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According to Raptors reporter Eric Koreen, D.J. Wilson will not play Thursday with a knee injury.
After suffering a knee injury on Monday night against the Nets, Wilson will miss his second consecutive game on Thursday with a knee injury. His minutes will likely shift to Malachi Flynn and Thad Young.
D.J. Wilson (knee) is listed as questionable Tuesday versus Brooklyn, per Blake Murphy of Sportsnet
Wilson was injured with a non-contact knee injury during the fourth quarter of Toronto's 133-97 blowout of the Brooklyn Nets on Monday. If Wilson misses Tuesday's game, his absence shouldn't impact fantasy lineups whatsoever, as his minutes would likely come in the event of a blowout.
According to Blake Murphy on Twitter, D.J. Wilson suffers a non-contact knee injury vs. the Nets on Monday.
During the fourth quarter of Monday's matchup with the Nets as the Raptors lead by 30 or more points, Wilson went up for a dunk and fell awkwardly suffering a non-contact knee injury.
D.J. Wilson scored 25 points (10-17 FG, 3-7 3PT, 2-2 FT) with eight rebounds, four assists, three steals, and three turnovers across 40 minutes during Saturday's 129-116 loss to the Denver Nuggets.
The third-year forward out of Michigan led the Rockets in scoring during Saturday's loss to the Nuggets, shooting 58 FG% while collecting eight rebounds and forcing three steals. This was his first explosive offensive outing due to a multitude of injuries and players on rest, so Wilson remains a risk in lineups moving forward. He can be added as a depth piece but remains dependent upon Christian Wood and Danuel House Jr. missing additional games in order to return value.
D.J. Wilson scored 12 points (5-9 FG, 2-3 3PT) to go along with three rebounds and one assist in 15 minutes of play off the bench Saturday.
Wilson put up his season-best numbers off the bench while Bobby Portis got the start in place of Giannis Antetokounmpo. Wilson will only bring fantasy value when Milwaukee is short-handed. He isn't worth rostering in most fantasy formats.