• Paul George
    F, Oklahoma City Thunder

    Paul George (right quad contusion) will play on Sunday.

    PG was upgraded to probable so this isn't a surprise. Dennis Schroder will head back to the bench and George obviously belongs in all lineups.

    Source: Steve McGehee on Twitter

Fantasy News

  • Michael Carter-Williams
    PG, Orlando Magic

    Michael-Carter Williams (strained left hip) exited the Magic's faceoff with the Wizards on Sunday.

    MCW made it through six minutes before going down with the injury. His role has been limited and he remains a lousy shooter that will drag down your percentages. Williams is best left on the wire, and he is unlikely to make any noise on the Magic this season.

    Source: John Denton on Twitter

  • D.J. Augustin
    PG, Orlando Magic

    D.J. Augustin dislocated the fifth metacarpal of his left hand but x-rays showed no fracture, and he is expected to return for the Magic on Sunday.

    Augustin has been delivering steady late round value throughout the season, but with the Magic's focus upon developing Markelle Fultz, Augustin's role is capped. It sounds like this injury will not have an impact on his performance, and Augustin will remain a reliable deep-league or streaming option.

    Source: Josh Robbins on Twitter

  • Marcus Smart
    PG, Boston Celtics

    Marcus Smart struggled to find his stroke scoring five points on 2-of-16 shooting from the field during Sunday's loss to the Kings.

    It was a poor shooting night, but Smart managed to dole out nine assists and snag five rebounds. He should continue to start with Gordon Hayward sidelined.


  • Josh Okogie
    SG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Josh Okogie (left knee soreness) is being considered questionable for Monday's game versus the Jazz.

    Okogie missed Saturday's game and Jake Layman and Jarrett Culver made the most out of his minutes and would be the biggest beneficiaries forced to sit again.

    Source: Kyle Ratke on Twitter

  • Andrew Wiggins
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Andrew Wiggins (illness) is being considered doubtful for Monday's game versus the Jazz.

    Wiggins has missed the past two games due to the death of his grandmother and appears to be dealing with an illness now. Look for Jarrett Culver to see even more minutes if Josh Okogie is unable to suit up as well.

    Source: Kyle Ratke on Twitter

  • Daniel Theis
    PF, Boston Celtics

    Daniel Theis scored 14 points and 12 rebounds in Sunday's 100-99 loss the the Kings.

    The entire frontcourt is finally healthy, but Theis continues to distance himself from the bunch. He is going to continue to split minutes with Robert Williams III and Enes Kanter, but is the one worth owning at the moment.


  • Bogdan Bogdanovic
    SG, Sacramento Kings

    Bodan Bogdanovic posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 assists on Sunday versus the Celtics.

    Bogdanovic chipped in two 3-pointers and continues to be the biggest beneficiary with De'Aaron Fox sidelined and is flirting with top-100 upside.


  • Nemanja Bjelica
    PF, Sacramento Kings

    Nemanja Bjelica scored 12 points, 14 rebounds and four assists in Sunday's 100-99 win over the Celtics.

    Bjelica bounced back in a big way after getting himself in foul trouble versus the Lakers. His role and minutes look be safe with De'Aaron Fox missing some time and it worth the add where available.


  • Buddy Hield
    SG, Sacramento Kings

    Buddy Hield blew up for 35 points, six rebounds, two assists, four steal and seven treys in Sunday's 100-99 win over the Celtics.

    Hield did it all on 14-of-24 shooting from the field, including 7-of-12 from three point land. Hield should continue to see better games with the usage left behind by De'Aaron Fox.


  • Jaxson Hayes
    PF-C, New Orleans Pelicans

    Jaxson Hayes is slated to start the first game of his career on Sunday versus the Warriors.

    The Pelicans are thin and will have to rely on Hayes and Nicolo Melli to handle the center minutes. Both are viable streaming and DFS options.

    Source: Pelicans PR on Twitter