2010-11 Fantasy week 17 preview

  • Amar’e Stoudemire (toe): hopes to play Wednesday
  • Kevin Durant (ankle): hopes to play today
  • Luther Head (knee): day-to-day
  • Corey Maggette (back): monitor his status
  • Martell Webster (back): aiming to practice today; monitor his status
  • Marcus Camby (knee): won’t play today, but getting very close
  • Andrei Kirilenko (ankle): monitor his status
  • Rashard Lewis (knee): day-to-day
  • Al Thornton (finger): day-to-day
  • Josh Howard (knee): expected to return today
  • Nate Robinson (knee): expected to play today
  • Shaquille O’Neal (Achilles): out until the All-Star break, maybe beyond
  • Leandro Barbosa (hamstring): unlikely today
  • Raja Bell (calf): day-to-day
  • Brandon Roy (knees): expected to return Wednesday

Stock watch:

↑ Carmelo Anthony: blasting opponents with his scoring lately, averaging 40.3 points and three three-pointers made in his last three games

↑ Andre Miller: averaging season-high marks in points (15), rebounds (4.2) and assists (nine) per game in February

↑ Gerald Wallace: finally putting things together, averaged 19.3 points, 11.8 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 1.5 steals, 1.3 blocks, one turnover and 1.3 threes in four games last week

↑ Raymond Felton: looks revived in February, back in double-double territory

↑ DeJuan Blair: has notched double-digit rebounds in seven of his last eight games, even blocking some shots lately

↓ Chris Paul: shooting a season-low 44.7 percent from the field in February, while turning the ball over a season-high three times per game

↓ Dirk Nowitzki: has looked very human lately, struggling from the field, not hitting threes, grabbing fewer rebounds

↓ Wesley Matthews: two stinkers in a row isn’t a good way to defend his minutes against Brandon Roy’s return

↓ Manu Ginobili: coach Gregg Popovich said Batman is banged up right now, played him just 8:11 on Saturday

↓ Jason Richardson: season-low marks in field-goal percentage, points and rebounds so far in February

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