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Darqueze Dennard Headshot

Dennard (knee) was a non-participant in Wednesday's practice.

The nature of Dennard's knee injury isn't certain, but it's too early in the week to believe his availability for Sunday's game against the Browns is in danger. His participation in practice Thursday and Friday will be more indicative on that front.
6:52 pm (EST)
Joffrey Lauvergne Headshot

Lauvergne re-injured his previously sprained ankle during Monday's game against the Hawks and his status is uncertain for Wednesday's game against the Pelicans, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.

Lauvergne missed a 10-game stretch earlier in the year due to an ankle sprain. After recovering, he was averaging just 7.5 minutes per game in the four contests he suited up for. So, if he's held out Wednesday, the Spurs' rotation shouldn't be too different.
6:51 pm (EST)
Kevin Minter Headshot

Minter (elbow) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Minter's missed the past four games with an elbow injury, so his full participant Wednesday is a significant development. Barring a setback in practice the rest of the week, he seems in line to play Sunday against the Browns.
6:48 pm (EST)
Adam Jones Headshot

Jones (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Jones, who sustained a concussion in Week 10, seems on track to return from a one-game absence. He'll presumably retake his starting role for Sunday's game against the Browns, barring any setbacks the rest of the week.
6:47 pm (EST)
Ryan Anderson Headshot

Anderson (illness) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Nuggets, Marc Berman of Fox 26 Houston reports.

Despite originally being expected to play, Anderson was downgraded to doubtful recently and has now officially been ruled out while he continues to recover from a sickness. Anderson's next opportunity to play will be Saturday against the Knicks and with another three days off for rest and recovery, it seems likely he'll be able to return to the court. That said, P.J. Tucker will start at power forward in his place Wednesday and will see an elevated role, while Luc Mbah a Moute should benefit as well off the bench.
6:44 pm (EST)
Eric Gordon Headshot

Gordon (calf) will be sidelined for Wednesday's game against the Nuggets, Mark Berman of Fox 26 Houston reports.

As expected, Gordon will sit out Wednesday while dealing with a calf strain. In his stead, James Harden could be asked to play more minutes, while Trevor Ariza may spend time at shooting guard. It's possible Bobby Brown, Demetrius Jackson and Troy Williams see a handful of minutes as well.
6:44 pm (EST)
Albert Wilson Headshot

Wilson (hamstring) was limited at Wednesday's practice.

Wilson, who last suited up on Oct. 30, has missed two straight games, but his return to practice Wednesday, albeit in a limited capacity, suggests that the wideout has a chance to return to action Sunday against the Bills. Either way, TE Travis Kelce and fellow WR Tyreek Hill will continue to profile as the team's top pass-catchers heading into Week 12.
6:42 pm (EST)
Cassius Marsh Headshot

The 49ers claimed Marsh off waivers Wednesday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

Marsh was waived by the Patriots on Tuesday. He appeared in nine games for New England this season, accruing 19 tackles and one sack as a rotational defensive lineman. The UCLA product will likely take on a similar role with the Niners.
6:41 pm (EST)
Matt Murray Headshot

Murray will defend the net Wedesday against the Canucks.

Murray has posted two straight solid performances between the pipes, allowing a combined three goals on 60 shots faced. He will attempt to extend that streak of good showings to three straight Wednesday evening against a Canucks club tallying just 2.67 goals per game so far this season.
6:40 pm (EST)
Frederik Andersen Headshot

Andersen will be between the pipes against the Panthers on Wednesday.

Andersen and the Leafs have played very well defensively of late, allowing two goals or less in his past five starts, including back-to-back shutouts against the Habs and Devils. The Panthers are hoping to snap a two-game losing streak, but Andersen has performed well against them in the past, going 3-1-0 with a .929 save percentage in four games last season.
6:39 pm (EST)
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