G - ORL
Per the Magic PR, guard Cole Anthony has been ruled out Tuesday with an ankle injury.
With Anthony ruled out Tuesday, the Magic will likely turn to Hassani Gravett to start and see more of an extended role. Gary Harris will also likely see increase usage.
Orlando Magic star PG Cole Anthony (right ankle sprain) will be out of the lineup Wednesday as the Magic take on the Hawks.
With Anthony out again Mychal Mulder will see another start. Anthony will now miss his third straight game and will likely take the questionable tag into tomorrow night's tilt against the Hawks.
Cole Anthony has been ruled out for Saturday's matchup against the Brooklyn Nets due to a right ankle sprain. This doesn't come as a surprise with the Magic being on a back-to-back and Anthony missing last night's affair against the Heat as well.
Gary Harris and Mychal Mulder stand to soak up the frontcourt minutes for the Magic Saturday against Brooklyn. Neither are must roster fantasy assets, but Harris carries more appeal and has played relatively well as of late.
Cole Anthony didn't play in Friday's matchup vs. the Miami Heat due to a right ankle sprain.
Anthony (ankle) was one of the few Magic players not in the health and safety protocols Friday, but he sat out due to a right ankle injury. The only available point guard on the Magic's depth chart was Mychal Mulder, who was forced into 22 minutes but underwhelmed with the given opportunity.
Cole Anthony was ice cold from the field Wednesday, going 3-for-14 from the field and 0-for-5 from behind the arc, finishing with seven points, five rebounds, five assists, and four turnovers in 34 minutes of the Magics loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
Every player has off nights here and there, and unfortunately, Wednesday happened to be one of those nights for Cole Anthony. He's been a fantasy stud all year, though, and the young guard should have no problem bouncing right back from this dud Friday against Miami.