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Suns assign F Danuel House to the G-League.

House was ruled out of a game earlier this week with a foot injury, so it's possible he's heading to the G-League to get some practice time in.
Thu, Dec 28, 2017 03:21:00 PM

James Ennis (hamstring) has been ruled out of Wednesday's game vs. Utah.

Oct 23 - 12:30 PM

Coach Dwane Casey said that Andre Drummond (illness) will be available to play Tuesday vs. the Sixers.

Drummond missed Monday's practice with the flu, which left his status for Tuesday uncertain. However, he was seen getting up shots following the team's shootaround and is on track to suit up Tuesday night for his showdown against Joel Embiid, which will be a fun matchup to watch. On the season, Drummond is averaging 17.0 points, 16.5 rebounds and 1.0 blocks. He is a must-start in all fantasy formats.
Oct 23 - 12:20 PM

Markelle Fultz will start at point guard on Tuesday vs. Detroit if Ben Simmons (lower back tightness) is ruled out.

Fultz has struggled with his shot this season, shooting just 33.3 percent from the field and 50 percent from the free-throw line. He would likely log a season-high in playing time if Simmons is unable to suit up, making him an interesting option in DFS formats. On the season, Fultz is averaging 11.4 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 6.4 assists per-36 minutes. T.J. McConnell would backup Fultz and see plenty of playing time off the bench if Fultz struggles on Tuesday.
Oct 23 - 11:23 AM

Ben Simmons (lower back tightness) did not participate in shootaround and coach Brett Brown said that he is doubtful to play Tuesday night vs. Detroit.

Simmons exited Saturday game vs. Orlando due to tightness in his lower back and was unable to practice on Monday. The game notes list Simmons as questionable, but Brown said it's unlikely he suits up. Simmons received treatment and did rehabilitation stretches during the team's shootaround. Brown said Markelle Fultz will start at PG if Simmons is ruled out. That would open up minutes at shooting guard for J.J. Redick. T.J. McConnell would also see an uptick in playing time.
Oct 23 - 11:21 AM

According to Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, John Collins (left ankle) is expected to be sidelined for "several weeks."

Collins was initially injured back in early October. He underwent an MRI on Oct. 2, which revealed mild inflammation and soreness in his left ankle. He then underwent a non-surgical procedure on October 8th and it was announced that he would be re-evaluated on October 22nd. On Tuesday morning, Vivlamore tweeted: "Don't expect [Collins] to be back for several weeks, into November. Still hasn't done court work." This is obviously not the news Collins owners were hoping to hear, but they have no choice but to remain patient. Vince Carter, Omari Spellman, Kevin Huerter and Alex Poythress will continue to divvy up extra minutes.
Oct 23 - 9:50 AM

LeBron James scored 32 points with 14 assists, eight rebounds, one steal, one block and two triples in Monday's 143-142 overtime loss to the Spurs.

LeBron sent the game to overtime with a pull-up triple with 2.4 seconds left, but missed a pair of free throws with 12.8 seconds left in OT and then followed that with a missed step-back jumper in the final second. The Lakers are now 0-3, but they've gone down to the wire against three playoff teams in SAS, HOU and POR. It's too early to panic and we'd expect LBJ to right the ship sooner rather than later. As for his fantasy value, he looks as strong as ever in his age-33 season.
Oct 23 - 2:30 AM

Kyle Kuzma moved into the starting lineup on Monday vs. the Spurs and made a big impression, scoring 37 points with eight rebounds, three assists and four triples in 45 minutes.

He finished just one point shy of his career-high, hitting 15-of-25 shots and 3-of-4 free throws. He's an exciting fit next to LeBron James because of his floor spacing and mobility, but this is just a short-term move because Brandon Ingram is suspended (three more games). If tonight was an indication, Kuzma's owners should have quite a week.
Oct 23 - 2:14 AM

Lonzo Ball moved into the starting lineup on Monday vs. the Spurs, scoring 14 points with six assists, six rebounds, one steal and three triples.

Coach Luke Walton said Ball doesn't have restrictions, and it was encouraging to see him play 33 minutes in the overtime loss. Ball was also efficient in this one, hitting 4-of-8 shots and 1-of-2 free throws with just one turnover. With Rajon Rondo suspended for two more games, Ball should be able to make a strong case to keep his starting spot the rest of the way. He just needs to stay healthy.
Oct 23 - 1:58 AM

Josh Hart scored 20 points (8-of-14 FGs) with 10 rebounds, one assist, two steals and four 3-pointers in 39 minutes in Monday's overtime loss to the Spurs.

His minutes have gone up in each game and he continues to significantly outplay Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. We would imagine that Hart is on the verge of entering the starting lineup, but either way, there's no way coach Luke Walton can justify not giving Hart 30+ minutes going forward. If you didn't draft him in the late rounds or grab him off the wire, it's probably too late.
Oct 23 - 1:54 AM

DeMar DeRozan posted a monster line in Monday's overtime win over the Lakers, scoring 32 points with 14 assists (career-high), eight rebounds, one steal and two triples in 45 minutes.

He had a combined 13 assists in his previous two games and has taken on more ball-handling responsibility because of injuries in San Antonio's backcourt. He was 11-of-29 from the field and 8-of-9 from the line, joining Tony Parker as the only Spurs in franchise history to post 32+ points and 14+ assists in a game. If he keeps dishing it like he has been, DeRozan could post his best ever season in fantasy.
Oct 23 - 1:46 AM

LaMarcus Aldridge went off for 37 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, one steal and one block in Monday's 143-142 overtime win over the Lakers.

Who said posts up are dead? LMA was having his way with the Lakers all night no matter who they threw at him. He finished 13-of-22 from the field, but only hit 11-of-18 free throws. LMA is now shooting 62% from the line on the season despite being a career 80.6% shooter, so hopefully this is just a minor hiccup. The Spurs are off to a 2-1 start, LMA still has plenty of gas in the tank and DeMar DeRozan is fitting right in, so the Spurs should like their chances of getting back to the playoffs despite some bad luck with injuries.
Oct 23 - 1:33 AM




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