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  • HOU Center #28
    Alperen Sengun (low back pain) is questionable for Monday’s game against the Knicks.
    Sengun was held out of Saturday’s loss to the Hawks, which led to the Rockets going small and inserting Jeff Green into the starting lineup. Uncle Jeff likely remains in that role if Sengun cannot play on Monday, but he would be a risky streaming play, even in deep leagues.
  • LAL Small Forward #5
    Cam Reddish (right ankle sprain) is questionable for Sunday’s game against Phoenix.
    Reddish has been sidelined since January 23, with his minutes being absorbed by Max Christie (and, more recently, Spencer Dinwiddie). He didn’t offer much fantasy value when healthy, and that was before the Dinwiddie signing, so fantasy managers can afford to leave Reddish on the waiver wire.
  • NYK Point Guard #2
    Miles McBride (illness) is available for Saturday’s game against the Celtics.
    Added to the injury report early Saturday afternoon, McBride has been cleared to play against the Celtics. With starting point guard Jalen Brunson being healthy, McBride’s fantasy value is limited, and he should not be rostered in most leagues.
  • DET Shooting Guard #24
    Quentin Grimes (right knee sprain) is available for Sunday’s game against the Magic.
    Grimes is set to make his Pistons debut, but his minutes will be restricted. Between that and the inconsistency of the Pistons’ bench rotation, fantasy managers should take a “wait and see” approach with Grimes in his first few games.
  • NOP Power Forward #1
    Zion Williamson (left foot contusion) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Bulls.
    Williamson was listed as questionable ahead of Friday’s loss to the Heat, a game he would ultimately play 35 minutes in. And he could be of higher importance on Sunday, as the Pelicans are without CJ McCollum (ankle) and could also be without backup point guard Jose Alvarado. Alvarado was ejected for his role in a fourth-quarter altercation, and a suspension would leave the Pelicans light on playmakers.
  • NOP Small Forward #14
    Brandon Ingram (illness) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Bulls.
    Ingram was questionable ahead of Friday’s loss to the Heat, the second game he missed in as many nights. Trey Murphy III will remain in the starting lineup if Ingram is not cleared to play against the Bulls.
  • NOP Shooting Guard #3
    CJ McCollum (left ankle sprain) has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Bulls.
    McCollum injured his ankle during the first half of Friday’s loss to the Heat. While Jose Alvarado replaced him in the lineup to begin the third quarter, Alvarado was ejected due to his involvement in a fourth-quarter altercation. Brandon Ingram (illness) and Zion Williamson (foot) can take on some of the playmaking responsibilities if Alvarado is suspended, but both are questionable on the initial injury report.
  • PHI Small Forward #1
    KJ Martin (right ankle impingement) is no longer on the injury report for Sunday’s game against the Bucks.
    Martin was initially probable for Sunday’s game, so the status upgrade was expected. While he will be in the rotation, Martin hasn’t done enough to merit being rostered in most fantasy leagues.
  • DET Point Guard #25
    Marcus Sasser (right knee soreness) is questionable for Saturday’s game against the Magic.
    Sasser is a late addition to the injury report, which is not a good sign regarding his availability for Saturday’s game. While the rookie guard has performed well in spots this season, the inconsistent nature of Monty Williams’ rotation has made it challenging to trust Sasser fully in fantasy leagues. Shake Milton and Malachi Flynn are among those who would absorb Sasser’s minutes if he cannot play.
  • ATL Point Guard #11
    Trae Young (left fifth finger injury) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Magic.
    The good news is that Young is a right-handed shooter, but there’s still a need to have a functional off-hand. Should he not be able to play on Sunday, Dejounte Murray would be the lone point guard in the starting lineup, with Bogdan Bogdanovic sliding into the starting lineup. Both are already rostered in a high percentage of fantasy leagues, and there isn’t a worthwhile add behind Murray or Bogdanovic.
  • WAS Small Forward #8
    Deni Avdija (left heel contusion) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Cavaliers.
    Avdija was held out of Friday’s loss to the Thunder, with Landry Shamet replacing him in the starting lineup. Shamet offered little production in that role and would not be worth streaming if Avdija remains sidelined.