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Alan Williams has agreed to a two-way deal with the Nets.

Big Sauce heads to BK after the Suns let him go back in July. Williams' mom is the Chief of Police of Phoenix and was a hometown kid, so it'll be an adjustment for him to head across the country. He'll have a tough time getting minutes on the Nets behind certainly Jarrett Allen and Ed Davis, and even Kenneth Faried should project as the team's No. 3 center. Despite his brief time as a fantasy producer in 2016-17, he's not on the fantasy radar right now.
Sep 14 - 2:10 PM

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (ankle) will not play vs. Washington on Friday night.

He tweaked his ankle at the end of the first half on Wednesday and did return, but the Nets will hold him out for a game. The Nets still haven't totally unleashed him yet with a groin issue keeping him out for the start of the season, so hopefully this new ankle issue is only a one-game thing. DeMarre Carroll played a lot of power forward on Wednesday and is likely going to get time there again which opens up more wing minutes for Joe Harris and Allen Crabbe.
Source: Nets PR
Nov 16 - 5:07 PM

Jarrett Allen (illness) is available for Friday against the Wizards.

He's back after missing the last two games on Monday and Wednesday. It's not the best matchup for Allen against Dwight Howard, so maybe coach Kenny Atkinson doesn't get him to his usual 26-30 minute range. He should still be in all lineups while Ed Davis backs him up. Plus, no Rondae Hollis-Jefferson means that Davis and Allen should soak up all 48 center minutes..
Source: Nets PR
Nov 16 - 5:07 PM

Taurean Prince (right Achilles) is doubtful Saturday against the Pacers.

This would likely be his second game out of the lineup after missing Thursday against the Nuggets. Prince also had a right ankle sprain earlier this month, but it's unclear if the issues are related. DeAndre Bembry flopped in his start on Thursday with two points in a blowout loss, so maybe Kevin Huerter starts instead. Both Bembry and Huerter could be worth a look in deep leagues with Bembry having the much higher upside.
Nov 16 - 4:39 PM

John Collins (ankle) is probable for Saturday against the Pacers.

It sounds like he's ready to go for his season debut. Coach Lloyd Pierce said Collins would do some work with the coaching staff, but added the Hawks haven't been practicing much on their road trip. Collins had ankle soreness way back on Oct. 6 and had a procedure, so the Hawks may have to ramp him up. Regardless, he has to be picked up in all leagues and should be the most valuable Hawks in fantasy. Omari Spellman looks like a drop in most leagues.
Nov 16 - 4:36 PM

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (right ankle) is out for Saturday against the 76ers.

He did not practice on Thursday and Friday, so it's no surprise he will miss his second game since his Sunday injury. With him out, Miles Bridges will slot into the backup PF role while Dwayne Bacon enters the rotation on the wing. There will be a few extra minutes available for Cody Zeller and Willy Hernangomez, too.
Nov 16 - 3:11 PM

Trevor Ariza (personal) has been ruled out of Saturday's game vs. OKC.

We don't have any details as to the nature of Ariza's absence, but he was not with the team for Wednesday's game vs. San Antonio or Friday's practice. Hopefully, all is well with Ariza and his family. Mikal Bridges made his first career start on Wednesday and hit 4-of-6 shots for eight points, two rebounds and a block in 25 minutes. Josh Jackson had 14 points and four boards in 22 minutes off the bench. Ryan Anderson logged just seven minutes in the blowout. Expect Jackson and Bridges to divvy up minutes once again on Saturday.
Nov 16 - 2:53 PM

Coach Billy Donovan said that Russell Westbrook (ankle) practiced in practice on Friday, including part of the contact portions, but there is nothing definitive on his status for Saturday's game vs. Phoenix.

Russ has missed each of the Thunder's previous five games, but took part in shootaround prior to Wednesday's game vs. the Knicks. Being able to take part in a full practice on Friday is further proof that he is making progress and quite close to a return. We'll get another update on his status after Saturday morning's shootaround. If Westbrook is unable to play vs. the Suns, Dennis Schroder will draw another start. Paul George, coming off a season-high 35 points, all has a higher usage rate with Russ off the floor.
Nov 16 - 1:58 PM

Wes Matthews (left hamstring strain) is listed as out for Saturday's game vs. the Warriors.

Matthews returned to the Mavericks lineup on Wednesday after a one-game absence, but aggravated his hamstring strain in that contest. Coach Rick Carlisle said that Matthews was doubtful for Saturday's contest, and shortly thereafter, Wes was ruled out on the injury report. Hamstring injuries can linger if not allowed to fully heal; as a result, we can expect the Mavs to err on the side of caution play it safe with Matthews going forward. Dorian Finney-Smith started in place of Wes on Monday, and scored eight points in 33 minutes.
Nov 16 - 1:41 PM

Luka Doncic (sore left shoulder) went through a full practice on Friday and is listed as questionable on the injury report for Saturday's game vs. the Warriors, but is expected to play.

Doncic went for an X-ray after Wednesday's victory over Utah, but the results were negative. With him getting in a full practice on Friday, he has a good chance to suit up on Saturday night. Check back after the Mavs shootaround on Saturday morning for an update on Luka's status.
Nov 16 - 1:29 PM

Donte DiVincenzo suffered a minor left quadriceps strain in Wednesday’s game and will be out for the next three games, after which time he’ll be re-evaluated.

DiVincenzo has provided the Bucks with a nice boost off the bench this season, averaging 6.4 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 18.1 minutes per game. Pat Connaughton is expected to soak up most of Donte's abandoned minutes. Malcolm Brogdon and Tony Snell may see an uptick in playing time as well. It's also possible Matt Dellavedova re-enters the rotation.
Nov 16 - 12:17 PM

Updating a previous item, Shams Charania of The Athletic is reporting that John Henson is expected to miss a minimum of 12 weeks following surgery on a torn left wrist ligament.

Per the Bucks statement, Henson initially aggravated his wrist at Portland on Nov. 6. He was able to play in the next three games before reporting additional discomfort in Wednesday night’s game vs. Memphis. An evaluation confirmed the injury and surgery will be scheduled in the near future. Shams reports that Henson does plan to return this season, but it likely won't be until after the All-Star Break. Starting center Brook Lopez is the primary beneficiary here. Thon Maker will see an uptick in playing time as well.
Nov 16 - 12:14 PM




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