C.J. Miles

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  • Kyle Anderson
    F, Memphis Grizzlies

    Kyle Anderson (right shoulder soreness) will have another medical consultation next week and remains without a timetable to return.

    This is at least the third consultation he’s gotten so far so it looks like there’s some uncertainty as to his injury or how to proceed with rehab. Justin Holiday, C.J. Miles, Bruno Caboclo and Chandler Parson will divvy up his minutes.

    Source: Chris Herrington on Twitter

  • Danny Green
    G/F, Toronto Raptors

    Danny Green (rest) will start on Friday vs. the Nets.

    Green missed Toronto’s last game to rest but will be back out there tonight so you can deploy him as you normally would as a safe, low-end 9-cat asset. C.J. Miles (hip soreness) will also be available off he bench.

    Source: Eric Koreen on Twitter

  • Danny Green
    G/F, Toronto Raptors

    Danny Green (knee) will not play on Friday vs. the Cavs.

    Green is a little banged up overall including a knee bruise. The Raptors shouldn’t need him vs. the Cavs so he’ll get the night off. Green’s absence means more OG Anunoby, Norman Powell and C.J. Miles.

    Source: Blake Murphy on Twitter

  • OG Anunoby
    F, Toronto Raptors

    OG Anunoby (sore right wrist) will play on Friday against the Wizards.

    Anunoby had a small wrap on his wrist for warmups and he should be getting lots of run with Toronto so short on wing depth. He’s less desirable as a season-long play as he has just top-220 value in 9-cat on the season. C.J. Miles will also be playing in this one.

    Source: Blake Murphy on Twitter

  • LaMelo Ball
    , College

    ESPN’s Zach Lowe reported that the NBA released a memo stating that “eligibility rules” for the draft may change as early as 2021 as the league studies issues “related to player development and the corruption investigation in college basketball.”

    While Lowe noted that the memo didn’t mention one-and-done rule by name, its intended purpose was to alert teams that the league and the players union might “scrap the one-and-done before the expiration of the current collective bargaining deal in 2024 — and perhaps well before then, sources say.” Lowe went on to speculate that the if such a decision were to be made, it could create an extremely loaded draft class in its first year as both college freshman and high school seniors would be eligible to participate in the draft. Considering the recent scandals the NCAA has had regarding improper payments to recruits, there is a very strong possibility the league and the players union agree to scrap the one-and-done rule as early as 2021 or 2022. The NBA last permitted players to be drafted directly out of high school in 2005; Gerald Green, C.J. Miles and Amir Johnson are the remaining high school players from that draft to still be active in the league.

    Source: ESPN

  • Pascal Siakam
    F, Toronto Raptors

    Pascal Siakam scored 11 points (5-of-6 from the field) and added nine boards, two blocks and a steal in Friday’s series-clinching win over the Wizards.

    Toronto’s bench was key in this Game 6 win, wearing down and eventually overwhelming a depleted Wizards squad. Charles Barkley calls them the best bench in the NBA and they had their best game of the playoffs so far with 34 points. Jakob Poeltl added seven points and seven boards, C.J. Miles had seven points (one 3), Fred VanVleet got five points (one 3), four dimes and four boards, and Delon Wright maintained his typical defensive excellence with four steals and a block in addition to his four points.

  • Fred VanVleet
    PG, Toronto Raptors

    Fred VanVleet is questionable for for Saturday’s Game 1 vs. the Wizards.

    VanVleet’s been a bit banged up these last few weeks but hopefully he can get out there as he’s a true gamer and we love watching him play. For any game he can’t go, Delon Wright and C.J. Miles look to get most of the backcourt production off the bench.

    Source: https://twitter.com/JLew1050/status/984858075155914752

  • C.J. Miles
    SF, Toronto Raptors

    C.J. Miles logged 25 minutes off the bench in Wednesday's season finale against the Heat, scoring seven points on 3-of-11 shooting (including a three) with two rebounds, one assist and one block.

    Miles played in 70 games and brought his usual mix of 3-point shooting and a smattering of other stats. He averaged 10.0 points with 2.3 triples, 2.2 boards, 0.5 steals and 0.3 blocks while hitting just 38.0 percent from the field in 19.1 mpg, which brought back top 210-240 value (9/8 cat) when on the floor.

  • C.J. Miles
    SG/SF, Toronto Raptors

    C.J. Miles led the Raptors on Sunday with 22 points against the Magic by hitting five triples with three boards and two assists.

    Miles could be an interesting play in DFS next week if the Raptors continue to rest DeRozan and their other starters as he's able to fill it up in limited minutes. The Raptors play their next two games on the road and will be looking to get healthy as they head into the playoffs.

  • C.J. Miles
    SF, Toronto Raptors

    C.J. Miles will return from a two-game absence on Sunday when the Raptors face the Clippers.

    Miles was sidelined with gastroenteritis and is safe to use as a 3-point specialist going forward. The Raptors could’ve used his shooting in Wednesday’s thriller against the Cavs, but what’s done is done. Toronto only has two games next week, so most owners should be able to find better options on the wire. This’ll hurt Norman Powell’s stock considerably, not that it was all that great to begin with.

    Source: Eric Koreen on Twitter

  • C.J. Miles
    SG/SF, Toronto Raptors

    C.J. Miles (gastroenteritis) practiced on Saturday and is probable to play against the Clippers on Sunday.

    Miles has supplied a steady dose of triples this year with 2.5 per game over 18.9 minutes, splitting small forward minutes with OG Anunoby, but the emergence of Fred VanVleet may limit Miles’ role going forward. VanVleet has played 30.7 minutes over his last two games, pushing DeMar DeRozan to small forward. Anunoby only played 13 minutes himself last game so we will see where Miles fits in.

    Source: Josh Lewenberg on Twitter

  • C.J. Miles
    SG/SF, Toronto Raptors

    C.J Miles (illness) will miss Friday’s game vs. the Nets.

    The Raptors won’t need C.J. Kilometers against the lowly Nets, so he’ll get another few days to recover. Fred VanVleet and Delon Wright will continue to get the bulk of backup guard minutes off the bench and both are worth streaming. 

    Source: Eric Smith on Twitter

  • C.J. Miles
    SF, Toronto Raptors

    C.J. Miles is questionable to face the Nets on Friday as he’s dealing with gastroenteritis.

    The Raptors seem likely to hold Miles out tonight considering they should be able to handle the Nets without him. If he didn’t play against the Cavs and he’s still not healthy, it doesn’t make sense to push him for this one. Norman Powell and Malcolm Miller stand to benefit the most here but are not fantasy options.

    Source: Josh Lewenberg on Twitter

  • C.J. Miles
    SF, Toronto Raptors

    C.J. Miles is listed as questionable Friday vs. the Nets with an illness.

    Miles has fallen off over the past few weeks and has been outside top-200 value the past two weeks. If you desperately need 3-pointers he’s still a good option in that department, but that is about it right now. His status should be updated tomorrow after shootaround.

    Source: Raptors Game Notes