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2/14:New Orleans Pelicans power forward/center Anthony Davis will not return to Thursday’s contest versus the Oklahoma City Thunder due to what the team is deeming a left shoulder injury. The Davis/Pelicans situation is becoming borderline untenable from a fantasy perspective, with one of the league’s top players logging significantly decreased minutes since the passing of the Trade Deadline. Davis played 16 minutes Thursday and will finish with 14 points, four rebounds and two assists, but that’s still a massive clunker for his price in DFS. Owners are stuck in the middle of this cold war between player and franchise and there doesn’t seem to be a path to it ending anytime soon.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: Daniel Sallerson
2/14:New Orleans Pelicans point guard Elfrid Payton will be sidelined for the ninth consecutive game Thursday against the Oklahoma City Thunder due to a right ankle sprain. Despite earning a questionable tag earlier in the day, there never really seemed like a chance that Payton would play as head coach Alvin Gentry has focused on bringing him back healthy for the season’s final few months. Payton enters the All-Star break having played in just 19 games due to a myriad of injuries, but has looked promising in his time on the floor. Once he’s cleared, he should be rostered in most formats.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: Will Guillory
2/14:Free-agent power forward Markieff Morris will reportedly join the Oklahoma City Thunder, per Shams Charania of The Athletic. Morris last suited up on Dec. 26, having been sidelined since due to a neck injury. The veteran forward reportedly had multiple suitors for his services, but will join a Thunder squad that sits third in the Western Conference heading to the All-Star break. Shifting back to a bench role for more than half of his outings this year, Morris has averaged 11.5 points and 5.1 rebounds per game. He’s likely to continue coming off the bench for OKC, who could use his scoring punch as a part of their second unit.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: Shams Charania
2/14:Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes suffered his first loss as a King in his third contest but managed to snag his first double-double with his new team. Barnes' double-double was also his best performance in his new home, scoring 19 points, hauling in 11 boards, dishing out four assists and snagging a pair of steals. The 26-year-old forward had an average night shooting from the field, connecting on seven of 19 and three of nine from three-point land. Barnes and the Kings are back in action on the 21st against the Golden State Warriors. While with the Mavericks, Barnes played the Warriors in three contests and looks to keep up his 20.6-point average in the series.--Matthew McGough - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
2/14:Sacramento Kings guard Buddy Hield had a high-volume night on Wednesday against the Denver Nuggets, putting up 23 shots. Of his 23 attempts, Hield managed to cash in on 25 points, hitting nine of 23 from the field and a mere two of seven from three. The Oklahoma product rounded out his night with five boards, three assists and a single steal. Hield and the Kings are back in action on the 21st against the Warriors, a team that Hield has had great success against, as he is averaging 29 points in three games against them this season.--Matthew McGough - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
2/14:Oklahoma City Thunder forward Jerami Grant (ankle) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the New Orleans Pelicans. Grant was unable to play on Monday, so Patrick Patterson drew the start. Deonte Burton played much better than Patterson is that game, so he'll be the better fantasy option for Thursday.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: NBA Injury Report
2/14:Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder (personal) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the New Orleans Pelicans. Schroder is still out after the birth of his child, so fantasy owners can expect him back after the All-Star break. Raymond Felton should soak up a majority of the backup guard minutes behind Russell Westbrook.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: NBA Injury Report
2/14:Atlanta Hawks guard Kevin Huerter (ankle) is listed as probable for Thursday's game against the New York Knicks. He was able to play 25 minutes on Tuesday despite dealing with a left ankle sprain. Fantasy owners should expect Huerter out there for this one, but should double check before tip-off.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Brad Rowland
2/14:New Orleans Pelicans guard Elfrid Payton (ankle) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. It sounds like head coach Alvin Gentry is leaning towards holding out Payton until after the All-Star break. Frank Jackson and Tim Frazier will see increased minutes without Payton on the court. Frazier is the better fantasy option if Payton is unable to play.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Pelicans PR
2/14:Atlanta Hawks guard Jaylen Adams (ankle) is listed as probable for Thursday's game against the New York Knicks. Jeremy Lin is now with the Toronto Raptors, so Adams should see around 20 minutes as the backup guard to Trae Young. However, Adams is not a must-add player in fantasy leagues right now.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: NBA Injury Report
2/14:Orlando Magic guard Markelle Fultz (shoulder) is still without a timetable and won't rush back to the court. Fultz was traded to Orlando at the deadline, and has been given a chance to hit the reset button. It's unclear whether or not Fultz will actually suit up for the Magic this season. He could be worth stashing if you have an open IR spot, but it's unclear if Fultz will play this season.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Orlando Magic Daily
2/14:Indiana Pacers power forward/center Domantas Sabonis emerged as a breakout fantasy contributor prior to the All-Star break this season, putting the finishing touches on his first-half numbers during Wednesday’s loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. While he essentially just hit his averages, Sabonis finished with 14 points, nine rebounds, three assists and two steals coming off the bench. He came just a rebound shy of recording his 23rd double-double of the season, firmly entrenching his name in the conversation for Sixth Man of the Year.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
2/14:Charlotte Hornets guard Malik Monk was in the G-League, but has been recalled and is expected to be available for Thursday's game against the Orlando Magic. Tony Parker (back) is not expected to play, so Monk should see minutes as the backup point guard to Kemba Walker.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: NBA Injury Report
2/14:Milwaukee Bucks center Brook Lopez produced an odd-looking stat sheet during Wednesday’s win over the Indiana Pacers. The Bucks’ starting center took 11 shots in total, 10 of which came from behind the three-point line en route to hitting three, which accounted for all nine of his points. Lopez did manage to add six rebounds and a season-high three steals in his 35 minutes, but the seven-footer seeing that much time on the floor and taking just one shot inside the paint remains confounding. Lopez enters the All-Star break having averaged 2.4 makes from long range per game, shooting 37.2 percent on the year.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
2/14:New York Knicks forward Mario Hezonja (leg) is doubtful for Thursday's game against the Atlanta Hawks. Hezonja played just six minutes on Wednesday and is now on the injury report with a left leg contusion. Damyean Dotson is expected to jump into the starting five if Hezonja is unable to play. Fantasy owners should check back closer to game time for more information.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: NBA Injury Report
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