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  • Clint Capela gets in the rotation
    Clint Capela played a surprising 16 minutes against the Mavs on Saturday with eight points, six boards, two blocks and one turnover.

    Advice: He saw playing time in the first quarter and the minutes have nothing to do with garbage time whatsoever. Capela has leapfrogged Joey Dorsey for the backup center minutes. Capela is an awful foul shooter, so the Rockets will be hoping teams don't go with a Hack-A-Capela tune.
    Yesterday, 9:28 pm
  • Matt Bonner (calf) questionable for Sunday
    Matt Bonner (calf) is questionable to play against the Clippers on Sunday.

    Advice: He was well enough to direct a Spurs music video, but he hasn't played since suffering the injury on Apr. 10. The Spurs will give more minutes to Tim Duncan, so Bonner won't be needed as much.
    Yesterday, 2:11 pm
  • Drew Gooden gets 23 minutes vs. Toronto
    Drew Gooden played 23 minutes against the Raptors on Saturday with six points, 10 boards, two assists and one block.

    Advice: The Raptors actually made Gooden look good today and his line could have been a lot better than this. Gooden had four offensive rebounds and looked as spry as ever. He'll likely be looking at minutes around 20 on Tuesday.
    Yesterday, 1:03 pm
  • Kris Humphries gets a DNP-CD on Saturday
    Kris Humphries was a DNP-CD on Saturday against the Raptors.

    Advice: Coach Randy Wittman went with Kevin Seraphin and Drew Gooden today. Humphries looks like he'll just be Nene insurance for now because all three aforementioned players had decent games today.
    Yesterday, 12:59 pm
  • Tyler Hanbrough scores four in 13 minutes
    Tyler Hansbrough started on Saturday against the Wizards and played just 13 minutes, scoring four points with one block.

    Advice: He didn't grab any rebounds and didn't play in the final 26 minutes of this game. It's safe to assume Hansbrough won't be starting on on Tuesday for Game 2.
    Yesterday, 12:44 pm
  • James Johnson gets a DNP-CD in Game 1
    James Johnson was a DNP-CD on Saturday against the Wizards.

    Advice: Ouch. Coach Dwane Casey went with a nine-man rotation and went small quite a bit today. Johnson is one of the team's best defenders and he's also adapt at the hustle side of the game, which the Raptors could have really used today. Maybe Casey will change his mind for Game 2.
    Yesterday, 12:36 pm
  • Chris Kaman is probable to play on Sunday
    Chris Kaman (back) is probable to play against the Grizzlies on Sunday.

    Advice: He didn't play on Wednesday due to a lingering back injury. The Blazers are somewhat healthy up front as far as active players go, so expect Kaman to log minutes in the mid-teens. He won't be able to do much on offense with his low usage rate and will have to do his damage on the glass.
    Yesterday, 12:32 pm
    L, 114-98 @ Dal
  • Mike Scott is not on the injury report
    Mike Scott (back) is not on the injury report for Game 1 against the Nets on Sunday.

    Advice: That means he should be ready to go. Scott suffered his back injury on Monday and missed the finale on Wednesday. He should have minutes in the mid-teens, but that's assuming Paul Millsap's shoulder holds up.
    Yesterday, 11:10 am
    L, 91-85 @ Chi
  • James Michael McAdoo could get some run
    James Michael McAdoo could spend some time defending Anthony Davis if the Warriors have trouble slowing him down according to head coach Steve Kerr.

    Advice: Davis is one of the toughest covers in the league, and the Warriors will probably be trying out a variety of defenders on him throughout the series. Regardless, McAdoo will likely have a very limited role in the postseason, but it says a lot that Kerr has this much faith in him.
    Yesterday, 10:55 am
  • Mike Scott (back) expected to play Sunday
    Mike Scott (back) made it through practice on Saturday and is expected to be available for Sunday's game vs. the Nets.

    Advice: Scott has been a key contributor off the bench for the Hawks, and his presence is even more important considering Paul Millsap isn't 100 percent. We will have another update after shootaround Sunday, but things are definitely looking up for Atlanta.
    Yesterday, 10:00 am
    L, 91-85 @ Chi
  • Tyler Hansbrough will start over Amir Johnson
    Tyler Hansbrough will continue to start over Amir Johnson against the Wizards on Saturday.

