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  • Report: Klay Thompson willing to sign deal
    Klay Thompson is willing to sign an extension prior to Friday's deadline, a source told Marcus Thompson of the Bay Area News Group.

    Advice: Thompson being willing to sign an extension prior to the deadline is hardly newsworthy, especially if the Warriors present him with a max offer. It doesn't seem like Thompson will sign for anything less at this point, and he's got a lot of leverage on Golden State after the summer of (Kevin) Love.
    37 minutes ago
  • LeBron James calls Cleveland opener huge
    LeBron James called the Cavaliers home opener "probably one of the biggest sporting events that's up there ever."

    Advice: For LeBron and for Cleveland, it's an iconic moment that will be remembered forever. For the rest of us, it holds a little less luster. Regardless, LeBron's return to Cleveland will be headline news all season long. Prepare yourself for it.
    42 minutes ago
  • Tobias Harris, Magic still not close on deal
    Tobias Harris and the Orlando Magic are no closer to agreeing on an extension, according to Basketball Insiders.

    Advice: Harris and the Magic have exchanged figures as the team tries to beat the October 31 deadline that would keep the 22-year-old from becoming a restricted free agent after the 2014-15 season, but it's starting to look like Harris will be accepted offer sheets from other teams after the season is over. Harris had a strong opening night with 25 points, eight rebounds, one steal, and one three-pointer, so regardless of his contract situation, fantasy owners on #TeamTobias have to be happy with what they say on Tuesday night.
    Today, 10:59 am
  • Kawhi Leonard will play Friday vs Suns
    Kawhi Leonard (eye) will play against the Suns on Friday, according to head coach Gregg Popovich.

    Advice: Leonard will travel with the team to Phoenix after practicing for the last several days, and Gregg Popovich gave the best news that Leonard's fantasy owners could hope for in saying, ""He's in for Friday." Leonard has been a popular breakout pick among the Rotoworld hoops staff and owners shouldn't think twice about putting him in their lineups for Friday night.
    Today, 9:58 am
  • Paul Pierce wants Wiz to establish identity
    Paul Pierce said he wants the Wizards to establish an identity after their season opening loss to the Heat.

    Advice: The Wizards were outrebounded 44-38 as they played without the suspended Nene and DeJuan Blair. "That fourth quarter, it was our worst defensive quarter," Pierce said. "We got to be better in that aspect. We got to do a better job of establishing our identity. This team is not known for their rebounding," Pierce said, "so there’s no way they should outrebound us." Pierce had a solid showing with 17 points, six rebounds, five assists, and two steals and he should have a big enough role in Washington's offense to be worth starting in standard fantasy leagues.
    Today, 9:48 am
  • Andrew Wiggins learning from first NBA game
    Adrew Wiggins had a lackluster NBA debut, but is committed to learning from his first regular season game.

    Advice: In his first 19 minutes of regular season actions, Wiggins only scored six points with three rebounds, one assist, two steals, and one three-pointer during the Wolves' opening night loss to the Grizzlies. "It was good," Wiggins said. "It was exciting. I got into early foul trouble, so it’s hard to get in the groove." The rookie will have some growing pains ahead of him as he figures out how to stay on the court, so his fantasy owners will need to patient during the early stretch of the season.
    Today, 8:03 am
  • Wes Johnson has another weak game
    Wesley Johnson scored nine points with one rebound, two assists, one steal and one block in 28 minutes against the Suns on Wednesday.

    Advice: He hasn't fared very well against his former team with only one positive outing in five tries. Johnson should get similar minutes with a decent allotment of shots until Nick Young (thumb) is out. Still, fantasy owners can part ways with him if they aren't enjoying all these blowouts and the lack of production.
    Today, 12:18 am
  • Josh Smith fills the stat sheet in loss
    Josh Smith made 9-of-22 from the field and 7-of-11 from the line for 25 points against the Nuggets on Wednesday, adding five rebounds, three assists, one steal and two blocks in 36 minutes.

    Advice: The move to power forward looks like a winner, but this is still a very inefficient line. Smith was still 0-of-3 from beyond the arc, so those attempts aren't going to completely go away. Smith should have one more big opportunity with Greg Monroe being suspended for Thursday against the Wolves.
    Yesterday, 11:56 pm
  • Caron Butler puts up a goose egg
    Caron Butler missed all five shots from the field against the Nuggets on Wednesday with six rebounds, one assist and one steal.

    Advice: He had a couple really ugly shots tonight and he didn't help himself. There was some talk of Butler starting, but that seems even less likely now. Fantasy owners can leave him on the wire in most leagues even though he could be better than this.
    Yesterday, 11:47 pm
  • Kyle Singler scores eight points as starter
    Kyle Singler played 30 minutes in the starting lineup against the Nuggets on Wednesday with eight points, two rebounds, one assist and two 3-pointers.

    Advice: He should get some run in the starting lineup and should have another chance for a decent usage with Greg Monroe sidelined for another game. Singler is more of a low-upside, safe guy to use in deeper leagues.
    Yesterday, 11:34 pm
  • Perry Jones struggles in start at SF
    Perry Jones started at small forward on Wednesday, but hit just 1-of-9 shots for three points and three rebounds in 31 minutes.

    Advice: The minutes and shots were there, but they weren't falling. If he keeps the starting gig for as long as Kevin Durant is out, he's going to have some nice games, as well as some duds.
    Yesterday, 11:14 pm
  • Omri Casspi returned to action on Wednesday October 29.
    Yesterday, 11:10 pm
  • Wilson Chandler scores seven in 24 minutes
    Wilson Chandler played 24 minutes against the Pistons on Wednesday with seven poitns, three rebounds, one assist, two steals and one 3-pointer.

    Advice: He should have no problem keeping his minutes in the 20s while the team manages Danilo Gallinari's minutes. Chandler is also injury prone, so there negatives probably outweigh the positives as a deep-league pickup.
    Yesterday, 11:06 pm
  • Andre Iguodala awful in opening win
    Andre Iguodala came off the bench in Wednesday's opener and hit just 1-of-6 shots for two points, three rebounds, two assists and three steals in 29 minutes.

    Advice: He was 0-for-4 from downtown and 0-of-2 from the free throw line, which has become commonplace over the last few seasons. He'll be better than this on most nights and had a nice preseason, but we'd like him better if he were starting over Harrison Barnes.
    Yesterday, 11:03 pm
  • Klay Thompson hits 4-of-14 shots
    Klay Thompson hit just 4-of-14 shots and 2-of-8 3-pointers for 19 points, two rebounds, six assists, two steals, a block and five turnovers on Wednesday.

