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Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown (knee) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Charlotte Hornets. He sat out of Sunday's game with what the team is calling left knee tendinopathy. The Celtics might decide to play it safe and sit Brown for this game. Dennis Schroder would likely be asked to start again after putting together a strong performance on Sunday. Fantasy managers might want to snag Schroder, assuming he's still available while Brown deals with this injury.
Boston Celtics forward Al Horford (groin) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Charlotte Hornets. The veteran big man continues to work his way back from COVID-19. He was able to play 30 minutes on Sunday, so it wouldn't be shocking to see Horford sit out here. He is still trying to get his conditioning back and also dealing with a groin injury. Grant Williams would likely be asked to slide into the starting five for Monday's game. He'd have some streaming appeal and be an interesting DFS option, assuming Horford sits out.
Milwaukee Bucks center Bobby Portis (hamstring) has been sidelined to begin the season, but could see his first regular season action on Monday against the Indiana Pacers. The return of Portis would give the Bucks some much-needed depth up front. Brook Lopez (back) won't suit up, so the Bucks have been playing Giannis Antetokounmpo at the center spot more often. Portis could have some streaming or DFS appeal, assuming he does play. Fantasy managers should check back closer to tip-off for more information.
Brooklyn Nets center LaMarcus Aldridge (rest) won't suit up for Monday's game against the Washington Wizards. The veteran big man will sit this one out for rest purposes. That is not surprising news considering it's a back-to-back set and Aldridge was dealing with blood clots last season. His absence should mean more minutes for Paul Millsap and Nicolas Claxton. Neither of them are great streaming options, but Claxton is the better choice between the two.
Brooklyn Nets guard Bruce Brown (calf) is listed as probable for Monday's game against the Washington Wizards. Brown has missed the first two contests due to a right calf contusion. He was able to play in their most recent contest and lasted 27 minutes in that one. Brown will likely get consistent minutes if he plays on Monday. However, there isn't reliable fantasy value with Brown right now.
Charlotte Hornets forward P.J. Washington (knee) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Boston Celtics. The young forward was able to play 26 minutes on Sunday. The fact it's a back-to-back set could mean Washington sits out this game as a precaution. Jalen McDaniels would likely be asked to fill in, assuming Washington sits this game out. Fantasy managers should check back closer to game time for more information.
Detroit Pistons forward Jerami Grant (elbow) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Atlanta Falcons. He is dealing with a left elbow infection, which does not sound good for his status on Monday. Fantasy managers shouldn't be surprised if Grant is forced to miss time from this issue. Saddiq Bey and Hamidou Diallo, and possibly Trey Lyles would be asked to fill in, assuming Grant misses time. None of them are great fantasy options, but Bey has the most upside of the trio.
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry recorded his third consecutive double-double to begin the season in Sunday's 119-107 victory against the Kings. Curry finished with 27 points, 10 assists, seven rebounds, four three-pointers made, three steals and three turnovers on 9-for-23 shooting from the field in the contest. The 33-year-old is off to a terrific start with averages of 31.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 7.0 assists through the opening three games, making the two-time league MVP a top-three player across all fantasy formats.
Golden State Warriors shooting guard Jordan Poole finished with 22 points, three rebounds, three assists, three steals, two three-pointers made, one block and two turnovers on 8-for-16 shooting from the field in Sunday's 119-107 victory against the Kings. The 22-year-old bounced back nicely from a quiet performance against the Clippers in the previous contest, managing to score 20-plus points for the second time through the opening three games of the season. Poole should be rostered in standard fantasy formats as he will provide value in the starting lineup until Klay Thompson is ready to return from injury.
Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes finished with 24 points, seven rebounds, five three-pointers made, one assist and three turnovers on 7-for-13 shooting from field goal range in Sunday's 119-107 loss against the Warriors. Barnes recorded 20-plus points for the third consecutive game to begin the season, while shooting an efficient 50 percent from the field on 17.3 attempts per game. Barnes is also enjoying success from three-point territory in the early going as he has made 15 three-pointers through the opening three contests, making the 29-year-old forward a quality option across all fantasy formats.