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1/22:Dallas Mavericks point guard J.J. Barea strained his left calf during Friday night's overtime loss to the Utah Jazz. According to coach Rick Carlisle, Barea will likely be out until after the All-Star break. Off the bench, the Puerto Rican point guard has averaged 12.2 points, 4.9 assists, and 2.9 rebounds per game. While he started the season on a tear, injuries have derailed a once-promising campaign. In his last four games, Barea seemed to find his groove once more, but this latest injury will shut him down for a while. Barea's injury increases the fantasy value ofread more...
1/22:Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was able to practice on Sunday and is questionable against Sacramento tomorrow. He has been out for the past couple weeks dealing with a left shoulder injury, but it looks like he could make a return soon. KCP has averaged 14.5 points, one steal, and two triples this season and his offense has been sorely missed by Detroit. When he returns, Stanley Johnson and Reggie Bullock will lose value but they can still produce, at least until Jon Leuer is back.--Joel Hiller - RotoballerSource: Basketball Monster
1/22:Blake Griffin has been upgraded from 'Out' to 'Doubtful' for Monday's game against the Atlanta Hawks. He has been out since mid-December after having knee surgery and said on Saturday that he is feeling good and ready to return. Griffin will still need to be cleared by the Clippers' medical staff but this is a good sign that he could be back this week. The Clippers are in dire need of their star power forward with Chris Paul out for the next month or two. Once Griffin is back Austin Rivers, Raymond Felton, and Moread more...
1/22:DeMarcus Cousins lit up the Chicago front court for 42 points , 14 rebounds, two blocks, and one steal on Saturday. Unfortunately it wasn't enough to defeat the Bulls with Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler taking over. Boogie has been unstoppable this season, averaging 28 and 10 with 1.5 blocks and steals per game. The Kings have a four game road trip this week and one of those is against the Cavaliers, so Cousins will have even more chances to show off his bubbly personality.--Joel Hiller - RotoballerSource: NBA
1/22:Darrell Arthur, who has been dealing with leg and knee soreness, is questionable tonight as the Nuggets take on Minnesota. He has missed four of their last five and really hasn't had much of a role in the crowded Denver front court this season. Kenneth Faried, Nikola Jokic, and Jusuf Nurkic are the main big men for the Nuggets right now and until a trade happens Arthur won't produce much. However, reports have all but guaranteed that (at least) Nurkic will be moved before the trade deadline, so both he and Arthur could have valueread more...
1/22:For one to two weeks, the Los Angeles Lakers will be without the services of starting point guard D'Angelo Russell who suffered a sprained MCL in his right knee. During Friday's victory over the Indiana Pacers, Russell tripped while running a pick-and-roll, simultaneously causing a bone bruise and straining his calf. The second-year guard has shot an abysmal 39.6 percent from the floor, so with his latest injury, it's time to cut bait and find another point guard for your lineup. Reserves Jordan Clarkson and Lou Williams should see a spike in their productivity with increased timeread more...
1/22:Anthony Davis, who has been dealing with a multitude of injuries lately, is looking probable to play Monday as the Pelicans take on the Cavaliers in New Orleans. Davis suffered a right quad contusion on Friday against the Nets and left the game early. This came after a week in which he has been questionable for most of the games, dealing with back, hip, thumb, and knee problems seemingly every game. With averages of 29 points, 12 rebounds, one steal, and 2.5 blocks per game this season Anthony Davis is a dominant force...when healthy. His proclivity toread more...
1/22:Thunder starting center Steven Adams is questionable for Monday's game against the Jazz as he is still going through the league's concussion protocol. Adams left the game last Sunday after taking a blow to the head and sat out two games this past week. He's been averaging 12 points, 7.5 rebounds, one steal, and one block on 60% shooting this season and has been an excellent asset for any team with a decent free throw percent too. The Thunder play four games this upcoming week so hopefully the Stache will be ready to go. If he sits moreread more...
1/22:On Saturday night against a tough Grizzlies defense, Sam Dekker got the start for a sick Ryan Anderson and proved why he's earned more minutes with the Rockets. The second-year forward notched 30 points and two steals along with six triples in his 35 minutes and fit in very well in Houston's aggressive offense. Ryan Anderson is due back some time this week, so Dekker won't keep performing at this level and it will be interesting to see how the minutes shift for the team. However, if Anderson ever goes down for extended time it wouldread more...
1/22:Emmanuel Mudiay, who was probable going into Saturday's game with lower back soreness, sat after only 16 minutes and has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Minnesota. Jameer Nelson will get the start at point guard for the Nuggets and he has been serviceable lately for those in need of assists and steals with low turnovers. Backing up Nelson will be the rookie Jamal Murray. Murray normally plays shooting guard but it looks like the Nuggets will need him to play a bit at both the one and two. With Gary Harris questionable forread more...
1/21:Courtney Lee is back in the starting lineup for the Knicks on Saturday night and Ron Baker will come off the bench. The Knicks will return to their most common starting lineup of Rose, Lee, Anthony, Porzingis, and Noah as they go up against the Phoenix Suns. Lee has come off the bench in New York's last three games, but still managed to play 20 to 30 minutes in those games and averaged 6.5 points, four rebounds, and 2.5 assists in that span. He is a decent shooter and should have enough opportunities to get it goingread more...
1/21:Dion Waiters will start at shooting guard for the Heat on Saturday as they take on the Milwaukee Bucks. Next to him will be Dragic, McGruder, Babbitt, and Whiteside. Since coming back from a groin injury Waiters has returned to playing almost 30 minutes and is putting up solid numbers with 11.6 points, three rebounds, and four assists along with one three-pointer. While he can be streaky, Waiters is playing on a very banged-up Heat team right now and the minutes are his to lose.--Joel Hiller - RotoballerSource: FantasyLabsNBA
1/21:Kevin Love is back tonight for the Cavaliers after sitting out one game with lower back tightness. He did not require an MRI and will have no minute restrictions for the game. Love has been playing quite well for Cleveland and in the past month is averaging 17.5 points, 11 rebounds and 2.6 three-pointers. His field goal percent has never been amazing, but his value lies in being a big man that can grab boards and also hit threes. Look for him to have a good game against a Spurs front court that is missing Pau Gasol.read more...
1/21:Troy Daniels will sit for the Grizzlies tonight with a grade 1 MCL sprain as they take on the Rockets. James Ennis and Tony Allen will play at the wings for Memphis in what looks to be a shootout with Houston. Besides a few hot games earlier in the season, Daniels hasn't provided much fantasy-wise as he is a very streaky shooter whose value relies almost exclusively on how well he's shooting the ball. With Ryan Anderson out for the Rockets tonight, both teams will be missing one of their better shooters and minutes atread more...
1/21:Joe Harris of the Brooklyn Nets has been ruled out for their Saturday night match up against the Hornets. Harris has a sprained left ankle, and Sean Kilpatrick will get the start at shooting guard. Kilpatrick puts up decent value when given minutes, with an average of 19 points, 5.6 rebounds, and two three-pointers per 36. With Harris, Jeremy Lin, and Justin Hamilton out tonight the Nets will start Dinwiddie, Kilpatrick, Bogdanovic, Booker, and Lopez against Charlotte. With the way the Hornets have been playing lately there is a chance that this game is aread more...
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