    Advice: Thompson and Steph Curry didn't bring their A games tonight, but still rocked the Kings 95-77. Thompson and Curry combined to hit just 4-of-17 3-pointers, but they're going to keep shooting them and be better than this on most nights. Thompson's turnovers were high, but that shouldn't be an ongoing problem with one of the league's premier shooting guards.
    Yesterday, 10:56 pm
  • Arron Afflalo plays 40 minutes on Wednesday
    Arron Afflalo played 40 minutes in the starting lineup against the Pistons on Wednesday with 15 points, four rebounds, one assist, one steal and two 3-pointers.

    Advice: He's getting a ton of run at shooting guard and has clearly the preferred option over Randy Foye. Afflalo will likely be scoring in the teens with multiple treys along the way, so he should be in just about all lineups right now.
    Yesterday, 10:55 pm
  • Draymond Green double-doubles in start
    Draymond Green got the start for injured David Lee (hamstring) in Wednesday's opener and double-doubled with 12 points, 10 rebounds, three assists, a steal and two 3-pointers on 4-of-7 shooting.

    Advice: He also had five turnovers in his 34 minutes, but owners who bought the Rotoworld hype on Green have to be pleased with tonight's line. Now we'll have to see what Green can do coming off the bench behind Lee, once he's healthy enough to play.
    Yesterday, 10:50 pm
  • Iman Shumpert logs 20 minutes as starter
    Iman Shumpert scored five points on 2-of-9 shooting vs. the Bulls on Wednesday, hitting one 3-pointer with three rebounds and three steals in just 20 minutes of action.

    Advice: This pretty much sums up Shumpert's fantasy appeal, as he's only worth owning if you want 3s and steals. Tim Hardaway Jr. played 18 minutes tonight, and J.R. Smith played 22 minutes, which adds even more risk to Shumpert's near-term outlook.
    Yesterday, 10:38 pm
  • Rodney Hood lives up to billing
    Rodney Hood was as advertised on Wednesday with five points, two rebounds, one steal, two blocks and one 3-pointer in 21 minutes against the Rockets.

    Advice: He is going to be a sneaky source of steals, blocks and especially triples, but obviously fantasy owners in most leagues won't enjoy owning a player whose minutes will only be in the low 20s. Hood is more of a stash/handcuff.
    Yesterday, 10:23 pm
  • Mike Dunleavy goes scoreless in 31 minutes
    Mike Dunleavy logged 31 minutes in a start at SF on Wednesday, but he went scoreless on 0-of-5 field goals.

    Advice: The 'good' news is that Dunleavy chipped in three rebounds, four assists and one steal, and four of his shot attempts came from downtown. He'll be better most nights, but even with a starting job he's a negligible fantasy option in typical 12-team leagues.
    Yesterday, 10:22 pm
  • Anthony Bennett plays just 14 minutes
    Anthony Bennett played just 14 minutes and hit 4-of-8 shots for nine points, three rebounds and one assist on Wednesday.

    Advice: Rookie Andrew Wiggins and Gorgui Dieng both played just 19 minutes, and it's possible Flip Saunders is going to cage the kids on his team. Then again, the Wolves had a chance to win this game, so we'll have to keep a close eye on how the minutes look in the next one.
    Yesterday, 10:11 pm
  • Andrew Wiggins plays just 19 minutes
    Andrew Wiggins started for the Wolves on Wednesday, but played just 19 minutes to finish with six points, three rebounds, one assist, two steals, a 3-pointer and four fouls.

    Advice: It remains to be seen who starts between Wiggins and Corey Brewer once Kevin Martin is back from a left ankle injury, but the low minutes are a bit annoying. Flip Saunders managed his other young players the same way tonight, so it could be a long road for owners of younger players in Minnesota. Then again, it's opening night, so we're not going to panic, either.
    Yesterday, 10:09 pm
  • James Harden flirts with a triple-double
    James Harden ran the offense again on Wednesday during a win over the Jazz, scoring 18 points with seven rebounds, 10 assists, one block, six turnovers and one 3-pointer in 38 minutes.

    Advice: It wasn't quite as great as his 32-point gem on Tuesday, but he didn't play the Lakers tonight. Harden will be putting up massive lines all season and his fantasy owners are going to love owning him all season.
    Yesterday, 10:02 pm
  • Tr3vor Ariza stays hot, scores 20 in win
    Trevor Ariza continued his catch-and-shoot ways against the Jazz on Wednesday, making four 3-pointers on his way to 20 points, five rebounds, one assist and two steals in 37 minutes.

    Advice: It's early, but he doesn't look to be missing John Wall at all. Ariza is going to be asked to bury a lot of triples and his perimeter defense will go a long way for Houston. He's shaping up to be a nice steal for savvy fantasy owners.
    Yesterday, 9:54 pm
  • Terrence Jones cools off on Wednesday
    Terrence Jones cooled off against the Jazz on Wednesday with nine points, three rebounds, one assist, two blocks and one 3-pointer.

    Advice: He shot 4-of-5 from the field, so this was still a very solid game. Jones played just 26 minutes and was in foul trouble, but his primary competition, Donatas Motiejunas, played just nine minutes. He is locked in as a mid-round value guy and his owners should expect a bigger game on Saturday.
    Yesterday, 9:48 pm
  • Glen Rice Jr. gets a DNP in opener
    Glen Rice didn't play in Wednesday's opener for the Wizards.

    Advice: He's got an ankle problem and while he was expected to play, he never got off the bench. He's worth keeping an eye on when healthy, as he could start at shooting guard until Bradley Beal is healthy again.
    Yesterday, 9:38 pm
    4:00 pm @ Orl
  • Otto Porter scores 13 in loss
    Otto Porter came off the bench for 13 points, four rebounds, a steal and a 3-pointer on 4-of-7 shooting Wednesday.

    Advice: Paul Pierce played well and Porter might have a tough time matching tonight's 24 minutes once Bradley Beal is healthy.
    Yesterday, 9:36 pm
  • Paul Pierce plays well in opener
    Paul Pierce looked a little strange in his Wizards uniform, but played well, hitting 6-of-10 shots and a 3-pointer for 17 points, six rebounds, five assists and two steals in a loss to the Heat.

