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YESTERDAY'S PERFECT LINEUP

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SF W. Barton DEN $5,700 SALARY 7.1x VALUE 40.7 FP
PF J. Randle NY $7,600 SALARY 7.1x VALUE 53.7 FP
SG D. Wright DAL $4,300 SALARY 9.3x VALUE 39.8 FP
PF C. Wood DET $7,900 SALARY 7.0x VALUE 55.4 FP
C B. Marjanovic DAL $3,600 SALARY 15.5x VALUE 55.9 FP
PG T. Young ATL $10,000 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 54.9 FP
PG L. Doncic DAL $11,200 SALARY 4.7x VALUE 52.7 FP
SG R. Barrett NY $4,800 SALARY 9.4x VALUE 45.0 FP
SF C. Martin CHA $3,800 SALARY 11.3x VALUE 42.9 FP
      $58,900 TOTAL
SALARY
  441.0 TOTAL
FP
PF/C J. Randle NY $7,800 SALARY 7.3x VALUE 56.8 FP
PG E. Payton NY $6,500 SALARY 6.8x VALUE 44.3 FP
PG/SG D. Wright DAL $4,700 SALARY 7.9x VALUE 37.3 FP
PF/C C. Wood DET $8,100 SALARY 6.6x VALUE 53.8 FP
C B. Marjanovic DAL $3,000 SALARY 19.3x VALUE 57.8 FP
PG T. Young ATL $10,400 SALARY 6.0x VALUE 62.5 FP
PG/SG R. Barrett NY $5,500 SALARY 8.1x VALUE 44.3 FP
SG/SF C. Martin CHA $4,000 SALARY 10.3x VALUE 41.3 FP
      $50,000 TOTAL
SALARY
  397.8 TOTAL
FP
SF W. Barton DEN $21 SALARY 1.9x VALUE 40.7 FP
PF J. Randle NY $32 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 53.7 FP
PG E. Payton NY $25 SALARY 1.8x VALUE 45.0 FP
PF C. Wood DET $35 SALARY 1.6x VALUE 55.4 FP
C B. Marjanovic DAL $10 SALARY 5.6x VALUE 55.9 FP
PG T. Young ATL $45 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 54.9 FP
SG R. Barrett NY $16 SALARY 2.8x VALUE 45.0 FP
SG C. Martin CHA $12 SALARY 3.6x VALUE 42.9 FP
      $196 TOTAL
SALARY
  393.5 TOTAL
FP

Player News

NBA reportedly approves 22-team restart

The NBA's Board of Governors has agreed to resume the 2019-20 season with 22 teams playing in Orlando.

What It Means:

The league is expected to resume on July 31. The 16 current playoff teams will be joined by the Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs, Phoenix Suns, and Washington Wizards. Each team will play eight games before the playoffs for seeding purposes. If the 9th seed is within four games of the 8th seed, then there will be a play-in for the last spot that requires double-elimination for the 8th seed and single-elimination for the 9th seed. The 16 playoff teams are: Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, Toronto Raptors, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies, Brooklyn Nets, and Orlando Magic.

The Bucks are the top team in numberFire's NBA Team Power Rankings and our models give them a 55.8 percent chance of winning the title. The Lakers are next at 22.0 percent.

NBA expected to resume July 31 with 22 teams

The NBA is planning to resume play on July 31 in Orlando with 22 teams, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

What It Means:

The 16 current playoff teams will be joined by the Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs, Phoenix Suns, and Washington Wizards. Each team will play eight games before the playoffs for seeding purposes. If the 9th seed is within four games of the 8th seed, then there will be a play-in for the last spot that requires double-elimination for the 8th seed and single-elimination for the 9th seed. The 16 playoff teams are: Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, Toronto Raptors, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies, Brooklyn Nets, and Orlando Magic.

The Bucks are the top team in numberFire's NBA Team Power Rankings and our models give them a 55.8 percent chance of winning the title. The Lakers are next at 22.0 percent.

The Athletic: Sixers will likely include Shake Milton in starting lineup

According to Derek Bodner and The Athletic, "the Philadelphia 76ers’ starting five will likely be Ben Simmons, Shake Milton, Joel Embiid, Josh Richardson and Tobias Harris.

What It Means:

After displaying "shooting and playmaking" ability in multiple roles including on-and-off the ball, Milton seems like the logical candidate to start for the Sixers after the NBA restarts their season. Expect Milton to ultimately share minutes with Al Horford in a fifth starter or sixth man type role.

In a 611.5 minute sample size this season, Milton is averaging 0.86 FanDuel points per minute and a usage rate of 20%.

Jon Leuer retires after 8 seasons

According to his Instagram, Jon Leuer announced his retirement from professional basketball after playing eight seasons.

What It Means:

Leuer will retire from basketball after recently dealing with several major injuries. "I love the game of basketball. I still want to play, but I know deep down it’s not the right decision for my health anymore," said Leuer on his social media account. "The past 3 years I’ve dealt with a number of injuries, including 2 that kept me out this whole season. It’s taken me a while to come to grips with this, but I’m truly at peace with my decision to officially retire."

