• Andrew Bogut
    C, Los Angeles Lakers

    Andrew Bogut is expected to sign and play for the Sydney Kings in the Australia National Basketball League.

    Bogut was released by the Lakers back and January and couldn't find a home in the NBA with the way the game has changed. It looks like the former No. 1 overall pick will play out his final years in his native country. The Sydney Kings are expected to have a press release revealing details later this morning.

    Source: Kurt Helin of NBC Sports

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  • Khem Birch
    C, Orlando Magic

    Khem Birch scored four points, five rebounds, two blocks and an assist across 32 minutes in Wednesday's loss to the Rockets.

    Birch's run of heavy rotational minutes are coming to an end with Nikola Vucevic due to return soon. Neither he nor Mohamed Bamba, who had nine points and six rebounds in 15 minutes, managed to make a case for an expanded role once Vucevic returns.

  • Bismack Biyombo
    C, Charlotte Hornets

    Bismack Biyombo started the second half of Friday's game after briefly leaving due to right groin discomfort.

    Biyombo is has had deep-league value as a starter for Charlotte.

    Source: Hornets PR on Twitter

  • Aaron Gordon
    PF, Orlando Magic

    Aaron Gordon notched 21 points (9-for-15 shooting), six rebounds, four assists and two triples in Wednesday's loss to the Rockets.

    Gordon had a nice showing offensively, though the lack of defensive numbers is annoying. It will be tough for him to return his draft day price on the season, but he should improve on what he's done so far this year.

  • Terrence Ross
    SG, Orlando Magic

    Terrence Ross played 27 minutes off the bench on Wednesday night, scoring 13 points (4-for-10 shooting), two assists, two triples, two blocks, a steal and a rebound.

    The minutes were a team-high off the bench for the Magic, as Ross seems to be settling into a sixth-man role that is offering him plenty of opportunities to hoist shots and be an option as a points and threes streamer. There will be rough shooting nights mixed in so be prepared for that as well.

  • De'Aaron Fox
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    De'Aaron Fox (ankle) said that he's targeting a return, either vs. the Hornets or against the Grizzlies, adding that he worked out hard on Thursday and is not experiencing any pain.

    This is amazing news for Fox owners for sure. He's going to eased in slowly but should be able to return at least mid-round value once he's back to or closer to 100 percent.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Dennis Smith Jr.
    PG, New York Knicks

    Dennis Smith Jr. (illness) is available to play for the Knicks on Friday.

    His availability throws a monkey wrench into the already-chaotic game of tug-of-war between Frank Ntilikina and Elfrid Payton. That said, we maintain that Payton remains the guard to own amid the Knicks' glut of low-end PGs.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Cory Joseph
    PG, Sacramento Kings

    Cory Joseph (lower back soreness) will start for the Kings on Friday.

    Joseph has been a marginal deep-league play as of late but has been worth a streamer for assists while De'Aaron Fox remains sidelined.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Jeff Teague
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jeff Teague (left ankle soreness) will be available for the Wolves on Friday.

    Teague has been able to adjust reasonably well to his reserve role for the Wolves and has managed to maintain relevance in standard leagues. He's a hold for now.

    Source: Wolves PR on Twitter

  • Keita Bates-Diop
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Keita Bates-Diop (illness) is available to play on Friday for the Wolves.

    KBD missed one game with flu-like symptoms but it appears that he's been cleared to play. He's just a deep-league guy when he's healthy and should take up some of Josh Okogie's minutes tonight.

    Source: Chris Hine on Twitter

  • Delon Wright
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    Delon Wright (right adductor strain) is questionable for Saturday's game vs. the Heat.

    Wright has been a drop in standard leagues and his injury has made him a tough hold even in 18-team leagues.

    Source: NBA.com