    Advice: Pierce looks like his old self early and he's going to hurt the development of Otto Porter if he continues to play this well.
    Yesterday, 9:29 pm
  • Andrew Wiggins, Corey Brewer both starting
    The Timberwolves will start both Andrew Wiggins and Corey Brewer on Wednesday.

    Advice: They'll be joined by Ricky Rubio, Thaddeus Young and Nikola Pekovic. We still don't know who won the starting small forward job because Kevin Martin is out tonight with an ankle injury, which allowed both Wiggins and Brewer to get the call.
    Yesterday, 4:47 pm
  • Glen Rice Jr. expected to play Wednesday
    Glen Rice Jr. (ankle) is expected to play on Wednesday night.

    Advice: Rice, who has been dealing with a sprained ankle, is expected to get solid minutes and production with Bradley Beal out for the next few weeks.
    Yesterday, 4:41 pm
    4:00 pm @ Orl
  • Iman Shumpert starting at SG vs. Chicago
    Iman Shumpert will start at SG vs. the Bulls on Wednesday, as expected.

    Advice: Shumpert's defense seems to have given him the edge over Tim Hardaway Jr. and J.R. Smith, the latter of whom has been plagued by back spasms since training camp. Shump chips in enough 3-pointers and steals to be worth a look, but most fantasy owners can do better on the waiver wire.
    Yesterday, 3:24 pm
  • Otto Porter projects as backup SF for Wizards
    Wizards beat writer J. Michael is projecting Otto Porter to come off the bench in Wednesday's season opener, with either Garrett Temple or Glen Rice Jr. starting at SG.

    Advice: Rice is returning from a sore right ankle and Temple has more experience -- he even started 36 games during the 2012-13 season. Porter is coming off an impressive stretch in the preseason and he's the guy to target as a late-round fantasy option, in spite of his bench role.
    Yesterday, 2:34 pm
  • Tobias Harris had a cramp on Tuesday
    Tobias Harris said he just had some cramps in his leg on Tuesday.

    Advice: He went down with what looked like an ankle injury and he did have ankle problems last season, but everything looks to be fine. Harris is going to be a huge part of the offense while Victor Oladipo (face) and Channing Frye are out.
    Yesterday, 11:13 am
  • Draymond Green to start if David Lee sits.
    Coach Steve Kerr said on Tuesday that Draymond Green will start on Wednesday if David Lee (hamstring) sits.

    Advice: This is a big opportunity for Green as we all know what he can do if he gets minutes. For example, in the playoffs last season, Green averaged 11.9 points, 8.3 boards, 2.9 assists, 1.7 blocks, 1.7 steals and 1.1 triples on 46.7 percent shooting from the field. If he is on your waiver wire and you want to take a flier on him, go for it.
    Yesterday, 6:50 am
  • Perry Jones to start at SF for Thunder
    Perry Jones will start at small forward for the Thunder, according to Scott Brooks.

    Advice: With Kevin Durant out for the next two to three months with a broken foot, Jones is going to get some nice run, and qualifies as a fantasy sleeper until further notice.
    Tuesday, 11:24 pm
  • James Harden drops 32 points Tuesday
    James Harden scored 32 points in an easy win against the Lakers on Tuesday, while adding six assists, three 3-pointers, one rebound, and one steal in 31 minutes.

    Advice: He shot 7-of-17 from the field, but got to the free throw line sixteen times, which is just incredible. Harden is off to a great start, and his owners have to be feeling good about themselves right now.
    Tuesday, 11:11 pm
  • Wes Johnson struggles in start on Tuesday
    Wes Johnson struggled in a start against Houston on Tuesday in which he scored just seven points while adding two rebounds, and one 3-pointer in 23 minutes.

    Advice: He could not stay out of foul trouble and never got it going. He will look to bounce back against Phoenix Wednesday, but owners should be able to find better options, especially considering Nick Young (thumb) will be back in the near future.
    Tuesday, 10:46 pm
  • Trevor Ariza impressive w/ five 3-pointers
    Trevor Ariza made his season debut on Tuesday for the Rockets, notching 16 points (5-of-8 from downtown), three rebounds, two assists, two steals and two turnovers in 30 minutes.

    Advice: Ariza made an impressive return with the Rockets, whom he played for during the 2009-10 season. He's coming off a career-best year, scoring 14.4 points with a gaudy 2.3 triples per game, but it remains to be seen how much of his success is attributable to John Wall. The early returns are encouraging and he's playing uncontested minutes at SF in an up-tempo offense, which bodes well for owners who drafted him in the early-middle rounds.
    Tuesday, 10:46 pm
  • Terrence Jones double-doubles w/ full line
    Terrence Jones was aggressive throughout Tuesday's road win in L.A., notching 16 points, 13 rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks.

    Advice: T-Jones also turned the ball over just twice in 31 minutes. Kevin McHale emphasized all preseason that he needs Jones and Donatas Motiejunas to defend and rebound better than they did last season, and Jones seems to have heard the message loud and clear. He had 18 double-doubles last year and that number is sure to rise along with his playing time, justifying his owners' decision to pluck him out of the middle rounds.
    Tuesday, 10:39 pm
  • Kawhi Leonard (eye) may return on Friday
    Coach Gregg Popovich said on Tuesday that Kawhi Leonard (eye) may return on Friday.

    Advice: This would be excellent news for Leonard owners as he has dealt with this eye infection for a few weeks now. He was actually cleared for Tuesday's game but coach Pop was probably just playing it safe. Leonard is poised for a big season amidst upcoming contract talks so owners shouldn't hesitate to get him back in their lineups.
    Tuesday, 8:57 pm
  • Tobias Harris leads Magic w/ 25 pts in defeat
    Tobias Harris led the Magic with 25 points on 9-of-18 FGs and 6-of-6 FTs in a losing effort on Tuesday, adding eight rebounds and one steal in 37 minutes.

    Advice: Harris even made a 3-pointer, and his four turnovers and zero assists were the only negatives in an otherwise stellar season-opening performance. His ADP in head-to-head Yahoo! leagues was 96.3, which is far below his fantasy ceiling -- the issue is whether or not he can stay healthy, after missing 24 games per season during his career, but when he's on the court he belongs in all fantasy lineups.
    Tuesday, 7:37 pm
  • Kawhi Leonard (eye) expected back Nov. 5th
    Kawhi Leonard (eye) expects to be back for the Spurs' third game of the season vs. the Hawks on November 5th.