    Advice: Johnson recently returned from an ankle injury and has come off the bench for the last two games, but it is a little surprising to see head coach Dwane Casey go with Psycho T again. Johnson should still see minutes in the mid-20s, but owners in daily leagues should probably avoid both players for now. Hansbrough started the last six games of the regular season, so the Raptors are probably just looking for some continuity.
    Yesterday, 9:12 am
  • Bird would like to bring back Luis Scola
    Larry Bird said that he would like to bring back Luis Scola next season.

    Advice: Scola is a quality reserve in the league, but with season averages of just 9.4 points and 6.5 rebounds, he’s nowhere near being a standard league asset.
    Friday, 12:42 pm
    Player Note
    Luis Scola Ind - PF,C
    L, 95-83 @ Mem
  • Mike Scott is progressing from injury
    Mike Scott (back) was a limited participant in practice on Friday and will be evaluated this weekend.

    Advice: "He is progressing," coach Mike Budenholzer said. "We’ll know more between now and (Game 1) Sunday. I don’t think we can say either way that he is definitely in or definitely out. He went through a lot of practice today. We’ll see how he feels today and Sunday. We are hopeful he’ll be ready to go." With Paul Millsap back, Scott isn't going to be as important. If he's limited Mike Muscala would get more run with the second unit.
    Friday, 12:22 pm
    L, 91-85 @ Chi
  • Carmelo Anthony says he's 'ahead of schedule'
    Carmelo Anthony said that he's "ahead of schedule" in his recovery during a recent interview, and that being ready for training camp next season is a non-issue.

    Advice: "I’ll be ready in June," Anthony said. "I’ll probably be ready a little before June, back to my regular program and working out... The rehab is going extremely well. I feel very positive where I will be about next training camp. I’m actually excited about the progress I’ve made in a short period of time." It sounds like Anthony will have no problem being ready for training camp next season after only making it through 40 games this year. He has first-round upside, but knee injuries are nothing to play with, so he'll certainly carry some risk with an early-round selection in next year's fantasy drafts.
    Friday, 8:37 am
    L, 112-90 vs Det
  • Ryan Kelly will work on his 3-point shooting
    Ryan Kelly said that he will spend this offseason working on his 3-point shooting, and becoming better at putting the ball on the floor.

    Advice: Kelly was simply awful to start the year, but he ended the season strong, averaging 10.7 points, 4.2 assists, and 1.4 three-pointers per game over 35 minutes per game through the month of April. However, Kelly wasn't really showing up in the box score when the Lakers had other healthy bodies to compete with him for minutes and shots, so we're not expecting much from him next season.
    Thursday, 12:55 pm
    Player Note
    Ryan Kelly LAL - SF,PF
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Ed Davis hopes to be back w/ Lakers next year
    Ed Davis said that he hopes to return with the Lakers next season.

    Advice: Davis said that he will not be chasing money during free agency, and he'd rather just land in an ideal situation where he's "comfortable," and with a coaching staff that "trusts" and "believes" in him. He also said he will spend the offseason working on his free throw shooting (career 56.6 percent free throw shooter) and midrange jumper. Davis is certainly a talented player, and he made improvements this season posting averages of 8.3 points, 7.6 rebounds, and 1.2 blocks per game through 23 minutes of action. If he could get his minutes closer to the 30s, he'd be a nightly double-double threat, with the chance to post elite shot blocking totals.
    Thursday, 12:17 pm
    Player Note
    Ed Davis LAL - PF,C
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Carmelo not sure he'll ever be 100 percent
    Carmelo Anthony said he doesn't think he'll ever be 100 percent, but will be fully-recored and injury-free in time for training camp.

    Advice: While it isn't exactly reassuring to hear a 30-year-old coming off knee surgery say he won't ever be 100 percent, it sounds like Melo will be ready to roll for the 2015-16 season. "I don't think I'll ever be a hundred percent, but as far as being fully recovered, injury-free, I'll be at that point," Anthony said. "If I lost my drive over this time then I shouldn't even be here, to be honest with you. My drive, everything that I've been through, and even this year in particular, I'm like pulling my hair out right now because I'm ready to get back on the court. I'm ready to prove everybody wrong." Anthony has the potential to deliver first-round fantasy value next season, but would be a very risky proposition at that draft spot coming off knee surgery.
    Thursday, 11:01 am
    L, 112-90 vs Det
  • Cody Zeller to undergo shoulder procedure
    Cody Zeller (shoulder) said he will undergo a small procedure to repair his rotator cuff.

