F - LAC
P.J. Tucker didn't score a single point (0-2 FG, 0-2 3PT) and grabbed seven rebounds in a 118-117 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday.
Despite playing 26 minutes over the course of the night, Tucker failed to score even a single point. He had a fine impact defensively in real life, but that didn't offer him much value in fantasy leagues. He doesn't contribute a lot on the offensive side of the ball, so he's not worth much consideration in most fantasy leagues moving forward.
P.J. Tucker (calf) is out for Friday's game against the Atlanta Hawks.
Tucker is set to miss Friday's game because of a calf injury. It's not considered a serious issue, and the team expects him to be back sometime within the next few games. Georges Niang is set to get more work while the veteran is out against Atlanta.
P.J. Tucker (calf) will be active for Thursday's game against the Miami Heat.
Tucker's status for Thursday was originally in question because of a calf injury, but it's a minor issue and the team has decided that he will be able to play through it. He will start, but he doesn't project to score enough to be relevant for fantasy purposes against Miami.
P.J. Tucker (calf) is questionable for Thursday's game against the Miami Heat.
Calf soreness will leave Tucker's status for Thursday up in the air. It's not thought to be a serious issue, and he should only miss a game or two if he has to sit out at all. Georges Niang and Jalen McDaniels will both get more work if the veteran is unavailable against the Heat.
P.J. Tucker (ankle) is listed as questionable to play in Wednesday's game against the Chicago Bulls.
Tucker has been out for two consecutive games thanks to an ankle injury of some kind, and he's at risk of missing a third game on Wednesday. The team will make a decision about his availability closer to game time, and Georges Niang would be a fantasy beneficiary of the veteran's absence.