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Top Injuries to Watch

1. While they are listed as questionable, Jimmy Butler (foot) and Goran Dragic (ankle) are expected to play against the Pacers after they went through practice. Kendrick Nunn is still out, so there will still be a role for Tyler Herro. However, Jimmy Butler vs. Warren is arguably the best narrative of the bubble, so Herro isn’t nearly as attractive as he was vs. Phoenix.

2. The Pacers listed T.J. Warren (foot) as questionable for the second straight game, but he was a full go for a whopping 37 minutes on Saturday. It’s against Jimmy Butler, so he had better get out there or Butler will be trashing him for sitting.

3. The Raptors played on Sunday and they haven’t rested anyone yet, so today could be the day. Terence Davis II and Chris Boucher would be players to consider if several guys are sitting out.

4. OKC played on Sunday, and chances are Chris Paul gets the night off here. Danilo Gallinari is also a very good bet to sit.  Hamidou Diallo and Darius Bazley should be looking at more time. If Steven Adams and Nerlens Noel sit again, it’ll be more Mike Muscala and Bazley with Kevin Hervey behind them. For what it’s worth, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was pulled before the other starters and he’s been really rusty, so maybe he gets more action to get into a groove. Of course, it’s still very possible he sits and anyone wanting to use him will have to make sure he’s starting.

5. The Jazz have Donovan Mitchell (leg) listed as questionable for the second straight game, but he did play and play well on Saturday. If he can’t go, Mike Conley and Jordan Clarkson should benefit most while there could be minutes for Miye Oni and Emmanuel Mudiay. Nigel Williams-Goss (ankle) is still out.

6. Giannis Antetokounmpo (tooth) is probable, and the Bucks have nothing to play for. This is a back-to-back set and we’ve seen the Bucks pull their guys early, so be very careful here.

 

Oklahoma City Thunder (B2B) vs. Phoenix Suns (B2B), 2:30 pm ET
From up top: OKC played on Sunday, and chances are Chris Paul gets the night off here. Danilo Gallinari is also a very good bet to sit.  Hamidou Diallo and Darius Bazley should be looking at more time. If Steven Adams and Nerlens Noel sit again, it’ll be more Mike Muscala and Bazley with Kevin Hervey behind them. For what it’s worth, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was pulled before the other starters and he’s been really rusty, so maybe he gets more action to get into a groove. Of course, it’s still very possible he sits and anyone wanting to use him will have to make sure he’s starting.

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