    Advice: Zeller's estimated timetable is four-to-six weeks, so he should be healed in plenty of time for training camp. The 22-year-old showed improvement in his second season, but his averages of 7.6 points, 5.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 0.5 steals, and 0.8 blocks still leave something to be desired for fantasy owners. While Zeller deserves a look in deeper leagues next season, he shouldn't be more than a late-round flier for owners in standard leagues.
    Thursday, 9:29 am
    L, 92-87 @ Tor
  • Carmelo Anthony says he'd be No. 2 option
    Carmelo Anthony said on Thursday that he wouldn't have a problem with becoming the No. 2 option on the Knicks if they're able to land another superstar.

    Advice: No, it's not April Fool's Day, as that happened a couple weeks ago. And whether the Knicks are able to get a superstar to come play for a team that was led by Langston Galloway, Jason Smith, Tim Hardaway and Cole Aldrich for much of the season isn't going to be an easy task. And finally, whether Melo can actually happily become a support player is also up for debate. It should be an interesting summer in New York. Marc Berman of the Post also reports that Melo's ahead of schedule as he recovers from knee surgery. He's expected to begin running and basketball activities on June 1, and then will start scrimmaging at a later date. He should be ready for the start of next season.
    Thursday, 9:27 am
    L, 112-90 vs Det
  • Kevin Seraphin gets big minutes
    Kevin Seraphin played 39 minutes during a 113-108 loss to the Cavs on Wednesday with 12 points, 12 boards, two assists, one steal and three blocks.

    Advice: The Wizards didn't play 80 percent of their usual starting lineup and Marcin Gortat only played 14 minutes, so it was Seraphin's golden opportunity tonight. That won't be the case when the Wizards travel to Toronto for Game 1 on Saturday.
    Wednesday, 9:34 pm
  • Chris Kaman (back) doubtful for Wednesday
    Chris Kaman (back) is now doubtful for Wednesday's game vs. the Mavericks.

    Advice: The Blazers want their veteran big man to be healthy with playoffs starting in a few days, so there is almost no shot that they risk playing him tonight. Meyers Leonard and Joel Freeland may see a few extra minutes off the bench tonight, but they aren't appealing options in most leagues.
    Wednesday, 10:25 am
    L, 114-98 @ Dal
  • Zeller, Stephenson, Hairston out Wednesday
    Cody Zeller (shoulder), Lance Stephenson (toe) and P.J. Hairston (knee) will not play against the Raptors on Wednesday.

    Advice: This is just a formality, as Zeller never had a realistic shot of playing tonight. We will track his progress closely in the coming weeks, but his shoulder injury is a little concerning. Marvin Williams and Noah Vonleh will both benefit for the short-handed Hornets.
    Wednesday, 6:41 am
    L, 92-87 @ Tor
  • Drew Gooden logs 38 minutes as starting PF
    Drew Gooden started for Nene (shoulder, ankle) on Tuesday and posted six points, 10 rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block in a road loss vs. the Pacers.

    Advice: Washington benefited from a horrible offensive first half from the Pacers but couldn't capitalize, eventually falling 95-99 in double-OT. Gooden logged 38 minutes tonight but his minutes will fall drastically if Nene is cleared to play on Wednesday, so owners should keep a close eye on the injury report.
    Tuesday, 9:03 pm
  • Luis Scola scoreless in 17 minutes on Tuesday
    Luis Scola finished Tuesday's sloppy 99-95 win vs. the Wizards with zero points, assists or blocks in 17 minutes off the bench.

    Advice: The veteran power forward has had some nice moments since the All-Star break, including a 23-point game on Apr. 5, but tonight was not one of them. He grabbed seven rebounds and stole the ball once but missed both of his field goal attempts, and contributed to the Pacers' bench shooting a horrific 25.8 percent from the field.
    Tuesday, 8:45 pm
    Player Note
    Luis Scola Ind - PF,C
    L, 95-83 @ Mem
  • Tyler Hansbrough scoreless in start at PF
    Tyler Hansbrough started Tuesday's game in place of Amir Johnson but finished scoreless with six rebounds and two blocks in 23 minutes of action.

