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Cameron Payne will not play on Thursday against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Bulls are stacked at the point with Rajon Rondo leading the way.
Updating a previous post, Richard Jefferson will not play on Thursday against Chicago. The veteran missed practice the day before and the team feels its best to hold him out. J.R. Smith, Derrick Williams, Iman Shumpert and Channing Frye will all pick up a few minutes.
Austin Rivers will not play on Thursday after suffering a hamstring injury on Wednesday against Washington. With Rivers out, J.J. Redick, Jamal Crawford and Raymond Felton will all see an uptick in minutes.
Robert Covington will be out the next two games with a right knee injury. Covington missed the previous game and now will miss Friday and Sunday. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot will start in his place.
Jahlil Okafor will miss the next two games which will bring his streak to the last six games missed.
Omer Asik is officially out for the season due to a gastrointestinal infection. Asik may be able to do basketball activities in a month or so. Either way, DeMarcus Cousins arrival is the likely end for Asik in NOLA.
Brandon Ingram will not play on Thursday and will miss his third game in a row. Corey Brewer will start again in his place with D'Angelo Russell and Jordan Clarkson stealing the show.
Marc Gasol is considered day-to-day with a foot injury. Gasol has missed the last three games while Brandan Wright will start again in his place. Zach Randolph will also see more run.
Reggie Jackson is still out on Thursday against the Nets due to a knee injury. Jackson seem destined to be a shut down candidate but now is day-to-day according to coach Stan Van Gundy. Ish Smith will start again with Beno Udrih getting some minutes.
Jon Leuer will remain in the starting lineup on Thursday against the Nets. It will be his second start in a row after Tobias Harris took the starting job back. Now, Harris will come off the bench but still see plenty of minutes.
As expected, James Harden will play on Thursday against the Blazers despite a sore wrist. Harden is going for triple-double number 21 on Thursday and there's no reason to think he won't get it.
LeBron James will play on Thursday despite the neck injury suffering in the previous game. James will be ready to rock and needs to win every game the rest of the way to take the No. 1 seed back from the Boston Celtics.