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1/18:Philadelphia 76ers guard T.J. McConnell played well on Thursday despite his four turnovers in 25 minutes. McConnell splashed two buckets from deep against the Celtics as he dropped 15 points on a nice 5-for-8 shooting. He was active on the defensive end in the win, coming away with three steals on the night. McConnell also added two boards and two assists in the all-around solid showing off the bench. McConnell should see a nice bump in usage in the upcoming schedule, as Sixers guard J.J. Redick (leg) could be out for a few weeks.read more...
1/18:Orlando Magic small forward Jonathon Simmons played well in a close loss on Thursday night. Simmons played 35 minutes and put up 16 points, three rebounds, four assists, a block and two steals. He contributed across the board Thursday, but that wasn't enough to propel his team to a victory. The Magic bench really let the team down, as all but one player posted a negative plus/minus. Simmons' next matchup will be a tough one, as he squares off with Jayson Tatum, a solid defender and Rookie of the Year candidate.--read more...
1/18:Orlando Magic shooting guard Mario Hezonja came off the bench on Thursday and led both teams in bench points. He was the only bright spot on the Magic bench, posting a plus-five plus/minus. Hezonja went 5-for-11 from the field for 12 points and added two rebounds, assists and turnovers. He missed on all four of his three-point attempts, which was quite surprising considering the Cavs aren't good at guarding the three, and Hezonja is shooting 33 percent from three on the season. The next game won't get any easier for Hezonja, as he faces the Bostonread more...
1/18:Orlando Magic shooting guard Evan Fournier had a below average night against the Cavaliers porous defense. Although he seemed to be in foul trouble throughout the game, he still managed to play his average amount of minutes. He shot 6-for-15 from the field for 17 points and added five rebounds, three assists and a steal. Fantasy owners were surely hoping for more facing the weak Cavaliers wing defenders, but Thursday just wasn't his night. Don't expect much of a bounce back for him next game, as he will be facing off against Jaylenread more...
1/18:Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon had quite the off shooting night against the Cavaliers. He was 7-for-20 from the field, including 2-for-10 from deep. He ended with 17 points, 11 rebounds and three steals, but it still was not enough to propel his team to victory. The game was a blowout before halftime, but the Magic clawed their way back and Gordon still saw his full allotment of minutes. The Magic play the Celtics next, and you should expect much better defense from them. It'll be a slower-paced game against solid defenders, so you may wantread more...
1/18:Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside has a very favorable matchup on the horizon on Friday as the Heat will square off with Brooklyn. The Nets defense has been slowly improving as the season continues, with one exception: they have been atrocious against centers, as they are allowing the most rebounds and blocks to opposing centers, two of Whiteside's strengths. Pair that with the large pace bump that the Heat are getting by playing the Nets, and you have a formula for success. Last night, Whiteside scored 27 points and added six blocks, both game highs sinceread more...
1/18:Brooklyn Nets point guard D'Angelo Russell (knee) has been sidelined since mid-November following knee surgery and is tentatively expected to return Friday night against the Miami Heat. Russell will most likely have a minutes restriction due to the lengthy injury, but his return will bump Spencer Dinwiddie back to the bench. Coach Kenny Atkinson has expressed desire to play Russell and Dinwiddie together, but Dinwiddie's current value will almost certainly drop. Caris LeVert is also likely to have his minutes reduced, while the other Nets starters will see a decreaseread more...
1/18:Portland Trail Blazers center Jusuf Nurkic finds himself in a great spot on Thursday night as the Blazers host the Indiana Pacers on a short, four-game slate. On a night that also includes Joel Embiid, Karl-Anthony Towns and Kevin Love as roster options, Nurkic offers real value at a mid-range price. In the month of January, he's averaging just shy of 32 DraftKings points and has grabbed seven or more rebounds in seven of his nine games. Over this nine-game stretch, five of the nine teams areread more...
1/18:Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Derrick Rose (knee) will make his long-awaited return Thursday night against the Orlando Magic after missing the last two months with a knee injury. The Cavs confirmed Rose will work with the second unit on a minutes restriction Thursday and see how his injury responds. This is good news for Cleveland with another playmaker returning to the lineup, but Rose has very little fantasy appeal with point guard Isaiah Thomas healthy and starting.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: read more...
1/18:Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart (illness) will start over the injured point guard Kyrie Irving (shoulder) in Thursday night's game against the Philadelphia 76ers. Irving was questionable coming into the contest with a sore shoulder, but head coach Brad Stevens has decided to be cautious with their star and sit him out Thursday. Smart was also questionable for Thursday with an illness, but feels a lot better coming into the night and will start in place of Irving. Point guard Terry Rozier will pick up extra run as the backupread more...
1/18:Orlando Magic shooting guard Evan Fournier gets a juicy matchup Thursday against a fast-paced, defensively-challenged Cleveland Cavaliers team. After scoring 32 points on Tuesday against the Minnesota Timberwolves, who have been locking down opposing shooting guards to the least amount of points over the last 10 games, Fournier gets an easier matchup against the Cavaliers. The Cavaliers have been allowing the third most points per game to guards. This game should be fast-paced and lack defense, so get Fournier in your lineups for Thursday's game!--Logan Haid - RotoBallerSource: NBA
1/18:Phoenix Suns small forward T.J. Warren (back) is expected to rejoin the starting lineup on Friday versus the Denver Nuggets. He practiced on Wednesday and is on track to return after a two-game absence. Marquese Chriss will not play and has been ruled out of action for Friday. Josh Jackson will lose some minutes and some value with Warren returning to the lineup. Warren is expected to return, but owners should check back on Friday for more information.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Scott Bordow
1/18:Phoenix Suns forward/center Marquese Chriss (hip) has been ruled out of Friday's contest against the Denver Nuggets. This will mark the fourth straight game without Chriss, and it's unclear when he'll be back on the court. Owners should try hanging onto him because he does have promising upside when healthy. Dragan Bender figures to draw another start on Friday with Chriss ruled out. Bender is worth a look in DFS but not in season-long leagues.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Scott Bordow
1/18:Indiana Pacers guard/forward Lance Stephenson (illness) is questionable to play against the Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday. He was left at the team hotel during shootaround and is likely headed towards a game-time decision against the Blazers. Stephenson has been more of an option in deeper leagues but has put together multiple double-double performances over the last couple of weeks. Owners should check back before tip-off for more information.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Clifton Brown
1/18:Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart (illness) is questionable to play against the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday. Smart and Kyrie Irving (shoulder) did not practice on Wednesday and are both questionable heading into Thursday's contest with the Sixers. The Celtics could be thin at guard if both of them are unable to play. Terry Rozier, Shane Larkin and Jaylen Brown would all pick up extra playing time if Smart and/or Irving are out on Thursday.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: A.read more...
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