DFS NBA Rankings:  January 20 Cover Image
DFS NBA Rankings: January 20
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Tony Parker Headshot

Tony Parker (foot) is probable for Saturday's game.

The ankle/foot is the reason he missed last game, but he should be good to go tomorrow. Parker is only worth owning in deep leagues. He has been on a decline for 4 years now, and is progressively putting up less numbers and playing less minutes.
4 minutes ago
Jordy Nelson Headshot

Jordy Nelson (ribs) won't practice Friday.

He practiced yesterday in limited form with no pads, but will be a full miss today. He is currently listed as questionable for the NFC Championship and it would be a huge loss to the Packers offense if he is unable to suit up for the game.
12 minutes ago
Rodney Stuckey Headshot

Rodney Stuckey (hamstring) will remain out Friday.

This will be the 11th straight game missed for Stuckey, who has missed the majority of the games this season due to injury. He is not worth holding onto in fantasy, and anyone still doing so should dump him.
13 minutes ago
Tyson Ross Headshot

Tyson Ross (shoulder) is expected to make his season debut in June.

Ross was great for the Padres for 3 seasons between 2013-2015 but he suffered an injury in his only start of 2016. Shoulder injuries are tough to come back from. The Rangers are hopeful he will be able to overcome the injury and return to form.
19 minutes ago
D.J. Reader Headshot

D.J. Reader is expected to be the starting nickel tackle in Houston next season in place of Vince Wilfork.

Reader was a rookie out of Clemson this past season and had just 1 sack. The Texans feel confident that he will be able to leap into a starting role and produce.
36 minutes ago
Charles Johnson Headshot

Charles Johnson wants to re-sign with Carolina this offseason.

Johnson will be heading into his age 31 season, and while he is not the player he once was between 2010-2014, he is still a solid player for a team. The Panthers will likely re-sign him if his asking price is reasonable.
45 minutes ago
Paxton Lynch Headshot

Paxton Lynch to be given a chance to win the starting job in Denver next training camp.

Trevor Siemian was the starting QB for the Broncos this past season. While he wasn't bad (18 TDs 10 INTs) he wasn't able to lead the Broncos to the playoffs despite a top-5 defense. His upside is pretty low and he does not have the ability to be a play-maker. Lynch on the other hand is raw with talent upside. It will be an interesting battle.
1 hour ago
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