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Recent Player Notes

  • Tue, Sep 23Recent News
    • The Cleveland Cavaliers are still hoping to add unrestricted free agent Ray Allen to their roster.
      Advice: "Until he signs, that's going to be a target for everybody," Cavaliers GM David Griffin said. "Ray is someone who fits us as a shooter. His championship pedigree fits us at a really high level. At the same time, it's possible he's not sure he wants to keep playing. He's in no hurry to make a decision. We'll play that out as far as we can." Allen only averaged 9.6 points and 1.6 three-pointers with Miami during the 2013-14 season, so he doesn't offer much fantasy value even if he does sign with the Cavaliers.
      More: The Morning Journal
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Sep 22Recent News
    • The Cavs are still hoping to land Ray Allen in free agency, according to G/F James Jones.
      Advice: "I don't need to say how much I want him here, how much we'd like for him to be here," Jones said. "That goes without saying." Allen could retire or he could end up with the Wizards, which would probably make Kevin Garnett cringe. Regardless, he won't have much fantasy value.
      More: Ohio.com
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Fri, Sep 19
    • The Wizards have again reached out to Ray Allen to gauge his interest in joining the organization.
      Advice: Allen is still undecided on whether or not he'll retire, but if his goal is to chase a championship, it seems unlikely he would choose Washington over say San Antonio or Cleveland. Allen's prolific, and clutch three-point shot making ability makes him an enticing asset for a championship contender, but as a specialist off the bench, his fantasy value would be nearly non-existent.
      More: CSN Washington
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Tue, Sep 23Recent News
    • Warriors GM Bob Myers said that Shaun Livingston (toe surgery) will miss "most" of training camp.
      Advice: Livingston needs on-court time to mesh with his teammates, but Golden State's priority is keeping him healthy. He's missed an average of 28.4 games per season during his 10-year career, and that doesn't include the 2007-08 season he missed after his devastating knee injury. Hopefully we'll see him back on the court during the preseason, but his toe injury makes him an even riskier fantasy option in deep leagues.
      More: Rusty Simmons on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Fri, Sep 19
    • The Warriors are uncertain when Shaun Livingston (toe surgery) will be able to play.
      Advice: He's questionable to start the season after his surgery back on on Aug. 15. Livingston was fantastic in Brooklyn due partially to his versatility and the team's lack of depth, but the Warriors won't need him nearly as much. He won't be worth drafting in most fantasy leagues due to his lower upside.
      More: Marc Spears on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Tue, Sep 23Recent News
    • Eric Gordon (knee surgery) said that he'll be a "full go for everything" when the Pelicans begin training camp.
      Advice: "From five weeks after surgery [in mid-April] I've been doing a lot of lifting," Gordon said. "I definitely want to be an All-Star. I've come close a couple of times. For the past three years, injuries have slowed me down." Offseason optimism is always heart-warming, but the reality is that Gordon's knees have caused him to miss 141 games over the past four seasons.
      More: John Reid on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)

NBA Roster Changes

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Sep 23 Deactivated
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Sep 23 Deactivated
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Sep 23
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Sep 23
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Sep 20
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Sep 5
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Aug 30
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Aug 30
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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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