• Gary Harris
    G, Denver Nuggets

    Gary Harris scored 16 points (5-for-12 FGs, 6-for-6 FTs) to go with six rebounds, two assists and two steals in 37 minutes in Tuesday's blowout victory over the Blazers.

    Harris scored 11, 12, 13 and 14 points in games one through four of this series, so 16 does break the pattern. We'll forgive him as he continues to look like his former self on both ends of the floor. Harris was also a plus-31 on the night, which was the best mark in the game.

Fantasy News

  • Meyers Leonard
    C, Miami Heat

    Meyers Leonard (left ankle sprain) will not play on Thursday.

    Kelly Olynyk and Derrick Jones Jr. will help to fill in. Leonard will have the occasional strong game but isn't a major fantasy contributor.

    Source: Ira Winderman on Twitter

  • Tyler Herro
    PG, Miami Heat

    Tyler Herro (right ankle soreness) will not play during Thursday's game.

    Herro was hoping to play right out of the All-Star break, but he will not face the Hawks. Herro last played on February 3 and Goran Dragic should continue to see extra playing time.

    Source: Ira Winderman on Twitter

  • Victor Oladipo
    SG, Indiana Pacers

    Victor Oladipo will no longer be subject to a minutes restriction, but still he will not play back-to-back contests.

    Nate McMillan announced the change to reporters on Wednesday. Oladipo has averaged 11.1 points and 2.9 assists in 25.0 minutes per game so far. Just be prepared for the days of rest when the Pacers have a heavy schedule.

    Source: Indiana Pacers on Twitter

  • Al Horford
    PF, Philadelphia Sixers

    Al Horford told the media that he expects to continue coming off the bench going forward.

    Even off the bench, Horford has been playing close to 30 minutes per night of late. Nevertheless, it's an indication that Josh Richardson should maintain his place in the starting lineup for the Sixers. Horford can contribute in a variety of categories, but he has scored only 9.3 points per game over his last ten appearances.

    Source: Tom Moore on Twitter

  • Clint Capela
    C, Atlanta Hawks

    Clint Capela (right heel contusion) will be out for "weeks" according to Hawks head coach Lloyd Pierce.

    The Hawks have little incentive to rush Capela and Dewayne Dedmon should see steady minutes while he is sidelined. Still, this is a longer absence than most observers would have expected. Capela is a double-double machine when healthy, but hopefully your league has an injured reserve spot if you own him.

    Source: Chris Vivlamore on Twitter

  • Luke Kennard
    SG, Detroit Pistons

    Luke Kennard (bilateral knee soreness) will not play on Thursday.

    Kennard's timetable is still unclear, but Reggie Jackson's buyout should give him added value when he rejoins the Pistons. Kennard has enjoyed his finest season to date in compiling 15.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 4.1 assists per game.

    Source: Keith Langlois on Twitter

  • DeAndre' Bembry
    SF, Atlanta Hawks

    DeAndre’ Bembry (hand) will be available for Thursday's game.

    Bembry had minor surgery for his right hand neuritis in late January. This will be his first game back since January 20. Cam Reddish could see a dip in minutes.

    Source: Kevin Chouinard on Twitter

  • Clint Capela
    C, Atlanta Hawks

    Clint Capela (right heel contusion) will not be available for Thursday's game against the Heat.

    Capela hasn't yet made his debut for the Hawks. He averaged 13.9 points, 13.8 rebounds, and 1.8 blocks per game before the Rockets traded him away. Dewayne Dedmon should continue to start in his absence.

    Source: Chris Vivlamore on Twitter

  • Jacob Evans
    SG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    The Wolves announced this morning that the team has assigned Jacob Evans, Omari Spellman and Jarred Vanderbilt to the Iowa Wolves, the team’s NBA G League affiliate.

    All of them were acquired at the trade deadline and they are unlikely to receive much playing time with the main squad.

    Source: Nba.com

  • Kris Dunn
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    The Bulls announced this morning that Kris Dunn will continue his current rehabilitation program of his medial collateral ligament sprain for the next 4-6 weeks before progressing to functional training.

    A determination will be made at that time if additional treatment is required so it’s not certain that Dunn will be able to return to action this year. He is now a drop in standard leagues and the Bulls will rely on Tomas Satoransky and Coby White for the foreseeable future.

    Source: Nba.com