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Recent Player Notes

  • Mon, Sep 22Recent News
    • LeBron James worked out at UCLA on Sunday with Chris Paul and Tristan Thompson.
      Advice: TMZ also spotted LeBron and CP3 at a Hollywood club on Sunday night. The Cavs open their training camp this week and LeBron appears to be ready. He and Thompson have been pretty close this offseason, but the two aren't likely going to be on the court together very often while the team is healthy. LeBron's durability makes him your best bet for the No. 2 pick in standard drafts.
      More: LeBron James on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Sep 21Recent News
    • Andrew Wiggins is "liking" the Wolves offense, adding, "All the plays are really coming together ... It kind of fits my playing style."
      Advice: He'll be learning on the job throughout his rookie season, but he's poised to help fantasy owners even if he initially comes off the bench behind Corey Brewer -- coach Flip Saunders hasn't committed to starting Wiggins just yet. With Ricky Rubio pacing the Wolves' offense, Wiggins is worth a late-middle round pick for fantasy owners willing to take a minor gamble.
      More: Dime Mag
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Wed, Sep 17
    • Coach Flip Saunders was non-committal when asked about Andrew Wiggins starting.
      Advice: He's expected to start and push Corey Brewer to the bench. The Wolves don't really have much scoring in their starting lineup, so they will need someone like Wiggins. He's a risky mid-round fantasy pick with upside.
      More: Andy Greder on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Sep 15
    • Andrew Wiggins is expected to work out with the Wolves later this week.
      Advice: The Wolves already have Kevin Martin, Corey Brewer, Zach LaVine and Robbie Hummel working out, and all of them could be fighting for minutes with Wiggins. The No. 1 pick of the 2014 draft is expected to start and serves as a risky pick in the middle of fantasy drafts.
      More: TWolves PR on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Sep 21Recent News
    • Jeff Green hopes to play more consistently as a leader for the Celtics this season.
      Advice: "Just coming into camp in good shape, new focus, and a lot of people say it's a different vibe they feel from me now," Green said. "I just have to transfer it on the court, continue to get better as a player, and find a way to stay consistent. I think that's been my biggest fall throughout my career." Green led Boston in scoring last season but his aforementioned inconsistency was a big reason he returned late-round fantasy value.
      More: Boston Globe
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Thu, Sep 18
    • Jeff Green said he is "trying to take the next step to becoming a leader" with the Celtics this season.
      Advice: He's already been in Boston with his new teammates and seems to be committed to improving from his disappointing 2013-14 season. Green was one of the most inefficient players in the NBA last season, but he should have the opportunity to be the team's leading scorer. He's a high-ceiling target late in drafts.
      More: ESPN Boston
      (Rotoworld.com)

NBA Roster Changes

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Sep 20
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Sep 5 Deactivated
Aug 30
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Aug 21
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Aug 21
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Injury Reports

Player Injury Status Effective
Shaun Livingston (GS - PG,SG) Toe surgery INJ Aug 15, 2014
Paul George (Ind - SG,SF) Fractured leg INJ Aug 1, 2014

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