Fantasy League Injury Update

Posted by By at 15 March, at 20 : 10 PM Print

With 1 month left of this incredible NBA season, injuries are still taking their tolls on teams.  With that in mind, there are a lot of players that are going to miss some time, and also will be returning from injury to hopefully help with the Playoff Push.  Make sure to watch the waiver wire for must-adds.  For now, here is a look at the injuries to keep an eye on.

Udonis Haslem – Heat - Haslem is now practising with the team and should return within a couple weeks
Steve Nash – Suns – Problematic Pubic Symphysis Irritation. Will be up and Down going forward
Arron Afflalo – Nuggets – Strained Hamstring will keep him out.  Day-to-Day
Paul Milsap – Jazz – Out for more than a week, and his return is now listed as day-to-day
Andray Blatche – Wizards – The injured shoulder of Blatche appears to be giving him more issues
Channing Frye – Suns – The sharpshooter is ahead of schedule, but still a couple weeks away
Eric Gordon – Clippers – Still no timetable on his return from his wrist injury
Tyreke Evans – Kings – Plantar Fasciitis has kept him out the past 14 games, and may return by weeks end
Michael Redd – Bucks – His recovery from knee surgery will be over when he returns within 1 week
Mehmet Okur – Jazz – The Jazz big man’s season continues to plague him.  He is still day-to-day
Carlos Boozer – Bulls – Boozer will miss his 2nd straight game, and no timetable for return has been set.
Zydrunas Ilgauaskas – Heat – His foot infection will keep him out indefinitely
J.J Redick – Magic – Stomach strain will keep Reddick out indefinitely
Rudy Gay – Grizzlies – Still recovering from Shoulder injury and hope to return before season’s end
Kendrick Perkins – Thunder – Nearly 3 weeks after his trade, Perkins is set to make his debut with the Thunder
Marc Gasol – Grizzlies – Listed as day-to-day as his x-rays came back negative on his right ankle

If you happen to own any of the above listed players, and your Fantasy League is about to hit the Playoff push, maybe it’s time to seriously evaluate your roster and analyze the waiver wire in detail to ensure you get the best possible seeding.


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