In his return from a quadriceps injury Isaiah Thomas scored 14 points Sunday.
After missing 10 games due to a quadriceps injury, Thomas was able to return to the court before the conclusion of the regular season and play 30 minutes despite the long layoff. Thomas solidified himself as a top fantasy option at the point guard position once inserted in the Kings starting lineup and his draft position will increase significantly looking ahead to next season. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Marqise Lee is not practicing Thursday.
Lee missed practice Wednesday and now Thursday with the same ol' hamstring problem he's been dealing with for some time. He can be an incredible talent but he just can't stay healthy. With Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson available, the Jags can afford to wait on him, but fantasy owners should probably move on from him. Analysis: Howard Bender
Sean Lee (concussion) is at practice Thursday.
While Lee was on the field and stretching with his teammates, he still has not been given the green light by the league's concussion protocol. He will be limited to individual work on the sidelines if he doesn't receive clearance and his status for Week 5 remains in question. Analysis: Howard Bender