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  • DEN Center #15
    Nikola Jokic shot 13-of-23 from the field and 9-of-12 from the foul line in Saturday’s 123-117 loss to the Kings, scoring 36 points with 14 rebounds, 14 assists, two steals, one block, and one 3-pointer in 38 minutes.
    Jokic has dished out 14 assists or more in each of Denver’s last three games, racking up a total of 45 with just three turnovers. He didn’t commit a single turnover in Sacramento, where the biggest issue for the Nuggets was the 3-pointer. The champs shot 6-of-25 from distance while the Kings were 16-of-34, outscoring Denver by a 48-18 margin. That’s a lot to overcome, even with an all-time great offensive talent to run the offense through. Reggie Jackson (20/1/8/1 with two 3-pointers) and Michael Porter Jr. (13/8/2/0/2 with one 3-pointer) combined to go 3-of-11 from deep on the night. Denver plays two games in Week 7, the first scheduled for Wednesday in Los Angeles against the Clippers.
  • LAC Center #40
    Ivica Zubac (illness) is available for Sunday’s matchup with Minnesota.
    Zoob will be back in action after two games off, and his return means Daniel Theis and Mason Plumlee will no longer offer any streaming value. In Zubac’s only matchup with Minnesota this season, he posted six points, 11 rebounds and a block across 23 minutes.
  • GSW Point Guard #30
    Steph Curry (right knee bursitis) will play against the Celtics on Sunday, while Brandin Podziemski (right knee inflammation) is out.
    Podziemski’s second straight absence likely means another start for Klay Thompson, who finished Friday’s win over Toronto with 14 points and four triples on 5-of-13 shooting. Curry finished that contest with 25 points, and he’s provided 56 points and 15 triples across his last two appearances. Expect Curry to handle his usual workload in a marquee matchup between his surging Warriors and the team with the best record in the Association. Boston is riding a league-best 10-game win streak.
  • MIN Shooting Guard #5
    Anthony Edwards (left ankle soreness) and Kyle Anderson (left knee sprain) will play against the Clippers on Sunday.
    Both players will be avaulable to play after being listed as questionable. Minnesota will return to their preferred rotation in this game, with Anderson and Naz Reid both playing large roles off the bench.
  • DET Shooting Guard #24
    Quentin Grimes (right knee soreness) has been added to the injury report as questionable for Sunday’s matchup with Orlando.
    Grimes is a late addition to the injury report, and if he misses this game, Marcus Sasser and Evan Fournier will fill his minutes off the bench. Sasser is expected to be back after a four game absence and should play a large reserve role, though Monty Williams has leaned heavily on his starters recently.
  • BOS Power Forward #8
    Kristaps Porzingis has been downgraded to out for Sunday’s matchup with Golden State.
    Porzingis was initially listed as questionable, and now he has been ruled out for Sunday’s game. Al Horford will get the start at center and receive a massive fantasy boost, while Xavier Tillman will fill out the reserve post minutes.
  • PHI Small Forward #9
    Kelly Oubre Jr. (right shoulder soreness) and KJ Martin (right ankle impingement) will play against Dallas on Sunday.
    Both players missed Friday’s game against Charlotte, but they will be back in the lineup on Sunday. Kelly Oubre should replace Kyle Lowry in the starting unit, though Lowry should still play a large role off the bench with Cam Payne sidelined. Martin should see minutes as a reserve, but he won’t make much of an impact in fantasy with the frontcourt mostly healthy.
  • PHI Point Guard #22
    Cameron Payne (illness) has been downgraded to out for Sunday’s matchup with Dallas.
    Payne was a late addition to the injury report, and now he has officially been ruled out. Kyle Lowry should see a ton of minutes as the only other point guard option next to Tyrese Maxey.
  • WAS Point Guard #4
    R.J. Hampton has signed a 10-day contract with the Wizards.
    Hampton was waived by the Heat at the trade deadline, and he has been playing with the Capital City Go-Gos. He’ll get a chance to suit up for the Wizards, and he could end up making an impact during silly season. He has been disappointing through the first few years of his career, but this will be a good opportunity for him to show why he was a first round pick in 2020. He isn’t worth adding yet, but he is worth keeping tabs on.
  • PHI Point Guard #22
    Cameron Payne (illness) has been added to the injury report as questionable for Sunday’s game against Dallas.
    Payne was not on the initial injury report, but he has been added about 90 minutes before tipoff. He played the backup point guard minutes in their last game, but if he is sidelined, Tyrese Maxey and Kyle Lowry will be the only available lead ball handlers. Lowry started in place of the injured Kelly Oubre in their last game, but if Oubre is back, Lowry should still see big minutes off the bench if Payne doesn’t suit up.
  • CHA Center #4
    Nick Richards (right plantar fascia discomfort) has been added to the injury report as questionable ahead of Sunday’s matchup with Toronto.
    Richards didn’t make the initial injury report, but he is now questionable with a foot issue after going through morning shootaround. If he ends up missing this game, Marques Bolden, who they recently signed to a two-way contract, will likely have to play big minutes as the main center option. Grant Williams should also see extra minutes as a smaller center.