G - ORL - OUT
Orlando Magic PG Cole Anthony (ribs) has been ruled out and will not return until after the All-Star break due to a non-displaced fracture of his first right rib.
Anthony had previously missed a couple games due to a shoulder injury but is now expected to miss a few more weeks until after the March 7th All-Star game due to a fractured rib. Reserve point guard Michael-Carter Williams becomes the starting facilitator and is still available on waiver wires in 95% of ESPN season-long leagues, making him a solid insert into starting lineups as he has averaged 17.5 points and 5.5 assists across his last week of action.
Orlando Magic PG Cole Anthony (shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Suns.
Anthony along with Evan Fournier, Al-Farouq Aminu, and James Ennis will all be out for Sunday leaving the Magic with only eight active players. Expect the team to rely on Michael Carter-Williams heavily in Sunday's game.
Magic point guard Cole Anthony is listed questionable to play in Sunday's game against the Suns.
A right shoulder strain has kept the rookie guard out of the last two games for the Magic. Anthony was considered questionable to play Friday before being ruled prior to the game. With so many injuries mounting up for the Magic, Michael Carter-Williams should be a valuable fantasy option if Anthony is unable to go against the Suns.
Magic rookie PG Cole Anthony (shoulder) is questionable to play Friday night vs. the Kings.
Anthony has missed the last two games with the injury, but could return Friday, especially with the Magic now being down backup point guard Frank Mason III.
Magic point guard Cole Anthony will not play in Thursday's game against the Warriors due to a shoulder strain.
Evan Fournier will also sit this one out, leaving the short-handed Magic to rely solely on Frank Mason to run the show against the Warriors. Anthony should be considered questionable for Friday's game against the Kings.