Melvin Frazier Jr.

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  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    SF, Orlando Magic

    Melvin Frazier (personal) will not play on Friday.

    Frazier was recently dealing with a left shoulder contusion but is healthy. He's only appeared in one game so far this season and isn't on the fantasy radar.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    SF, Orlando Magic

    Melvin Frazier (left shoulder contusion) is questionable for Tuesday's game against the Thunder.

    Frazier isn't in Orlando's rotation anyway so this news has no impact on fantasy leagues.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    G/F, Orlando Magic

    Melvin Frazier Jr. had surgery on Thursday to repair a stress fracture in his right tibia after the injury was diagnosed in late May.

    Melvin Frazier Jr. only played in 10 games for the Magic in his first season as he spent much of his time in the G-League. He doesn't currently have an impact on the fantasy landscape but has the potential to become a wing player with 3-and-D potential.

    Source: Josh Robbins on Twitter

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    G/F, Orlando Magic

    The Magic have assigned Melvin Frazier Jr. to their G-League affiliate.

    Playoffs have begun for the G-League and Frazier Jr. is expected the play tonight for the Lakeland Magic. There is no fantasy impact and Frazier does not need to be on the radar.

    Source: Magic PR on Twitter

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    G/F, Orlando Magic

    Melvin Frazier has been recalled from the G-League and is available for Saturday's game against the Pacers.

    An intriguing second-round rookie with 3-and-D potential, Frazier does not carry any fantasy value.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    G/F, Orlando Magic

    The Magic have assigned Melvin Frazier Jr. to the Lakeland Magic.

    Frazier is not on the fantasy radar in any leagues. The 3-and-D player will bounce back and forth from the NBA to the G-League.

    Source: Magic PR on Twitter

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    G/F, Orlando Magic

    Melvin Frazier Jr. was sent back to the Lakeland Magic on Thursday.

    We can move on from this news quickly since Frazier isn't fantasy relevant at any league in this point of the season.

    Source: Orlando Magic PR on Twitter

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    G/F, Orlando Magic

    Melvin Frazier Jr. was sent to the Lakeland Magic of the G-League on Friday.

    This is a standard move for the Magic. Frazier isn't fantasy relevant at this point.

    Source: Magic PR on Twitter

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    G/F, Orlando Magic

    The Magic have recalled Melvin Frazier III from the G-League on Thursday.

    Frazier was regarded as a good late-first round or second round pick in June's draft, but he is unlikely to see real playing time this season. He's got 3-and-D ability if injuries force him onto the court, but he's not on the fantasy radar right now.

    Source: Orlando Magic PR on Twitter

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    G/F, Orlando Magic

    Melvin Frazier (personal) has been ruled out on Wednesday.

    Frazier isn't in the rotation and there's no fantasy impact from his presence or absence.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Jonathon Simmons
    F, Orlando Magic

    Jonathon Simmons (right wrist contusion) will not play on Friday against the Clippers.

    A Magic official mentioned that this injury is not related to the wrist surgery he had over the summer so that’s good news. Melvin Frazier Jr. will be activated for this game but it’ll probably be Terrence Ross as the main beneficiary of the bench. Ross’s top-130 value on the year is better for deeper leagues but can be used as a stream for 3s and steals if you can handle his 38.1 percent shooting from the field.

    Source: Josh Robbins on Twitter

  • Melvin Frazier Jr.
    SF, Orlando Magic

    The Magic signed Melvin Frazier Jr. to a rookie contract on Friday.

    Frazier Jr. is stuck behind Jonathan Isaac and Aaron Gordon at the very least going into the season. Being a potential role player option on a bad team isn't a very tantalizing fantasy option but if we see the injury concerns we have seen from guys like Gordon and Evan Fournier this past year, Frazier could find a nice role for late relevance in very deep leagues.

    Source: John Denton on Twitter