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Cleveland Cavaliers guard Collin Sexton finished with 32 points, four rebounds, 10 assists, and three steals during 43 minutes in Wednesday's loss to Indiana. Sexton has been on fire recently, having dropped at least 27 points in five of the last six games while also posting at least 32 points in the last two games. The guard is averaging a stellar 23.8 points per game this season. He will look to keep things rolling after the All-Star break now as the Cavs don't play again until late next week.
Indiana Pacers guard T.J. McConnell compiled 16 points, four rebounds, 13 assists, 10 steals, and one block in 36 minutes off the bench during Wednesday's win over the Cavaliers. The guard has been averaging 6.3 points per game this season, so this triple-double was easily his best performance of the season. What's encouraging is McConnell has posted at least 16 points, five rebounds, and 12 assists in two of the three last games, so he's definitely on a mini-streak right now. His next chance to shine will come on Thursday against an average Nuggets defense.
Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon finished with 29 points, four rebounds, three assists, and two steals in 35 minutes during Wednesday's win over the Cavaliers. Brogdon continued to play well in the win, having now posted at least 20 points in five of the last six games. The 28-year-old has been averaging a stellar 21.3 points per game for Indiana this season. Up next is a matchup against an average Nuggets defense on Thursday.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris returned from a two-game absence and looked great in an overtime victory over Utah. Harris dropped 22 points with 10 rebounds, two assists, a block, and a steal in 38 minutes. The 28-year-old had no limitations with his knee, which had cost him the last two games, as he played a full workload on Wednesday night. Harris did miss all three attempts from beyond the arc, though he made up for it with 4-for-5 shooting from the line. The All-Star break is well-timed for Harris, who will get to rest up his knee even more before the second half of the year.
Utah Jazz forward Bojan Bogdanovic scored 18 points with five rebounds and four triples in a 131-123 loss to the 76ers on Wednesday. Bogdanovic has still had a couple of shaky shooting performances lately, but he seems to have found his shooting stroke in a stretch from late February into early March. Over his last seven contests, the veteran forward is averaging 17.7 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.4 triples, and 1.2 assists per game on 50.0/47.0/80.0 percent shooting splits. Bogdanovic and the Jazz will take the league's best record into the All-Star break.
Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid had a monster game in an overtime win over the Jazz. Embiid scored 40 points with 19 rebounds, three assists, two triples- one of which he hit with five seconds left to force overtime- two blocks, and a steal in 40 minutes. The rebounds were a season-high, while the points were his fifth-highest total of the year. The most amazing thing about the performance is that he dominated against Utah's Rudy Gobert, a two-time Defensive Player of the Year winner. Embiid is having an unreal season, as he could become the first center to average 30-plus points per game in a season since Moses Malone in 1981-82, per StatMuse. What a way for the star big man to head into the All-Star break.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Alex Caruso (neck) won't play on Wednesday against the Kings. The 27-year-old is dealing with spasms after suffering the injury on Tuesday night against Phoenix. Caruso is averaging 5.8 points, 2.4 assists, and a steal through 19 minutes of action, so hopefully, he will be able to return upon completion of the All-Star break. If he doesn't return when the second half of the season commences, look for Talen Horton-Tucker and Wesley Matthews to gain some additional fantasy appeal..
Los Angeles Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma (foot) will start on Wednesday evening against Sacramento. The 25-year-old is currently dealing with a bruise on his right heel, but luckily, he will be able to suit up for a team without LeBron James (ankle) and Anthony Davis (Achilles). Kuzma is averaging 14.6 throughout 10 starts during the 2021 campaign and should be starting in all fantasy formats against the Kings
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Darius Garland (groin) was injured during Wednesday's matchup against the Indiana Pacers. The 21-year-old suffered a left groin strain, an injury that forced him to head back to the locker room warily after only 19 minutes of play. Before his premature departure, Garland had 16 points and five assists. With the All-Star break luckily up ahead, the former first-round pick has some time to heel before the team's next matchup.
