• Kyrie Irving
    G, Boston Celtics

    When asked if he could see himself playing as long as Vince Carter, Kyrie Irving said, "…hopefully in my early-to-mid-30s, I'm done with this."

    He said it with a smile and says he still has love for the game he's dreamed of playing professionally since he was a kid. While players like Kevin Durant and LeBron James keep everyone on edge with their intentions, Kyrie has made it clear he wants to remain in Boston long-term but since he will be 27 years old at the end of this season, does this mean we only have 4-5 more years of possibly the greatest layup artist of all time?

    Source: ESPN.com

Fantasy News

  • Jarrett Allen
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Jarrett Allen feasted on the small-ball oriented Hornets on Wednesday, bullying them with 22 points on 9-of-12 shooting, adding 17 rebounds and two steals.

    Allen has double-doubled in three of his last five games and is steadily gaining more ground in his position battle with DeAndre Jordan, who put up a perfect shooting night of 5-of-5 shooting from the field and 4-of-4 shooting from the line for 14 points, seven rebounds and no defensive stats in 20 minutes. Stick with Allen as he's still working on improving his still-raw game.

  • Eric Bledsoe
    PG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Eric Bledsoe had a productive offensive outing on Wednesday, finishing the night with 28 points on 8-of-17 shooting, with seven rebounds, five assists, a block and three 3-pointers.

    Bledsoe continues to climb the ranks after his slow start. He's been a top-50 player over the last two weeks, and that's right around where we think he belongs.

  • Danuel House
    PF, Houston Rockets

    Danuel House (shoulder) went to the locker room to recieve treatment on Wednesday.

    He had Rockets trainers work on his shoulder on the sidelines but felt it was necessary to get it checked on further in the locker room. We'll keep you updated on this situation as it develops.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Kevin Love
    PF, Cleveland Cavaliers

    Kevin Love continued to crush his ADP in Wednesday's loss, scoring 25 points (8-of-14 shooting) to go with 13 rebounds, two assists, five triples and four turnovers.

    Love has been well worth the gamble for those who took him in the middle rounds. He's looked a lot like he did in his Minnesota days, being healthy as the number one option in the offense. He's an intriguing sell-high candidate in head-to-head leagues with the chances of injury and end of year shut-down potential looming.

  • Aaron Gordon
    PF, Orlando Magic

    Aaron Gordon (right ankle sprain) had his X-Rays come back negative, and he was seen walking around with a crutch after the game.

    Gordon and Vucevic seemed to dodge bullets for their ankles in this one, and it is unclear what sort of timetable Gordon is heading for. We will likely hear more tomorrow, but if he is to miss time Al-Farouq Aminu would see the biggest bump in playing time.

    Source: Roy Parry on Twitter

  • Brook Lopez
    C, Milwaukee Bucks

    Brook Lopez had 12 points, five boards, an assist, two steals, two blocks and two threes on Wednesday night.

    The two steals were nice to see, and even after a relatively mundane night, Lopez is still a top-50 player on the season. There's is around where we'd expect him to end the season barring any injuries.

  • Nikola Vucevic
    C, Orlando Magic

    X-Rays came back negative for Nikola Vucevic (sprained right ankle), but he left the locker room wearing a boot and using a crutch.

    A bit of good news and bad news for Vucevic, as he avoided serious injury but it also appears that he's heading towards time on the sidelines. Khem Birch got the start in his place to start the second half, but he really only has appeal as a blocks and boards specialist in deep-leagues.

    Source: Roy Parry on Twitter

  • Donte DiVincenzo
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Donte DiVencenzo put together a respectable line on Wednesday, ending with 11 points, five boards, three assists, two steals and a couple of 3-pointers.

    DiVencenzo has strung together a few serviceable games in a row now. He is worth a look for steals and threes in deep leagues or to stream while Khris Middleton (left thigh contusion) is sidelined.

  • Bradley Beal
    SG, Washington Wizards

    Bradley Beal continued to feast in Wednesday night's 138-132 win over the Spurs, racking up 33 points on 14-of-24 shooting, four boards, four assists and sinking three from deep.

    Beal is starting to show that he is worthy of the early round pick he was taken at. With the Wizards not having many other options, Beal will be this team's go-to guy on a nightly basis.

  • Thomas Bryant
    C, Washington Wizards

    Thomas Bryant turned in a middling 11 points, five rebounds, but set a season-high in assists with six on Wednesday night.

    Bryant had a pretty average night, but seeing the uptick in assists was a nice addition for fantasy owners. He's currently a top-50 player and will likely flirt with that mark for the season.