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  • Questionable for Game 2
    Zeller is questionable for Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday due to a sprained right foot, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports.

    Advice: Zeller was held scoreless across seven minutes of action in Game 1 and appears to have picked up a foot sprain during the contest. Though he plays an auxiliary role as Miami's backup center, his potential absence could open the door for Kevin Love to rejoin the rotation. 45 minutes ago
  • Domantas Sabonis (thumb) hoping to avoid surgery
    Domantas Sabonis was due to undergo another scan on his injured right thumb on Thursday and hopes to avoid having to undergo surgery. 

    Advice: Sabonis played a significant chunk of the season with an avulsion fracture in his right thumb. He had the thumb scanned immediately after the Kings' season concluded and was due to undergo another evaluation on Thursday. The hope is that Sabonis will be able to avoid surgery this summer. The results of the second scan and ensuing treatment plan will impact his availability for Lithuania in this summer's FIBA World Cup. Today, 10:17 am
  • Nikola Jokic casually posts another triple-double
    Nikola Jokic finished Thursday’s victory over the Heat with 27 points, 14 assists, 10 rebounds, a steal, a block and a triple.

    Advice: What else can we say about the two-time MVP who’s taken this postseason run as an opportunity to silence all of his doubters? We’re honestly out of superlatives for the Serbian superhuman. Joker delivered his ninth triple-double of the 2023 playoffs, becoming the second player in NBA history to record a triple-double in his Finals debut (Jason Kidd, 2002). He had just 15 points through three quarters but delivered 12 big ones in the fourth to hold off a late Miami rally and keep the Heat from getting too close for comfort. Jokic led all scorers, and his monster triple-double is one of the quietest you’ll ever see. We’ve gotten to the point that double-digit points, rebounds and assists are the expectation every single time he’s on the court. That’s absurd. Thursday, 11:19 pm
  • Bam Adebayo leads Heat with 26/13/5 line in loss
    Bam Adebayo delivered 26 points, 13 rebounds and five assists Thursday as the Heat fell to the Nuggets 104-93 in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

    Advice: Adebayo was solid in this one, shooting 13-of-25 from the floor and leading Miami’s offense on a night that the team desperately needed it. Jimmy Butler scored 13 points on 6-of-14 shooting, while Caleb Martin disappeared and finished with three points on 1-of-7 shooting. Max Strus was a wretched 0-of-10 from the field and scored no points, and Duncan Robinson went 1-of-6 for three points. Adebayo and Gabe Vincent (19 points on 7-of-14 shooting with five triples) were the only members of the usual rotation who could get it going on offense, but the Heat just couldn’t hang with the Nuggets at Ball Arena. Miami will look to even up the series Sunday with a win in Denver, and Adebayo will look to keep up the good work on offense. Thursday, 11:08 pm
  • Shines in Game 1 victory
    Jokic finished with 27 points (8-12 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 10-12 FT), 10 rebounds, 14 assists, one block and one steal over 40 minutes during Thursday's 104-93 win over the Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

    Advice: Jokic was as advertised in the win, racking up another triple-double and leading the Nuggets to an early 1-0 series lead. Despite attempting only 12 field goals, Jokic found a way to pile on the points, going 10-of-12 from the line. While this was an impressive victory, the Nuggets did shoot only 8-of-27 from the perimeter, a number that should increase moving forward. Thursday, 10:53 pm
  • Strong performance despite loss
    Adebayo totaled 26 points (13-25 FG, 0-1 3Pt), 13 rebounds and five assists in 40 minutes during Thursday's 104-93 loss to Denver in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

    Advice: Adebayo had his best game in quite some time, compiling a team-high 26 points to go with 13 boards. While he wasn't able to offer much on the defensive end, his offensive production was certainly a welcome sight. He has his hands full guarding Nikola Jokic, but as long as he can stay locked in on the offensive end, the Heat should remain competitive. Thursday, 10:49 pm
  • Aleksej Pokusevski suffers fractured right arm
    Aleksej Pokusevski suffered a small fracture of his right humerus bone during a workout in Oklahoma City on Wednesday. 

    Advice: Pokusevski's 2022-23 season came to a premature end due to a left knee contusion, and now he's dealing with another injury. Poku suffered a small fracture of his right humerus bone (upper arm) and will be re-evaluated in four to six weeks. Given the timeline, Pokusevski should not be at risk of missing the start of training camp in September. However, the recent injury issues are a concern regarding his ability to consistently contribute to the Thunder rotation and be of value to fantasy managers. Thursday, 7:06 pm
  • Suffers right arm fracture
    Pokusevski suffered a small right humerus fracture May 31 and will be re-evaluated in four-to-six weeks, Clemente Almanza of the Thunder Wire reports.

    Advice: Pokusevski has had some tough injury luck lately, as he missed over half of his third NBA season with a total of 34 games played. Fortunately, he still has a lot of time to recover in advance of training camp with the Thunder. With an improved three-point shot and a knack for blocking shots, Pokusevski has the potential to play a big role for the Thunder. Thursday, 4:14 pm
  • Shams: Bulls, Nikola Vucevic open extension talks
    According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, the Bulls and Nikola Vucevic have begun discussing a possible contract extension. 

    Advice: Vucevic is due to be a free agent at the end of June, but he and the Bulls are allowed to discuss a possible extension. Per the report, both sides are interested in getting a deal done before Vooch can hit the open market. Vucevic played in all 82 games for the Bulls this season, averaging 17.6 points, 11.0 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 0.7 steals, 0.7 blocks, and 1.5 3-pointers in 33.5 minutes. And he did so with solid percentages, recording shooting splits of 52.0% from the field (highest since 2014-15), 34.9% from three, and 83.5% from the foul line. Vucevic outperformed his Yahoo ADP (35), finishing the season ranked just outside the top 25 in 9-cat, per-game value (33rd in 8-cat). Wednesday, 7:25 pm