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  • Player Notes
    Kendrick Nunn May 16 8:20am ET

    Miami Heat guard Kendrick Nunn was on fire against the Bucks on Saturday, shooting 13-for-18 from the field and 4-for-5 from downtown en route to a season-high 31 points. He also picked up six rebounds in a 122-108 loss with three assists, one block and one turnover. Nunn had a chance to shine due to Jimmy Butler (back) sitting out and Bam Adebayo having a shocker with only five points on 2-for-9 shooting. The 25-year-old has gone off more than a couple of times during the second half of the season, and he has a chance to do it again on Sunday against the Pistons, who haven't been competitive all season long.

    Khris Middleton May 16 8:20am ET

    Milwaukee Bucks small forward Khris Middleton led the starters with 21 points in Saturday's victory over the Heat, adding seven rebounds with seven assists and four turnovers. He shot a nice 8-for-14 from the field with most of his misses coming from behind the arc as he finished 1-for-4 with the three-ball. Middleton didn't miss a single free throw for the eighth time in nine games, going 4-for-4. The two-time All-Star has been a bit quiet on the defensive front lately, but we can fully expect him to step up his intensity again during the postseason.

    Jrue Holiday May 16 8:10am ET

    Milwaukee Bucks point guard Jrue Holiday remained in double-double form on Saturday, finishing a 122-108 win over Miami with 20 points and 10 assists. He added five rebounds and one steal to his second consecutive double-double. Holiday shot 8-for-17 from the field and 2-for-4 from outside with one turnover in 34 minutes. The 30-year-old will finally get to play in the playoffs again, and with nothing at stake for the Bucks in the regular-season finale against Chicago on Sunday, we can expect the likes of Bobby Portis and Bryn Forbes to enjoy bigger roles.

    Julius Randle May 16 6:00am ET

    New York Knicks' F Julius Randle scored 65.00 fantasy points with 33 points scored, 13 assists and 10 rebounds in a 118-109 win over the Hornets on Saturday. Randle has scored an average of 48.30 fantasy points in his last 5 games.

    Julius Randle May 16 12:00am ET

    New York's F Julius Randle recorded a triple-double, finishing with 33 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds in a 118-109 win over the Hornets on Saturday, May. 15.

    Onyeka Okongwu May 15 6:30pm ET

    Atlanta Hawks center Onyeka Okongwu (shoulder) has been deemed questionable to play in Sunday's regular-season finale versus Houston as he battles a sore right shoulder. Okongwu has established himself as a limited bench contributor in his rookie year, averaging 4.2 points and 3.0 boards across 49 contests (three starts). With Clint Capela not earning an injury designation, Okongwu likely faces a muddled path to fantasy value Sunday even in the case that he does suit up. Check back prior to tip-off to see if the No. 6 overall selection in the 2020 NBA Draft plays in the Hawks' final outing before the playoffs.

    Damion Lee May 15 6:30pm ET

    Golden State Warriors small/power forward Kelly Oubre Jr. (wrist) and shooting guard/small forward Damion Lee (health protocols) have been deemed unavailable to play in Sunday's contest against the Grizzlies. Oubre has not played since April 27 as he continues to work his way back from a wrist ailment that the team holds out hope will not end his 2020-21 campaign. He wraps up the regular season having averaged 15.4 points and 6.0 boards per game in his first season with the Warriors. Lee has been in the league's health and safety protocols and has not seen the floor since April 19. Jordan Poole and Kent Bazemore have seen elevated roles in the aforementioned duo's absence and figure to continue to do so Sunday, giving them DFS and final day streamer appeal.

    Khyri Thomas May 15 6:20pm ET

    Houston Rockets shooting guard Khyri Thomas (Achilles) has been ruled out for Sunday's season finale against Atlanta due to a sore right Achilles. Thomas has been a late-season fantasy breakout since joining the Rockets, earning himself a multi-year deal after averaging 16.4 points and 5.0 assists across five contests. Houston's injury report for Game 72 is overwhelming, with all active bodies solid DFS selections due to the team's limited depth; in the backcourt, Jae'sean Tate and Armoni Brooks stand to see increased offensive roles with Thomas on the sidelines. Stay tuned during the off-season to see how the Rockets' depth chart for 2021-22 shakes out.

    Isaiah Hartenstein May 15 6:10pm ET

    Cleveland Cavaliers power forward/center Kevin Love (calf) and center Isaiah Hartenstein (concussion) will miss Sunday's season finale against Brooklyn. Love spent nearly the final two weeks of the year playing on a one-on, one-off schedule in order to keep him healthy, with Cleveland taking no chances in Game 72. Hartenstein ends the season on the sidelines for the last five games, having averaged 5.1 points and 3.9 boards per outing. Barring an off-season trade, Love will return to Cleveland next year and remain an integral part of the roster. Dean Wade and Jarrett Allen stand to see elevated roles versus the Nets without Love and Hartenstein available.

    Andrew Wiggins May 15 6:00pm ET

    The Golden State Warriors will get their key triumvirate of point guard Stephen Curry, shooting guard Andrew Wiggins and power forward/center Draymond Green back for Sunday's contest versus Memphis. With seeding still up for grabs across the Western Conference, the Warriors can be expected to give full minutes allotment to the aforementioned trio. Curry is closing in on his second career scoring title, with Bradley Beal (hamstring) questionable to play for Washington. In two prior contests against the Grizzlies on March 19-20, Green combined for nine points, 19 rebounds and 16 assists. Wiggins' absence Friday was his first all season, so he should be plenty ready to try and follow up his 38-point showing Tuesday; his season high? 40 points versus Memphis on March 19.

