• Evan Turner - G/F - Trail Blazers

    Evan Turner scored 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting (including a three) with three rebounds and three assists in 24 minutes off the bench in Saturday's loss.

    Guys like Turner and Nik Stauskas (three points, four assists, one three, 1-of-5 FGs, 16 minutes) that were added for the five-game week can start heading back to waiver wires.

Fantasy News

  • James Ennis III - F - Houston Rockets

    James Ennis (hamstring) will not return on Tuesday against the Blazers.

    Ennis pulled up lame in the third quarter and went down holding his right hamstring. He went to the locker room with trainers and was quickly ruled out. Ennis finished the game with two points and five boards in 18 minutes. P.J. Tucker and Daniel House Jr. are beneficiaries if Ennis has to miss meaningful time.

    Source: Mark Berman on Twitter

  • James Ennis III - F - Houston Rockets

    James Ennis (hamstring) grabbed his right leg and left with trainers to the locker room on Tuesday.

    Ennis left in the third quarter. If he misses any time, P.J. Tucker and Daniel House Jr. get a boost. Stay tuned for updates.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Kawhi Leonard - F - Toronto Raptors

    Raptors coach Nick Nurse told reporters Kawhi Leonard (hip), who is dealing with a bruised hip, will sit out on Tuesday against the Clippers.

    Leonard's absence should be treated as he was sitting out on back-to-backs in November, meaning OG Anunoby will get more playing time. Pascal Siakam will also get a nice increase in usage.

    Source: Jovan Buha on Twitter

  • Lou Williams - G - Los Angeles Clippers

    Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Doc Rivers said Lou Williams is likely out 1-2 weeks with a hamstring injury.

    Williams hasn't missed a game all season, and yet he was barely a top-150 player so far. Unfortunately, he will sit with a tricky hamstring strain. The Clippers have plenty of depth in the backcourt, which has prevented Williams from emerging. Patrick Beverley and possibly Tyrone Wallace will see more run.

    Source: Jovan Buha on Twitter

  • Josh Jackson - F - Phoenix Suns

    The Suns are starting De'Anthony Melton, Mikal Bridges, Josh Jackson, T.J. Warren and DeAndre Ayton on Tuesday against the Spurs.

    Jackson replaces Ariza, who has been the center of NBA trade rumors in recent days. Jackson has been on fire lately, though not worthy of standard league consideration just yet. The youth movement is in full force in Phoenix.

    Source: Phoenix Suns on Twitter

  • Robert Covington - F - Minnesota Timberwolves

    Robert Covington (knee) is listed as probable for Wednesday's game.

    Covington played 26 minutes on Monday night so we're expecting to see him out there tomorrow. If he does need to miss time we'll likely see Derrick Rose starting and Josh Okogie picking up mid-twenties minutes off the bench.

    Source: Wolves PR on Twitter

  • Jevon Carter - G - Memphis Grizzlies

    Jevon Carter (right knee soreness) will not play on Wednesday night when the Grizzlies take on the Blazers.

    Carter has yet to make his NBA debut, though that's largely been because of him spending time in the G-League. He's only an option in deep dynasty leagues.

    Source: Grizzlies PR on Twitter

  • Marquese Chriss - F - Houston Rockets

    Marquese Chriss (sprained left ankle) has been ruled out on Tuesday.

    Chriss is averaging 5.9 mpg in nine contests this season and currently sits fourth on the center depth chart, so he's well off the fantasy radar.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Davis Bertans - F - San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs will be without Davis Bertans on Tuesday as he tends to a personal matter.

    This will be the second straight game out of the lineup for Bertans. Dante Cunningham is back so the Spurs won't be shorthanded at the four spot. There's minimal fantasy implications here.

    Source: Jeff McDonald on Twitter

  • Dante Cunningham - F - San Antonio Spurs

    Dante Cunningham (abdominal soreness) will play on Tuesday.

    Cunningham missed one game with the ailment. He figures to slide back into the starting power forward spot and send Derrick White back to the bench, but the Spurs could stay small against the wing-heavy Suns. Either way, Cunningham and White are only of interested in deep leagues.

    Source: Jeff McDonald on Twitter