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  • DeJuan Blair will be inactive for Game 1
    DeJuan Blair will be inactive for Game 1 against the Hawks on Sunday.

    Advice: Blair hasn't played in the postseason yet, so this isn't surprising. Drew Gooden will continue to be the primary big off the bench for the Wizards.
    Today, 9:54 am
  • Kyle O'Quinn disappointed with his season
    Kyle O'Quinn was not happy with the way he performed this season.

    Advice: "Me personally, I don't think I played the way I should have," O'Quinn said. "It was too up-and-down for me." O'Quinn appeared in just 51 games this season after falling out of the rotation under interim head coach James Borrego and battling ankle injuries, but he is still just 25 years old and has plenty of potential. O'Quinn is set to become a restricted free agent this summer, but all signs point to him wearing a Magic uniform for the start of the 2015-16 season. As of right now, O'Quinn won't be a target in standard fantasy drafts.
    Today, 7:45 am
  • Glen Davis (ankle) plays well
    Glen Davis (ankle) played 11 minutes against the Spurs on Saturday with six points, three rebounds and two blocks.

    Advice: Chris Paul overshadows his injury just a bit. Davis scored on his first possession and had a nice game. He'll be ready to go on Monday.
    Yesterday, 8:25 pm
  • Glen Davis (ankle) will play in Game 7
    Glen Davis (ankle) will play against the Spurs on Saturday.

    Advice: This comes from coach Doc Rivers and is as official as we'll get. Rivers said Davis is "good" for this game, so expect him to play around 10-15 minutes tonight. Blake Griffin should be around 42 minutes and DeAndre Jordan's playing time will be based on how often he's fouled.
    Yesterday, 3:16 pm
  • Report: Glen Davis feeling better for Game 7
    Glen Davis (ankle) is feeling better and it wouldn't be a surprise to see him play in Game 7 on Saturday.

    Advice: Considering he had to be in a wheelchair on Thursday, it's somewhat surprising to see Davis is feeling so much better today. While Big Baby is hardly a make-or-break player, it will be nice to have him available in order to keep Blake Griffin under 44 minutes tonight. We'll likely have an update around 90 minutes before the 8:00 EDT start time.
    Yesterday, 11:23 am
  • Billy Donovan addresses Durant's free agency
    Thunder coach Billy Donovan's priority is to "develop a better relationship" with Kevin Durant.

    Advice: Donovan was hired on Thursday and Durant won't hit free agency until July 2016, but questions about Durant's future already loom large. "With his rehab I think we will have a chance to sit down and really spend a lot of time together," Donovan said. "I feel very, very confident in the organization and I think the organization and Kevin ... are a great match." Durant has been nothing but supportive of Donovan's hiring, and he's expected to be fully recovered from his foot surgery in 3-5 months.
    Yesterday, 7:29 am
  • Donatas Motiejunas still out 2-3 months
    Donatas Motiejunas (back) is still expected to miss the next 2-3 months.

    Advice: He was already ruled out for the playoffs and now he could miss some time during his offseason program. Motiejunas needed a lumbar microdiscectomy on Apr. 10 and should be ready for training camp. It'll be interesting to see how much playing time he gets with Terrence Jones playing well.
    Friday, 1:10 pm
    W, 117-91 vs Uta
  • Glen Davis (ankle) is questionable for Game 7
    Glen Davis (ankle) is listed as questionable to play against the Spurs in Game 7 on Saturday.

    Advice: Coach Doc Rivers didn't have a noteworthy update today and we should get a better idea at shootaround on Saturday. Davis fortunately seems to have avoided a serious injury after needing a wheelchair on Thursday night. If he's out, Spencer Hawes may get a couple more minutes, but expect DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin to get 40 minutes each.
    Friday, 12:08 pm
  • Rumor: GSW will go after Durant as an UFA
    According to Klay Thompson's father, Mychal Thompson, the Warriors are expected to "go hard after Kevin Durant" when he becomes an unrestricted free agent at the conclusion of the 2015-16 season.

