• Paul Millsap
    F, Denver Nuggets

    Paul Millsap posted his second 1-for-7 shooting line of the season, wrapping up Sunday's win with five points, six rebounds, one assist, three steals and a block.

    Millsap also went a dreadful 3-for-8 from the line and he just hasn't found his shot yet. The defensive numbers are nice, however, and if they can stay in their current neighborhood owners will end up happy. The Sapper is a solid middle-round guy with a shade of upside, even if he's not likely to deliver big seasons like he used to.

Fantasy News

  • Harry Giles III
    PF, Sacramento Kings

    Harry Giles (sore left knee) was able to take part in the non-contact portion of practice on Monday.

    Giles still has not had a full practice, but this is a step forward for him. He is still unlikely to begin the regular season on the court. With Dewayne Dedmon and Marvin Bagley III expected to start, Giles does not have significant fantasy value right now.

    Source: Jason Jones on Twitter

  • Dejounte Murray
    PG, San Antonio Spurs

    Dejounte Murray has signed a four-year extension with the Spurs worth $64 million.

    Murray is expected to have more responsibility than ever before after missing last season due to injury, and the Spurs are paying him accordingly. He should be a decent source of steals and assists this season. However, Murray should only be selected in the later rounds at this stage.

    Source: Jeff McDonald on Twitter

  • Zion Williamson
    PF, New Orleans Pelicans

    Zion Williamson underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee and will miss 6-8 weeks.

    The Pelicans had already announced that Williamson would be out for several weeks, but this clarifies the timetable. He's a risky pick at this point but certainly possesses a great deal of talent for those who grab him at a reduced draft slot. In the meantime, Brandon Ingram looks to benefit the most from the available playing time.

    Source: Jonathan Feigen on Twitter

  • Domantas Sabonis
    C, Indiana Pacers

    Domantas Sabonis signed a four-year extension with the Pacers worth $74.9 million.

    The deal does not include a team or player option. There had been rumors that Sabonis would be traded, but the Pacers managed to retain him instead. Sabonis averaged 14.1 points, 9.3 rebounds, and 2.9 assists last season. Now that he should be starting nightly, fantasy owners can expect even better things this season.

    Source: Scott Agness on Twitter

  • Quinn Cook
    PG, Los Angeles Lakers

    Quinn Cook (calf) will be available to play in Tuesday's matchup against the Lakers.

    He had been dealing with a sore left calf. Cook is a marginal piece in the Lakers' rotation, but with injuries to Rajon Rondo and Alex Caruso, the backup PG spot in LA has thinned out some in recent days. Cook can be a useful fantasy player when given starter's minutes, as we saw with him in Golden State. Keep an eye on this situation in case one of these three emerges as LeBron's backup.

    Source: Mike Trudell on Twitter

  • Rajon Rondo
    PG, Los Angeles Lakers

    Rajon Rondo (calf soreness) is questionable for Tuesday's opener against the Clippers.

    Rondo managed to avoid injury in the preseason but was a last-minute addition to the list on the eve of the opener. He's an assists specialist and only works in certain fantasy builds, and his absence could open up more time for the more-interesting Alex Caruso. Check back tomorrow for another update.

    Source: Mike Bresnahan on Twitter

  • William Howard
    F, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz have waived William Howard.

    Howard, a 25-year-old out of France, lost the 15th roster spot to Stanton Kidd. He was a solid 3-point shooter in France's LNB Pro A and is still a worthwhile developmental prospect.

    Source: Tony Jones on Twitter

  • Jaylen Brown
    SG, Boston Celtics

    The Celtics and Jaylen Brown have agreed to a four-year, $115 million contract extension, per Adrian Wojnarowksi.

    Despite some speculation otherwise, the Celtics never wavered in their confidence that they could reach a deal with Brown before the deadline. He's now locked in as a core piece for Boston, and though he's never really played at a level that matches this new contract the expectation is that he'll blossom in an expanded role moving forward. He's a late-round fantasy target, but you'll have to be banking on some improvement in a few areas.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Jonas Valanciunas
    C, Memphis Grizzlies

    According to Omari Sankofa II, Jonas Valanciunas (foot soreness) says he will play during Wednesday's game against the Miami Heat.

    Valanciunas sat out all of preseason with foot soreness, resulting in some fear that he wouldn't be ready in time for the season opener. Valanciunas is primed for a big year in Memphis and makes sense as high floor target with plenty of upside left in the middle rounds of fantasy drafts.

    Source: Omari Sankofa II

  • Kawhi Leonard
    SF, Los Angeles Clippers

    Kawhi Leonard won't have any sort of minutes restriction in Tuesday's opener against the Lakers.

    Leonard wasn't expected to have any kind of limits in the first game of the year, but given his track record it's nice to know for sure. He's a solid first-round pick in all formats, with potential missed games the only thing to scare people off an elite valuation.

    Source: Tomer Azarly on Twitter