• Jeremy Lamb - G - Charlotte Hornets

    Jeremy Lamb (groin) is probable for Sunday's game against the Pistons.

    Lamb is bringing owners back top 80-110 value (9/8 cat) in just 24.4 mpg and will only go up from here.

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  • Elie Okobo - G - Phoenix Suns

    Elie Okobo was assigned to the G-League on Tuesday.

    Coach Igor Kokoskov said that both Okobo and De'Anthony Melton would toggle back and forth between the NBA and G League throughout the season. However, the Suns are a mess at PG so it's surprising he would make the move. Melton will likely inherit Okob's 10-15 minutes on Wednesday unless Okobo is recalled by then.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

  • Wesley Matthews - G/F - Dallas Mavericks

    Wesley Matthews (hamstring) is probable for Wednesday's contest against the Jazz.

    This would be a quick return considering the nature of hamstring;s so it must not have been serious. Matthews will take back his starting spot and Dorian Finney-Smith will return to the bench and his 15-20 minute role. Matthews is currently a standard league guy thanks to his triples (2.7) and steals (1.1). Beware his field goal percentage (41 percent) so hopefully your either punting or it's already a very strong category for you.

    Source: Eddie Sefko on Twitter

  • Maurice Harkless - F - Trail Blazers

    Maurice Harkless (knee) ruled out for Wednesday's matchup vs. the Lakers.

    This will be Harkless' ninth straight game missed and there is no current timetable, although it was reported he is doing 1 v 1 drills and looks "explosive." When he is fully healthy he will take away minutes from Jake Layman and Evan Turner. the 25-year-old could eventually work his way into 12-14 team value thanks to his versatile stat set, but it's still a ways away.

    Source: Casey Holdahl on Twitter

  • Draymond Green - F - Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston downplayed the heated exchange between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green that carried into the locker room after Tuesday's game.

    "Just team spirit," Livingston said. "Guys wanted a different outcome than what happened… guys might have thought they were open or wanted the basketball, didn't get it… it was good to see some fire, some emotion." Apparently players were angry that Draymond didn't own up to his mistake and was "forcefully" defending himself instead. How quickly the Warriors crumble without their leader, Stephen Curry, who they have a significantly worse record without. We heard reports after last season that there were issues, but the Warriors still won the title. There is too much talent in Golden State for them to lose even if there are issues, but don't expect many easy victories without Curry.

    Source: ESPN.com

  • Damian Lillard - G - Trail Blazers

    Damian Lillard (knee) is hopeful to play on Wednesday against the Lakers.

    Lillard sat out practice today, but went through a workout afterwards. Apparently he spent four hours on knee rehab as well. If the veteran were to sit then Seth Curry would see a lot of run and C.J. McCollum's usage would increase. Nik Stauskas would likely see some extra run at the two as well.

    Source: Mike Richman on Twitter

  • CJ Miles - F/G - Toronto Raptors

    CJ Miles (hip) is listed as out for Wednesday's game vs. the Pistons.

    Miles has been averaging 15 mpg this season. The Raptors are fully healthy and unless an injury occurs this is all the minutes that will be left over when he does play, especially with both Fred VanVleet and Delon Wright both healthy.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Jonathan Isaac - F - Orlando Magic

    Jonathan Isaac (ankle) has been upgraded to questionable for Wednesday's game.

    Isaac has missed six straight games with an ankle sprain but appears close to a return. He's been able to do shooting and conditioning work after recent practices and will look to put this latest batch of ankle troubles behind him. While Isaac has been a disappointment so far, he's worth picking up in all competitive leagues given his defensive prowess. There aren't many players with Isaac's upside so he's definitely someone to own as long as you aren't absolutely starving for immediate production.

    Source: John Denton on Twitter

  • Russell Westbrook - G - Oklahoma City Thunder

    Russell Westbrook continues to do "more and more each day," per Billy Donovan, but the Thunder had a largely non-contact practice on Tuesday.

    Without a contact practice under his belt we can't expect Westbrook to play on Wednesday, so while his status is still uncertain you can't put him back into your lineup just yet.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • PJ Tucker - F - Houston Rockets

    P.J. Tucker (illness) participated in Tuesday's shootaround but remains questionable for the game against the Nuggets.

    Tucker was able to play on Sunday despite dealing with a stomach virus so you have to think he'll be out there unless his condition worsened on Monday. The participation today is a good sign so we'll expect him out there tonight, even if he's less than 100 percent.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Caris LeVert - G - Brooklyn Nets

    Caris LeVert has been diagnosed with a dislocated right foot and will not need surgery.

    Tests performed this morning revealed no fractures and only moderate ligament damage. LeVert will not need surgery and there is strong confidence he will play again this season. Whew! What a sigh of relief for his owners and all NBA fans alike. The 24-year-old was in the midst of a career year averaging 18.4 points, 4.3 boards, 3.7 assists and 1.2 steals per game. Stash him if you can or at least until an injury timetable is revealed.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter