• TJ Warren
    F, Phoenix Suns

    According to coach Kokoskov, T.J. Warren's status for Wednesday's game is still "up in the air," leaving him questionable for the game.

    Warren was seen on the floor doing some light shooting and dribbling, so the staff are playing this one by ear, making him a true GTD. There has been no word as to who will start if he misses the game, but expect Mikal Bridges and Trevor Ariza to absorb most of the touches left by Warren.

    Source: Gina Mizell on Twitter

Fantasy News

  • DeMar DeRozan
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    DeMar DeRozan had a hollow 12 point game on Monday, adding seven rebounds, seven assists while shooting 6-for-15 from the field.

    DeRozan is just abandoning the 3-point shot which is okay if he's going to dish out assists at this rate, but the shooting has to be much more efficient. He's barely inside the top-100 on the season with averages of 20.2 points, 4.7 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 1.0 steals on .504 shooting. There's not too much upside beyond those stats, but there's still value in efficient scoring and the assist numbers aren't anything to look past.

  • Dejounte Murray
    PG, San Antonio Spurs

    Dejounte Murray only logged 19 minutes on Monday, scoring four points on 1-of-3 shooting to go with six rebounds, four assist, a steal and a block.

    Murray was able to get numbers across the board, but he wasn't able to get much going for himself offensively. Tonight just wasn't his night, but he'll be better in the next one.

  • Andrew Wiggins
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Andrew Wiggins continued his hot start to the season with a game-high 33 points (12-for-20 FGs, 6-for-8 FTs) plus six rebounds, five assists, one steal, one block and three triples in 36 minutes on Monday in a 120-114 win over the Pistons.

    This is quite a run for Wiggins, who has never provided more than late-round value in a season despite big potential. If he's on your roster, you've got to consider trying to sell high, as he has too many warts in his game to keep this up. He looks like he's easily on his way to his best season however, so rostering him all year should be quite beneficial too.

  • Rudy Gay
    SF, San Antonio Spurs

    Rudy Gay logged 27 minutes on Monday, scoring 18 points on 6-of-9 shooting to go with eight rebounds, two assists, a block and three 3-pointers.

    Gay pops up every once in a while with a solid game, but he's outside the top-150 in value and with his minutes below 30, there's no reason to expect him to improve.

  • Bryn Forbes
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    Bryn Forbes scored 14 points on 5-of-12 shooting to go with a rebound, an assist and four 3-pointers on Monday.

    Forbes continues to drill triples at an excellent clip on high efficiency. He's a solid 3-point streamer, but that's about all he does.

  • Jaren Jackson Jr.
    PF, Memphis Grizzlies

    Jaren Jackson Jr. led the Grizzlies to their 113-109 win over the Spurs on Monday with 24 points to go with six rebounds, five assists, a steal and four triples.

    There's the game we've been waiting for. Jackson Jr. dominated both ends of the floor tonight and outplayed the much older and slower LaMarcus Aldridge. He hit 10-of-17 from the floor and went 4-for-6 from deep. JJJ will still deal with foul trouble pretty often, but the talent level and situation are too ripe for him not to produce top-50 value.

  • Tyus Jones
    PG, Memphis Grizzlies

    Tyus Jones scored eight points on 3-of-10 shooting to go with six assists on Monday.

    Jones could be a starter for a couple teams as he's more talented than your average backup point guard. He closed out the fourth quarter because Ja Morant wasn't playing well, but his upside is still limited with both guards healthy. Jones should still post solid low-end assist and steal numbers though.

  • Jonas Valanciunas
    C, Memphis Grizzlies

    Jonas Valanciunas posted a double-double with 18 points and 12 boards to go with an assist and two blocks on Monday against the Spurs.

    Valanciunas was a bit frustrating to own heading into tonight's game, but this type of stat line is why you have to hold on tight. The Grizzlies frontcourt has a lot of talent and there's enough to go around for everyone to post strong value.

  • Brandon Clarke
    PF, Memphis Grizzlies

    Brandon Clarke came off the bench for 18 minutes on Monday, scoring 14 points on 6-of-7 shooting to go with eight rebounds, an assist and two triples.

    Clarke continues to shine in his brief moments on the court. He only logged 18 minutes tonight, but still got it done on the glass and is almost a lock for a positive plus-minus. He should start to see increased playing time as the year goes on and there's enough for everyone in the Grizzlies' frontcourt to eat.

  • Dillon Brooks
    SF, Memphis Grizzlies

    Dillon Brooks led the Grizzlies with a game-high 21 points on Monday, while adding two rebounds, three assists, two steals and a 3-pointer.

    He went 8-for-17 from the floor and 4-for-6 at the line. Brooks has been the best option at shooting guard for the Grizzlies and hopefully you held onto him throughout his mini slump. There aren't many options for wing scorers in Memphis which gives Brooks some extra leash to work with.