    Advice: This report should be viewed with some substantial skepticism given what the Warriors would need to do to make this a reality. Yes, David Lee's massive contract will come off the books, and the salary cap will skyrocket when Durant becomes a free agent, but that still would only give the Warriors roughly $11 million in cap room to spend on a $25 million player. They would need to trade away some contracts to make the necessary room, and while it's not impossible, at this juncture it would seem highly improbable that Durant lands in Golden State as a free agent.
    Friday, 11:12 am
  • Glen Davis (ankle) listed as day-to-day
    Glen Davis (ankle) is officially being listed as day-to-day, and his status for Saturday's Game 7 against the Spurs remains uncertain.

    Advice: Davis is set to be re-evaluated later today, but given that he needed wheelchair to get to the locker room after sustaining the injury during Thursday's Game 6, we're going to be considering him doubtful for Saturday's Game 7 in Los Angeles. If Davis is unable to go, Blake Griffin will log as close to 48 minutes as possible in a do-or-die Game 7 for the Clippers.
    Friday, 10:51 am
  • Glen Davis (ankle) uncertain for Game 7
    Glen Davis suffered low ankle sprain during Thursday's Game 6 win over the Spurs, and his status for Saturday's Game 7 has yet to be determined.

    Advice: Davis was in a considerable amount of pain after the injury, and he needed to be taken off the court in a wheelchair, so we're going to consider him doubtful for Game 7. Without Davis, Blake Griffin will get all the run he can handle, while Spencer Hawes and Ekpe Udoh will have the opportunity to log some extended minutes off the bench. The Clippers could also elect to go small and give Matt Barnes and Hedo Turkoglu some minutes at the four-spot. Griffin is the only guy with any meaningful fantasy value out of the group.
    Friday, 8:29 am
  • Boris Diaw scores 17 points, Spurs lose
    Boris Diaw scored 17 points off the bench in Game 6 during a 102-96 loss on Thursday, adding four rebounds, five assists, one steal and one 3-pointer in 28 minutes against the Clippers.

    Advice: Tim Duncan was not great with 12 points, 13 boards and three assists while Manu Ginobili had just three points in 14 minutes. The Spurs had one of their worst games from an offensive standpoint and just missed a ton of open shots. Game 7 will be at 8:00 EDT on Saturday.
    Thursday, 9:46 pm
  • Glen Davis hurts ankle on Thursday
    Glen Davis suffered a left ankle injury in the fourth quarter on Thursday night.

    Advice: He couldn't put much weight on his left leg and received some treatment on the bench. He was in a lot of pain and needed to be taken off in a wheelchair, so this sounds like a serious injury or even an Achilles problem. He checked out with two points, three rebounds and two turnovers in 10 minutes.
    Thursday, 8:48 pm
  • Nick Collison (knee surgery) out 4-6 weeks
    Nick Collison had knee surgery on Thursday and will be sidelined for 4-6 weeks.

    Advice: It's just a knee scope and he should be ready to roll for training camp. Collison had his knee scoped last summer and he'll likely be needing procedures in the future.
    Thursday, 5:42 pm
  • Kevin Durant 'excited' to learn from Donovan
    Kevin Durant said that he's "excited to learn" from Billy Donovan, that he will do whatever his head coach asks him to do.

    Advice: Durant seems to be pleased with OKC's hiring, and he said that he's reached out to Mike Miller and Chandler Parsons to pick their brains about what it's like to play for Donovan, and he's heard nothing but positives. Durant is one of those players that's so talented it really doesn't matter what "system" he's put in to perform at a top-3 level, but coming off an injury plagued season, he'll make for a bit of a risky selection in next year's drafts.
    Thursday, 4:07 pm
  • Chris Kaman would like to return with Blazers
    Chris Kaman said during his exit interview that while he's unsure whether or not the Trail Blazers will pick up his option for next season, he would be happy to return to Portland.

    Advice: Kaman finally had a relatively healthy season this year, making it through 74 games with averages of 8.6 points, 6.5 rebounds and 0.7 blocks per game on 51.5 percent shooting from the field. He's a quality role player, and he fits well in Portland's system, but at this point in his career he's well off the radar in standard fantasy leagues. It'll be interesting to see if Portland elects to pick up his option worth $5 million for the 2015-16 season, but if they don't, that could translate to more minutes for Meyers Leonard.
    Thursday, 2:35 pm
  • Meyers Leonard hopes to be a rotation player
    Meyers Leonard stated during his exit interview that he hopes to become a regular rotation player next season.

