Fantasy News

  • Dwayne Bacon
    SF, Charlotte Hornets

    Dwayne Bacon is doubtful for Wednesday’s game against the Grizzlies, due to right knee soreness.

    Bacon only played 13 minutes on Tuesday and that might had to do with the current injury status. Devonte' Graham and Malik Monk will see additional minutes while Bacon should be dropped in standard leagues.

    Source: Hornets PR on Twitter

  • Daniel Theis
    PF, Boston Celtics

    Daniel Theis went through shootaround this morning and Brad Stevens said “there’s at least a chance” he will play on Wednesday against the Wizards.

    This is not a very helpful piece of information actually as the center situation in Boston remains murky. Robert Williams and Enes Kanter seem to be behind Theis at the moment but the situation is volatile and injuries, together with matchups, make it hard to trust any of them.

    Source: Celtics PR on Twitter

  • Gary Clark
    PF, Houston Rockets

    The Rockets have recalled Gary Clark and Isaiah Hartenstein from their G League affiliate on Wednesday.

    Houston is currently struggling with injuries as Eric Gordon is expected to have surgery and will miss the next six weeks, while Danuel House is doubtful with a back issue. Clark will certainly get some minutes and he might deserve a look in deeper leagues while Hartenstein will be providing some insurance depth.

    Source: Alykhan Bijani on Twitter

  • Rajon Rondo
    PG, Los Angeles Lakers

    Rajon Rondo, who made his season debut on Tuesday, will not play on Wednesday against the Warriors.

    Rondo was on a 15-minute limit on Tuesday and the Lakers will rest him on the second leg of their back-to-back. He looked good against the Suns dishing out seven assists, grabbing six rebounds and scoring five points and it’s likely he makes himself relevant in standard leagues.

    Source: Mike Trudell on Twitter

  • Shabazz Napier
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Shabazz Napier is now considered questionable to face the Spurs on Wednesday due to a strained right hamstring.

    Jeff Teague also remains questionable and it’s really up in the air whether the Wolves will have any of their point guards back tonight. Jarrett Culver and Josh Okogie have been the beneficiaries so far but both should go back to the bench if Teague or Napier are able to return.

    Source: Kyle Ratke on Twitter

  • Andre Iguodala
    SF, Memphis Grizzlies

    Sean Deveney of Heavy.com is reporting that one team that has made an offer to the Grizzlies for Andre Iguodala is the Mavs, who are eager to make a push for the playoffs and find more help for Luka Doncic.

    The Grizzlies are still holding out hope that a trade can be worked out and have been holding firm on their asking price of a first-round pick. The Lakers are reportedly the favorites to sign him, if and when he gets a buyout from Memphis, but a few teams in the Western Conference are interested as well. Iguodala is a risky stash in deeper leagues but he could be well worth the wait as a steals and assists specialist should he be given starter's minutes.

    Source: Heavy.com

  • Ian Mahinmi
    C, Washington Wizards

    Ian Mahinmi has been playing 4-on-4 basketball in recent days, as he is getting closer to a return.

    Mahimni was given a six week timeline at the beginning of October so he seems to be right on track for a return in the next week or so. The Wizards have been using Mo Wagner as the backup center and it’s unlikely that Mahinmi gets much, if any, playing time with a Wizards team that is focused on developing their youth.

    Source: Candace Parker on Twitter

  • Jaren Jackson Jr.
    PF, Memphis Grizzlies

    Jaren Jackson Jr. needed just three games to flip the script about a possible sophomore slump into a narrative about his improving all-around game.

    Jackson’s offensive outburst on Monday, where he scored 24 points, followed a stretch of three games where he totaled just 14 points on 5-of-20 shooting amid mounting frustration over issues with foul trouble. JJJ had a series of discussions with coach Taylor Jenkins and the latter encouraged him to stay focused on the important things, his daily work habits. The 20-year-old appears to be finding a balance between lingering on the perimeter and attacking the basket in Jenkins’ up-tempo system while the buy-low window for him is probably closed.

    Source: Memphis Commercial Appeal

  • Anthony Davis
    PF-C, Los Angeles Lakers

    Brad Turner of the LA Times is reporting that all signs point to the Lakers holding out Anthony Davis for Wednesday night’s game against the Warriors.

    His X-rays on his ribs were negative, but AD has also been dealing with a shoulder issue since the beginning of the season. It makes sense for the Lakers to rest him against the lowly Warriors after a tough game against the Suns last night. The good news is that there doesn’t seem to be any long-term concern here and Davis will just be getting the night off after grinding it out and having played in every contest to this point.

    Source: Brad Turner on Twitter

  • Donovan Mitchell
    SG, Utah Jazz

    Donovan Mitchell had a game-high 30 points (13-for-26 FGs, 4-for-4 FTs) in a home win on Tuesday, adding six boards, two dimes and a steal in 38 minutes.

    Mitchell is looking great so far this season. The main improvement in his stats is in his field goal percentage. If he can keep that up, Mitchell should be able to return top-25 value.