    Advice: He had a nasty eye infection throughout most of the preseason so it's good to see him finally turning the corner. We are expecting big things from Kawhi this year and we won't have to wait long to see if coach Popovich turns him loose this season.
    Tuesday, 4:30 pm
  • Kawhi Leonard (eye) cleared to practice/play
    Kawhi Leonard (eye) has been cleared to start practicing and playing, however, he will not suit up for Tuesday's regular-season opener vs. Dallas.

    Advice: Leonard is very close to making a return, and while it won't be on Tuesday, he can be considered probable for Friday's game vs. the Suns. We'll be monitoring his status closely, so watch for an update as we draw closer to Friday's tip.
    Tuesday, 3:31 pm
  • Flip won't say if Andrew Wiggins will start
    Flip Saunders won't say who will start at small forward on opening night.

    Advice: The decision is between Andrew Wiggins and Corey Brewer, and Saunders has been quiet on the issue all offseason. Wiggins could be brought along slowly, but with the limited options the Wolves have on offense, it seems like it would only be a matter of time until the No. 1 overall pick finds himself in a starting role. Stay tuned, but don't panic if he's not starting on opening night.
    Tuesday, 12:08 pm
  • Glen Rice Jr will be available for Wednesday
    Glenn Rice Jr. (ankle) will be available for Wednesday's opener barring a setback, according to Wizards head coach Randy Wittman.

    Advice: Rice should see plenty of run with Bradley Beal (wrist) and Martell Webster (back) sidelined, but Otto Porter will likely absorb most of Rice's value as the starting shooting guard. We'll update Rice's availability after Wednesday's shootaround, but he's not worth starting in standard fantasy leagues.
    Tuesday, 10:26 am
    4:00 pm @ Orl
  • Kawhi Leonard practices for 2nd straight day
    Kawhi Leonard (eye infection) practiced with teammates for the second straight day on Tuesday.

    Advice: Leonard had already been ruled out for Tuesday's opener, so it's currently unclear whether this news changes anything. We'll update Leonard's availability for Tuesday as more news becomes available, but the fact that Leonard isn't contagious anymore is at the very least a good sign for Friday's game against the Suns.
    Tuesday, 9:34 am
  • Kawhi Leonard (eyes) ruled out for Tuesday
    Kawhi Leonard (eyes) will not play against the Mavericks on Tuesday.

    Advice: This is one of the weirdest stories of training camp. Leonard had been out with an eye infection since Oct. 11, so he's likely going to need three weeks to recover from something that usually takes 3-5 days. He's expected to see a bigger role in the offense after breaking out after the break last season, and winning Finals MVP. Leonard owners shouldn't panic, but they might want to bench him this week.
    Monday, 4:12 pm
  • Glen Rice Jr. (ankle) hopeful for opener
    Glen Rice Jr. (ankle) went through a full practice on Monday and is hopeful he'll be ready to suit up for opening night.

    Advice: Rice will see some extra run with Bradley Beal (wrist) and Martell Webster (back) sidelined to start the season. However, it appears that Otto Porter has won the starting shooting guard job, which will make it difficult for Rice to sustain any sort of value.
    Monday, 3:19 pm
    4:00 pm @ Orl
  • Update: Glen Rice Jr. ready for the opener
    Updating a previous item, Glen Rice Jr. (ankle) is ready to go for opening night.

    Advice: It's good news for the Wizards as a team dangerously thin at shooting guard right now. Rice could see some extra run with Bradley Beal (wrist) and Martell Webster (back) sidelined to start the season.
    Monday, 10:19 am
    4:00 pm @ Orl
  • Paul Pierce spends time at power forward
    Paul Pierce spent time practicing at power forward on Monday.

    Advice: Pierce could see time as a small-ball power forward in certain lineups, but we wouldn't expect him to spend significant time at the position. Regardless, it's clear the Wizards are looking for ways to keep Pierce on the floor, and he should have a solid role in the offense while Bradley Beal (wrist) is sidelined.
    Monday, 10:09 am
  • Blatt looking to cut down on LeBron's minutes
    David Blatt said that he'd like LeBron James to play fewer minutes than the 39.5 he's averaged during his career.

    Advice: "I don't have a number but I am cognizant of the fact and we are conscious of the fact that, certainly early on 39 minutes a game is a lot," Blatt said. "We gotta keep our wits about us in terms of thinking long term with LeBron." It's a valid concern, but one that we're not worried about. Coaches often say things like this before the games matter, and LeBron will have no strict minutes limit at any point while healthy.
    Monday, 8:55 am
  • Glen Rice Jr. remains questionable for opener
    Glen Rice Jr. (ankle) remains questionable for the start of the season.

    Advice: Rice's ankle injury has dogged him for about two weeks now, and the updates on his progress have been rather scant. We're not considering him likely for the opener, but it doesn't sound like he should be out too long, either. Even with Bradley Beal (wrist) out, Rice isn't on the fantasy radar.
    Monday, 8:47 am
    4:00 pm @ Orl
  • Josh Smith to begin season as starting PF
    Josh Smith is expected to begin the seasons as the starting power forward in Detroit.

    Advice: With Greg Monroe suspended the first two games and then expected to play off the bench thereafter, Smith will move back to his natural power forward spot alongside Andre Drummond. Smith has promised to dial it back from three-point range since Stan Van Gundy took over, but we'll believe it when we see it.
    Monday, 8:04 am
  • Report: No extension talks for Iman Shumpert
    There has been "no conversation" between the Knicks and Iman Shumpert about a contract extension, sources told ESPN New York.

    Advice: With five days until the deadline to get a deal done, we'd call it unlikely to happen. Shumpert has been in trade rumors for two straight seasons, and his future with the Knicks is uncertain at best. ESPN NY calls it "unlikely" the Knicks will match any "significant offers" in an effort to retain cap space to pursue additional stars.
    Monday, 7:32 am
  • Report: Debate about how to use Iguodala
    There is an "internal debate" about the best way to use Andre Iguodala (knee tendinitis) this season, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

    Advice: Per the SF Chronicle, "there's internal debate about whether it’s better to play Iguodala about 25 minutes per game 75 times or about 35 minutes per game 50 times." Iguodala is expected to begin the season in a sixth man role behind Harrison Barnes, but he's been lukewarm about embracing the role so far.
    Monday, 7:19 am
  • Report: No progress between Leonard, Spurs
    There has been no progress in contract extension talks between Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs, sources tell Yahoo! Sports.

