2010-11 Fantasy week 22 preview

Injury watch:
  • Baron Davis (back): day-to-day
  • Arron Afflalo (hamstring): day-to-day
  • Raymond Felton (ankle): doubtful for Monday
  • Luis Scola (knee): should play today
  • Kobe Bryant (neck, ankle): monitor his status
  • Darrell Arthur (ankle): day-to-day
  • Mario Chalmers (ankle): could be serious; monitor his status
  • Ersan Ilyasova (concussion): getting closer to returning
  • Deron Williams (wrist): he could be shut down
  • Andre Iguodala (knee): day-to-day
  • Shawn Marion (wrist): check his status
  • Gilbert Arenas (knee): monitor his status
  • J.J. Redick (abdomen): day-to-day
  • Raja Bell (undisclosed): game-time decision today
  • Francisco Elson (knee): ditto
  • Ronnie Price (toe): ditto
  • Andrei Kirilenko (back): ditto
  • Paul Millsap (knee): ditto
  • Devin Harris (hamstring): ditto
  • Shaquille O’Neal (Achilles): won’t return any earlier than Wednesday; will start upon returning
  • Stephen Jackson (hamstring): expects to play Wednesday
  • Al Harrington (Achilles): day-to-day
Stock watch: ↑ Gerald Wallace: has started the past three games, putting up Crash-type numbers again

↑ C.J. Miles: starting gig looks secure, especially after his 40-point outburst Wednesday

↑ Wesley Matthews: still a strong fantasy play in most leagues, hit six threes Saturday

↑ Marcus Thornton: despite clunker Friday, Thornton looks like the real deal

↑ Andrew Bynum: his health looks good and he’s turned into a double-double and blocking machine

↓ Kobe Bryant: his nicked-up body is clearly affecting his accuracy from the field; a brief rest would do him good

↓ Chauncey Billups: hasn’t looked the same since his return from his thigh injury

↓ Al Horford: his last three games have been awful; he reprimanded his team for not sharing the ball more (translation: not giving him more shots)

↓ Marcus Camby: relegated to the bench with limited minutes, which means very limited production

↓ Rajon Rondo: he looks like he’s mailing in this last stretch of the season; his numbers in March have been very pedestrian

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