Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving (knee) said he's healthy and will play in Sunday's All-Star game. He missed the last two games heading into the break, but that was likely just the Celtics being cautious. It was reported on Friday that Irving was very close to returning. Irving should be fine to play in Thursday's game against the Bucks.
New Orleans Pelicans forward/center Anthony Davis (shoulder) is unsure if he'll play in Sunday's All-Star game. Davis injured his shoulder during Thursday's contest, but it doesn't sound too serious. Davis wants to play throughout the rest of the regular season, but it's unclear if he'll be ready to play right after the break.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Wilson Chandler (quad) is expected to return to practice after the All-Star break. He was traded to the Clippers at the deadline, but has yet to make his debut for Los Angeles. However, the Clippers have plenty of depth, so Chandler won't be relevant in fantasy leagues.
Miami Heat guard Goran Dragic (knee) is reportedly making solid progress and should return shortly after the All-Star break. Dragic was given a six to eight week timetable and he's currently at week eight. Once Dragic is back, Justise Winslow will return to the bench. Dion Waiters and Dwyane Wade should lose some minutes as well. Dragic should be added in all leagues where he was dropped. He could return as early as the first game after the break.
Boston Celtics center Aron Baynes (foot) said that he'll return late February or possibly early March. Baynes has been sidelined since Feb. 2 with a left foot contusion. He could return right after the All-Star break, but it's unclear if that's going to happen right now. Daniel Theis is lose most of his value and plenty of minutes once Baynes returns.
Chicago Bulls guard Kris Dunn (tailbone) should be fine to return to the lineup after the All-Star break, according to head coach Jim Boylen. Dunn missed Wednesday's game against the Grizzlies, but it sounds like the Bulls were just being cautious. It appears Dunn will be back in the starting five after the break. The Bulls are not committed to Dunn long-term yet, but he should continue to have fantasy value throughout the season.
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Andre Roberson (knee) could still be able to return this season, according to head coach Billy Donovan. Roberson is recovering from left knee surgery, but has not ruled out the idea of playing this season. There is a chance that Roberson returns at the end of the regular season or possibly for the playoffs. However, he's not going to have an impact in fantasy basketball this season.
New Orleans Pelicans forward/center Anthony Davis (shoulder) says that he plans to play in Sunday's All-Star game. However, that is going to be dependent on how Davis responds to the treatment he was given for his muscle contusion. Assuming Davis plays in the All-Star game then he'll be ready for Friday's game against the Indiana Pacers.
New York Knicks guard Emmanuel Mudiay (shoulder) is unsure whether or not he'll be in the rotation once he returns from injury. Mudiay has missed the last 11 games due to a strained left shoulder. Dennis Smith Jr. and Kadeem Allen have made it difficult for Mudiay to carve out a role in the Knicks rotation. Fantasy owners can go ahead and leave Mudiay on the waiver wire right now.
Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving (knee) is very close to a return, according to general manager Danny Ainge. Irving is traveling to Charlotte for the All-Star weekend, but it's unclear if he'll participate in Sunday's All-Star game. Irving sat out the last two games before the break, but he should return to the lineup after the All-Star break.