• James Ennis III
    SF, Philadelphia Sixers

    The Sixers are re-signing free agent wing James Ennis on a two-year, $4.1 million deal with a player option for year two.

    Ennis showed well upon arriving in Philly last season and wants another crack at it with his teammates. The Sixers replaced Jimmy Butler with Josh Richardson and Al Horford, so there may be fewer minutes available for Ennis, but there will be a quality role for him as he proved to be a valuable defender at multiple positions last season.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

Fantasy News

  • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
    SG, Los Angeles Lakers

    Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (ankle) is questionable for Friday's game against the Kings.

    KCP isn't worth a look in standard leagues right now so even if he does miss out it shouldn't have a big impact on most teams.

  • Anthony Davis
    PF-C, Los Angeles Lakers

    Anthony Davis is probable for Friday's game against the Kings.

    Davis missed Wednesday's game against the Warriors with shoulder soreness but he looks like he'll be ready to be back to his usual self on Friday. Roll him out as usual. Yay.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Chandler Parsons
    SF, Atlanta Hawks

    Chandler Parsons (knees) is now available for Thursday's game.

    Parsons has been upgraded three times today, though we still don't imagine he'll play much, if at all, for the Hawks.

    Source: Kevin Chouinard on Twitter

  • Daniel Theis
    PF, Boston Celtics

    Daniel Theis (sprained pinky) is questionable for Friday's game.

    Theis missed Boston's last game but isn't expected to miss extended time. He could bump Enes Kanter back to the bench upon his return, though Kanter is coming off a solid performance on Wednesday. We have yet to see how the Celtics deploy a full-strength center group, so Theis remains worth holding where he's already rostered just to see how things shake out.

    Source: Chris Forsberg on Twitter

  • Robert Williams III
    C-F, Boston Celtics

    Robert Williams (ankle) is questionable ahead of Friday's game against the Warriors.

    The Celtics may not press their youngster in a winnable game against Golden State (that's still weird to say). If he does play, he'll be worth getting into lineups as a source of blocks and efficient, low-volume scoring. If Williams remains out, Enes Kanter, Vincent Poirier and Grant Williams should get the center minutes again, assuming Daniel Theis is also out.

    Source: Chris Forsberg on Twitter

  • Larry Nance Jr.
    PF, Cleveland Cavaliers

    Larry Nance Jr. (left thumb) went back to the locker room in Thursday's game.

    Nance was already sporting a thumb wrap so hopefully this isn't a serious issue, though he looked to be in considerable pain. We'll keep you posted on his condition.

    Source: Chris Fedor on Twitter

  • Chandler Parsons
    SF, Atlanta Hawks

    Chandler Parsons (knees) has been upgraded again and is now probable to face the Suns on Thursday.

    Just because he's probable doesn't mean he'll play, however.

    Source: Brad Rowland on Twitter

  • DeAndre' Bembry
    SF, Atlanta Hawks

    DeAndre' Bembry (illness) is available for Thursday's game against the Suns.

    Bembry was a late addition to the report but it's good that he's healthy. With Kevin Huerter out indefinitely, Bembry is going to have a chance to stand out in a Hawks rotation that features some uninspiring wings for fantasy purposes. He's worth a look if you need steals and assists.

    Source: Brad Rowland on Twitter

  • E'Twaun Moore
    SG, New Orleans Pelicans

    E'Twaun Moore is in the starting lineup on Thursday night.

    Moore will start at small forward in place of the injured Brandon Ingram. Though Moore has a history of quietly returning standard-league value, he's really only a streaming option with Ingram expected to return relatively soon.

    Source: New Orleans Pelicans on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson
    C, New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson has passed the concussion protocol and will come off the bench for Thursday's tilt against the Mavs.

    Robinson will make his return on Thursday but will come off the bench in this contest. It is unclear how many minutes he will play in his first game back after a two-game absence but he has been averaging 17.6 minutes per game, down 3 minutes from his rookie season.

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter