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  • BOS Center #42
    Al Horford (left big toe sprain) and Xavier Tillman (left knee soreness) are not on the injury report ahead of Thursday’s matchup with Chicago.
    Horford got the night off for the second leg of a back-to-back during their final game before the All-Star break. However, he will be back to fill out the sixth man role in this game. Tillman will be available to play for his new team for the first time, but it is unclear how large of a role he will play in this game.
  • LAC Center #40
    Ivica Zubac registered 20 points (10-of-17 FGs) with 15 rebounds, one assist, one steal, and a block.
    Zubac was dominant in the painted area as a scorer and rebounder. Dallas had no answer for the big man and he has a chance to consistently cause problems for the Mavericks’ frontcourt.
  • LAC Point Guard #1
    James Harden scored a team-high 28 points (8-of-17 FGs) with two rebounds, eight assists, two blocks, and a pair of 3-pointers.
    Harden set the tone for the Clippers on offense as a scorer and playmaker and led his team in points and assists. He appears poised to assume more of a leadership role while Kawhi Leonard is out.
  • LAL Small Forward #23
    LeBron James (left ankle peroneal tendinopathy) and Anthony Davis (low back soreness) are probable for Monday’s game against the Nuggets.
    Given the stakes, James and Davis will be available for Monday’s Game 2. They’re still showing up on the injury report, more so because the Lakers need to cover themselves regarding league injury reporting news than anything else. The Lakers will look to even the series at one win apiece on Monday before the scene shifts to Los Angeles for Game 3.
  • LAL Small Forward #5
    Cam Reddish (right ankle sprain) is out for Monday’s Game 2 against the Nuggets.
    Reddish remains sidelined for another game, and his absence will not significantly impact the Lakers’ rotation. Starters D’Angelo Russell and Austin Reaves will play most of the minutes on the perimeter, with reserves Spencer Dinwiddie and Gabe Vincent combining to log 21 minutes in Saturday’s Game 1 defeat.
  • DAL Point Guard #11
    Kyrie Irving racked up 31 points (10-of-18 FGs and 8-of-9 from the free throw line) alongside seven rebounds, four assists, two steals, and three 3-pointers.
    Irving only trailed Luka Doncic in points in Game 1. The Mavericks’ dynamic duo thrived but lacked support because of underwhelming performances from role players. Both stars should take on heavy workloads moving forward.
  • DAL Point Guard #77
    Luka Doncic scored a game-high 33 points (11-of-26 FGs and 7-of-8 from the free throw line) to go along with 13 rebounds, six assists, and a steal. He sank four 3-pointers.
    Doncic struggled to score early on but picked things up when the Mavericks made a second-half run. His team’s shooting woes impacted his assist numbers against the Kawhi Leonard-less Clippers, but he was the most productive player on the court.
  • 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.