• CJ Miles
    F/G, Toronto Raptors

    C.J. Miles (adductor) is being listed as probable for Friday's game against the Wizards.

    Miles has been sidelined for five games because of the injury but is looking ready to return. He'll see a little extra time while Norman Powell is out but it's not going to impact his fantasy value much. Miles had a few nice performances against Washington in the playoffs last year so hopefully that can get him going.

    Source: NBA.com

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  • Coby White
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Coby White set a new Bulls franchise record on Tuesday as he hit seven 3-pointers in the fourth quarter en route to his 27 points (8-of-14 shooting), also a career-high, with three rebounds, one assist and one steal.

    This is the fantastic ceiling that White possesses and is the reason why the Bulls drafted him. He outplayed Tomas Satoransky (five points, two rebounds, two assists, 23 minutes) and could eventually take his starting job. White is worth a stash despite his ups and downs, for his second-half breakout potential.

  • Julius Randle
    PF, New York Knicks

    Julius Randle struggled with his shot, going 5-for-15 from the field and 6-for-9 from the line for 17 points, six rebounds, three assists one 3-pointer and two steals.

    Randle is outside the top-250 right now, which is not something that's going to hold. He's a buy-low candidate right now, but calibrate the price you're paying as the Pelicans-Randle is a thing of the past.

  • Anthony Davis
    PF-C, Los Angeles Lakers

    Anthony Davis returned to the bench holding his right side but told coaches he can check back in, and he's now done so.

    That sounds about right, as this seems to happen more games than not for Davis. A post-game update should clarify what happened.

    Source: Dave McMenamin on Twitter

  • Trevor Ariza
    SF, Sacramento Kings

    Trevor Ariza went to the locker room in the first half on Tuesday.

    An update should be available soon.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, New York Knicks

    Marcus Morris shot 6-of-17 from the field and 7-of-9 from the line to end Tuesday night with 22 points, nine rebonds, one assist, three triples and one block.

    Morris also committed six turnovers which was a buzzkill to his 9-cat appeal. He's still a mid-round play and has been one of the pillars of consistency on a volatile Knicks roster.

  • Anthony Davis
    PF-C, Los Angeles Lakers

    Anthony Davis went to the locker room at the end of the third quarter on Tuesday.

    Davis has been banged up all season, but he's played through it. Hopefully this one is just another ding.

    Source: Mike Trudell on Twitter

  • Kevin Huerter
    SG, Atlanta Hawks

    Kevin Huerter will not return to Tuesday's game due to left shoulder pain.

    The Hawks' bad luck continues. This didn't look minor, so keep an eye on his status. Huerter's night ends at 11 points (4-for-4 FGs), four rebounds, three assists and three triples in 16 minutes.

    Source: Kevin Chouinard on Twitter

  • RJ Barrett
    SF, New York Knicks

    RJ Barrett flirted with a double-double in Tuesday's 102-120 loss to the Bulls, tallying 21 points (8-of-16 FGs, 3-of-6 FTs), six rebounds, nine assists, two 3s and two steals.

    Barrett's poor free-throw shooting was the only blemish in what would otherwise be considered a solid performance. He's still learning the game but has the base skill set that points to some tantalizing fantasy potential.

  • Taj Gibson
    PF, New York Knicks

    Taj Gibson started for an injured Mitchell Robinson (concussion) on Tuesday and was productive with 17 points on 8-of-10 shooting with five rebounds, two assists and two steals.

    As long as Gibson is starting and logging more than 25 minutes (26 tonight), he's worth a short-term play in most formats while Robinson is on the shelf.

  • Dennis Smith Jr.
    PG, New York Knicks

    Dennis Smith Jr. (personal) missed all three of his shots from the field in his return to action on Tuesday but was able to record two assists and two steals.

    DSJ will be brought along slowly, but at least he's not completely out of the rotation. His presence is a legitimate threat to recently surging Frank Ntilikina, who had three points (1-of-4 shooting), one rebound four assists and three steals. For now, stick with Ntilikina, but get ready to cut bait once the point guard carousel starts to give you motion sickness as it spins.