    Advice: Woj reports that the Spurs and Leonard's agent have held "several discussions in recent weeks, but no progress has been made." There is some concern that Leonard could seek an offer sheet like Chandler Parsons did this offseason, so there's still a few ways this could play out. Leonard is seeking a max extension and all indications point to Leonard remaining in San Antonio long-term.
    Monday, 5:50 am
  • Andrew Wiggins (back) ready for Wolves opener
    Andrew Wiggins (back) practiced on Sunday and coach Flip Saunders declared him fully healthy.

    Advice: The Wolves' prized rookie wouldn't have practiced if there was any risk of a setback, and he'll be ready to go for Wednesday's opener vs. the Grizzlies. Fantasy owners should target him toward the latter half of the middle rounds, in the 70-90 range, with the understanding that most rookies are a crapshoot.
    Sunday, 8:13 pm
  • Kerr leans toward Andre Iguodala as sixth-man
    Steve Kerr is still leaning toward using Andre Iguodala as the Warriors' sixth-man on opening night.

    Advice: Kerr called Iguodala the team's "most impactful player" during the preseason. His playmaking could be particularly useful off the bench while Shaun Livingston (toe surgery) is recovering, so there's a chance that Iggy's bench role will be short-lived. For now, at least, Harrison Barnes projects as the starting SF.
    Sunday, 1:24 pm
  • Kawhi Leonard (eye) doesn't practice Sunday
    Kawhi Leonard (eye infection) did not practice on Sunday and his stats for the Spurs' season opener remains in doubt.

    Advice: The Spurs' beat writers sound pessimistic about Kawhi suiting up, but that could change after his re-evaluation on Monday. Fantasy owners may have to get by without their top-20 pick for a game or two but the good news is that his condition has improved and he should return to action before long.
    Sunday, 12:52 pm
  • Kyle Singler will enter season as starting SF
    Kyle Singler will enter the 2014-15 season as the Pistons' starting small forward.

    Advice: Singler will start, but he's not likely to get very many touches on offense, and doesn't look like someone worth owning in standard leagues. With Singler starting at small forward, Josh Smith will likely slide over to the four-spot, and Greg Monroe will head to the bench.
    Sunday, 10:26 am
  • Report: Klay frustrated with extension talks
    Klay Thompson is reportedly frustrated that the Warriors have yet to offer him a max-deal in their ongoing extension talks.

    Advice: The Dubs have until Friday to get a deal done, and Klay is seeking something in the ballpark of $15 million per season, according to sources. While the Warriors have reportedly improved their initial offer, they still haven't offered a full max-deal. Thompson had a terrific preseason, is a focal point of the Warriors offense, and was a key piece to Team USA bringing home the gold during the FIBA World Cup this offseason. If he and the Warriors organization do not come to terms by Friday, Klay will become a restricted free agent at the conclusion of the 2014-15 season.
    Sunday, 7:09 am
  • Perry Jones, Andre Roberson don't practice
    Perry Jones III (knee) and Andre Roberson (ankle) did not practice on Saturday.

    Advice: This is getting ridiculous. While Jones is probably getting a day off, it's still hard to believe how many OKC wings are missing time. Assuming everything is OK, Jones will have some late-round upside in deeper leagues with Anthony Morrow (knee) out to start the season.
    Saturday, 10:33 am
  • Klay Klay: Thompson scores 35 points
    Klay Thompson scored 35 points against the Nuggets during a 119-112 win on Friday, making 13-of-26 from the field with three rebounds, two assists, two blocks and four 3-pointers.

    Advice: Well, someone is playing like they want a max deal. The 3.5 triples per game over his last six games is not a shock, but he has a surprising 1.8 blocks per game in limited playing time over his last four. He did have a massive preseason last year, so fantasy owners shouldn't put too much stock into the past month. However, he's still a terrific guy to take in the fourth round.
    Friday, 10:34 pm
  • Draymond shows his upside again
    Draymond Green scored eight points with five rebounds, three assists and two 3-pointers in 21 minutes against the Nuggets on Friday.

    Advice: He almost always finds a way to put up stats and can really do it all except make free throws consistently. Green is one of our favorite late-round targets.
    Friday, 10:27 pm
  • Rodney Hood keeps draining 3s for Jazz
    Jazz rookie Rodney Hood grabbed a preseason-high eight rebounds in Friday's loss to Phoenix, while scoring nine points on 3-of-9 shooting.

    Advice: All of Hood's makes came from downtown, which highlights his appeal as a specialist in deep leagues. The Jazz ranked 24th in 3-pointers per game last year (6.6) and 25th in 3-point percentage (34.4 percent), so Hood should at least carve out some minutes as a perimeter threat.
    Friday, 8:59 pm
  • James Harden ends preseason on a high note
    James Harden was his usual self against the Spurs on Friday during a 96-87 win, scoring 25 points with four rebounds, two assists, one steal and five 3-pointers.

    Advice: He was the top player in all of fantasy basketball after the break last season and the Rockets lost two of their highest usage-rate guys last season. The Beard is going to dominate again this year and is fantastic top pick in the early first round.
    Friday, 7:47 pm
  • TJ looks good vs. Spurs
    Terrence Jones pulled down 13 rebounds against the Spurs on Friday with 11 points and two blocks in 35 minutes.

    Advice: He's had a hot streak here to end the preseason, which is nice after a letdown earlier in the month. Jones was a top-50 guy after the break last season and should see an increased role. He's a fine target in the middle rounds.
    Friday, 7:41 pm
  • Iman Shumpert scoreless in 15 minutes vs. TOR
    Iman Shumpert missed all six of his field goal attempts and failed to grab any rebounds in 15 scoreless minutes on Friday.

    Advice: He had two assists and two steals but that's small recompense for fantasy owners. Shumpert has the inside track to start at SG but he shot just 37.8 percent last season and is only worth a look if you're in need of 3-pointers and steals.
    Friday, 7:18 pm
  • Andrew Wiggins (back) out for Friday night
    Andrew Wiggins (lower back) will not play on Friday.