    Advice: "I sure hope so," Leonard said of becoming a regular in Portland's rotations. "Obviously, this offseason is huge for me." Leonard's per-36-minutes numbers are intriguing at 13.9 points, 10.6 rebounds, 2.0 three-pointers, and 0.6 blocks per game, and he could be in line for a healthy heaping of minutes if LaMarcus Aldridge decides to bolt during free agency. Leonard also stated that he would like to improve on his defense and rebounding this summer, and he'll be an intriguing guy to monitor if Aldridge indeed leaves the Portland franchise.
    Thursday, 2:15 pm
  • Jae Crowder will receive qualifying offer
    Celtics president Danny Ainge said Jae Crowder will receive a qualifying offer from the team.

    Advice: "I can emphatically say that we will definitely qualify Jae Crowder," Ainge said, "which I think is pretty obvious." After extending the $1.2 million qualifying offer, the Celtics will have the chance to match any offer the restricted free agent gets. Ainge has previously said the Celtics view Crowder as a big part of their team going forward, so it would be a surprise if he isn't back in Boston next season.
    Thursday, 8:19 am
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Celtics would like to re-sign Jonas Jerebko
    Celtics president Danny Ainge said the Celtics would like to re-sign Jonas Jerebko.

    Advice: Speaking on a local radio station, Ainge said he likes the "Swedish Larry Bird", but re-signing him will depend on the cost and the team's draft moves. Jerebko averaged 7.1 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.0 assists, and 0.9 three-pointers in 29 games with the Celtics and would help provide the team with some veteran depth, but he's unlikely to be a major part of any team's rotation next year and isn't on the standard-league fantasy radar.
    Thursday, 7:46 am
  • Durant happy with potential Donovan hiring
    Kevin Durant is reportedly happy with the Thunder's interest in Billy Donovan as the team's next head coach.

    Advice: With news that Billy Donovan is nearing a multi-year deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kevin Durant has done his own research on the coach and is optimistic about the hiring. While Donovan doesn't have any NBA experience, he is one of the premier coaches in college hoops and will inherit a very talented roster. As long as Durant returns healthy for the 2015-16 season, he should have no problem thriving in Donovan's system and will likely be a top-5 selection in most fantasy drafts.
    Thursday, 7:32 am
  • Meyers Leonard fouls out in 32 minutes Weds
    Meyers Leonard fouled out in 32 minutes vs. the Grizzlies on Wednesday, finishing the game with nine points, four boards, one assist and three 3-pointers.

    Advice: Incredibly, Leonard was 10-of-13 from beyond the arc this series, and tonight marked the second time in a row that he played more minutes that Robin Lopez. Leonard obviously made a name for himself in this series, and he could potentially be in line for more minutes next season if LaMarcus Aldridge decides to bolt town in free agency. We would recommend keeping a close eye on this situation in the offseason.
    Wednesday, 10:15 pm
  • Meyers Leonard, C.J. McCollum off bench again
    Coach Terry Stotts said he has not considered changing the starting lineup.

    Advice: This really isn't a surprise at all. Meyers "Legend" Leonard excelled off the bench against Marc Gasol while C.J. McCollum had no trouble causing defensive breakdowns. Expect both guys to play most of the second and fourth quarters with some time in the first and third too.
    Wednesday, 11:39 am
  • Jonas Jerebko wants to remain a Celtic
    Jonas Jerebko is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, but he is hopeful to return to the Celtics.

    Advice: "I loved it here," Jerebko said. "I’d love to come back. I’d definitely like to keep this going." Jerebko averaged 7.1 points and 4.8 rebounds per game off the bench this season for Boston, and though he does help spread the floor with his perimeter shooting, it would be tough to imagine him having a significant role next season once the Celtics reload through the draft and free agency. He should garner some interest around the league, but in terms of fantasy, he isn't on the standard-league radar for the 2015-16 season at the moment.
    Wednesday, 8:32 am
  • Andrea Bargnani speaks highly of Knicks
    In an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport, Andrea Bargnani said that he loves the Knicks and is hopeful that he will return to New York next season.

