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Utah Jazz guard Mike Conley (knee) is questionable ahead of Wednesday's contest against the Warriors. The veteran has missed his previous eight games because of a knee injury, allowing Collin Sexton to take his spot in the rotation. The former Cavalier has averaged 17.1 points in nine starts this season. While Conley would presumably return to the starting lineup if he's available, he will likely have his minutes monitored, so Sexton could remain nearly as productive.
Minnesota Timberwolves center Rudy Gobert (groin) is questionable to play against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday. Gobert has been listed as questionable for the past several games yet has played big minutes in all of them. Gobert will likely continue to be listed as questionable in the near future in case his injury does flare up, but there appears to be no indication of that happening. If Gobert is somehow not out there Wednesday, Naz Reid would be a streaming target for fantasy.
Boston Celtics center Robert Williams III (ankle) is questionable to play against the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday. Williams sat out Boston's last game with an ankle injury, but may return to the lineup against the Nets if he's recovered enough. With Williams sitting on Saturday, Grant Williams got the spot start and registered nine points and nine rebounds in 39 minutes.
Memphis Grizzlies guard Desmond Bane (knee) is listed as questionable to play Wednesday against the Portland Trail Blazers. Bane has already missed two games with knee soreness and the Grizzlies are entering a back-to-back set starting Wednesday, putting Bane in danger of missing at least another game. Ziaire Williams has been starting with Bane out, but has not offered much in terms of fantasy value. If Bane sits, Tyus Jones would likely be the main benefactor off the bench while the normal starters get a boost in usage.
Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray (knee) is available to play Tuesday night against the New Orleans Pelicans. Murray was listed as questionable for injury management with his knee, but he will play, as expected. The Nuggets are not in the middle of a back-to-back set, but Murray did play 39 minutes on Saturday and Denver is likely being cautious with his workload. Whenever Murray does see a rest day, Bruce Brown and Bones Hyland will likely see increased minutes.
Los Angeles Lakers forward/center Anthony Davis (foot) is expected to move back into the starting lineup on Tuesday against the New York Knicks. Davis missed last game due to injury management, but is expected to play after being listed as probable. Head coach Darvin Ham also noted Davis would have his minutes restriction lifted enough so he can return to the starting lineup. Thomas Bryant should move back to the bench after getting the spot start on Monday.
Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (ankle) is expected play Tuesday against the New York Knicks, but will go through pregame warmups before an official decision is made. James missed last game as the Lakers were entering a back-to-back set and has been dealing with lingering ankle soreness. In his quest for the all-time scoring record, all signs point to James being available on Tuesday. Troy Brown Jr. should move back to the bench with James back in the lineup.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Marcus Morris (rib) is out against the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday. Morris will miss his fourth straight game due to a rib contusion despite being listed as questionable for the past few games. There appears to be no update on his status moving forward and is likely considered day-to-day. Luke Kennard and Robert Covington (personal) will likely continue to see an increased role with Morris out of the lineup.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Robert Covington (personal) is available Tuesday against the Chicago Bulls. Covington missed the past two games with personal reasons but appears to have cleared things up as he's back with the team Tuesday. Covington had been playing well the past three games before sitting out and should be resuming his normal role off the bench. Nicolas Batum, Amir Coffey and Luke Kennard should see a dip in minutes.
Los Angeles Clippers guard Reggie Jackson (Achilles) is available to play Tuesday against the Chicago Bulls. Jackson missed last game with Achilles soreness, but the Clippers were also on the second night of a back-to-back which may have been a rest day in disguise. Regardless, Jackson will be back in the lineup after a one-game absence and should resume his normal bench role. Before sitting out, Jackson had scored in double digits for six straight games. Jackson's been a frequent name in trade rumors with the Clippers looking to upgrade at point guard and is someone to monitor ahead of the trade deadline.
Brooklyn Nets guard/forward Ben Simmons (knee) will miss Wednesday's game against the Boston Celtics. Simmons will sit out for the third straight game as he recovers from some soreness in his left knee. The Nets don't play again until Saturday so Simmons should have some added rest. Seth Curry and Day'Ron Sharpe should continue to see added minutes with Simmons out of the lineup against Boston.