Sacramento Kings guard/forward Buddy Hield (ankle) will start on Wednesday against the Los Angeles Lakers. Hield suffered a sprained right ankle during the matchup against the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday night but appears well enough to give it a go against the defending champs. The 28-year-old has logged heavy minutes throughout the year and gains additional fantasy appeal with Tyrese Haliburton (calf) out of the lineup. Keep him in mind in all formats.
Los Angeles Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma (foot) has been deemed questionable ahead of Wednesday's matchup against Sacramento. Kuzma is dealing with a bruise on his right heel, which puts him in danger of joining Anthony Davis (Achilles) and LeBron James (ankle) on the sidelines. If he does play, however, he will automatically gain attention from fantasy managers in all formats. The fourth-year man is averaging nearly 15 points in 10 appearances as a starter this season, which is where he will likely begin the game against the Kings, if able.
Golden State Warriors forward Kelly Oubre Jr. (wrist) won't play against the Trail Blazers on Wednesday evening. The 25-year-old is dealing with a sprained left wrist, an injury that puts him in danger of being held out until after the All-Star break. While Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, and Andrew Wiggins will likely benefit in terms of usage and plus/minus differential, Kent Bazemore should gain fantasy appeal by drawing the start. Consider him a dart throw in late-night DFS contests in GPP formats only.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Marcus Morris (head) is listed as doubtful for Thursday's game against the Washington Wizards. He suffered a concussion during Tuesday's game, so it's unlikely that he'll suit up here. Kawhi Leonard (back) is also listed as questionable for this contest. The shorthanded Clippers could have to lean on Lou Williams, Reggie Jackson, and Terrence Mann. Jackson is coming off a strong performance and has the most upside out of the three.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard (back) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Washington Wizards. He was a late scratch on Tuesday, so it wouldn't be shocking to see the team hold him out for the final game before the All-Star break. His absence would mean more chances for Lou Williams and Reggie Jackson. Both could be solid streaming options, but Jackson is coming off a red-hot game versus the Boston Celtics on Tuesday.
Atlanta Hawks forward Danilo Gallinari will move into the starting five for Wednesday's game against the Orlando Magic. The absence of Clint Capela (foot) will provide Gallinari with plenty of chances on Wednesday. He is coming off a rough performance during his last outing, but has played well during a majority of the season. He is worth taking a look at as a possible DFS option for Wednesday's slate.
New York Knicks guard Elfrid Payton (hamstring) is listed as doubtful for Thursday's game against the Detroit Pistons. He has been sidelined for the last week, so it would be surprising to see Payton play right before the All-Star break. Derrick Rose seems to be always tagged as questionable, so Frank Ntilikina could be asked to play heavy minutes on Thursday. He could have streaming appeal for this one, but it will be dependent on the status of Rose.
Houston Rockets forward David Nwaba (wrist) is not expected to be back on the court anytime soon. On Wednesday, he underwent right wrist surgery and should be sidelined at least six weeks. That is a crushing blow to a Rockets team that is already missing Eric Gordon (knee) and Danuel House (knee). Fantasy managers should expect Sterling Brown and Ben McLemore to have decent short-term value while Houston is shorthanded.
San Antonio Spurs center LaMarcus Aldridge (illness) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The veteran big man missed their last game due to illness and it sounds like he could be sidelined again here. The Spurs are still without Derrick White, Rudy Gay, and Devin Vassell due to the NBA's health and safety protocols. Jakob Poeltl and Trey Lyles would be asked to fill-in, assuming Aldridge is unable to play. Poeltl has more upside because of his above average rebounding ability.
Atlanta Hawks center Clint Capela (foot) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Orlando Magic. This isn't shocking news as it sounded like Capela was going to sit out coming into this game. John Collins, Onyeka Okongwu, and Danilo Gallinari will split up the minutes at center. Collins is obviously the best fantasy choice, but Gallinari could have some sneaky DFS value on Wednesday.
Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Doncic (back) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. This doesn't appear to be a significant injury, but the Mavs are going to be cautious heading into the All-Star break. Jalen Brunson, Trey Burke, and Tim Hardaway Jr. will be asked to pick up the slack. Hardaway has the best streaming appeal out of the three. He could also be worth a look as a DFS option on Wednesday.