• Lonzo Ball
    PG, Los Angeles Lakers

    Magic Johnson noted that rookies Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma will not play in this year's Summer League.

    Both are banged up and have already proven their NBA chops (for rookies) so we'll have to wait until the preseason to see how they look with (what we assume will be) a revamped Lakers' roster.

    Source: Tania Ganguli on Twitter

Fantasy News

  • Donovan Mitchell
    SG, Utah Jazz

    Donovan Mitchell turned in a solid out on Wednesday, putting up 26 points, seven boards, two assists, a block and five threes.

    It'd have been nice to see the assists bump up a bit, but it's always nice to get a block and seven rebounds from the guard position. Mitchell is floating around top-30 value currently, and that's about where he'll end the season.

  • Bojan Bogdanovic
    SF, Utah Jazz

    Bojan Bogdanovic dropped 30 points on Wednesday night, including going 6-of-11 from deep, tallying on four boards, three assists and a steal.

    Bogdanovic knows how to score and hit threes, and being able to add 1.5 steals per game to his line this season, he is producing mid-round value. It's above his ADP, but he hasn't shown any signs of slowing down.

  • Mike Conley
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Mike Conley had a well-rounded game on Wednesday, scoring 16 on 6-for-12 shooting, six rebounds, eight assists, a steal and two 3-pointers.

    Conley has had a bumpy start to his time in Utah and is only just inside the top-200 players on the season. However, more nights like this and he'll start to climb. He's inside the top-150 for the last two weeks, which is not what owners had in mind but, as they say, baby steps.

  • Pascal Siakam
    PF, Toronto Raptors

    Pascal Siakam did a little bit of everything in Wednesday's 113-97 win against the Magic, ending with 18 points, 11 boards, four dimes, a steal, a block and a 3-pointer.

    Siakam is a top-25 player capable of turning out nights like this at any moment. There's no reason to believe that he won't finish the season at this mark, and is someone you can trust to deliver anytime he plays.

  • Fred VanVleet
    PG, Toronto Raptors

    Fred VanVleet led the Raptors in scoring with 24 points on 10-of-19 from the field, and added seven assists with two steals on Wednesday night.

    VanVleet continues to play well above his ADP and it doesn't look like this will be a flash in the pan either. He is currently a top-25 player, and while this will regress by the end of the season, those that drafted him are looking at one of the best bargains in the draft.

  • Chris Boucher
    PF, Toronto Raptors

    Chris Boucher came off the bench Wednesday night and put up 14 points and 11 rebounds in 20 minutes.

    Boucher was extremely efficient and more in line with what owners know he is capable of. As long as Serge Ibaka (sprained ankle) is out, the Raptors don't have many options in the frontcourt, and Boucher should see some usage. He is worth rostering until Ibaka returns.

  • Terence Davis
    G-F, Toronto Raptors

    Terence Davis logged 27 minutes of action and turned it into 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting, adding eight rebounds, five assists and three 3-pointers on Wednesday night.

    Both the the points and the rebounds are season-highs for Davis who has done an admirable job picking up the slack in Kyle Lowry's absence. Davis could prove to be a streamer with Lowry out, and is worth an add in deeper leagues until Lowry returns.

  • Ky Bowman
    PG, Golden State Warriors

    Ky Bowman got the start in place of Draymond Green (right heel), but didn;t do much with it, finishing with 16 points, two assists, a steal and two triples in 32 minutes.

    Bowman has typically been good at collecting counting stats when given starting minutes, but the beatdown he and the Warriors took tonight probably had an effect on that. He's a low-end roster filler while D'Angelo Russell (right thumb) is out.

  • Jonathan Isaac
    PF, Orlando Magic

    Jonathan Isaac tied a career-high in rebounds on Wendesday with a 16-point, 13-rebound double-double to go along with three assists, a steal and three blocks.

    Isaac is currently a top-15 player and hasn't shown any signs of slowing down. This has all the makings of a sell-high candidate, but it's hard to fault owners if they want to ride this kind of production until the end.

  • Dwight Powell
    PF, Dallas Mavericks

    Dwight Powell continued to lag in his start to the season in Wednesday's 142-94 win over the Warriors, finishing with six points, three rebounds, one assists, two steals and a block in 25 minutes.

    While there are few things to complain about in a near 50-point blowout, Powell's lack of production should still weigh on fantasy owner's minds. He is not scoring or rebounding at the rate that he did last season, and though he had three tonight, he has been noticibly thin in the defensive stat department as well. He's a tough hold in standard leagues, but if he is able to get it together he is likely to compete for top-100 value.