    Advice: It would have been nice to see Wiggins get another game in before the season, but he should be ready to go. It's not clear if he's going to start, but the Wolves really need him to create. He should be an option in the middle rounds due to his upside, but fantasy owners won't want to reach too much.
    Friday, 3:52 pm
  • Iman Shumpert likely to start at SG
    Iman Shumpert is expected to start at shooting guard this season.

    Advice: It makes sense because the Knicks need all the help they can get on the wing on defense. He's still a major project on offense, so fantasy owners shouldn't get too excited about this news.
    Friday, 1:19 pm
  • Glen Rice Jr. does some things
    Glen Rice Jr. (ankle) did "a few more things" at practice on Friday.

    Advice: It does not sound like he'll be ready to start the season, so we'll get a chance to find out if Otto Porter's terrific summer league and preseason translate to regular season ball. Porter is worth a look in standard leagues. Rice can be left on the wire.
    Friday, 12:03 pm
    4:00 pm @ Orl
  • James Harden feels he's in mid-season form
    James Harden feels he's entering the 2014-15 season in mid-season.

    Advice: "I feel like I'm mid-season right now and it's still preseason," Harden said. "Basketball-wise, knowledge wise, everything, this summer really helped me out. Being around great players for two months and a great coaching staff, you learn. You learn a lot. Learning from USA Basketball and those coaches helped me a lot." Harden's ability to fill up the stat sheet makes him well worth a top-5 selection in standard leagues, and he's going to come out the gates sprinting. Don't hesitate to grab the best shooting guard in fantasy hoops.
    Friday, 12:01 pm
  • Andrew Wiggins (back) questionable for Friday
    Andrew Wiggins (lower back contusion) is being listed as questionable for Friday's preseason finale vs. the Bulls.

    Advice: Wiggins' injury is not considered serious, and he should be ready for opening night. There's a lot of hype surrounding his name, so if you want him, it's likely going to cost you a mid-round selection.
    Friday, 9:57 am
  • Otto Porter looking for a bounce-back season
    Otto Porter is looking to put last year's injury plagued rookie season behind him, and bounce-back during his sophomore campaign.

    Advice: "I’m thankful to be playing at 100 percent and getting better," Porter said. "I’m trying to play hard each and every time I step onto the court and hopefully everything else will take care of itself." Porter could start off the year as the team's shooting guard with Bradley Beal on the shelf for the first month of the season. He's been practicing at the two-guard position during practices, and during the final five preseason games he averaged 14.8 points, 4.4 boards, 2.0 assists, 2.4 steals and 1.2 triples on 51.9 percent from the field. There's a lot of upside here, and Porter looks like someone worth taking a late-round flier on in standard leagues.
    Friday, 7:39 am
  • Kyle Singler drops an efficient 19 points
    Kyle Singler scored a game-high 19 points against the Sixers on Thursday with three rebounds, three steals and four 3-pointers.

    Advice: Yes, this line comes with a grain of salt when "against the Sixers" is in the opening sentence, but Singler has made it clear he deserves minutes. If Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (knee) isn't healthy, the Duke product should be a factor in fantasy leagues. He's still not a terrific target in standard leagues at this time.
    Thursday, 8:54 pm
  • Caron Butler scores 18 points against Philly
    Caron Butler scored 18 points with eight rebounds, two assists, one steal and two 3-pointers in 25 minutes against the 76ers on Friday.

    Advice: He's a possible starter on opening night for the Pistons and coach Stan Van Gundy seems to like Butler for his range. Of course, he won't get many minutes given he's 34 and hurt a lot, so he's only a target in deeper leagues.
    Thursday, 8:49 pm
  • Josh Smith flirts with a triple double Thurs.
    Josh Smith flirted with a triple-double against the 76ers on Thursday with 17 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists, one block and one 3-pointer in 33 minutes.

    Advice: It was easily his best game and it came with Greg Monroe getting some rest. Smith still only made 38.2 percent from the field in his previous three games and his shot selection isn't much better, so he's still very unlikely to be above 45 percent this season. Plus, he's made just 47.6 percent at the line this month. Besides the shooting, Smith should be very good, so he's worth a look in the middle rounds.
    Thursday, 8:32 pm
  • Kawhi Leonard sees eye doctor on Thursday
    Kawhi Leonard visited the eye doctor on Thursday and showed signs of improvement.

    Advice: He will also be re-evaluated on Monday. Considering the Spurs open the regular season against the Mavericks on Tuesday, his status is very much up in the air. Coming off his Finals MVP performance, fantasy owners were hoping Leonard would continue his progression as an all-around performer. Unfortunately due to this eye issue, we may have to wait a bit longer to see him take the court.
    Thursday, 2:32 pm
  • Mark Jackson thinks Klay Thompson worth max
    Former Warriors head coach Mark Jackson said that he thinks Klay Thompson is worth a max contract.

    Advice: As the deadline to keep Thompson from becoming a restricted free agent after the 2014-15 season approaches, Jackson made his feelings clear about his former player. "He’s a guy that will make a boatload of money and in my opinion the best two-way shooting guard in the world, and it’s not even close," Jackson said. "He’s got to get [the max contract]." Thompson has had a strong preseason and is a safe early-round target for fantasy owners due to his three-point shooting prowess.
    Thursday, 6:48 am
  • LeBron James decides who has a big game
    An unnamed teammate told the Akron Beacon-Journal that LeBron James has the ability to decide who he wants to have a big game.

    Advice: "He can decide who he wants to get going and who he wants to have a big game," an unnamed teammate said. "You saw it a couple weeks ago with Kevin [Love] and the other night with Andy [Varejao]." James' ability as a floor general is well-supported by his career average of 6.9 assists per game, but he had previously said that the Cavaliers are Kyrie Irving's team so it will be interesting to see how that plays out. Fantasy owners who draft Irving and Kevin Love may be in for some unpredictable nights, but each of the Cavs' "Big 3" are still one of the better fantasy options at their respective position.
    Thursday, 6:22 am
  • Otto-matic: Porter drops 22 points vs. Knicks
    Otto Porter kept his momentum going against the Knicks in his 31 minutes in the starting lineup on Wednesday, scoring 22 points on 9-of-15 from the field with two rebounds, one assist, three steals and four 3-pointers.

