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1/24:Minnesota Timberwolves guard/forward Jamal Crawford (toe) is questionable to play against the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday. Head coach Tom Thibodeau said Crawford is feeling better, but it's unlikely he'll play on Wednesday. He's listed as day-to-day, so if he does sit on Wednesday, then he could play on Thursday against Golden State. Marcus Georges-Hunt could be looking at minutes in the 20s on Wednesday, but that's not likely enough to make an impact in DFS.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Nick Friedell
1/24:Minnesota Timberwolves guard/forward Jimmy Butler (knee) is doubtful to play against the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday. It looks like Butler will be on the sidelines for the third straight game Wednesday, which will result in Nemanja Bjelica joining the starting five. Andrew Wiggins, Jeff Teague and Karl-Anthony Towns will be asked to step up and play bigger roles once again. The Wolves play again Thursday, but don't expect Butler to be ready by then.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Nick Friedell
1/24:Phoenix Suns center Tyson Chandler (rest) will be back in the starting lineup against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday. Chandler did not play on Monday versus Milwaukee, but he will resume his normal role on Wednesday. Greg Monroe will shift back to the bench and is expected to be removed out of the rotation entirely for this contest. Chandler is a rebounding specialist and is worth a pickup in deeper leagues.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Scott Bordow
1/24:Chicago Bulls guard Kris Dunn (concussion) won't play against the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday. Head coach Fred Hoiberg said there is no change in Dunn's status, so don't expect him to suit up on Friday versus the Lakers. Jerian Grant is likely looking at two more starts and Denzel Valentine will back him up off the bench. Both players should be worth considering in DFS on Wednesday.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: K.C. Johnson
1/24:Detroit Pistons guard/forward Reggie Bullock (thumb) is doubtful to play against the Utah Jazz on Wednesday. Head coach Stan Van Gundy said Bullock will be available, but it's unlikely that he'll actually get out on the court. Luke Kennard will likely replace Bullock in the starting lineup. Stanley Johnson and Anthony Tolliver could see extra minutes on Wednesday as well. None of these players are reliable options against a tough Jazz defense.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: James Edwards III
1/24:Philadelphia 76ers guard Jerryd Bayless (wrist) will not play against the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday. This marks his third straight game on the sidelines, and he'll be joined by teammates J.J. Redick (leg) and T.J. McConnell (personal). Timothe Luwawu and Justin Anderson could be forced into heavy minutes on Wednesday. Neither player will likely be much of a factor in DFS against Chicago.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Jessica Camerato
1/24:Utah Jazz guard/forward Rodney Hood (leg) has been ruled out of Wednesday's contest against the Detroit Pistons. This game marks the third straight contest without Hood in the rotation. It's unclear when Hood will return to the lineup. Joe Johnson, Alec Burks, and Joe Ingles will see increased playing time with Hood unable to suit up. Burks is likely the best fantasy target between the trio.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Kyle Goon
1/24:Dallas Mavericks guard Devin Harris (concussion, personal) has been ruled out for the next three games. Harris is currently without a timetable and will miss Wednesday's game with a concussion. On Thursday, he'll step away from the team, which will force Harris to miss the games on Friday and Saturday. Harris belongs on the waiver wire in all formats right now. Dennis Smith Jr., J.J. Barea and Yogi Ferrell will all gain minutes without Harris in the rotation.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Earl K. Sneed
1/24:Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie held his own on Tuesday night against one of the league’s elite point guards in Russell Westbrook. Dinwiddie has been a pleasant surprise for the Nets, who signed him to a non-guaranteed contract over the summer to give him a shot and see what he had to offer. Fast forward to January, and the front office looks like a group of geniuses. Dinwiddie on Tuesday scored 13 points to go along with seven assists and three rebounds. That is pretty much the average production for Dinwiddie this season. Lately, he has had a few 20-point games, so he has shown the capability to score when needed. Dinwiddie will look to continue the strong play, as the Nets have been playing good basketball as of late.--Mike Bash - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/24:Brooklyn Nets shooting guard Caris LeVert did a little of everything for the Nets Tuesday night in Oklahoma City. LeVert, who is enjoying a semi-breakout season for Brooklyn, has been playing mainly off the bench this season and contributing across the board for fantasy purposes. The 6-foot-7 wing and former Michigan Wolverine has shown the ability to score, pass, rebound and defend at a productive level so far this year. Tuesday night he scored six points, added six assists and came down with five boards in 19 minutes of play. These numbers show the high floor for fantasy owners with a guy like LeVert, and once D'Angelo Russell goes back to the starting lineup, LeVert owners should expect his scoring numbers to rise more towards double-digit output.--Mike Bash - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/24:Brooklyn Nets point guard D’Angelo Russell is starting to show signs that the rust is beginning to wear off after Tuesday night’s game. Although he didn’t set the world on fire with his performance, he was able to chip in seven points and four assists off the bench, while still only playing 15 minutes in the contest. Fifteen minutes is actually the most minutes he has played recently, as he only played 14 minutes in the previous two contests. Regardless of the minutes and production right now, the rust should be gone fairly soon, so expect Russell to ascend back to a starting role, most likely at the two guard where Allen Crabbe has been playing in his absence. If Russell is somehow still available, run, don’t walk, to the waiver wire to pick him up.--Mike Bash - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/24:San Antonio Spurs forward Davis Bertans started instead of Pau Gasol (wrist) on Tuesday against Cleveland and didn't disappoint with 13 points, five rebounds, three assists and a steal in 30 minutes of action. Bertans shot 4-for-9 from the field and made all of his three free throws. The 25-year-old Latvian struggled with his three-point shot, making only two from seven attempts, but overall, it was a good outing from him. Gasol's injury isn't considered to be a serious one, so Bertans probably has to take a back seat again, but he's a good streaming option whenever the Spaniard sits.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/24:San Antonio Spurs forward Kyle Anderson is fully taking advantage of the extra minutes given to him because of Kawhi Leonard's injury. After missing a double-double by two rebounds in the previous game, Anderson grabbed 12 against Cleveland on Tuesday to go along with 10 points. He shot 5-for-10 from the field on his way to a second consecutive game with double-digit points and his sixth double-double of the season. Anderson has been a fantasy dream recently, averaging 10.3 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 2.3 blocks and 2.4 steals with 8.3 points over the last three games.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/24:San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker came off the bench for the second consecutive game on Tuesday against the Cavs and had a good outing, scoring 14 points with 7-for-12 shooting and assisting on six buckets in 18 minutes. Parker hasn't been a bench player since 2010, and even that was because of injury back then, but he's showing that he doesn't need any time at all to adapt to his new role. He's averaged 19 minutes in two bench outings, scoring 13 points per game with 54.5 percent shooting, while getting 5.5 assists as well.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/24:San Antonio Spurs power forward LaMarcus Aldridge put his recent shooting woes behind him on Tuesday, hitting 12-for-18 against Cleveland to score 30 points in 41 minutes. Youngsters Dejounte Murray and Kyle Anderson took the shine in the 114-102 win, but Aldridge celebrated his sixth All-Star selection in style, adding eight boards, two steals and a block to his stat sheet. Aldridge is generally as consistent as they come, so owners shouldn't worry about another slump for a while. He's having a great season with 22.5 points, 8.7 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game, hitting 49 percent of his shots.--Taavi Pailk - RotoBallerSource: ESPN