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Dallas Mavericks guards Josh Green (elbow) and Tim Hardaway Jr. (back) have both been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Star guard Kyrie Irving (foot) will join them on the sideline for this game. The absence of these three will leave the Mavs extremely shorthanded for this game. Luka Doncic will be asked to carry the load on offense. Fantasy managers should expect Seth Curry and Jaden Hardy to have expanded roles, which should give them some streaming appeal.
Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard Andre Jackson Jr. (illness) is questionable for Thursday's game against Charlotte. He'll need to overcome an illness to be available for the contest. However, even if Jackson Jr. is in the lineup, it's unlikely he will feature much in normal circumstances. The 22-year-old rookie has averaged only 7.0 minutes a night in February.
Milwaukee Bucks guard/forward MarJon Beauchamp (illness) is probable for Thursday's matchup against Charlotte. The 23-year-old is battling an illness but is expected to suit up. We saw Beauchamp quite a lot early in the season, but he has been used very little in recent months. He's played in only 14 games since the calendar was flipped, and Beauchamp hasn't cracked the 10-minute mark in any of his last eight appearances.
Washington Wizards forward Bilal Coulibaly (pelvis) won't play on Thursday night versus the Lakers. The rookie took a hard fall during Sunday's meeting with the Cavs, ending his day after just five minutes. With Deni Avdija (heel) questionable, Corey Kispert, who had 20 points and two blocks against the Warriors on Tuesday night, could find himself staying in the starting lineup.
Washington Wizards forward Deni Avdija (heel) is questionable for Thursday's game versus the Lakers. He's had his best season to date, averaging 13.6 points, 6.5 boards, and 3.7 assists. The 23-year-old has also shot a career-high 40.4% from behind the arc. Unfortunately, Avdija has missed the last three games because of a heel contusion. With Bilal Coulibaly (pelvis) out, Corey Kispert, who had 20 points and two blocks on Tuesday against Golden State, will likely stay in the starting lineup if Avdija remains sidelined. If that's the case, Kispert is worthy of being added to any fantasy lineup.
Due to illness, Los Angeles Clippers center Ivica Zubac will miss Wednesday's showdown against the Los Angeles Lakers. This absence opens up opportunities for Mason Plumlee and Daniel Theis, who will share playing time at the center position. Zubac has averaged 12.0 points and 9.5 rebounds per game in 46 regular-season appearances and will be missed against the Clippers city rival. The Lakers rank 22nd in opponent rebounding percentage at (49.1%).
Los Angeles Lakers guard/forward Cam Reddish (ankle) has been cleared to play and head coach Darvin Ham confirmed that the 24-year-old is available for their game against the Los Angeles Clippers. Reddish hasn't played since January 23 due to an ankle sprain that he suffered against the Clippers, coincidentally. In his 35 games with the Lakers this year, Reddish has started in 26 of them and averages 6.7 points, 2.4 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 1.2 steals across 23.3 minutes per contest. He hasn't been delivering the value that fantasy managers may need in most leagues and formats this season. It's also unclear how many minutes he'll receive in his first game back.
Sacramento Kings guard Davion Mitchell will start on Wednesday against the Nuggets. De'Aaron Fox (knee) was injured on Tuesday versus Miami, although there's a good chance he'll be back on Friday night when the Kings travel to Minnesota. Unfortunately for fantasy managers, Mitchell has averaged just 8.3 points and 1.0 steals in three starts this year, so he's hard to trust in any format.
Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (ankle) was originally listed as questionable but head coach Darvin Ham said that he will in fact play on Wednesday night. That means the Lakers will at least have their two superstars against the Los Angeles Clippers and they even get Cam Reddish (ankle) back for the first time in a month. The King will remain in his usual starting role and should remain in any fantasy starting lineup as well. He's played in the team's last two games while delivering a double-double last time around and a 30-point game the time before that. Fantasy managers can expect a higher-scoring affair for the battle of Los Angeles.
Sacramento Kings guard De'Aaron Fox (knee) is now out for Wednesday's meeting with the Denver Nuggets. He injured his left knee on Tuesday in the loss to the Miami Heat. However, the 26-year-old finished with 27 points in 39 minutes. Fox did go through shootaround on Wednesday, so there's a good chance he'll be back in the lineup on Friday in Minnesota. Davion Mitchell is expected to slide into the starting lineup. But the 2021 No. 9 overall pick has averaged just 8.3 points in three starts this season, meaning he's hard to trust for fantasy purposes. On the other hand, Malik Monk should spend more time at the one, brightening his fantasy outlook on Wednesday evening.
Phoenix Suns center Jusuf Nurkic (ankle) has been listed as probable for Thursday night's game against the Houston Rockets. The Bosnian big man was able to play in their last game as well where he registered 18 points, 22 rebounds, seven assists, one steal, one block, and three turnovers across 37 minutes. Nurkic is in the middle of his third season while averaging double-digit rebounds and his second-best season in terms of assists per game with 3.8. He should remain in all fantasy lineups whenever he's active, especially given that he's in the top 90 in terms of nine-category leagues. The last time the Suns played the Rockets, Nurkic was absent and they dominated the boards, that should change with him back in the lineup.