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  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis will sit out of Wednesday's game vs. the Heat as he continues to nurse a sprained left ankle.

    Davis has averaged a career-low 10.7 minutes across 25 games this season and has not produced fantasy value in those opportunities. He can be ignored from a fantasy perspective.

    Source: Ira Winderman on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis (left ankle sprain) is doubtful to play during Wednesday's game.

    Davis was already dealing with back spasms, but those weren't expected to keep him out until this news hit. He is not especially relevant in fantasy.

    Source: Utah Jazz on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis (back spasms) is being listed as probable to play against the Heat on Wednesday.

    Davis can grab rebounds and get the occasional defensive stat, but he doesn't see enough time to warrant consideration in fantasy circles.

    Source: Tony Jones on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis (back spasms) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Mavs.

    Davis has fought through injuries for much of the season, barely playing. So it's business as usual with him out of action again tonight.

    Source: Utah Jazz on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis (back spasms) is questionable to play on Monday.

    Davis has missed the last two games but has also been a non-factor in Utah's rotation this year, so he's not a fantasy option in any format.

    Source: Utah Jazz on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis (back spasms) will not play on Sunday.

    Davis is averaging only 10.3 mpg on the season and looks to have fallen behind Tony Bradley on the depth chart. He's only a Rudy Gobert handcuff in extremely deep leagues.

    Source: Utah Jazz on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis (back spasms) has been ruled out for Friday's game with the Grizzlies.

    At least his leg isn't hampering him. There's too many guys in front of him for him to really be a consideration for fantasy purposes.

    Source: Cleon Wall on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis (fibula fracture) will play on Friday vs. the Grizzlies.

    Davis can produce a lot in limited minutes, which is likely to be the case in the early going. He will be a rebound specialist for deep-leagues without too much time passing, but he will not be a standard league asset, barring injuries, this season.

    Source: Andy Larsen on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis (fibula fracture) is questionable for Friday's game.

    Davis sustained the injury at the end of October and this upgrade matches his initial four-week prognosis. We would imagine that Davis returns on some sort of minutes restriction, but the deep-league rebounding specialist should become an option sometime in the next week or so.

    Source: Utah Jazz on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis (fractured fibula) was able to do some "light work" at Monday's shootaround.

    Davis was taking some set shots and agility work. He's been out for the last three weeks and should go for a re-evaluation early next week or on the weekend. Deep-league managers are hoping for positive news on the rebounding specialist.

    Source: Tony Jones on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Ed Davis suffered a fractured fibula on November 1 and will be re-evaluated after four weeks.

    Davis was not on fantasy radars, but his absence should mean extra minutes for Royce O'Neale and possibly Tony Bradley.

    Source: Chris Haynes on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Tony Jones reported on Twitter on Friday night that Ed Davis suffered a lower leg contusion in Friday's game and will not return.

    Davis only recorded one rebound in eight minutes before suffering the injury and prematurely ending his night.

    Source: Tony Jones on Twitter

  • Tony Bradley
    C, Utah Jazz

    With Rudy Gobert missing Wednesday's game for rest, Tony Bradley put up a good effort off the bench with 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting along with 10 rebounds.

    Bradley failed to block a shot in his 22 minutes on the floor, but the dub-dub was a welcome sight to behold coming from the second-year player. He's more of a dynasty stash while Gobert is healthy. That said, he did show up Ed Davis, who started and chipped in just two points and seven boards in 14 minutes on the night.

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    This looks to be nothing more than a routine preseason rest day for Gobert on Wednesday night but it does indicate Davis is the first big off the bench for Utah.

    Davis can provide some value as a rebound streamer during the season, but in general won't factor into season lineups unless Gobert gets hurt.

    Source: Eric Walden on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Even with training camp just beginning, Ed Davis has already drawn praise from his teammates and coaches due to his focus and his work ethic.

    Davis was brought in to back up Rudy Gobert and he will replace Derrick Favors as a defensive-minded center for when the two-time Defensive Player of the Year heads to the bench. Last season, while with the Nets, teams shot 3.8 percent fewer shots at the rim when Davis was in the game (second in the league only to Gobert), while he was one of the best rebounders in the NBA, averaging 8.6 boards per game in just 17.9 minutes. His intangibles though is what make him such an important piece and Jazz fans should be excited to see the big man fit in with the Jazz culture.

    Source: KSL.com