Jaylen Brown (hip) will return to the Celtics on Friday and replace Marcus Smart in the starting lineup.
Avery Bradley (Achilles) remains out. Smart's numbers dip slightly when coming off the bench vs. starting, but not dramatically. Smart is averaging 9.3 points, 4.7 assists, and 3.7 rebounds in 28.8 minutes as a reserve this season. Although it is important to note Bradley played in many of those games in which Smart came off the pine.
Corey Brewer is available to play against the Thunder on Friday.
He is not a lock to play in this game. The Lakers are expected to go with a youth movement, so Brewer likely won't be featured on his new team. He is under contract for next year, though.
Avery Bradley (Achilles) is officially out for Friday against the Raptors.
The good news is he is getting very close. He had a lengthy workout on Friday and is scheduled to have another practice on Saturday. Coach Brad Stevens also said Bradley will play "sooner rather than later." His fantasy owners should have him ready to roll next week.
Jaylen Brown (hip) will return to the starting lineup and Marcus Smart will move to the bench against the Raptors on Friday.
It'll be Isaiah Thomas, Brown, Jae Crowder, Amir Johnson and Al Horford. Brown played 24.5 minutes per game as a starting guard with just 9.0 points per game, so he's not really a great fantasy option. His return suggests Smart will be back around 30 minutes tonight.
Kevin Seraphin will come off the bench against the Grizzlies on Friday.
He could see minutes as the backup five with Al Jefferson (mouth) out. Seraphin still can't be counted on in most fantasy leagues.
The Bucks will stay with the same lineup in their first game out of the All-Star break Friday vs. Utah: Matthew Dellavedova, Tony Snell, Michael Beasley, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Thon Maker.
Beasley started each of the Bucks last three contests prior to the break. He averaged 14.7 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game in those three starts. He also reached double-figures in four of Milwaukee's last five games.
Thaddeus Young (wrist) and C.J. Miles are in the starting lineup against the Grizzlies on Friday.
Young will get his first action since an ugly fall on Feb. 3. While it is to his shooting wrist, Young didn't have structural damage and the All-Star break likely helped him get close to 100 percent. Get him in your lineups.
Domantas Sabonis will get another start against the Lakers on Friday night.
There is a very good chance this is his last go 'round. Taj Gibson is coming off the bench today and Sabonis just did not show any improvement during his time while Enes Kanter (arm) was out. If you were riding Sabonis in your deep league, go find someone else.