    Advice: "I am happy with the Knicks. I love the city and the organization. There is an important project here" Bargnani said. "I will consider all the offers I receive from July. I want to remain in the NBA. And I will. I am at the peak of my basketball career and I want to win in the NBA." Bargnani was surprisingly decent down the stretch for the Knicks and averaged 14.8 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 29 appearances. New York obviously has big plans in free agency and the draft, so it will be interesting to see if they prioritize bringing Il Mago back.
    Wednesday, 8:02 am
    L, 112-90 vs Det
  • Jae Crowder will likely be a restricted FA
    According to the Boston Globe, the Celtics will likely extend Jae Crowder a qualifying offer of $1.1 million which would make him a restricted free agent.

    Advice: It would be an easy decision for Boston, as Crowder's physical play and work ethic was contagious to his teammates. Other teams would have to overpay to pry Crowder away from the Celtics if he does become a restricted free agent, so we would expect him to see him in a Boston uniform for the 2015-16 campaign. Crowder is also nursing a sprained ACL and bone bruise, so we will continue to track his progress closely.
    Wednesday, 7:49 am
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Boris Diaw's clutch play boosts Spurs to 3-2
    Boris Diaw came up clutch during Game 5 in L.A. on Tuesday, notching 10 points, one 3-pointer, seven rebounds and one steal in 24 minutes.

    Advice: Diaw made a few timely buckets to help the Spurs escape with a four-point victory, including a critical 3-pointer and a savvy turnaround jumper to beat the shot clock (which you can view via the link below). He's averaging 4.3 assists in the playoffs while committing a mere 0.5 turnovers, giving him an astounding 8.5 assist-to-turnover ratio.
    Tuesday, 11:21 pm
  • Coach says re-signing Omer Asik a priority
    Pelicans head coach Monty Williams said re-signing Omer Asik is one of the big issues for next season.

    Advice: Asik will have plenty of suitors as he hits the market as an unrestricted free agent, but he has a big supporter in Williams. The 28-year-old averaged 7.3 points, 9.8 rebound, and 0.7 blocks during the 2014-15 season, so while he's not the flashiest option for fantasy owners, he'll provide his owners with a solid base in rebounds no matter where he ends up next season.
    Tuesday, 10:53 am
  • TOR GM says James Johnson needs consistency
    Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri said James Johnson is a great talent, but still needs to improve upon his weaknesses.

    Advice: Ujiri said that Johnson had an up-and-dowon 2014-15 season and needs to build trust with head coach Dwane Casey. While the 28-year-old has potential, his regular season averages of 7.9 points, 3.7 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 0.8 steals, and 1.0 blocks leave a bit to be desired from fantasy owners. Johnson could be worth rostering in standard fantasy leagues if he plays up to his potential, but we'll need to see more consistency out of him before recommending him beyond deeper fantasy leagues.
    Tuesday, 8:44 am
    W, 92-87 vs Cha
  • Elton Brand interested in New York Knicks
    Elton Brand said he'd be interested in playing for the New York Knicks if he decides to play another season.

    Advice: Brand said he almost signed with the Knicks last season before deciding to return to the Hawks, but hope the Knicks will pursue him again this summer. "I got to make a decision if I’m going to play and come back,’’ Brand said. "[The Knicks] are definitely on the radar for sure. Yeah, I’m thinking about it. Moving on to something else, but I still also love to play and still feel good. I’m going to look at both options." We'll keep an eye on Brand's situation once his Hawks are out of the playoffs, but the 36-year-old doesn't offer much for fantasy owners no matter where he plays next season.
    Tuesday, 6:26 am
    L, 91-85 @ Chi
  • The Legend Continues: Meyers Leonard nets 13
    Meyers Leonard picked up 35 minutes of playing time against the Grizzlies on Monday with 13 points, 13 boards, two assists one steal and three 3-pointers on 5-of-6 from the field.

    Advice: That's an effective field goal percentage of 108.3 and Leonard took playing time away from Robin Lopez, who played just 21 minutes with six points and three rebounds. The Blazers have gained more confidence in Leonard since the break and he could have a bigger role next season. A lot of that will have to do with LaMarcus Aldridge.
    Monday, 10:32 pm
  • Jae Crowder calls J.R. Smith play cheap
    Jae Crowder described J.R. Smith's play against him as a cheap shot.

