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Emmanuel Mudiay Headshot

Emmanuel Mudiay (back) was ruled out for Sunday's game.

Mudiay left Saturday's game with some lower back tightness and he's already been ruled out for Sunday's game. With Mudiay getting a game off Jameer Nelson, Will Barton, and Gary Harris will all likely split the majority of the minutes in the back court. There's no word on the severity of Mudiay's injury, but he'll likely be listed as day-to-day.
1 hour ago
Ryan Anderson Headshot

Ryan Anderson (illness) expected to play Monday.

Anderson's been dealing with an illness that has forced him to miss a few games since he hasn't been able to eat. If he does play Monday it might be in a limited capacity as he may not be fully recovered. Sam Dekker got the start in Anderson's place and could get the start on Monday as well. Dekker collected 30 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 steals over 35 minutes of action on Saturday.
2 hours ago
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Paul George has been ejected Saturday.

George fouled out of the game and then received a technical foul on his way out so he's been ejected and sent to the locker room. George finished with 19 points and 4 rebounds. The Pacers are currently down 14 points with 6 minutes to go so there's little upside for whoever replaces him to go off in an overtime run.
2 hours ago
D'Angelo Russell Headshot

D'Angelo Russell (knee, calf) is expected to be out 1-2 weeks.

Russell recently underwent a MRI that revealed a mild MCL sprain, a calf strain, and a bone bruise all in his right leg. Russell fell awkwardly just 70 seconds into Friday night's game and left immediately. He'll be evaluated in a week and the team will determine how to proceed from there.
2 hours ago
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Morgan Burnett (thigh) is expected to play on Sunday barring a setback.

Burnett's been battling a thigh injury all week and was Questionable, along with some of Green Bay's WR's heading in to Sunday's NFC Championship game. Burnett will look to play his part in shutting down Atlanta's high octane offense.
2 hours ago
Emmanuel Mudiay Headshot

Emmanuel Mudiay (back) left Saturday's game and won't return.

Mudiay is dealing with some lower back tightness and will not return to Saturday's game against the Clippers. Mudiay's departure opens the door for Jameer Nelson and Will Barton to pick up the extra minutes in the 2nd half.
2 hours ago
Raymond Felton Headshot

Raymond Felton starts the second half ahead of Marreese Speights

The Clippers found themselves down 14 points at halftime so they definitely needed to make some changes for the 2nd half. Speights' +/- in the first half settled at -8 so the Clippers pulled Felton off the bench and brought him back into the starting rotation. The Clippers will be without Chris Paul for quite a while and will need to make some moves to ensure their playoff run is solid.
2 hours ago
Nick Martin Headshot

Nick Martin (ankle) is expected to be ready for OTAs.

Martin, a 2nd round pick in 2016, spent his entire rookie season on IR with an ankle injury. Fortunately for him he should be ready for OTA's and possibly put in a full season of work in 2017. Martin will look to bolster an already solid offensive line for the Houston Texans.
3 hours ago
Jordy Nelson Headshot

Jordy Nelson (ribs) is expected to play on Sunday barring a setback.

Nelson, Davante Adams, and Geronimo Allison are all expected to give it a go on Sunday. In a short 2-game slate they're all on the table to be owned, but Nelson in particular comes at a risk considering he's coming back from 3 cracked ribs. Don't be surprised if he's sent out there as a decoy.
3 hours ago
Davante Adams Headshot

Davante Adams (ankle) is expected to play on Sunday barring a setback.

All the injured Green Bay WR's are expected to be available on Sunday for the NFC Championship game against Atlanta. They're all in play for DFS, but tread carefully because Nelson, Adams, and Allison are all dealing with injuries.
3 hours ago
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