• Mitchell Robinson
    C, New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson continued his run of shot-blocking domination as he blocked five shots to go with his eight points and 10 rebounds in 33 minutes on Sunday against the Wolves.

    He shot 4-of-5 from the field and added one assist and one steal to the box score. He has firmly been a top-10 value over the past month mainly due to his adept ability to block shots. He should be owned in all formats and should be a highly coveted fantasy center heading into next season.

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  • Josh Richardson
    SF, Philadelphia Sixers

    Josh Richardson (right hamstring strain) has been upgraded to probable for Tuesday's game against the Nuggets.

    With Richardson looking likely to return on Tuesday, Furkan Korkmaz and Matisse Thybulle will take a big hit in their value. Richardson should return to fantasy lineups when he officially gets the green light.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Delon Wright
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Rick Carlisle said that Delon Wright (right adductor strain) will probably be listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Pistons in Mexico City.

    Wright is looking likely to miss another game. Seth Curry, J.J. Barea, and Jalen Brunson should all receive extra minutes off the bench if Wright can't go. None of the trio is more than a streaming play.

    Source: Brad Townsend on Twitter

  • Tyson Chandler
    C, Houston Rockets

    Tyson Chandler (illness) has been ruled out ahead of Wednesday's game against the Cavs.

    The veteran is long past the days of fantasy relevance.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Austin Rivers
    PG, Houston Rockets

    Austin Rivers (illness) is being ruled out ahead of Wednesday's matchup with the Cavs.

    With Rivers missing another game we should see both Ben McLemore and Danuel House reach the thirty-minute mark, with Chris Clemons and Gary Clark seeing extra minutes if the score turns lopsided. Rivers' next chance to return will be on Friday against the Magic.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • De'Andre Hunter
    SF, Atlanta Hawks

    De'Andre Hunter (illness) is being listed as probable for Tuesday's game with the Heat.

    Hunter is also dealing with a dislocated finger but he was able to play through it on Sunday. With Kevin Huerter back, Hunter's role is a little more diminished than it was in the previous few weeks. Hunter's poor shooting and lack of defensive numbers have kept him off of the standard league radar.

    Source: Kevin Chouinard on Twitter

  • Bam Adebayo
    C, Miami Heat

    Bam Adebayo and KZ Okpala have been upgraded to probable for tonight’s game against the Hawks.

    Adebayo has been bothered by the groin issue recently but he seems to be fine playing through it. He has been a beast this season returning top-50 value and validating the Heat’s decision to make him the starter.

    Source: Andre Fernandez on Twitter

  • Kent Bazemore
    SG, Portland Trail Blazers

    Terry Stotts said this morning that Kent Bazemore will get his second straight start on Tuesday night when the Blazers face the Knicks.

    Bazemore is the next man up after Rodney Hood went down with an Achilles injury and he should be added in all formats. He logged 36 minutes in his first start on Sunday.

    Source: Dan Sheldon on Twitter

  • Steven Adams
    C, Oklahoma City Thunder

    As expected, Thunder veterans Chris Paul, Steven Adams, and Danilo Gallinari are all available, according to Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer.

    Oklahoma City seems willing to take on bad contracts and unwanted money, according to O’Connor, who hears that getting out of tax territory isn’t necessarily a priority for the club. Adams and CP3 are likely to be heavily shopped and a potential trade wouldn’t really affect their value. Gallinari meanwhile is on an expiring deal and has once again exceeded expectations so far this season, so it wouldn’t be a bad idea to try and sell high on him.

    Source: The Ringer

  • Robert Covington
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    The Rockets are interested in acquiring Wolves’ forward Robert Covington, according to Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer.

    This is consistent with an earlier report that claimed the Rockets were after a wing. Their lack of depth has been apparent through the early stretch, and adding a 3-and-D star like Covington could boost their all-around game heading into the rest of the season. Despite sending a pile of picks to the Thunder in the Russell Westbrook blockbuster trade, Houston can still move its 2020 and 2022 first-round picks, which should make for some interesting bargaining. It’s hard to envision the Wolves parting with RoCo but trade season looks to be upon us once again.

    Source: The Ringer

  • Jordan Poole
    PG, Golden State Warriors

    The Warriors are considering sending Jordan Poole to a G League assignment, in a major step in the process to help the rookie shooting guard rediscover his game.

    The move is a response to Poole failing to find any rhythm, shooting 25.8 percent from the field, including 24.5 percent from beyond the arc. The Warriors are certain Poole is better than what he has shown, but injuries left them in no position to be without any healthy player in recent weeks. The move, if it happens, could have a positive impact on the rookie who has been asked to do more than he is capable of delivering at this point of his career.

    Source: NBC Sports Bay Area