G - MEM
The Memphis Grizzles announced that G Jarrett Culver has been downgraded to questionable for Thursday's game in Denver.
Culver was added to the injury report Thursday afternoon and his status against the Nuggets is now in question as he deals with soreness in his right knee. If Culver is ultimately unable to go Thursday, it will open up some minutes for the likes of John Konchar, Kyle Anderson and Ziaire Williams.
Jarrett Culver finished Monday night's tilt with 12 points (5-11 FG, 2-5 3PT), three rebounds, and three assists in 30 minutes of action in the Grizzlies' 118-104 win over the Nets.
For now Culver should not be considered for a roster spot in any league as the Grizzlies will still likely see the return of Dillon Brooks soon from the COVID list along with De'Anthony Melton. Culver is a interesting prospect that should be monitored for future consideration once this somewhat crowded backcourt disperses or he gets traded.
Minnesota's Jarrett Culver will be available to play in Wednesday's matchup against the Bulls.
Tonight's game will be the first game action Culver has seen since January 25th. Understandably, Culver will be on a 15 minute restriction on Wednesday. With a head coach change, as well as positive contributions from young players like Anthony Edwards, fantasy managers should take a "wait and see" approach with Culver, making sure his role is one that remains worthwhile for fantasy purposes.
Minnesota Timberwolves forward Jarrett Culver (ankle) listed as probable ahead of Wednesday's game against the Bulls.
After missing the previous 16 games with a sprained left ankle, Culver is listed as probable ahead of Wednesday's matchup. With the head coaching change, it's unclear how Culver will fit in the rotation.
Timberwolves guard Jarrett Culver (left ankle sprain) has been ruled out for Tuesday's matchup against the Lakers.
Culver has not played since January 25th. Since then, Anthony Edwards has seen around 30 minutes a game, and we will likely see the same amount of playing time from the 2020 1st overall pick of the draft as he continues to flash his potential.