    Raul Neto May 15 5:50pm ET

    Washington Wizards shooting guard/small forward Bradley Beal (hamstring) and point/shooting guard Raul Neto (hamstring) have been listed as questionable to play in Sunday's game versus Charlotte. Beal has missed the previous three games due to the ailment, having stopped his tremendous finish to the regular season in its tracks; over his last five contests, Beal has averaged 35 PPG. Neto has benefited from Beal's absence and would likely stand to do so again Sunday should the league's second-highest scorer remain sidelined. Check back prior to the early tip-off to get the final word on both players for a game that the Wizards have ample incentive to attempt to win.

    Lonzo Ball May 15 5:40pm ET

    New Orleans Pelicans small forward Brandon Ingram (ankle), point guard Lonzo Ball (thumb) and center Steven Adams (toe) have all been deemed unavailable for Sunday's contest versus the Lakers, ending their season. Ingram wraps up the year having averaged 23.8 PPG for the second consecutive campaign, while Ball set a career-best with 14.6 PPG and 3.1 made triples on a nightly basis. Ingram and Adams stand to remain cornerstones of the Pelicans' rotation next season, but Ball is set for a unique free agency that could command a top-tier contract. Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Naji Marshall, Jaxson Hayes and Willy Hernangomez all stand to see elevated workloads Sunday, while Eric Bledsoe figures to have the highest offensive upside.

    Drew Eubanks May 15 5:40pm ET

    San Antonio Spurs forward/center Drew Eubanks registered a double-double in Saturday's blowout loss against Phoenix, scoring 15 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. He added one assist and one steal while shooting 5-for-7 from the field and 5-for-6 at the line Gregg Popovich rolled out his bench guys here with the Spurs stuck on the 10th spot in the Western Conference. The big guns could return in Sunday's rematch with the Suns, but if they don't, look for Eubanks to sniff around a double-double again.

    Chris Paul May 15 5:30pm ET

    Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul grabbed his fourth double-double in five games on Saturday, finishing a blowout win over the Spurs with 16 points and 10 assists. He shot 7-for-10 from the floor and 1-for-2 from downtown with five rebounds, one steal and two turnovers. The Spurs have the fourth-worst defensive record in the league against point guards, so Paul was always going to be productive here. The two teams meet again on Sunday, which puts CP3 in another great spot to perform.

    Devin Booker May 15 5:30pm ET

    Phoenix Suns shooting guard Devin Booker scored a game-high 27 points as his team blew out San Antonio on Saturday with a 140-103 win. He did the damage in 26 minutes with 10-for-18 shooting from the field and with a 3-for-8 performance from outside. Booker also picked up four assists with two rebounds and two turnovers, while shooting a perfect 4-for-4 at the charity stripe. The Suns will play the Spurs again on Sunday, hoping to finish with the best regular-season record in the league. They need some help from Sacramento against Utah, and a Kings victory seems very unlikely, but crazier things have happened through the years. Phoenix plays before the Jazz, so Booker should be in for a big role and a big performance.

    Anthony Edwards May 15 5:20pm ET

    Minnesota Timberwolves guard/forward Anthony Edwards shot a horrible 1-for-9 from downtown in Saturday's loss against the Celtics, but he had a good 23-point showing with six assists, four rebounds and three steals. Edwards finished with 8-for-18 shooting from the field and with a 6-for-6 effort at the foul line. The 19-year-old will complete his rookie year on Sunday against Dallas. Edwards had a good time in his first meeting with the Mavericks, leading the team with 29 points in a 128-108 loss on March 24.

    Karl-Anthony Towns May 15 5:10pm ET

    Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns registered a 24-point, 14-rebound double-double in Saturday's loss to Boston, adding two assists with three turnovers on 9-for-18 shooting. KAT was 6-for-7 at the line but shot bricks from deep with a 0-for-5 effort. Towns did all of his damage in just 27 minutes. He should be fully fresh for Minnesota's season finale against Dallas on Sunday. The Mavericks don't do particularly well against opposing bigs, so Towns could finish the year with a memorable performance.

    Jayson Tatum May 15 5:00pm ET

    Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum scored a game-high 26 points in Saturday's 124-108 win over Minnesota, but he did it with very inefficient shooting, going 8-for-21 from the field in 27 minutes. He picked up his first double-double of the month with 11 rebounds and registered two assists with one steal and two turnovers. Tatum, who shot 4-for-11 from outside, carried a heavy load here with Kemba Walker getting a rest day. Jaylen Brown (wrist) is done for the year, so Tatum and Walker are expected to carry the side into the playoffs through the play-in tournament. They get one more regular-season game before it, facing New York's tough defense on Sunday.

    Devonte' Graham May 15 4:40pm ET

    Charlotte Hornets guard Devonte' Graham had another nice bench outing in Saturday's overtime loss against the Knicks, providing 25 points and eight assists with a 5-for-12 effort from downtown. He shot 6-for-15 overall from the field and went 8-for-8 at the foul line. Graham has blown hot and cold lately, as he started the week with a 31-point outburst against the Nuggets, but followed it up with just five points against the Clippers before getting on a roll again on Saturday. Multiple Hornets could have big games on Sunday against the Wizards, whose 105.7 pace is by far the fastest in the league.

    Miles Bridges May 15 4:40pm ET

    Charlotte Hornets small forward Miles Bridges had a 30-point outing off the bench on Saturday against the Knicks, when he ended a six-game absence in a 118-109 overtime loss. He shot 12-for-21 from the field and hit five triples with 12 attempts while notching five rebounds and four assists with one steal and zero turnovers in 34 minutes. Bridges has played with great confidence over the last couple of months, which has led to a number of great stat lines. The Hornets finish the regular season with a dream matchup on Sunday against a pacy Washington team that struggles to defend.

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