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2/24:Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder has been suspended for one game because he failed to report to the team on time following the NBA's All-Star Break. It seems like a genuine mistake by Schroder, who forgot to bring his return visa while visiting his native Germany over the break. Schroder will not play in tonight's game against the Miami Heat. He's an integral part of Atlanta's lineup, contributing 17.5 points, 6.3 assists and 2.9 rebounds per game. Make sure not to mess up your DFS or seasonal lineups on account of this bizarre circumstance. Inread more...
2/24:Portland Trail Blazers big man Jusuf Nurki has wasted no time in impressing his new team. In Thursday's game against the Orlando Magic, Nurkic posted his first game with 10-plus points, 10-plus rebounds and at least five assists. He also had three steals and two blocks in the contest. Nurkic has looked strong in his first couple of games in Portland. Yesterday, he definitely benefited from the 34 minutes of playing time. It will be important to monitor whether coach Terry Stotts continues to give the Bosnian big that kind of prominent role going forward. Portland's next action comesread more...
2/24:The New Orleans Pelicans have begun filling out their guard rotation, signing free agent Jarrett Jack to a 10-day contract. The point guard averaged 12.8 points, 7.4 assists, and 4.3 rebounds last season. The 33-year-old Jack can help a team turn things around in a hurry, but keep in mind that he is returning from an ACL tear (which he suffered while playing for the Brooklyn Nets in January 2016). Looking ahead, if Jack sticks with the Pelicans, he could be a nice complement to point guard Jrue Holiday. Don't take a flier on the veteranread more...
2/24:With big man Taj Gibson and sharpshooter Doug McDermott leaving the Windy City, the short-handed Chicago Bulls will call upon Jimmy Butler as they take on the Phoenix Suns. This is an intriguing matchup, as the Suns were also deadline dealers, sending P.J. Tucker to the Toronto Raptors. Although Chicago lost two of its scoring threats, the absence of Tucker means that Jimmy Butler could have an easier path to the hoop tonight. Look for the swingman to go off against Phoenix, as theread more...
2/24:Just before the All-Star Break, the Toronto Raptors acquired rim protector and stretch four Serge Ibaka from the Orlando Magic. While the club relinquished Terrence Ross in the deal, it gained valuable defensive prowess and outside shooting. Although this was terrific for our friends up north, this doesn't help Ibaka's fantasy value. In Orlando, Ibaka benefitted from a relatively weak supporting cast. He posted 15.1 points, 6.8 rebounds and 1.6 blocks in 30.5 minutes per game. It seems like Ibaka improved as a shooter during his time with the Magic, but he alsoread more...
2/24:With the Mavericks placing point guard Deron Williams on waivers, expect Yogi Ferrell to shoulder the responsibilities as floor general. As Dallas takes on the Minnesota Timberwolves tonight, Ferrell could be a buy-low option in DFS. In his 10 games since signing with the Mavericks, Ferrell registered averages of 14.2 points and 4.7 assists. He could easily exceed those numbers with extra playing time tonight. The addition of Nerlens Noel to the Dallas roster could also help the club. Noel isn't a scoring big by any means, but he's stillread more...
2/24:Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid will miss the next four games, according to the team. Embiid continues to recover from a bone bruise and minor meniscus tear in his knee. The center reported swelling in his knee after practicing on Wednesday and Thursday. Keep this in mind when you consider your DFS selection of big men. Tonight, as the Sixers take on the Washington Wizards, Jahlil Okafor and Marcin Gortat should have strong performances. With Nerlens Noel leaving for Dallas, Philadelphia must rely on read more...
2/24:Philadelphia 76ers No. 1 overall pick Ben Simmons will not play this season. His recovery from surgery following a Jones fracture was in doubt after scans showed that the bone had not fully healed. Although the highly touted player had taken part in drills and some scrimmages, Philadelphia is slowing things down. For those of you with Simmons on your Injured Reserve, I'm sorry to break the news that it's time to let go. Of course, in keeper leagues, Simmons is a must-own because of his potential. For now, you can rest easy knowing that Philadelphiaread more...
2/24:DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis eased the minds of any of their fantasy owners who assumed their value would take a hit sharing space in the same frontcourt, as both had great games in their debut together Thursday. In his first game as a Pelican, Cousins finished one block shy of the vaunted five-by-five line, recording 27 points (11-for-19 from the field, 1-for-5 from deep and 4-for-5 from the line), 14 rebounds, five assists, five steals, four blocks and just one turnover in 35 minutes. Davis filled it up as well, finishing with 29 pointsread more...
2/24:Willie Cauley-Stein had the best game of his career in Sacramento’s first game without DeMarcus Cousins, leading the Kings to a 116-110 victory over Denver Thursday. Cauley-Stein finished 14-for-22 from the field for a career-high 29 points, 10 rebounds, one block and three turnovers in a season-high 35 minutes off the bench. The victory ironically moves the Kings one game closer to the eighth seed in the Western Conference, as Sacramento defeated current eighth seed Denver, and New Orleans also fell in their first game with Cousins. Willie Trill was by far theread more...
2/24:The Pacers are listing Thaddeus Young as questionable heading into their first game back from the All-Star break, as they host Memphis Friday. Young has missed the previous eight games with a wrist injury. Young has outplayed his draft position this year and is currently ranked 55th among Yahoo standard nine-category leagues thanks to a well-rounded stat line. His return will take minutes from Kevin Seraphin, who wasn’t doing much with them anyways during Young’s absence.--Zack Krukowski - RotoBallerSource: ESPN NBA Injuries
2/23:Jeremy Lin is expected to make his long-awaited return to the court Friday, as the Nets travel to Denver. Lin has not played since December 26 after suffering his third hamstring sprain of the season. Lin has been a valuable fantasy asset when he’s been on the floor this season, and is currently in the top-85 among Yahoo standard nine-category leagues thanks to averages of 13.9 points, 5.8 assists, 3.3 rebounds, 1.3 three-pointers and 1.4 steals. Despite Lin’s upside, he makes for a great sell-high candidate for the upcoming fantasy trade deadline following this positive news.read more...
2/23:As expected, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul (thumb) will sit out against the Golden State Warriors. Coach Doc Rivers says that the point guard is "iffy" for tomorrow's matchup with San Antonio. Don't hold your breath on Paul's availability. It appears that the Clippers are going to take their time to avoid injury risk. There's no sense in bringing him back too soon only to ruin the team's postseason hopes. Tonight, Austin Rivers, Raymond Felton and Jamal Crawford will function as LA's primary ball handlers.--read more...
2/23:New York Knicks power forward/center Kristaps Porzingis exited Thursday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers after spraining his ankle. He will not return this evening. The severity of the injury is unclear, but he could be seen with a visible limp when he headed back to New York's locker room. If he's out for an extended period of time, then Kyle O'Quinn and Guillermo Hernangomez will figure more prominently in New York's rotation. While Hernangomez is capable of a double-double, O'Quinn is best used for streaming blocks and rebounds.--Mattread more...
2/23:With Cody Zeller out against Detroit, Frank Kaminsky is going to take on a massive role as one of the few Charlotte big men. Along with Christian Wood and Mike Tobey, Kaminsky is clearly the most experienced of the three, although Wood and Tobey offer intriguing DFS targets for the time being. Going against Andre Drummond does not make the matchup ideal for anyone in the Hornets' frontcourt, but minutes are minutes. While the basement-level price of both players makes them potential sleeper optionsread more...
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