    Advice: The Raptors have the Atlantic Division wrapped up but tonight's loss dropped them a full game behind the idle Bulls for the No. 3 seed. Hansbrough is likely to slide back to a reserve role on Wednesday and tonight's dud should be enough incentive to avoid him in all fantasy formats.
    Tuesday, 7:32 pm
  • Chris Kaman (back) iffy to play Wednesday
    Chris Kaman is listed as questionable for Wednesday's game due to a back injury.

    Advice: He sat out Monday's game to get some rest, and also because of a lingering thumb injury, so this back ailment is a new addition to his injury rolodex. With nothing at stake on Wednesday and the playoffs looming, it would be somewhat surprising to see Kaman in uniform.
    Tuesday, 4:12 pm
    L, 114-98 @ Dal
  • Matt Bonner (calf) ruled out for Wednesday
    Matt Bonner (calf) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game vs. the Pelicans.

    Advice: With both Bonner and Tiago Splitter (calf) on the shelf for Wednesday's game, expect Boris Diaw and Aron Baynes to log extended minutes. Baynes makes for an intriguing, albeit risky, daily league prospect.
    Tuesday, 12:02 pm
  • Mike Scott (back) ruled out for Wednesday
    Mike Scott (back contusion) will not travel to Chicago for Wednesday's game vs. the Bulls.

    Advice: With Paul Millsap's (shoulder) status up in the air for Tuesday, and Scott out, Mike Muscala could be in line for a healthy heaping of minutes. He has however been struggling lately, scoring just two and five points in his previous two outings, so he'll be a risky play in daily leagues despite the increased opportunity.
    Tuesday, 11:20 am
    L, 91-85 @ Chi
  • Kelly goes quiet on Monday vs. Sacramento
    Ryan Kelly scored just three points on 1-of-6 shooting (no threes) with three rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block in 27 minutes on Monday against the Kings.

    Advice: This is weird because the Kings don't defend the 3-point line, but also not too terribly surprising because Kelly is terrible from the small forward position where he played last night. The Lakers have run out of small forwards, so Kelly could see significant run there against the Kings on Wednesday. Still, Sacramento is so terrible that you almost have to start him.
    Tuesday, 1:36 am
    Player Note
    Ryan Kelly LAL - SF,PF
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Davis grabs 14 rebounds off the bench
    Ed Davis grabbed 14 rebounds off the bench on Monday, but added just seven points on 3-of-10 shooting to his stat line in 22 minutes.

    Advice: The Lakers and/or Byron Scott don't really seem like they want to unleash them, but if they remain as banged up as they are right now then he should see similar minutes on Wednesday against the Kings.
    Tuesday, 1:30 am
    Player Note
    Ed Davis LAL - PF,C
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Cody Zeller (shoulder) out again for Monday
    Cody Zeller (shoulder) will not play against the Rockets on Monday.

    Advice: He aggravated his shoulder injury last month and has been out since Mar. 20. Zeller's season is likely over. It was Noah Vonleh who was the most impressive Hornet on Sunday, so he's someone to watch tonight. Expect Jason Maxiell to get close to 20 minutes as well.
    Monday, 2:18 pm
    L, 92-87 @ Tor
  • Kelly or Brown could be Lakers starting SF
    Ryan Kelly or Jabari Brown could start at small forward for the Lakers on Monday against the Kings.

    Advice: With literally every possible small forward option on the roster sidelined, Kelly and Brown will likely both spend time playing out of position for the remainder of the season. Kelly is coming off a whopping 39 minutes of action on Sunday and should have no shortage of opportunities going forward. Leave him on the waiver wire at your own peril.
    Monday, 8:48 am
    Player Note
    Ryan Kelly LAL - SF,PF
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Ryan Kelly shifts to SF with Wes Johnson out
    Ryan Kelly moved to small forward during the second half on Sunday with Wes Johnson (ankle) unavailable, finishing with 10 points (2-of-10 FGs, 6-of-7 FTs), two rebounds, six assists, one steal and one block in 39 minutes.