    Advice: He is absolutely rolling right now. Over his last five games, Porter averaged 14.8 points, 4.4 boards, 2.0 assists, 2.4 steals and 1.2 triples on 51.9 percent from the field. If he can consistently make triples, Porter could really be in for a fantastic sophomore season. He's on the radar in standard leagues and should start off strong while Bradley Beal (wrist) is on the shelf.
    Wednesday, 7:06 pm
  • Terrence Jones goes off before neck issue
    Terrence Jones went to the locker room on Wednesday due to an apparent neck issue and did not return.

    Advice: It doesn't sound serious, but we'll keep an eye on it. Jones went off before leaving the game, scoring nine points with eight rebounds, two assists, two steals, four blocks and one 3-pointer. He'll be a key part of the frontcourt rotation and last year's post-break run makes him a terrific target in the middle rounds.
    Wednesday, 6:24 pm
  • Perry Jones gets his extension
    The Thunder exercised their fourth-year option on Perry Jones III.

    Advice: It's an obvious move and he'll have his best chance to put up numbers this season. Jones could start at small forward with Kevin Durant (foot) out, which makes sense because he can play the stretch four -- like KD does. He's on the radar in deep leagues.
    Wednesday, 5:11 pm
  • Kawhi Leonard (eye) doing some workouts
    Kawhi Leonard (eyes) has been working out away from the team and won't be at the AT&T Center on Wednesday.

    Advice: He's questionable to start the year with an eye infection. Most eye infections last 3-5 days, so this is one of the stranger developments of the preseason. Still, Leonard should be bumped down draft boards after turning in top-10 value after the break last season.
    Wednesday, 4:20 pm
  • Andrew Wiggins (back) will not play on Wed.
    Andrew Wiggins (back) will not play against the Bucks on Wednesday.

    Advice: He has a lower back contusion and he should be ready to start the season. Wiggins' exact role is unclear, but considering how few playmakers the Wolves have on offense, you'd think he gets his chances to score. If you want him, you can probably look to grab him around pick 70, but there are some more proven studs at that ADP.
    Wednesday, 3:38 pm
  • Paul Pierce (knee) won't play on Wednesday
    Paul Pierce (knee) will not play against the Knicks on Wednesday.

    Advice: It's just a knee bruise for Pierce and he's fully expected to be ready to go next week. Pierce's minutes and usage rate will be headed south this year, so he's more of a late-round target in standard leagues.
    Wednesday, 3:16 pm
  • Omri Casspi (back) returns to practice
    Omri Casspi (back) returned to practice on Wednesday.

    Advice: He missed Monday's preseason game with his back issue, which hasn't been an issue since 2011. Casspi will back up Rudy Gay and won't have much fantasy value.
    Wednesday, 3:11 pm
  • Trevor Ariza not playing on Wednesday night
    Trevor Ariza will not play against the Magic on Wednesday.

    Advice: He's just getting a night off and has played fairly well in the preseason. Ariza has an effective field goal percentage of at least 50 percent in five of the six preseason contests. He won't be quite as good as last year, but he's still a nice target in the middle rounds.
    Wednesday, 2:44 pm
  • Shumpert one of Phil Jackson's 'favorites'
    Iman Shumpert is one of Phil Jackson's "favorites" on the Knicks' roster, and Jackson called him "simply our best on-ball defender" against SGs and bigger PGs.

    Advice: Jackson criticized Shumpert's "very inconsistent" shooting mechanics, but he's confident that Shump will bounce back offensively after averaging just 6.7 points on 37.8 percent shooting last season. The starting SG job is Shumpert's to lose and his ability to chip in consistent 3-pointers and steals makes him a late-round option in deeper leagues.
    Wednesday, 9:48 am
  • Wes Johnson stuffs stat sheet in Lakers' loss
    Wes Johnson finished Tuesday's loss with 15 points, three 3-pointers, eight rebounds, two assists, two steals and three blocks, but he also committed eight turnovers and missed a critical pair of free throws.

    Advice: Xavier Henry (knee) and Nick Young (thumb) are both out of commission, which helps Johnson's cause, but he may hold onto a starting job even when L.A. is at full strength. This was his first double-digit scoring game of the preseason but has unique fantasy appeal after averaging 1.3 triples, 1.1 steals and 1.0 blocks for the depleted Lakers last season. Give him a look if you need a swingman in the final round.
    Tuesday, 10:01 pm
  • Andrew Wiggins unlikely to play Wednesday
    Andrew Wiggins is unlikely to play on Wednesday due to swelling after a hard fall in Sunday's exhibition.

    Advice: Wiggins' backside swelled up overnight but it doesn't sound serious and he should be considered day-to-day. Whether or not he's in the starting lineup on opening night, Wiggins should work his way into a fantasy-worthy role before long.
    Tuesday, 9:40 pm
  • Terrence Jones struggles again in start
    Terrence Jones hit just 2-of-9 shots for seven points, eight rebounds, two steals and zero blocks in 28 minutes and a start on Tuesday.

    Advice: He's been highly disappointing this preseason, but at least he started and got the minutes tonight. We still think the starting job is his on opening night, but we have cooled a bit on him. He's struggled thus far and Kevin McHale seems to like Donatas Motiejunas a little too much. But for now, Jones still looks like the starter, and could immediately start playing better once the games count.
    Tuesday, 8:10 pm
  • Perry Jones scores 20 off OKC bench
    Perry Jones came off the bench again on Tuesday and hit 6-of-13 shots and two 3-pointers for 20 points, four rebounds and an assist.

    Advice: He's still battling for the starting SF job in the absence of Kevin Durant (broken foot), but it's also possible that Anthony Morrow has won the job. Either way, Jones should get a lot of run off the bench and is worth a late look in most fantasy leagues, along with Morrow. Jones hit just 6-of-11 free throws tonight, which is something to keep an eye on if you're thinking about drafting him.
    Tuesday, 8:07 pm
  • Anthony Bennett scores 17 points in 17 min.
    Anthony Bennett got hot and hit 7-of-9 shots for 17 points, five rebound and a steal in just 17 minutes off the bench on Tuesday.

    Advice: Bennett looked very good tonight, but Andrew Wiggins wasn't playing and Thaddeus Young had a quiet game. Bennett is worth keeping a close eye on going forward, and showed no signs of a knee injury that's been bothering him lately.
    Tuesday, 7:39 pm
  • Magic still in talks with Tobias Harris
    The Magic continue to work on an extension with F Tobias Harris, but the two sides aren't said to be close.