    Advice: "Cheap shots. But it is what it is." The good news is that Crowder is expected to avoid surgery and appears to have avoided a major injury, but his ACL sprain will take several weeks of rest and rehab.
    Apr 27, 9:56 am
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Crowder has ACL sprain, won't need surgery
    Jae Crowder (knee) has been diagnosed with an ACL sprain and bone bruise, and he's expected to avoid surgery.

    Advice: This is fantastic news for Crowder ahead of his restricted free agency, and it's a nice development after Crowder was maliciously taken out of the game by J.R. Smith. Crowder will need rest and rehab in order to recover, and he will have a ton of suitors on the open market after breaking out in a big way with the Celtics. For what it's worth, Boston GM Danny Ainge has said repeatedly that the team wants to re-sign No. 99. He's quickly turned into a fan favorite, as well.
    Apr 27, 8:52 am
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Report: Asik expected to return to Pelicans
    According to ESPN's Marc Stein, "initial signals" suggest Omer Asik will return to the Pelicans next season.

    Advice: Asik, an unrestricted free agent, should have no shortage of interest on the open market considering what he brings to the table. With a looming max extension also in the picture for Anthony Davis along with Jrue Holiday, Eric Gordon and Tyreke Evans all on the roster, the Pelicans are going to have to make some interesting decisions this offseason as the team looks to improve its ceiling.
    Apr 27, 7:17 am
  • Chris Kaman (ankle) probable for Game 4
    Chris Kaman (ankle) is being listed as probable for Game 4 against the Grizzlies on Monday.

    Advice: Kaman will likely see his minutes in the teens, but he's not going to do enough on the stat sheet to matter in fantasy leagues. Kaman's minutes will come at the expense of Meyers Leonard.
    Apr 26, 2:39 pm
  • Jae Crowder (knee) will get MRI on Sunday
    Jae Crowder is scheduled to undergo an MRI to determine the severity of the knee injury that he suffered during Sunday's Game 4 loss to the Cavs.

    Advice: Crowder had played very well during his time with the Celtics, so this is very unfortunate timing as he is set to become a restricted free agent this offseason. The injury didn't look good at all, and Crowder wasn't able to put any weight on his left leg as he was helped to the locker room. We're hoping for the best for Crowder, and we'll provide an update on what the Celtics are currently calling a sprain as soon as more information becomes available. Stay tuned.
    Apr 26, 1:14 pm
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Jae Crowder leaves Game 4 with knee sprain
    Jae Crowder left Game 4 against the Cavs' with a left knee sprain, and he will not return.

    Advice: Crowder got caught with a nasty elbow from J.R. Smith that caused him to fall to the ground awkwardly, and in the process he injured his knee. He needed to be helped to the locker room, and there's really no way that Smith doesn't receive a suspension from the league for his actions today, the only question is how many games he’ll be forced to miss. Crowder ended Sunday's game with seven points, three rebounds and one assist through 17 minutes of action.
    Apr 26, 11:50 am
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Jae Crowder will start over Marcus Smart
    Jae Crowder will be replacing Marcus Smart in the starting lineup for Game 4 against the Cavaliers on Sunday.

    Advice: Crowder pretty much made it clear in practice on Saturday that he would be in the starting lineup, so this news was expected. There could be additional changes to the lineup as well, so be sure to stay tuned for updates. Smart hasn't played that well in this series so far, and it makes sense to get a physical presence in the lineup such as Crowder to help contain LeBron James. Expect Evan Turner and Avery Bradley to have some extra ball-handling responsibilities as well.
    Apr 26, 7:55 am
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Chris Kaman (ankle) returns to action
    Chris Kaman (ankle) returned from a one-game absence and saw 17 minutes of action in Game 3 against the Grizzlies on Saturday.

    Advice: Kaman finished with two points, six boards and one assist, but he was clearly hobbling and he probably shouldn't have played tonight. The veteran probably won't be close to 100 percent for the rest of the series, but we will continue to keep a close eye on his status in advance of Game 4 on Monday. For what it's worth, Kaman's ankle was noticeably swollen after the game, so it's admirable that he tried to play through the pain for his teammates.
    Apr 25, 11:08 pm
  • Chris Kaman (ankle) will play in Game 3
    Chris Kaman (ankle) will play in Game 3 vs. the Grizzlies on Saturday.