    Advice: Kelly has spent only 10 percent of his playing time at SF this season, according to Basketball-Reference, and he's a more natural fit at PF. The Lakers don't have any alternatives with Johnson injured, however, as both Wayne Ellington and Nick Young have already been ruled out for L.A.'s final two games. Kelly's perimeter shooting is less of an advantage vs. opposing small forwards, but either way he'll have a terrific matchup vs. the Kings' defense on Monday.
    Apr 12, 9:14 pm
    Player Note
    Ryan Kelly LAL - SF,PF
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Ed Davis starts second half vs. Mavericks
    Ed Davis started the second half of Sunday's game at PF, playing 23 minutes to finish with 11 points, five boards, two assists and one block.

    Advice: Davis has been yanked around Byron Scott's rotation this season but he could earn big minutes by default if Wes Johnson (ankle) can't play on Monday. Scott could also dust off Jordan Hill or Carlos Boozer, of course, and we'll await updates on Johnson's status before projecting Davis' role over L.A.'s final two games.
    Apr 12, 9:13 pm
    Player Note
    Ed Davis LAL - PF,C
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Kevin Seraphin falls out of Wizards' rotation
    Kevin Seraphin fell out of the Wizards' rotation on Sunday, failing to record any stats in under one minute of action.

    Advice: Seraphin has been logging a steady 15-20 minutes off the bench all year and it's doubtful that he'll fall completely out of the rotation. That said, he's not a viable fantasy option while scrapping for minutes in a frontcourt that includes Marcin Gortat, Nene, Kris Humphries and Drew Gooden.
    Apr 12, 6:00 pm
  • Kris Humphries quiet in 15 minutes Sunday
    Kris Humphries was limited to three points and four rebounds on Sunday, shooting 0-of-2 from the field and 3-of-6 from the free throw line in 15 reserve minutes.

    Advice: Nene played well and showed no signs of his recent shoulder and knee injuries, and Drew Gooden (21 minutes) continues to thrive down the stretch, which is reducing Humphries to a bit-player in the rotation. Suffice to say, even his real-world value exceeds his fantasy appeal.
    Apr 12, 5:54 pm
  • Mike Scott leads Hawks w/ 19 points in defeat
    Mike Scott led the Hawks with 19 points on 6-of-15 shooting vs. the Wizards, hitting three 3-pointers with three rebounds and one assist in 30 minutes off the bench.

    Advice: The Hawks' reserve forward has explosive offensive potential, as evidenced by his averages of 17.0 points and 2.1 triples per 36 minutes this season. He's averaging only 16.2 minutes per game this season and will be limited with the Hawks' starters returning on Monday, however, so don't put too much stock in tonight's outburst.
    Apr 12, 5:53 pm
    L, 91-85 @ Chi
  • Cody Zeller (shoulder) out Sunday vs. DET
    Cody Zeller (shoulder) will not play Sunday vs. the Pistons.

    Advice: Marvin Williams will get another start tonight, but he has been struggling mightily over the past three games, so this is a situation that should be avoided in most leagues.
    Apr 12, 12:10 pm
    L, 92-87 @ Tor
  • Tyler Hansbrough scores two points
    Tyler Hansbrough scored just two points against the Heat on Saturday with 10 rebounds and one assist in 30 minutes.

    Advice: He had a bloody nose tonight and he had a little trouble with Hassan Whiteside. Amir Johnson would have played in a playoff game and he's been going through shootaround, so he has a very good chance to play on Tuesday. Even if Amir is out, it's hard to keep Hansbrough on your roster with two whole days off in daily season-long leagues.
    Apr 11, 7:49 pm
  • Matt Bonner (calf) doubtful for Sunday
    Matt Bonner (calf) is doubtful to play against the Suns on Sunday.

    Advice: It will be Boris Diaw, Aron Baynes and Jeff Ayres getting most of the big man minutes next to Tim Duncan on Sunday. Diaw offers the most upside while Baynes is also worth a look in standard leagues for the last day of the week.
    Apr 11, 3:07 pm
  • James Michael McAdoo recalled from D-League
    James Michael McAdoo has been recalled from the D-League on Saturday.

    Advice: If the Warriors rest some guys on Saturday vs. the Wolves, McAdoo might get some action. For now, he belongs on the waiver wire in most leagues.
    Apr 11, 10:38 am
  • Ryan Kelly eager to impress the Lakers
    Ryan Kelly is eager to prove that he can play at a high level despite a very frustrating season.

