KEY 2017-18 Fantasy Basketball - Seasonal Rankings

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Kemba Walker Headshot

Walker (wrist) will play Saturday against the Blazers, Rick Bonnell off the Charlotte Observer reports.

Walker landed on the injury list with a strained left wrist, but his status never appeared to be in too much doubt. The point guard played 33 minutes Friday against Miami, finishing with 25 points, five assists, four rebounds and two steals.
5:23 pm (EST)
Delon Wright Headshot

Wright reported "no soreness" in his shoulder following Friday's game against the Nets, Blake Murphy of Raptors Republic reports.

Wright made his return to action Friday after missing a month with a dislocated shoulder. The backup point guard played 16 minutes, finishing with seven points, two assists and a steal. Prior to the injury, Wright was averaging more than 20 minutes per game, and he'll now compete with Fred VanVleet for playing time off the bench behind Kyle Lowry.
5:12 pm (EST)
CJ Miles Headshot

Miles (shoulder) is "good to go" for Sunday's matchup against the Kings, Blake Murphy of Raptors Republic reports.

Miles missed Friday's game against the Nets due to shoulder soreness, but is apparently feeling better after getting the day off. As a result of his return, Norman Powell and OG Anunoby could see reduced run.
4:46 pm (EST)
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Headshot

Caldwell-Pope, due to "a legal matter" which occurred last season stemming from a DUI, is not allowed to leave the state of California for 25 days, Bill Oram of The Orange County Register reports. As a result, he'll miss road games outside of the state for that duration.

Caldwell-Pope will miss Wednesday's game against Houston, Dec. 31's game against Houston and Jan. 1's game against Minnesota. In those absences, Josh Hart and Jordan Clarkson will seemingly be given expanded roles.
4:42 pm (EST)
Tyler Lydon Headshot

Lydon was recalled from the G-League's Rio Grande Valley Vipers, Harrison Wind of BSNDenver.com reports.

It seems unlikely Lydon will take the floor for the Nuggets in their upcoming game Monday -- if he remains at the NBA level for that long -- considering he's played just two minutes for Denver all season. He's seen extended run with the Vipers, however, averaging 11.5 points and 8.0 rebounds across 31.0 minutes per appearance.
4:22 pm (EST)
DeMarre Carroll Headshot

Carroll (rest) does not appear on the Nets' injury report for Sunday's contest against the Pacers, Alex Labidou of the Nets' official website reports.

The 31-year-old was given the second night of a back-to-back set off Friday for rest purposes. As expected, he should be good to suit up for Sunday's contest. With Carrol's return, Caris LeVert will seemingly head back to the bench.
4:19 pm (EST)
Allen Crabbe Headshot

Crabbe (knee) is not listed on the Nets' injury report for Sunday's contest against the Pacers, Alex Labidou of the Nets' official website reports.

Crabbe missed Friday's contest due to knee soreness, though is apparently feeling improved after getting some rest. He'll likely rejoin the starting five, presumably bumping Joe Harris back to the pine.
4:16 pm (EST)
Stephen Curry Headshot

Curry (ankle) was seen shooting in a "very light" individual session after practice Saturday, Monte Poole of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

While it might not be much, this is certainly an encouraging sign in Curry's recovery, as it's the most he's been able to do since injuring his ankle in early December. He's set to be re-evaluated next week, at which point we should learn more about a timetable for a return.
3:54 pm (EST)
Kay Felder Headshot

Felder was reassigned to the G-League on Saturday, Vincent Goodwill of the Chicago Tribune reports.

The point guard hasn't been in the rotation of late, so he'll join the WIndy City Bulls for an opportunity to play regularly at the G-League level. Felder has appeared in only two of the Bulls' last 11 games.
3:47 pm (EST)
Cristiano Felicio Headshot

Felicio was sent to the G-League's Windy City Bulls, Vincent Goodwill of NBC Sports Chicago reports.

Felicio has struggled to find playing time as of late, missing seven of the team's past 11 games. In those games he did play, he averaged just 5.8 points and 1.3 rebounds across 10.5 minutes. He should gain some more in-game experience by spending time in the G-League.
3:43 pm (EST)
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