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Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic (calf) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the New Orleans Pelicans. The Nuggets have a three-game lead for the top seed in the West right now. That being said, the team might be cautious with their superstar big man as the playoffs get closer. The Nuggets are entering a back-to-back set on Thursday, which gives the team more reason to rest Jokic. He's reportedly dealing with a calf issue, so the team might take the cautious approach. The absence of Jokic would mean increased playing time for Thomas Bryant.
Boston Celtics center Robert Williams III (knee) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. The big man continues to work his way back into the rotation after dealing with a lingering knee injury. The Celtics could be cautious here and rest Williams in the first game of a back-to-back set on Thursday. They've been having Williams come off the bench lately. It's not because of a lack of production, but the Celtics don't want to rush things with Williams. Fantasy managers should check back on Thursday for another update on his status.
Portland Trail Blazers guard Keon Johnson (finger) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Sacramento Kings. It appears Johnson fractured his finger during pregame shootaround. A tough blow to the Blazers who are already extremely shorthanded heading into this game. Now, Shaedon Sharpe will start and have a bigger role in the rotation. He's well worth looking at as a streaming option with the Blazers not having many options to turn to right now.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Anthony Edwards (illness) is available for Wednesday's game against the Phoenix Suns. He was listed as questionable earlier in the day due to an illness. It's also worth noting that Edwards has been dealing with an ankle issue as well. Despite these issues, Edwards will suit up and should play his normal role during Wednesday's game. Fantasy managers should double check their lineups and make sure Edwards isn't sitting on the bench.
Atlanta Hawks forward Cam Reddish (back) is available for Wednesday's game against the Sacramento Kings. This is a bit surprising considering Reddish was listed as doubtful earlier in the day. Despite that, Reddish will give it a go during Wednesday's contest. He has been dealing with back soreness, but he'll attempt to play through the issue. The Blazers are extremely shorthanded, which should give Reddish some streaming appeal However, he's coming off the bench, which does hurt his value a bit.
Phoenix Suns forward Kevin Durant (ankle) is available for Wednesday's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The superstar forward has missed the last 10 games due to sprained left ankle. Luckily, Durant is back before the postseason and should be available for a normal workload. However, it wouldn't be shocking to see the Suns being cautious with Durant during his first game back. Regardless, fantasy managers in season-long formats should get Durant back in their lineups on Wednesday.
Philadelphia 76ers guard James Harden (Achilles) will play Wednesday against the Dallas Mavericks. Harden has missed the past four games dealing with soreness in his left Achilles, but will make his return to the lineup versus the Mavs. Harden's return should push De'Anthony Melton to the bench where he will likely see a reduced role. It remains to be seen if Harden is limited in anyway, but with the regular season nearing its end, the Sixers will likely take it easy with the veteran guard.
Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid (calf) has been cleared to play Wednesday against the Dallas Mavericks. Embiid missed last game with calf tightness, but will make his return to the lineup against the Mavs. Dewayne Dedmon should return to the bench and Paul Reed should see less minutes with Embiid back.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard (personal) has been ruled out of Wednesday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies. Leonard seems to be away from the team dealing with something personal, but the extent of his absence is unknown at this time. Terance Mann will start with Leonard out in a huge game for the Clippers. Norman Powell (shoulder) is returning from a lengthy absence and should be relied on immediately.
Los Angeles Clippers guard Norman Powell (shoulder) will play Wednesday against the Memphis Grizzlies. Powell has been out since March 2nd with a shoulder injury but will make his long awaited return on Wednesday. Powell will likely be eased into his role, but may see increased minutes sooner rather than later with Paul George (knee) out. Eric Gordon and Terance Mann may see decreased minutes.
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