• Stephen Curry
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Stephen Curry was able to participate in Saturday's shootaround and remains questionable ahead of Game 1.

    For what it's worth, the Pelicans have said they're preparing as if Curry will play. It sounds like his most recent re-evaluation went very well and Curry should be expected to return early in this series. It tilts the scales a bit but this matchup looks great regardless.

    Source: Anthony Slater on Twitter

Fantasy News

  • Jeff Teague
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jeff Teague had a rough night shooting, going 2-of-9 for 12 points to go along with four rebounds and six assists on Wednesday

    Teague is floating right around top-120 value with a chance to get into the top-100. He should have better nights than this one and his ability to collect assists should carry him a bit.

  • Alec Burks
    SG, Golden State Warriors

    Alec Burks scored 11 inefficient points on Wednesday, going 3-of-11 from the floor while adding four rebounds, four assists, a steal and a triple in 29 minutes.

    Burks has always been an inconsistent fantasy player, and the bigger role he’s seeing now hasn’t changed that too much. Nobody on the Warriors could do a thing tonight so he gets a pass, but he’s a tough guy to rely on night in and night out.

  • Eric Paschall
    PF, Golden State Warriors

    Eric Paschall shouldered the scoring load again in Wednesday’s 94-142 blowout loss to the Mavs, finishing with 22 points (8-of-19 shooting), seven rebounds, a steal and a triple in 40 minutes.

    The Warriors seem content with just riding Paschall on offense with nobody else on the roster nearly consistent enough to match his production. Continue to roll him out there for the points and rebounds, but don’t expect too much else.

  • Jarrett Culver
    G-F, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jarret Culver struggled to get things going in 24 minutes on Wednesday, shooting 4-of-14 from the field and ending with 10 points, four boards, a steal and two 3-pointers.

    Culver is an interesting player when injuries plague Minnesota's backcourt since he has shown he can collect defensive stats. But at the moment, he isn't worth owning outside of deeper leagues and keeper leagues.

  • Rudy Gobert
    C, Utah Jazz

    Rudy Gobert had a block part on Wednesday night, swatting five and still putting up 12 points and 15 boards.

    Gobert got off to a slow start this season but seems to have found his grove, in part to two five-block efforts recently. In the last two weeks Gobert has been a top-25 player and is starting to play his way back to an early-early round asset.

  • 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.