Joe Harris Headshot

Harris (shoulder) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against Atlanta, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.

Added 5:29 pm (EST)
A left shoulder sprain continues to sideline Harris, who has missed nearly a calendar month. It's unclear if he's nearing a return, as the Nets haven't said much about the situation, though the team continues to evaluate Harris' status on a game-to-game basis.
Sean Kilpatrick Headshot

Kilpatrick (hamstring) will not play Sunday against Atlanta, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.

Added 5:25 pm (EST)
Kilpatrick will miss a seventh straight game as he continues to battle a sore left hamstring. The Nets are considering the Cincinnati product questionable on a game-to-game basis, and his next opportunity to play will come Tuesday against the 76ers. Brooklyn will also be without Joe Harris (shoulder) on Sunday.
Paul Millsap Headshot

Millsap (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Nets, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

Added 5:06 pm (EST)
The Hawks had hoped to have Millsap back Sunday, but the All-Star will miss his fifth consecutive game while battling a sore left knee. Expect Ersan Ilyasova to make a fifth straight start in Millsap's place with the Hawks looking to snap a six-game skid.
Boris Diaw Headshot

Diaw will get the start Saturday against the Clippers.

Added 3:16 pm (EST)
The Jazz have tried a few different options in the absence of Derrick Favors (knee), including going small with Joe Johnson starting alongside Gordon Hayward, but coach Quin Snyder will pivot to a bigger lineup to match up against the Clippers' sizable frontcourt. It will mark the second straight start for Diaw, who scored five points and grabbed one rebound in Wednesday's win over New York.
Cristiano Felicio Headshot

Felicio (back) will not play Sunday against Milwaukee, KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Added 2:46 pm (EST)
A bruised back will keep Felicio on the sidelines for the second straight game, and the fact that he's been ruled out a day in advance isn't exactly encouraging. The Bulls are evaluating the 24-year-old on a a game-to-game basis, so it's difficult to assert when, exactly, he might be cleared. That said, Chicago has three days off after Monday's contest, so a return Thursday versus Cleveland seems plausible. Regardless, expect Robin Lopez and Joffrey Lauvergne to see most of the minutes at center in Felicio's absence.
Danny Green Headshot

Green (rest) will not play Saturday against the Knicks.

Added 2:41 pm (EST)
Green will get a night off for the first time since November as the Spurs play their third game in five nights. In his absence, expect Jonathon Simmons and Manu Ginobili to pick up increased minutes at shooting guard. Look for Green to return to the lineup Monday against Cleveland.
Dion Waiters Headshot

Waiters (ankle) will not travel with the Heat for the start of their upcoming roadtrip, Shandel Richardson of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

Added 2:09 pm (EST)
Waiters continues to nurse a severely sprained left ankle, and the team has not yet provided a target return date, though Waiters, himself, has stated that he simply hopes to be back before the end of the regular season. Miami plays its next three on the road, beginning Sunday in Boston, followed by dates with the Pistons on Tuesady and Knicks on Wednesday. As of now, Waiters is expected to miss all three contests, though the Heat haven't ruled out the possibility of Waiters rejoining the team sometime next week if he makes tangible progress.
Kay Felder Headshot

Felder was recalled from the D-League on Saturday, Sam Amico of Fox Sports reports.

Added 2:06 pm (EST)
The point guard essentially fell out of the rotation prior to the trade deadline, and the team's addition of Deron Williams all but sealed his fate as a deep reserve for the rest of the season. However, the rookie has shined in the D-League, averaging 29.9 points, 6.0 assists and 3.4 rebounds in 11 games.
Hassan Whiteside Headshot

Whiteside (ankle) said he expects to play Sunday against Boston, Shandel Richardson of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

Added 2:03 pm (EST)
Whiteside sustained the injury during Thursday's loss to Toronto, but he's since downplayed the severity of the sprain, and at this point his availability doesn't look to be in much jeopardy. That said, the big man sat out practice Saturday, so it's best to wait until the team officially updates his status at Sunday's shootaround.
Ryan Anderson Headshot

Anderson (ankle) will not play Sunday against the Thunder, Calvin Watkins of ESPN reports.

Added 1:54 pm (EST)
A sprained right ankle will keep Anderson out of action for Sunday's matchup, meaning Sam Dekker and Montrezl Harrell could each pick up increased minutes up front. Anderson, who cooled off a bit in February after a strong first half, is shooting 37 percent from beyond the arc over his last 10 games. Consider him questionable to return Tuesday against the Warriors.
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