• Allen Crabbe
    SG, Atlanta Hawks

    Allen Crabbe made his Hawks debut on Thursday, playing 15 minutes and scoring two points.

    There are a lot of bodies in Atlanta so we'll see how much action Crabbe actually ends up getting. With enough volume he could be a 3-point specialist who could have value in deep leagues.

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  • Davis Bertans
    F, Washington Wizards

    Davis Bertans continued to drain threes, making eight more on Tuesday in a 107-114 road loss to the Hornets in which he also had 32 points (11-of-18 FGs), nine rebounds, one assist and one block in 30 minutes off the bench.

    That makes it at least four 3-pointers in 11 of Bertans' last 13 games. In 9-cat leagues, he's been the 13th-best player over the past month. It's quite a shock, and it won't last, so either enjoy it while you can or sell high if you happen to have picked up Bertans at the right time.

  • Bradley Beal
    SG, Washington Wizards

    Bradley Beal struggled with his shot on Tuesday vs. the Hornets, missing all of his 3-point attempts for just the second time this season, but he did have 16 points on 6-of-19 shooting, four rebounds, nine assists and a block in 37 minutes.

    Beal is in a bit of a shooting slump, but he's still been good for second-round value in 8-cat and third-round value in 9-cat for the season. He's a very safe star player this season.

  • Rui Hachimura
    PF, Washington Wizards

    Rui Hachimura grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds in addition to 18 points (7-of-16 FGs, 4-of-6 FTs), two assists and a steal in 33 minutes against the Hornets on Tuesday.

    Hachimura has stepped it up a bit lately, especially withThomas Bryant out. He's gone from a borderline standard league player to a mid-round guy over the last few weeks. He's got a few holes in his fantasy game, but his free throw percentage has been spectacular.

  • James Johnson
    PF, Miami Heat

    James Johnson was not on the Heat's pregame injury report but is apparently ill and not in the building for Tuesday's game.

    Johnson has struggled with injuries and conditioning issues to start the season. He can be left on the wire in all formats.

    Source: Anthony Chiang on Twitter

  • Dragan Bender
    PF, Milwaukee Bucks

    Dragan Bender is still dealing with a right ankle sprain and will sit out Wednesday's game vs. the Pelicans.

    Bender has not been on fantasy radars for a while now, but is someone to watch in deep leagues in case he stumbles into some meaningful rotation minutes upon his return.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Daniel Gafford
    PF, Chicago Bulls

    Daniel Gafford is probable vs. the Hawks on Wednesday with a left finger sprain.

    Gafford has been the primary backup of Wendell Carter Jr., sending Luke Kornet into the aether of fantasy obscurity. Gafford is worth a spot on watch lists at this time and nothing more.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Cory Joseph
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    Cory Joseph (lower back soreness) is probable to play vs. the Thunder on Wednesday.

    Joseph has been a serviceable deep-league assist specialist while De'Aaron Fox is sidelined. He did manage to play on Monday, so hopefully he can gut it out again for Wednesday's tilt.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Bogdan Bogdanovic
    SG, Sacramento Kings

    Bogdan Bogdanovic (right knee contusion) is probable for Wednesday's game vs. the Thunder.

    Bogdanovic has been on a slump and this knee issue is not doing his value any favors. Hopefully, he'll be able to give it a go and work his way back to mid-season form.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Marvin Bagley III
    PF, Sacramento Kings

    Marvin Bagley (right thumb fracture) is listed as probable for Wednesday's game vs. the Thunder.

    Bagley was unable to play on Monday, but it appears that he's yet another step closer to being able to make his return.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Jamal Murray
    PG, Denver Nuggets

    Jamal Murray has been diagnosed with a trunk contusion and is questionable to return to Tuesday's game vs. the Sixers.

    With Murray unlikely to return, we should see a bit more of Monte Morris and Malik Beasley in this game.

    Source: Chris Dempsey on Twitter