    Advice: He was held out of Game 2 and didn't practice on Friday, but he made it clear that he would be available tonight. Kaman isn't 100 percent, but he should see minutes in the teens which means that Joel Freeland may not be in the rotation. Meyers Leonard may also see less minutes.
    Apr 25, 7:46 pm
  • Jae Crowder says he will be starting Game 4
    Jae Crowder said he will be in the starting lineup for Game 4 on Sunday.

    Advice: There will also be additional changes to the lineup according to Avery Bradley, but those details haven't been released yet. Crowder and Jonas Jerebko started the second half of Game 3 in place of Marcus Smart and Brandon Bass, so it appears that Smart will be the first victim of the lineup change. Jerebko was also running with the first unit at practice on Saturday, so changes appear to be imminent. We should know more details after shootaround, and we will continue to follow this story very closely. The Celtics have lost the first three games of the series, so nothing will likely be off the table as they look to avoid a sweep vs. the Cavaliers.
    Apr 25, 11:04 am
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Chris Kaman, Arron Afflalo planning to play
    Chris Kaman (ankle) and Arron Afflalo (shoulder) are planning to play on Saturday in Game 3.

    Advice: Kaman is listed as questionable and he said he didn't do anything in practice on Friday. "I know once I tape it and get the right drugs in me, everything will be good," Kaman said. "I’m ready to play tomorrow." He's likely looking at minutes in the teens and will bump Joel Freeland out of the rotation while taking away some time from Meyers Leonard.
    Apr 24, 4:44 pm
  • Chris Kaman (ankle) questionable for Saturday
    Chris Kaman (ankle) is questionable to play against the Grizzlies on Saturday.

    Advice: His ankle was heavily taped at practice on Friday and he probably won't be 100 percent. Meyers Leonard will likely be the first big off the bench while Joel Freeland was in the rotation for just four minutes in Game 2. Fantasy owners can ignore this situation in almost all cases.
    Apr 24, 12:51 pm
  • Jae Crowder scores 16 points off bench
    Jae Crowder started the second half against the Cavs during a Game 3 loss on Thursday, finishing with 16 points, seven boards, four assists, two steals, two blocks and two 3-pointers on 5-of-6 from the field.

    Advice: Coach Brad Stevens continues to play Crowder at shooting guard more often, which makes sense because they need all the size they can get to help keep LeBron James out of the paint. Crowder didn't have a bad game on defense and he was efficient (100.0 effective field goal percentage) on the offensive end outside of four turnovers. He's likely earned 30-plus minutes in Game 4.
    Apr 23, 6:56 pm
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Jonas Jerebko scores four in 25 minutes
    Jonas Jerebko scored four points with seven rebounds, one steal and one block in 25 minutes against the Cavs on Thursday.

    Advice: He played just four minutes in Game 2 and he actually played well today. Jerebko was able to battle under the boards and led his team with three offensive boards. He only made 2-of-7 from the field, so he's not a lock to see this much playing time in Game 4.
    Apr 23, 6:49 pm
  • Crowder & Jerebko start 3Q for Smart & Bass
    Jae Crowder and Jonas Jerebko started the second half against the Cavs on Thursday.

    Advice: Marcus Smart and Brandon Bass will come off the bench. Coach Brad Stevens has gone with a different center to start the second half throughout the year, but this move is new. The Celtics are really mixing it up with their rotation today and credit to them for keeping the Cavs on their toes. We'll let you know how it works out for them.
    Apr 23, 5:38 pm
    Player Note
    Jae Crowder Bos - SF,PF
  • Jonas Jerebko says his calf is feeling better
    Jonas Jerebko, who was limited to just four minutes of action during Game 2 due to a calf issue, said on Thursday that his calf is feeling better.

    Advice: Jerebko could see closer to the 18 minutes he got during Game 1 tonight, but it's very unlikely that he shows up in the box score in any meaningful way. His fantasy value is essentially non-existent.
    Apr 23, 3:02 pm
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