Fantasy Basketball News

Latest Injury News

Gordon Hayward (leg) has begun running on the basketball court. This is the first time that Hayward has been able to go through any basketball activities since undergoing surgery back in May, (Source: masslive.com)

Fantasy Impact: This is good news as Hayward continues to make progress and could be playing five on five basketball by the end of July. The goal is for the 28-year-old swingman ready for action by the start of the season.


Coach Steve Kerr said that Andre Iguodala will warm up with the intention of playing in Game 3. Kerr doesn't know how many minutes Iguodala will play but is expected to come off the bench. (Source: Washington Post)

Fantasy Impact: In his first game back don't expect Iguodala to play more than 20 minutes. He should provide some solid depth but not much else. He will be there to provide much need wing depth and guard Lebron James.


Jayson Tatum will continue to be monitored for concussion-like symptoms to ensure he did not sustain one in Friday's Game 6 loss to the Cavaliers, Jay King of MassLive.com reports. Tatum collided heads with the Cavaliers' Kevin Love early in the first quarter. (Source: Jay King on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Tatum finished the game with 15 points on 7-for-13 shooting with three rebounds, two assists, and a steal across 39 minutes. Keep an eye on updates to see if there is a chance Tatum misses Game 7 but it sounds like he will play.


Chris Paul re-injured his hamstring and suffered a hamstring strain to his right hamstring and will miss Game 6 against the Warriors. It's a tough blow as Paul came up clutch in Game 5 with James Harden struggling from three-point land. Eric Gordon will start in his place in game 6. (Source: Shams Charania on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: With Paul out, James Harden will be asked to step up and start making some from beyond the arc. Eric Gordon figures to benefit the most with Gerald Green and Joe Johnson also being asked to step up. PJ Tucker, Ryan Anderson, Trevor Ariza, and Clint Capela all benefit.