a career-high 48.5 percent from the field despite taking more shots than ever. He should be an All-Star come February and is returning first-round production for fantasy owners.--Ryan Go - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo
1/21:San Antonio Spurs center Pau Gasol had an efficient night on Sunday in a 94-86 loss to the Indiana Pacers. He shot 6-for-8, missing only from the three-point line, to record 14 points in 31 minutes. After a couple of games without a single block, Gasol also helped out nicely on the defensive end, getting three swats. He narrowly missed out on a double-double again as he ended with nine rebounds, but Gasol should be able to get double-digit rebounds once more in the next game when San Antonio faces the Cavs, who are among the worst rebounding teams in the league.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/21:San Antonio Spurs forward Kyle Anderson had a second consecutive superb all-around game on Sunday in a 94-86 home loss to the Indiana Pacers. Anderson went 4-for-6 from the field, including 2-for-4 from behind the arc, for 10 points in 34 minutes. He grabbed eight boards, dished out three assists and had a massive night on the defensive end with three blocks and five steals. The 24-year-old has now had five steals in two games this month. He doesn't really have an important role in San Antonio's offense, but if you're looking for defensive stats, then Anderson is a good pick up.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/21:San Antonio Spurs power forward LaMarcus Aldridge had another poor shooting night in Sunday's 94-86 loss to the Indiana Pacers. After making only six of his 25 shots on Friday against Toronto, Aldridge went 5-for-14 against the Pacers, ending up with only 10 points in 37 minutes of action. However, it wasn't a complete shocker of a night from him, as he at least managed to get his sixth double-double of the month with 10 rebounds. Aldridge has been a disappointment recently, but he should get back on track in the next game as the Spurs face Cleveland and its laughable defense.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/21:San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker came off the bench for the first time since 2010 in Sunday's 94-86 loss to the Indiana Pacers. In total, it was just the 21st time in Parker's career that he had to settle for a bench role. He's been awful this month, so it looks like head coach Gregg Popovich used the benching to light the fire inside the Frenchman again. It worked, as Parker had a solid outing, getting 12 points in 20 minutes on 5-for-10 shooting. He also had five assists, three rebounds and a steal.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/21:New York Knicks power forward Kristaps Porzingis did a little bit of everything on Sunday, doing most of his damage in the scoring column, dropping a tidy 17 points (7-for-13) on the Lakers while hitting both of his attempts from beyond the arc. Porzingis wasn't overly impressive elsewhere, grabbing just four rebounds to along with one assist, one steal and one block in his 28 minutes. On a positive note, KP didn't commit any turnovers in this one. Porzingis and the Knicks will now head to the Bay Area and attempt to upset the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource: NBA
1/21:New York Knicks center Enes Kanter led both teams in rebounding on Sunday against the Lakers, pulling down 14 boards in his 29 minutes of action. Kanter also scored the ball well with 12 points on 6-for-9 shooting on the night. He dished out two assists but slipped up with four turnovers in the losing effort. Kanter has played pretty well over the last few games. The Knicks will now head to Oracle Arena to take on the league-best Golden State Warriors on Tuesday.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource: NBA