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  • PHI Shooting Guard #8
    De’Anthony Melton (back injury recovery) has been ruled out for the 76ers Game 2 matchup against the Knicks on Monday.
    Melton is set to kick off a new week by missing his fourth consecutive contest. The 76ers guard has played sparingly in 2024 and his absence won’t affect Philadelphia’s current rotation.
  • PHI Center #21
    Joel Embiid (left knee injury recovery) is listed as questionable for the 76ers’ Monday matchup with the Knicks.
    Embiid’s nagging knee injury has his status for Game 2 up in the air. He’s posted strong stat lines despite discomfort so far and it appears like he’ll be able to do so again after the weekend after getting more rest.
  • CLE Point Guard #9
    Craig Porter Jr. (left ankle sprain) has been ruled out for the Cavaliers’ Monday meeting with the Magic.
    Craig Porter Jr. is set to miss Cleveland’s second playoff game of the year. The reserve guard isn’t likely to play a significant role when he’s healthy, though.
  • MIA Point Guard #4
    Delon Wright scored 17 points (6-of-7 FGs) alongside one rebound, two assists, two steals, and two 3-pointers in the Heat’s loss to the Celtics on Sunday.
    Wright led all bench scorers with 17 points and sank all five of his attempts from deep. The shorthanded Heat are likely to lean on him more moving forward.
  • MIA Center #13
    Bam Adebayo totaled 24 points (10-of-18 shooting) to go along with six rebounds and three assists.
    Adebayo had a successful scoring night and led all players in points, but surprisingly didn’t record any blocks or steals in the contest despite being Miami’s defensive anchor. Whether he’ll make his presence felt moving forward remains to be seen.
  • BOS Point Guard #9
    Derrick White scored 20 points (6-of-10 FGs) in the Celtics’ Sunday win against the Heat. He also tallied three rebounds, four assists, and a block. White made four 3-pointers.
    Boston shared the sugar in Game 1 and White was surprisingly only second to Jayson Tatum in points among Celtics. All their starters are showing that they’re threats to explode on any given night.
  • BOS Small Forward #0
    Jayson Tatum shot 7-of-18 from the field and a perfect 8-of-8 from the foul line. He totaled 23 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, two steals and made one 3-pointer.
    Tatum didn’t shoot particularly well from the field or beyond the arc but did a little bit of everything to stuff the stat sheet. He led all Celtics in points, rebounds, and assists.
  • DAL Shooting Guard #10
    Tim Hardaway Jr. is listed as active for the Mavericks’ Sunday matchup with the Clippers.
    Hardaway was initially questionable because of an illness but appears to have cleared it ahead of his team’s first game of the playoffs. It’s unclear whether he’ll be asked to take on his usual workload, but Dante Exum and Josh Green will play more than usual if he’s limited.
  • LAC Small Forward #2
    Kawhi Leonard (right knee soreness) has been ruled out for Game 1 against Dallas on Sunday.
    Recent reports indicated that this would likely be the case, and now Kawhi has officially been ruled out for this game. P.J. Tucker was the most recent starter in his place, though Norman Powell will certainly take on an extended role with Leonard on the sidelines. It is unclear if Kawhi will be able to play in Game 2.
  • LAL Power Forward #35
    Christian Wood (left knee surgery) is planning to return for Game 3 against Denver on Thursday.
    Wood had an arthroscopic procedure in the middle of March on his left knee and has been sidelined since then. He will be out for Game 2 on Monday, but he is expected to be back in the lineup when the series shifts to Los Angeles. He may fill some of the backup center minutes, but he didn’t do much in either of his appearances against Denver this season.