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Shaquille Harrison agreed to a 10-day deal on Tuesday with the Suns. Josh Gray was waived in order to make room for the former Tulsa product. (Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Harrison takes Gray's spot as a filler if Tyler Ulis, Troy Daniels, and/or Davon Reed are all out. He's off the fantasy radar.


The Magic agreed to sign Rashad Vaughn to a 10-day deal on Tuesday. Vaughn has jumped from the Bucks to the Nets before being sent to the Pelicans, who then waived him. (Source: Shams Charania on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Vaughn could see some minutes in Orlando as the Magic have a tough time staying healthy. Aron Afflalo could be bought out leaving a few minutes for perhaps Vaughn. Leave him alone for now but add him to your watch list.


The day after President's Day is now named "10-Day" deal Day after another 10-day signing for the Pacers. Trey McKinney Jones agreed to a 10-day deal who was undrafted. (Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Jones needs to be left on the waiver wire as he's the last resort if Glenn Robinson and Darren Collison miss more time.


Josh Gray has been waived by the Suns on Tuesday in order to clear space for Shaquille Harrison. (Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Gray averaged 6.4 points, 2.4 assists, 2.0 rebounds, 1.6 steals per game in five games with the Suns. Gray could find a 10-day deal somewhere but should be left on the waiver wire.


Brandon Rush agreed to a 10-day deal with the Blazers on Tuesday. (Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Rush slides in behind CJ McCollum and Pat Connaughton at shooting guard for the Blazers so leave him on the waiver wire.


The Knicks and Troy Williams have agreed to a 10-day deal on Tuesday. Williams was waived last week to make room for Joe Johnson and could see minutes in the rotation right away behind Lance Thomas and Michael Beasley. (Source: New York Post)

Fantasy Impact: Leave Williams on the waiver wire unless something happens to Courtney Lee and Lance Thomas. Michael Beasley needs to be owned in all leagues if he isn't already.


Tiago Splitter retired from the NBA on Monday after seven seasons with the Spurs, 76ers, and Hawks. Splitter was drafted by the Spurs in 2007 but didn't make his NBA debut until 2010. He's now a reporter and will not make a return to the NBA. (Source: Globo.com)

Fantasy Impact: Splitter was not a fantasy option back in his day as a role player off the bench with the Spurs and Tim Duncan. He finished averaging 7.9 points and 5.0 rebounds per game.


In a 107-97 win over the Suns, Rudy Gobert scored 14 points (5-for-8 from the field and 4-for-4 from the line), grabbed 17 boards and dished out one assist in 37 minutes of action.

Fantasy Impact: Gobert has been phenomenal lately on the defensive end for Utah and now has his season averages in points (12.5) and rebounds (10.1) in the double figures. His 2.3 blocks per game this year is also solid in additional to his high field goal percentage (58%) that continues to be a big plus for fantasy teams, too.


Emeka Okafor will sign a second 10-day deal with the Pelicans after even getting one start over the past two weeks. Depending on the matchup, Okafor and Nikola Mirotic are in line to swap starts. (Source: Marc Stein on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Okafor is worth a look in deeper leagues if you're in need of rebounds or blocks. Mirotic is by far the better overall fantasy play but Okafor has some upside.