    Advice: Now that Nikola Vucevic has signed a new deal, it's possible talks pick up between Harris and the Magic.
    Tuesday, 4:38 pm
  • Andrew Wiggins will not play on Tuesday
    Andrew Wiggins will not play on Tuesday after taking a hard fall on his backside in his last game.

    Advice: "He's this point he's probably 50-50," Flip Saunders said. Corey Brewer will start in his place, while Wiggins should be considered day-to-day.
    Tuesday, 4:05 pm
  • Paul Pierce (knee) traveling w/ Wizards
    Paul Pierce (bruised knee) is traveling with the Wizards for Wednesday's game in New York.

    Advice: Whether he plays is another question, but the injury doesn't seem serious enough to jeopardize his availability on opening night. He'll have a healthy role in the Wizards' offense, especially while Bradley Beal is out, and he's a safe target in the late rounds.
    Tuesday, 12:48 pm
  • LeBron James will rest Wed. vs. Grizzlies
    Cavs coach David Blatt plans to rest LeBron James vs. the Grizzlies on Wednesday.

    Advice: LBJ has played in five preseason games despite a minor back injury that bothered him during training camp, and it's not surprising to see him get a night off. His absence should open up more minutes for veterans James Jones, Shawn Marion and Mike Miller.
    Tuesday, 12:44 pm
  • Anthony Bennett (knee) expects to play Tue.
    Anthony Bennett (sore knee) expects to play vs. the Pacers on Tuesday.

    Advice: Shabazz Muhammad (Achilles) is also returning to action, leaving Minnesota with a blank injury report for the first time this preseason. Bennett's backup role makes him someone to avoid in 12-team fantasy leagues, but he's worth keeping an eye on as the season progresses.
    Tuesday, 12:30 pm
  • James Harden committed to playing better D
    James Harden said he's committed to being a better defensive player this season.

    Advice: With Harden's defense (or lack thereof) a common topic in NBA circles, the 25-year-old is committed to silencing his critics this season. "It's not a matter of whether I can or can't play defense," Harden said. "It's just a matter of me focusing for 48 minutes throughout a game and making sure that I'm always alert on both ends of the floor. It's up to me to go out there and show my leadership, to show that I can play both ends of the floor at a high level and just do it." Harden's defense shouldn't be of much to concern to fantasy owners as his 2013-14 averages of 25.4 points, 4.7 rebounds. 6.1 assists, 1.6 steals, and 2.4 three-pointers make him an easy selection in the middle of the first round.
    Tuesday, 9:58 am
  • Terrence Jones putting in extra work
    Terrence Jones is putting in extra work after practice with Donatas Motiejunas.

    Advice: Jones and Motiejunas have assigned themselves a post-practice routine that they hope will take their games to another level this season. "We just put in extra work trying to get better," Jones. "We know the four position is a big role for this team. We're just trying to make sure we're prepared for the end of the season by putting in the extra work. It's something we're going to get used to, being the last ones out." While Jones and Motiejunas are battling for the Rockets starting PF job, both should see enough minutes to warrant a late-round fantasy selection.
    Tuesday, 7:41 am
  • LeBron James is NBA's most popular player
    LeBron James was voted the NBA's most popular player in a recent poll conducted by ESPN.

    Advice: 18.4 percent of surveyed fans named James their favorite NBA player, which almost doubled the 9.4 percent vote he received in 2010-11 due to The Decision. While the years have likely softened some voters, a return to his hometown Cavaliers likely accounted for a jump among voters aged 35-54. The popularity vote won't help his fantasy value, but James should still be the first player selected in fantasy drafts with Kevin Durant injured.
    Tuesday, 6:57 am
  • James plays well; will sit out on Wed vs. MEM
    LeBron James scored 18 points on 6-of-11 shooting with seven rebounds, six assists, one steal, one block and two 3-pointers in the Cavs' 107-98 preseason win over the Bulls.

    Advice: James said after the game that he will not play on Wednesday against the Grizzlies (rest). He's worthy of a No. 1 pick now that Kevin Durant is hurt but owners have also been selecting Anthony Davis and/or Stephen Curry ahead of him, too.
    Monday, 8:06 pm
  • Otto Porter going on a mid-range fest
    Otto Porter made 4-of-10 from the field on Monday for 12 points with three rebounds, three assists, two steals and two turnovers in 35 minutes.

    Advice: He is living and dying by the mid-range jumper since Las Vegas, but the looks haven't been as clean as they were at Las Vegas Summer League. The Wizards are definitely going to use his length and they continue to play him a lot in the preseason. He's likely the beneficiary of the Brad Beal (wrist) injury, but he's more of a late-round pick in 14- and 16-team leagues.
    Monday, 7:07 pm
  • Casspi (back) out on Monday vs. Spurs
    Omri Casspi (back) will not play in Monday's preseason game against the Spurs.

    Advice: As you can see there are a lot of folks taking the night off. Casspi is a pure backup for Sacramento and has no fantasy value.
    Monday, 4:37 pm
  • Paul Pierce (rest/knee) out Monday vs. NO
    Paul Pierce (rest/knee) will not suit up for Monday's exhibition against the Pelicans.

    Advice: Pierce had a hard fall during Friday's preseason game, and he did not participate in Sunday's practice, but the injury is not considered serious. Pierce should be ready to go for opening night, and he's shaping up to be a great value pick in the later rounds of standard leagues for his ability to contribute to all areas of the stat sheet.
    Monday, 3:55 pm
  • Wiz non-committal on Glen Rice Jr.
    The Wizards have been "totally non-committal" on Glen Rice Jr. (ankle) for the season opener.

    Advice: He hasn't been moving much at practice and it would appear he's closer to doubtful. If the Wizards feel comfortable with Garrett Temple and Otto Porter at the shooting guard spot, there's no need to rush Rice back into the lineup. If you're looking to make a pickup from the Bradley Beal (wrist) fallout, Porter is probably your guy in deeper leagues.
    Oct 20, 8:56 am
    4:00 pm @ Orl
  • Rodney Hood has another solid outing
    Rodney Hood scored nine points in 27 minutes against the Lakers on Sunday with six rebounds, one assist, one steal and two 3-pointers.

    Advice: He's played in four preseason games and has an impressive effective field goal percentage of 67.4 percent. Hood looks like a lock for the rotation despite some early foul trouble issues this month and he could be a threat to make 1.5 triples per game. He's on the radar in deep leagues.
    Oct 20, 6:25 am
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