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Atlanta Hawks forward Cam Reddish (illness) isn't available on Sunday night against Charlotte. The former first-round selection out of Duke has been under the weather. However, fortunately, the sickness isn't COVID-related, although it will now cost him his third consecutive outing. Bogdan Bogdanovic (ankle) and De'Andre Hunter (wrist) are also out, so the door is open for Kevin Huerter and Danilo Gallinari to see a potential uptick on the fantasy end. Their outlook would become more favorable if Trae Young (knee), who is questionable, doesn't suit up.
Charlotte Hornets small forward Gordon Hayward (foot) and power forward Jalen McDaniels (ankle) have been ruled out for Tuesday's contest vs. the Raptors. Both are missing their second consecutive outing, with Cody Martin set to remain among the starting five and thereby see elevated DFS appeal for the time being. Hayward's ailment has been deemed discomfort, giving heart to season-long managers who could use his scoring punch back, while McDaniels is likely to face a more sustained absence due to his sprained left ankle. Miles Bridges will benefit from the added offensive usage, while P.J. Washington played 31 minutes off the bench Sunday.
Toronto Raptors point guard Fred VanVleet (knee) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game vs. Charlotte due to a sore right knee. VanVleet has been logging enormous minutes totals all season, as he enters play Tuesday at a league-high 38.2 minutes per outing. Over his last eight games, that number has jumped to 41.2, a stretch in which he has attempted 13.3 three-point attempts per outing, leading to him shooting just 34 percent overall. Without VanVleet in the mix, Gary Trent Jr. will serve as the team's de facto starting point guard, although Scottie Barnes and Pascal Siakam stand to have elevated assists upside as well. The team may just be exercising caution with VanVleet on the first night of a back-to-back with Wednesday against the Bulls serving as his next chance to suit up.
New Orleans Pelicans center Jonas Valanciunas (rest) and point guard Devonte' Graham (ankle) will miss Tuesday's game vs. Philadelphia. The Pelicans have responded to the rescheduled contest by choosing to rest their big man on the second leg of a back-to-back, paving the way for Jaxson Hayes and Willy Hernangomez to play larger frontcourt roles. Without Graham running the show offensively, Jose Alvarado stands to see significant DFS interest, particularly due to his extremely low price tag. Brandon Ingram (ankle) and Josh Hart (ankle) are out as well, meaning Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Garrett Temple, and Herbert Jones are the three likeliest candidates to see sizable jumps in offensive usage.
New Orleans Pelicans shooting guard Brandon Ingram (ankle) and small forward Josh Hart (ankle) have been ruled out for Tuesday's contest vs. the 76ers. Ingram is missing his second consecutive outing due to a sprained right ankle, which paves the way for Garrett Temple to remain among the starting five and take on elevated offensive duties. Hart's absence stands to be critical for New Orleans, who is likely to rely on Nickeil Alexander-Walker for a heavier workload, particularly with Jonas Valanciunas (rest) and Devonte' Graham (ankle) unavailable. Herbert Jones and Tomas Satoransky also stand out as upside plays in the DFS market, with Ingram and Hart's next chance at suiting up coming Friday against Denver.
Phoenix Suns forward Cameron Johnson will move into the starting five for Monday's game against the Utah Jazz. He'll join Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges and JaVale McGee in the starting unit for this game. Jae Crowder (wrist) is sitting this one out, so Jalen Smith should see more playing time as well. Both Johnson and Smith should be worth looking at as streaming options on Monday. Johnson is the slightly better fantasy option, but both should have value here.
Phoenix Suns guard Cameron Payne (wrist) won't be on the court for at least the next two weeks. He suffered a right wrist injury and will be re-evaluated in two weeks. In the meantime, Landry Shamet and Elfrid Payton should be asked to split up a majority of Payne's playing time. Neither of them should gain enough value to be worth snagging in most fantasy formats. Also, Payne is likely to miss more than two weeks and should be placed on the waiver wire in most formats right now.
Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Utah Jazz. This marks the fourth game in a row that Ayton has missed due to a right ankle injury. Despite that, the organization continues to call Ayton's status day-to-day, so fantasy managers shouldn't be too concerned. JaVale McGee and Bismack Biyombo will see plenty of minutes without Ayton on the court. At this point, Biyombo is offering more upside and is worth a look as a streaming option.
Utah Jazz forward Royce O'Neale (knee) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Phoenix Suns. He is dealing with knee tendonitis, so he'll sit out the second game of the back-to-back set. The Jazz are missing a majority of their starters for this contest. Fantasy managers should expect Rudy Gay and Eric Paschall to play significant minutes during Monday's game. Both have some streaming appeal, but Gay offers slightly more upside.
Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Phoenix Suns. Ingles will be joined by Mike Conley (rest), Donovan Mitchell (concussion) and Bojan Bogdanovic (finger) on the sideline. Jordan Clarkson should enter the starting five and see plenty of chances with the ball. Trent Forrest and possibly Danuel House get more playing time without Ingles available. Fantasy managers should expect Ingles to return for Wednesday's rematch with Phoenix. Until then, Clarkson is looking like a strong streaming choice and DFS option for Monday's slate.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Anthony Edwards (knee) has been removed from the injury report ahead of Tuesday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers. He banged knees with another player on Sunday and limped off the court. It sounds like he has avoided serious injury and will be back on the court against the Blazers. Fantasy managers should make sure Edwards is back in their lineups. Patrick Beverley (knee) remains questionable, so possibly Jaylen Nowell holds streaming appeal for a little longer.