    Advice: "I didn’t have the season I would’ve liked," Kelly said. "Every opportunity I have these last few is an opportunity to prove to the coaching staff, my teammates and our fans that I should be here." Kelly went off for 21 points with four boards, seven assists, one block and five treys vs. the Wolves on Friday, and he has now played 30 or more minutes over his last 10 games. The Lakers are going to give Kelly every chance to succeed down the stretch, meaning he is a must-own player in all leagues.
    Apr 11, 6:51 am
    Player Note
    Ryan Kelly LAL - SF,PF
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Ryan Kelly explodes for 21-4-7 with five 3PMs
    Ryan Kelly exploded for a season-high 21 points on 7-of-12 shooting (including a career-high five treys) with four rebounds, seven assists and one block over 38 minutes in the Lakers' 106-98 win over the Wolves.

    Advice: Kelly has enjoyed the Lakers' favorable schedule for the past few weeks and over his last four games he has been a top 35-50 play. In that span he is averaging 4.0 combined steals, threes and blocks in the money counting stat categories, while returning 13.8 points, 3.5 boards and 5.0 assists with good percentages to boot. Pass him up at your own risk.
    Apr 11, 1:29 am
    Player Note
    Ryan Kelly LAL - SF,PF
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Ed Davis posts disappointing line on Friday
    Ed Davis scored seven points on 3-of-5 shooting with nine rebounds and one block in 18 minutes off the bench on Friday.

    Advice: Davis has been hit-or-miss for a while now and anybody considering him is doing it at their own risk.
    Apr 11, 1:17 am
    Player Note
    Ed Davis LAL - PF,C
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Tyler Hansbrough has a solid night vs. Magic
    Tyler Hansbrough scored 16 points with seven rebounds, one assist, two steals and no turnovers in 36 minutes against the Magic on Friday.

    Advice: Amir Johnson (ankle) went through shootaround today and is expected to play on Saturday. Hansbrough averaged 15.0 points and 10.0 boards in his previous two games, but he will likely take a backseat on Saturday. If you've enjoyed his last three, you can probably make a proactive cut here.
    Apr 10, 7:11 pm
  • James Michael McAdoo sent back to D-League
    James Michael McAdoo has been sent back down for another D-League stint.

    Advice: McAdoo has had his moments when the Warriors rest their main guys, so he'll be someone to consider in daily leagues the next time that happens. But for now, it's safe to leave him on the waiver wire in all leagues.
    Apr 10, 3:48 pm
  • Cody Zeller (shoulder) out Friday vs. Atlanta
    Cody Zeller (shoulder) will not play Friday vs. the Hawks.

    Advice: This will be Zeller's 12th consecutive game on the sidelines, and with no clear return date in sight, he belongs on the waive wire in all leagues. Marvin Williams will continue to start in his absence, but he has really cooled off lately, scoring just one and eight points in his previous two outings.
    Apr 10, 9:27 am
    L, 92-87 @ Tor
  • Chris Kaman returned to action on Wednesday April 8.
    Apr 8, 11:08 pm
    L, 114-98 @ Dal
  • Ed Davis double-doubles in 31 mins off bench
    The Lakers lost their fifth straight game on Wednesday despite Ed Davis providing 15 points, 12 rebounds and one steal in 31 minutes off the bench.

    Advice: Byron Scott ran with an eight-man rotation, resulting in DNP-CDs for both Jordan Hill and Carlos Boozer, which thrust Davis into enough minutes for his sixth double-double of the season. Davis himself received three DNPs bridging late March and early April, so anyone who picks him up does so at their own risk.
    Apr 8, 9:36 pm
    Player Note
    Ed Davis LAL - PF,C
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
  • Ryan Kelly scores 17 pts on 6-of-8 shooting
    Ryan Kelly recovered from Tuesday's brutal game to score 17 points on 6-of-8 shooting with three 3-pointers, two assists, one steal and two blocks in 33 minutes vs. the Nuggets on Wednesday.

    Advice: Kelly shot 3-of-17 from the field on Tuesday and was a combined 25.0 percent from the field over his previous three games, but his slump didn't shake Byron Scott's confidence. Kelly is logging 35 minutes over his past 10 games and his inflated playing time is enough to maintain value in 10-team leagues, especially since he's quietly averaging 1.3 triples, 1.0 steals and 1.1 blocks per game.
    Apr 8, 9:25 pm
    Player Note
    Ryan Kelly LAL - SF,PF
    L, 122-99 vs Sac
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