March 17, 2016, 10:45 pm
Taj Gibson (hamstring) returned to action in Thursday’s win over the Nets, scoring 12 points on 6-of-10 shooting with six rebounds, two assists, one steal and two blocks over 27 minutes of action.
Gibson checked all the boxes tonight. He was able to play lower minutes due to the score, he produced and we didn’t hear anything too bad about his health in the postgame reports. He’s a must-start player at this rate in weekly leagues but daily owners might want to hedge if pregame reports get too bad, even though he was able to perform under what would be considered bad circumstances tonight.
Dwight HowardC, Los Angeles Lakers
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Luc Mbah a MouteSF, Houston Rockets
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Dwight PowellPF, Dallas Mavericks
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Jaren Jackson Jr.PF, Memphis Grizzlies
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Thomas BryantC, Washington Wizards
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Caleb SwaniganPF, Portland Trail Blazers
Blazers forward, Caleb Swanigan, has opted out of the resumption of the NBA season in Orlando.
Source: NBC Sports Northwest
Thabo SefoloshaSF, Houston Rockets
Thabo Sefolosha will not participate in Orlando when the league resumes.
Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter
Jusuf NurkicC, Portland Trail Blazers
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Marvin Bagley IIIPF, Sacramento Kings
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July 1, 2020, 3:16 pmNikola JokicC, Denver Nuggets
Nuggets coach Mike Malone said that Nikola Jokic "feels great" after suffering from the coronavirus and is expected to join the team in Orlando.
It was reported in late June that Jokic tested positive for COVID-19. However, he was said to be feeling fine and could potentially play in games when they resume. The center has averaged 20.2 points, 10.2 rebounds, 6.9 assists, and 1.2 steals in 2019-20. Jerami Grant and Mason Plumlee would see more playing time if Jokic is held out of action.
Source: Mark Medina on Twitter