• Eric Bledsoe
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Eric Bledsoe couldn't get anything going on Sunday, finishing with six points (1-for-5 shooting), four assists and two steals in 25 minutes of action.

    Not good enough. Bledsoe should be fired up to make up for last year's postseason performance against the Celtics but it was more of the same today as Boston was able to shut down Milwaukee without too much effort. George Hill scored nine points in 24 minutes off the bench, and we may see more of him going forward with how the Bucks struggled to get anything going on offense and how easily the Celtics were able to score themselves. A two-PG lineup with Sterling Brown heading to the bench might not be out of the question.

Fantasy News

  • Ben Simmons
    PG, Philadelphia Sixers

    Ben Simmons appeared to tweak his back in Saturday's game and headed to the locker room.

    Simmons, who missed a game with back tightness could have come back too soon and the contact he took after drawing a foul may have caused it to tighten up.

    Source: Tim Bontempt on Twitter

  • Victor Oladipo
    SG, Indiana Pacers

    Victor Oladipo (back) has been upgraded from doubtful to questionable for Sunday's game vs. the Raptors.

    Oladipo is nursing a sore back and it appears to be improving. Check back closer to tip off to see if he's able to give it a go.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Edmond Sumner
    PG, Indiana Pacers

    Edmond Sumner (sore left hip) is questionable to play vs. the Raptors on Sunday.

    With Sumner out, T.J. McConnell and Aaron Holiday should soak up the extra minutes at the backup PG spot.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Patrick McCaw
    SG, Toronto Raptors

    Patrick McCaw is doubtful to play in Sunday's game as he's still not yet recovered from an illness.

    McCaw has not been worth owning even in deep leagues. His absence has no significant impact in fantasy.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Mario Hezonja
    SG, Portland Trail Blazers

    Mario Hezonja will miss Sunday's game with a left ankle sprain.

    Hezonja has fallen off the fantasy radar. His absence will not make any non-owners blink.

    Source: Jamie Goldberg on Twitter

  • Damian Lillard
    PG, Portland Trail Blazers

    Damian Lillard (right groin strain) is officially out for Sunday's game.

    Lillard was projected to miss at least 3-4 games, so this comes as no surprise. Until he returns, expect big games from C.J. McCollum and some deep-league value coming from Gary Trent Jr.

    Source: Jamie Godlberg on Twitter

  • Jalen Brunson
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    Jalen Brunson (right shoulder sprain) has been ruled out for the rest of Saturday's game.

    Brunson leaves after scoring two points on the first play of the night. With him now out of commission, Delon Wright will be able to get a lot of run and will be in line for a big night.

    Source: Brad Townsend on Twitter

  • Jalen Brunson
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    Early into the action in Saturday's game, Jalen Brunson took a spill and hurt his shoulder, forcing him to head to the locker room.

    Ouch. Brunson started in this one for Luka Doncic (ankle). If he's unable to return, the Mavs will lean on Delon Wright, Seth Curry and maybe old man J.J. Barea.

    Source: Eddie Sefko on Twitter

  • Eric Gordon
    SG, Houston Rockets

    Eric Gordon (left leg contusion) will be playing for the Rockets on Saturday but will be coming off the bench.

    The return to action is good for his owners and the transition via an initial bench role is to be expected. Gordon is a legitimate third scoring option for the Rockets and his return will surely eat into the value of the likes of Ben McLemore.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • D'Angelo Russell
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    D'Angelo Russell (planned rest) will not play on Sunday.

    Russell sat out Saturday's practice, which was planned, as the Wolves will pump the brakes on a key player with some light knee soreness. Pretty much everyone else on the Wolves gets an upgrade for tomorrow with this news, though Jordan McLaughlin, Malik Beasley and Josh Okogie come to mind first.

    Source: Jon Krawczynski on Twitter