June 22, 2018, 1:15 amCameron ReynoldsG, Sacramento Kings
The Kings have signed undrafted guard Cameron Reynolds out of Tulane.
Reynolds could just be camp filler but we'll see how high he can climb through the summer. He averaged 15.3 points a night for the Green Wave last season. Expect every team to make minor transactions like this in the coming days.
Source: Shams Charania on Twitter
February 21, 2020, 9:39 pmThomas BryantC, Washington Wizards
Thomas Bryant (sore right foot) returned to action on Friday and was able to see 16 minutes off the bench, producing eight points on 4-of-7 shooting with five rebounds and two blocks.
Bryant missed both shot attempts from the line which dampened his otherwise encouraging first game back since experiencing a setback with the stress reaction in his right foot. He's going to be brought along slowly but assuming his progression goes without delay this time around, Bryant can flirt with top-30 value if he gets minutes in the high 20s to low 30s.
February 21, 2020, 9:39 pmNikola VucevicC, Orlando Magic
Nikola Vucevic cruised with 27 points (12-for-27 shooting), 12 rebounds, four steals, one triple, one assists and a a block as the Magic fell 106-122 to the Mavs.
Vucevic did all he could to keep his team in it but ultimately fell short. The Magic are going for a playoff spot and figure to feature Vucevic prominently the rest of the way.
February 21, 2020, 9:37 pmEvan FournierSF, Orlando Magic
Evan Fournier exploded for 28 points (10-for-19 shooting), five triples, two rebounds and two steals in Friday's loss.
With the big shooting performance, Fournier passed up Hedo Turkoglu to move to fourth on the Magic's career three-pointers list with 795. Fournier should continue to provide strong threes and scoring the rest of the season.
February 21, 2020, 9:33 pmVictor OladipoSG, Indiana Pacers
Victor Oladipo (sore back) left Friday's game against the Knicks with concerns over his back.
This is not good news. Oladipo has not looked particularly healthy since returning from injury in late January. That injury, however, was to his right knee, so the news about his back is not a welcome sight. An update should be provided after the game.
Source: Scott Agness on Twitter
February 21, 2020, 9:32 pmMarkelle FultzPG, Orlando Magic
Markelle Fultz posted 14 points (7-for-12 shooting), nine assists and a rebound in Friday's loss to the Mavs.
Fultz logged 33 minutes in this one, which is more than double the 16 minutes that D.J. Augustin played. Fultz has played well enough lately to secure himself a nice role and a player whose assist potential gives him a high upside in the final push of the season.
February 21, 2020, 9:29 pmAaron GordonPF, Orlando Magic
Aaron Gordon checked several boxes in Friday's loss to the Mavs, posting 10 points (4-for-13 shooting), 12 rebounds, seven assists, two steals and a block across 35 minutes.
The shooting was rough for Gordon tonight, but the fact he was able to step up and contribute in other areas is a welcome sight. If you have Gordon you might as well hold and hope for the best.
February 21, 2020, 9:23 pmTerrence RossSG, Orlando Magic
Terrence Ross finished Friday's loss to the Mavs with 19 points (5-for-16 shooting), five rebounds, three triples, two steals and an assist.
Ross continues to produce as an end-of-bench three-point shooting option. His efficiency is often lacking, but is a lock for a ton of minutes most nights as this Magic team doesn't have a ton of scoring options.
February 21, 2020, 9:05 pmGary Trent Jr.SG, Portland Trail Blazers
Gary Trent Jr. is in the starting lineup for Friday's home clash with the Pelicans.
He is starting for an injured Damian Lillard. Lillard's injury is not expected to be serious, but if he is forced to miss more time, Trent Jr. would be one of the primary beneficiaries in his stead.
Source: Jamie Goldberg on Twitter
February 21, 2020, 8:53 pmKevin Porter Jr.SG-SF, Cleveland Cavaliers
Kevin Porter Jr. was ejected in the second half of the Cavs' game vs. the Wizards on Friday for receiving his second technical foul of the evening.
He left with three points, two assists and two blocks while also committing four turnovers in 13 minutes of action. Porter Jr. is nothing more than a deep league option for the remainder of his rookie season, unless the Cavs sustain a multitude of injuries to clear the way in their crowded backcourt.
Source: Angel Gray on Twitter
February 21, 2020, 8:46 pmOtto Porter Jr.SF, Chicago Bulls
Otto Porter (left foot) is not ready to return for Saturday's game against the Suns, despite participating in 3-on-3 action during Friday's practice.
There is no reason for the Bulls to rush him back to action. Porter broke his foot in early November but was leaving much to be desired in his short stint with the Bulls prior to going down. If you have a spot and Porter is available he's worth a speculative add, but don't drop anyone with top-150 value in order to add him.
Source: NBA Injury Report