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Probable Nicolas Batum CHA, Probable Open link
Batum is probable for Wednesday's game (gastroenteritis). He was sick on Tuesday but participated in today's shootaround.
Questionable Matthew Dellavedova CLE, Questionable Open link
Dellavedova is questionable for Wednesday's game (calf).
Probable Mo Williams CLE, Probable Open link
Williams missed the past 3 games and is probable Wednesday (sore leg). He says he will be returning tonight.
Questionable Patrick Beverley HOU, Questionable Open link
Beverley missed the past 5 games and is questionable Wednesday (ankle sprain). Initially, his minutes will be limited. Beverley's return is more bad news for Lawson who lost his starting job and will now compete for backup minutes.
Questionable Nik Stauskas PHI, Questionable Open link
Stauskas is questionable for Wednesday's game (left knee contusion). He left Monday's game with a sore knee, and Tuesday's MRI result were negative. Robert Covington and Hollis Thompson received extra minutes in his absence.

John, Paul George, and Ringo

November 25, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

So, apparently Paul George came back being a significantly better player than he was before the injury and is a freak of medical nature. He dominated the Wizards and is thriving playing the four this season.


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Walker, Charlotte Ranger

November 24, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

Kemba Walker showed us what sort of point guard we could have on our hands if he learned how to shoot. Judging by what we've seen this season, maybe he has?


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It's Good To Have AD Back

November 23, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

So, Anthony Davis is back. The injury risk is a legitimate concern, but it's hard to complain when he turns in performances like he did Sunday.


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Week 5 Schedule Analysis

November 22, 2015 by Matt Smith

16 teams have four games this week giving weekly owners plenty of tough start/sit decisions. Of the teams with four games the Timberwolves, Bucks, Celtics and Cavaliers have the more fantasy friendly schedules, while the Suns and Hawks have the least. I’m not suggesting to start Michael Car...

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Kristaps It

November 22, 2015 by Josh Lloyd

All hail Kristaps Porzingis. I thought he would be good, but not this good, and not this soon. Porzingis eviscerated the Rockets in a big win for the Knicks, with Carmelo Anthony limited by foul trouble, in his best game of his career.


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Jusuf Nurkic- Been available for a week or two in my 12 team h2h league. Based on fg% and to punt, I would interested in picking up nurkic but I would have to drop terrence jones. If i'm not benefiting from jones fg%, is nurkic worth the pickup when he gets closer to returning or is his current projection shaky due to jokic and lauvergne role in rotation? [hsahardid]

Kobe Bryant- There were 3 shots in a row last night where he air balled twice and planted one between the backboard and rim all within 3 minutes. You could clearly see that he wants to be the same old Kobe and it's not there. [mcoleman]
100% agree

Kobe Bryant- Nope... Only going to get worse. Watching their games is absolute torture. I'm a Kobe fan, but he's horribly stunting the development of the young guys while he has carte blanche to shoot fadeaways at will over 5 defenders. [EnderDantes]

Will Barton- Woofie, I watched the game. It seemed like his role was to guard Jamaal Crawford, and he didn't look great doing it. Missed a few open looks....he'll be OK. [mcoleman]

Aaron Gordon- Should i trade my cj miles for him? He might be starting soon [Ninoskorkis]
50% agree

Wesley Johnson- 25 min in his first start though--and was also limited to 25 because of foul trouble [sif2988]

Kobe Bryant- having watched Kobe's entire career, even as a "hater" it's hard to imagine his FG% be worse than Iverson's... He will rebound, right? [#55137]

Al-Farouq Aminu- this guy, Aminu gets an interesting blend of stats, and, more importantly, is getting a ton of minutes. I think above 31 in almost every game. I mean maybe you could match his value streaming in a 10 person league, but I would try to trade him first. He is a decent asset [darthfoz]
100% agree

Wesley Johnson- sif, don't waste your time. he only gets 15min/game and even if he gets 20 i can't see him being relevant in even really deep leagues [darthfoz]

Al-Farouq Aminu- Hovering around a 100 rank, I'm thinking of dropping for a streamer in 10team. Thoughts? [thisguy]
0% agree

Wesley Johnson- Been a BBM fave in past years. Now a starter. Seems like a good pickup, no? [sif2988]
0% agree

Serge Ibaka- Alnychay2, I don't think there is any reason to not buy low on him if you can. All of his per/36 numbers are in line with the past, the issue is really his %s. Maybe now with increased 3s for 2nd year in a row he doesn't touch 50% FG, but his FT has improved almost every year and once that bounces back to 80% he should be returning really close to his projection [darthfoz]
100% agree

CJ Miles- points and minutes need a bump here [gameover]

Kobe Bryant- With me puntin FG% he cracks a top 50 player for me...But should I still drop him for the next hot agent? [LGLP86]
100% agree

Serge Ibaka- Any OKC fans know what is going on with Serge? I want to buy low on him but man he has been off this year. [alnychay2]