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Rudy Gobert finished the preseason strong on Thursday, making 7-of-8 shots for 18 points and adding seven rebounds, one steal, and one block in just 17 minutes against the Kings.

Gobert and the Jazz were all over the Kings from the jump, outscoring them 39-10 in the first quarter. The Jazz have been playing much faster this preseason, which is something to keep in mind as six of the top nine teams in pace last preseason finished among the top seven in pace in the regular season. Obviously, it's hard to take preseason stats seriously, but if the Jazz play faster, that benefits everyone. Regardless, Gobert is a rock-solid second round pick.
Oct 12 - 12:33 AM

Coach Igor Kokoskov said that there is a "very good chance" Devin Booker (hamstring) plays Saturday vs. the Wolves.

Booker has missed each of the Suns previous six contests but is on track to make his return this evening. Here's the full quote from Kokoskov after the Suns shootaround Saturday morning: "He looks good. To play it safe, I would say questionable, but there is a very good chance he's going to play and if he plays, he's going to start." De'Anthony Melton will be bumped back to the bench and Jamal Crawford and Troy Daniels will see their minutes reduced as well.
Dec 15 - 1:32 PM

Al Horford (sore left knee) has been ruled out of Saturday's game vs. Detroit.

Saturday will be the fifth straight game on the shelf for Horford. Earlier this week, coach Brad Stevens said that Horford would miss at least a few games and that the Celtics would err on the side of caution after he was diagnosed with patellar tendinitis. Aron Baynes, Daniel Theis and Robert Williams will continue to soak up extra minutes in Horford's absence. It's tough to trust any of those three on a consistent basis.
Dec 15 - 1:04 PM

Reggie Bullock (left ankle sprain) will play Saturday vs. the Celtics.

Bullock, sidelined since December 3rd, has missed each of the Pistons last five contests. On the season, he is averaging 10.1 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.4 assists, while shooting just 39.0 percent from the floor. Luke Kennard, Langston Galloway and Stanley Johnson will see fewer minutes with Bullock back in the mix.
Dec 15 - 1:01 PM

Rajon Rondo (fractured right hand) has been cleared to resume basketball activities but will not join the Lakers on their current road trip.

The Lakers play a back-to-back on Saturday and Sunday and then travel to Brooklyn to take on the Nets on Tuesday to close out their road trip. Thus, the earliest Rondo would be able to return would be next Friday at home vs. New Orleans. We will obviously have plenty of updates on his progress between now and then.
Dec 15 - 1:00 PM

Kyle Anderson (left ankle sprain) is questionable for Saturday's game vs. the Rockets.

Anderson turned his ankle in the second half of Friday's loss to the Heat and was able to only play 16 minutes in that contest. If Anderson is unable to play on Saturday night, Dillon Brooks, Omri Casspi and Wayne Seldon will divvy up additional playing time.
Dec 15 - 12:49 PM

Zach LaVine (ankle) has returned to Chicago to have his left ankle injury further examined and will miss at least the next two games.

Lavine hurt the ankle late in Thursday's game vs. the Magic. He downplayed the severity of the injury initially and ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported on Friday that the injury was "not serious." However, Lavine will not play Saturday versus the Spurs and on Monday at Oklahoma City. More worrisome if that KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune is now reporting that "LaVine may need to rest the injury for a couple weeks." Yet, it is believed that surgery won’t be required. The Bulls will officially address the injury Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned.
Dec 15 - 12:44 PM

JaVale McGee (illness) is questionable for Saturday's game vs. Charlotte.

McGee missed shootaround with flu-like symptoms. If he is unable to play, Tyson Chandler would likely draw the start and would be a popular streaming/DFS option. Moritz Wagner and/or Ivica Zubac would also likely re-enter the rotation.
Dec 15 - 12:07 PM

The Suns have acquired Kelly Oubre in a trade, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com.

Thankfully, there are no other Oubre players in the league, and luckily Miami wasn't involved to have another possible Kelly O in the mix. Joking aside, this is a very interesting spot for Oubre, who should have an excellent shot to see minutes in the 26-30 range even when the team is healthy. He'll be added to a deeper wing core of Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges, Josh Jackson, and T.J. Warren. Oubre should eventually have a shot at value, but getting so much more competition for minutes could be a negative at first. He's still a hold in standard leagues.
Dec 15 - 11:55 AM

Austin Rivers will be traded to the Suns, along with Kelly Oubre, in exchange for Trevor Ariza.

The move to Phoenix increases Rivers' fantasy appeal, as the Suns are in desperate need of point guards/playmakers. Last season, Rivers logged over 33 minutes a night for the Clippers and finished the year ranked 140th overall in nine-category leagues. If you can deal with the poor FG percentage, he's worth taking a flier on in standard leagues, as there's a decent chance he returns late-round value, especially with Devin Booker sidelined. Unfortanuley, Suns rookie De'Anthony Melton will see his minutes reduced.
Dec 15 - 11:50 AM

The Suns have traded Trevor Ariza to the Wizards in exchange for Kelly Oubre and Austin Rivers.

For real this time... After all the chaos involving Dillon/ MarShonBrooks and the Grizzlies on Friday night, the Suns and the Wizards cut out the middleman on Saturday morning and put this deal to bed. Otto Porter (knee) is dinged up right now, but Ariza should slide in alongside Otto on the Wizards starting frontline once Washington is fully healthy. Ariza's fantasy value takes a slight bump up with the move to Washington, as he's now playing for a team committed to making a run at the postseason and will play him as many minutes as he can handle, without any unnecessary rest days.
Dec 15 - 11:47 AM

Klay Thompson scored 27 points (10-of-27 FGs, 3-of-4 FTs) with a season-high nine rebounds, three assists, one steal, and four 3-pointers in 38 minutes against the Kings on Friday.

After failing to make a 3-pointer for the fourth time last game, Thompson knocked down at least four triples for the ninth time. One of his four triples was the go-ahead bucket during the Warriors' 17-2 run to end the game. He's still shooting well below his career average from deep on the season, but he's up to 39% (32-of-82) over his last 10 games.
Dec 15 - 2:07 AM




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