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Quinn Cook scored 15 points with two rebounds, five assists and three 3-pointers in 19 minutes against the Bucks on Thursday night.

Stephen Curry (groin) suffering an adductor strain is the big story tonight and he'll get an MRI on Friday. Given the Warriors philosophy on not playing guys under 100 percent, Curry is likely going to mis at least Saturday. Last season, Cook was terrific in the starting lineup with averages of 14.6 points, 3.6 boards, 3.9 dimes and 2.2 treys. He's worth a speculative pickup in competitive leagues until we get an idea on how much time Curry will miss.
Nov 9 - 1:20 AM

Alex Poythress (ankle) has been ruled out Monday's game against the Clippers.

Poythress was forced out of Saturday's game with the ankle injury, so it's not surprising to see him hit the sidelines tonight. Vince Carter and Omari Spellman will split Poythress' minutes, but that doesn't mean much in fantasy hoops.
Nov 19 - 12:30 PM

Trevor Ariza (personal) was present at shootaround and is on track to play Monday vs. the 76ers.

Ariza missed the past two games due to a personal matter, but it looks like he'll be back in the lineup tonight, which could shift Mikal Bridges back to the second unit. Check back for official confirmation on his status closer to tip-off.
Nov 19 - 12:24 PM

Taurean Prince (right Achilles) reportedly "looked good" at shootaround, and he's been upgraded to probable for Monday's matchup with the Clippers.

It sounds like the pain in his right Achilles has subsided, and he has a decent shot of getting back out there following a two-game absence. We'll get official confirmation on his status closer to tip-off, but if he does get back out there, Kevin Huerter will likely return to the second unit and there will be fewer minutes available for DeAndre Bembry. Stay tuned.
Nov 19 - 12:21 PM

Zach LaVine (illness) said he was feeling better on Monday and expects to play on Wednesday vs. the Suns.

LaVine was present at Monday's practice, and while he did not participate, he is moving in the right direction after skipping Saturday's game vs. the Raptors. If LaVine is able to get back to the court for Wednesday's game, Cameron Payne would return to the second unit and Antonio Blakeney won't play as much.
Nov 19 - 12:16 PM

Dwight Powell (left knee) is being listed as questionable for Monday's matchup with Memphis.

Powell returned from the knee issue on Saturday and logged 17 minutes off the bench, so he may be a bit closer to probable than questionable for tonight's game. However, if he is forced to hit the sidelines, that would translate to more run for Salah Mejri and Maxi Kleber. Stay tuned.
Nov 19 - 12:05 PM

Wesley Matthews (strained left hamstring) is doubtful to play Monday vs. Memphis.

Matthews has missed two of the past three games with this hamstring issue, and it doesn't sound like he'll be getting back to the floor tonight, which will result in another start for Dorian Finney-Smith. Check back for official confirmation on his status closer to tip-off.
Nov 19 - 12:02 PM

J.J. Barea (left adductor strain) is being listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Grizzlies.

Barea missed a preseason game with a left hamstring strain, but this is the first we're hearing of an adductor issue. It wouldn't be shocking to see the 34-year-old veteran take the night off, and if he sits, there would be more minutes available for Dennis Smith Jr., Jalen Brunson and Devin Harris. Check back for another update closer to tip-off.
Nov 19 - 12:00 PM

John Collins will play around 18 minutes on Monday vs. the Clippers.

Collins logged 12 minutes off the bench in his regular-season debut on Saturday, and we'd expect his minutes to ramp up to the 30s within a week or so. Once Collins is fully up to speed, Alex Len's value will take a decent sized hit.
Nov 19 - 11:42 AM

Doc Rivers is "hopeful" that Avery Bradley will be able to return to the court for Monday's game against the Hawks.

Bradley has spent the past six games on the sidelines, but it sounds like he's on the cusp of a return. If he is able to come back tonight, he'll likely be dealing with a minutes limit, and it seems unlikely that he'll be able to retake his spot in the starting five over Shai Gilgeous-Alexander. He's not worth rostering in most leagues.
Nov 19 - 11:29 AM

Victor Oladipo (right knee) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Jazz.

Oladipo downplayed the knee issue at shootaround, saying, "[it's a little sore, but I’m good," so it doesn't sound like he'll be out for all that long. Tyreke Evans may enter the starting five with Dipo unavailable tonight, and there will be more shots to go around for guys like Cory Joseph, Daren Collison and Bojan Bogdanovic. The Pacers play again on Wednesday in Charlotte, and for now, we'll consider Oladipo questionable for that one.
Nov 19 - 11:24 AM

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, every player on the Wizards "is available to discuss in trade scenarios."

This even includes John Wall and Bradley Beal with the team in disarray. Woj adds that Washington's preference is reshape the team around Wall and Beal and to use a package of Otto Porter and Kelly Oubre to bring in a third star, but those guys have "fetched minimal interest on the market." Beal is Washington's best trade chip by a mile, as Wall's extension begins next season and will average $42 million annually over the next four years. The Wizards are 5-11 and coach Scott Brooks may be the first domino to fall.
Source: ESPN
Nov 19 - 11:01 AM




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