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1/19:Golden State Warriors forward/center Jordan Bell (ankle) has been ruled out for at least two weeks. Bell was on crutches and in a walking boot following Wednesday's game with the Chicago Bulls. The MRI revealed a sprain and Bell will be forced to miss multiple games. He's confident about returning this season, but owners may want to drop him. Kevon Looney will likely be tasked with a heavier role while Draymond Green (shoulder) is sidelined.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Anthony Slater
1/19:Houston Rockets forward Luc Mbah a Moute was in the starting five for just the fourth time this season on Thursday, and he didn't disappoint, scoring eight of the Rockets first 13 points and finishing with 14 points. He made five of his eight shots, including four of six three-pointers. He also added five rebounds, two assists and a steal in 34 minutes. He'll likely be in line for another start on Saturday against Golden State, as Trevor Ariza serves the final game of his suspension. He could be a sneaky DFS play in a meetingread more...
1/19:Houston Rockets center Nene Hilario (knee) was back on the court on Thursday after missing six games. The Brazilian big man had a solid outing against Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves with 12 points on 6-for-11 shooting and eight rebounds in 22 minutes. Hilario has seen his playing time dip this season, as the Rockets will want to keep him fresh for the playoffs. It was only the third time this season that he had at least 20 minutes of action. As long as Clint Capela is healthy, youread more...
1/19:Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul was a key part of his team's Thursday night win over Minnesota, scoring 19 points on 6-for-12 shooting. He made four three-pointers, including a fourth-quarter shot over Karl-Anthony Towns that helped Houston seal the victory. Paul also added nine assists and three steals for the Rockets. CP3 will try to continue his strong play on Saturday against Golden State. Even with James Harden back, Paul remains a strong fantasy player due to his combination of shooting and passing.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerread more...
1/19:Houston Rockets center Clint Capela scored 20 points on 7-for-9 shooting in Houston's Thursday night win over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Capela didn't have a great night on the boards -- his five rebounds tied him for fourth best on the team -- but he was a key part of the victory. Perhaps the most intriguing part of his night for fantasy owners was that Capela went a perfect 6-for-6 from the free throw line as he continues to improve that part of his game. If that trend continues, Capela becomes an even stronger fantasy play.--read more...
1/19:Houston Rockets shooting guard Eric Gordon scored 30 points on Thursday to help the short-handed Rockets take down the Timberwolves. Gordon made 11 of his 19 shot attempts, including a 7-for-13 night from behind the arc. Houston's top bench player also had three rebounds and three assists. It's unlikely that Gordon repeats this scoring display on Saturday against the Warriors, but he'll have some DFS value with Trevor Ariza and Gerald Green still serving suspensions.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/19:Houston Rockets shooting guard James Harden made his return from a hamstring injury in Thursday's win over Minnesota, but the Rockets star looked a little rusty. Harden shot just 3-for-15 from the field and managed just 10 points -- a fourth-quarter trip to the free throw line allowed Harden continue a streak of double-digit scoring games that ranks as the second longest in the league. The guard also added seven assists in his 26 minutes of action. Harden will try to bounce back on Saturday against Golden State.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: read more...
1/18:Boston Celtics power forward/center Al Horford had his hands full with 76ers center Joel Embiid (26 points, 16 rebounds) on Thursday. Horford had a relatively quiet night, scoring a modest 14 points on 5-for-11 shooting with one three-pointer. He added an underwhelming three rebounds and three assists to go along with some serviceable defensive stats (one steal, two blocks). Big Al was without his All-Star offensive anchor Kyrie Irving (shoulder) in this one and isn't typically a centerpiece for any offense. Look for him to be better against the Magicread more...
1/18:Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum had another quiet night on Thursday against Philly, scoring just 11 points on an inefficient 4-for-11 from the field. Tatum hit a big three-pointer at the final two-minute mark to bring the Celtics within striking distance, but the Sixers lead proved to be too much to overcome. He grabbed four rebounds in the loss and was effective on defense with two blocks and two steals in his team-high 36 minutes. The rookie is still blowing his ADP out of the water, but he has slowed down a bit as of late.read more...
1/18:Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart drew the start on Thursday with Celtics All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving (shoulder) sidelined. Smart scored 14 points in his 34 minutes on 6-for-11 shooting with one make from downtown. He added five rebounds and one assist, but the four turnovers hurt owners in this one. Irving could be back in there for the next game, so Smart may have blown his chance to really shine for owners.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource: NBA
1/18:Boston Celtics guard/forward Jaylen Brown had a decent game against the Sixers on Thursday, hitting two treys to finish with 12 points on 4-for-12 shooting. This makes six double-digit scoring performances since New Year's Eve with only one dud in that span. He helped out with three rebounds, four assists and one steal in his 33 minutes, with just one turnover as well. Brown will try to stay with the scoring trend of 2018 on Sunday against the Magic.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource: NBA
1/18:Boston Celtics forward Marcus Morris kept up his hot streak on Thursday, scoring 14 points on 4-for-9 shooting. Morris was decent in the rebounding column, coming up with six boards on the night. He committed three turnovers in the loss, but that seemed to be the theme of the night for both teams. He has firmly planted himself on almost all radars with three straight impressive performances. Morris will look to solidify his role on Sunday against the Magic.--Matthew Thomas - RotoBallerSource: NBA
1/18:Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid went off against the Celtics on Thursday, dropping an effective 26 points (10-for-19) in 34 minutes of action. Embiid was a monster on the glass, pulling down a game-high 16 boards on the night. He even showed Celtics center Al Horford up on the passing side of things, going home with six assists on the night. The newly appointed All-Star was a defensive presence in this one as well, swatting two shots while coming away with one steal, too. As usual, Embiid piled up a lot of turnovers,read more...
1/18:Philadelphia 76ers point guard/forward Ben Simmons failed to hit double digits in any category in the win against the Celtics on Thursday. Simmons flirted with a double-double in this one, finishing with eight points and seven rebounds, but he wasn't able to get it done for owners. Simmons' assist numbers were a little low in Boston as well, only connecting with his teammates four times in the contest. He did get a steal but also committed three turnovers in his 34 minutes. The good news is the Sixers got the win. Simmons' next chance to putread more...
1/18:Philadelphia 76ers forward Dario Saric had a solid outing against the Celtics in Boston, scoring 16 points with two triples on 6-for-14 shooting. Saric added six rebounds to his line with two assists. He was playing some opportunistic defense in this one, racking up three steals in his 33 minutes. Saric was one of three Sixers to commit four turnovers on Thursday, as ball security was a big issue for both teams. The homie Dario will look to continue his double-digit scoring streak on Saturday against the Bucks. The last time he failed to reach 10read more...
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