In 377 career games, Leuer will end his NBA career averaging 6.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 0.8 assists.

Source: Instagram

Portland's Rodney Hood (Achilles) not ready to return

Portland Trail Blazers guard / forward Rodney Hood (Achilles) "will not return under any circumstance this season."

What It Means:

According to The Athletic, Hood will not play again this season despite gaining access to continue his rehab at Portland's practice facility. Expect the 27-year old to return for the start of next season if his recovery continues to positively progress.

In 21 starts before his injury, Hood averaged 11.0 points with a shooting percentage of 50% including 49% of his three-point attempts.

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NBA reportedly approves 22-team restart

The NBA's Board of Governors has agreed to resume the 2019-20 season with 22 teams playing in Orlando.

What It Means:

The league is expected to resume on July 31. The 16 current playoff teams will be joined by the Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs, Phoenix Suns, and Washington Wizards. Each team will play eight games before the playoffs for seeding purposes. If the 9th seed is within four games of the 8th seed, then there will be a play-in for the last spot that requires double-elimination for the 8th seed and single-elimination for the 9th seed. The 16 playoff teams are: Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, Toronto Raptors, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies, Brooklyn Nets, and Orlando Magic.

The Bucks are the top team in numberFire's NBA Team Power Rankings and our models give them a 55.8 percent chance of winning the title. The Lakers are next at 22.0 percent.

NBA expected to resume July 31 with 22 teams

The NBA is planning to resume play on July 31 in Orlando with 22 teams, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

What It Means:

The 16 current playoff teams will be joined by the Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs, Phoenix Suns, and Washington Wizards. Each team will play eight games before the playoffs for seeding purposes. If the 9th seed is within four games of the 8th seed, then there will be a play-in for the last spot that requires double-elimination for the 8th seed and single-elimination for the 9th seed. The 16 playoff teams are: Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, Toronto Raptors, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies, Brooklyn Nets, and Orlando Magic.

The Bucks are the top team in numberFire's NBA Team Power Rankings and our models give them a 55.8 percent chance of winning the title. The Lakers are next at 22.0 percent.

The Athletic: Sixers will likely include Shake Milton in starting lineup

According to Derek Bodner and The Athletic, "the Philadelphia 76ers’ starting five will likely be Ben Simmons, Shake Milton, Joel Embiid, Josh Richardson and Tobias Harris.

What It Means:

After displaying "shooting and playmaking" ability in multiple roles including on-and-off the ball, Milton seems like the logical candidate to start for the Sixers after the NBA restarts their season. Expect Milton to ultimately share minutes with Al Horford in a fifth starter or sixth man type role.

In a 611.5 minute sample size this season, Milton is averaging 0.86 FanDuel points per minute and a usage rate of 20%.

Jon Leuer retires after 8 seasons

According to his Instagram, Jon Leuer announced his retirement from professional basketball after playing eight seasons.

What It Means:

Leuer will retire from basketball after recently dealing with several major injuries. "I love the game of basketball. I still want to play, but I know deep down it’s not the right decision for my health anymore," said Leuer on his social media account. "The past 3 years I’ve dealt with a number of injuries, including 2 that kept me out this whole season. It’s taken me a while to come to grips with this, but I’m truly at peace with my decision to officially retire."

In 377 career games, Leuer will end his NBA career averaging 6.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 0.8 assists.

Source: Instagram

Portland's Rodney Hood (Achilles) not ready to return

Portland Trail Blazers guard / forward Rodney Hood (Achilles) "will not return under any circumstance this season."

What It Means:

According to The Athletic, Hood will not play again this season despite gaining access to continue his rehab at Portland's practice facility. Expect the 27-year old to return for the start of next season if his recovery continues to positively progress.

In 21 starts before his injury, Hood averaged 11.0 points with a shooting percentage of 50% including 49% of his three-point attempts.

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NBA reportedly approves 22-team restart

The NBA's Board of Governors has agreed to resume the 2019-20 season with 22 teams playing in Orlando.

What It Means:

The league is expected to resume on July 31. The 16 current playoff teams will be joined by the Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs, Phoenix Suns, and Washington Wizards. Each team will play eight games before the playoffs for seeding purposes. If the 9th seed is within four games of the 8th seed, then there will be a play-in for the last spot that requires double-elimination for the 8th seed and single-elimination for the 9th seed. The 16 playoff teams are: Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, Toronto Raptors, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies, Brooklyn Nets, and Orlando Magic.

The Bucks are the top team in numberFire's NBA Team Power Rankings and our models give them a 55.8 percent chance of winning the title. The Lakers are next at 22.0 percent.

NBA expected to resume July 31 with 22 teams

The NBA is planning to resume play on July 31 in Orlando with 22 teams, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

What It Means:

The 16 current playoff teams will be joined by the Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs, Phoenix Suns, and Washington Wizards. Each team will play eight games before the playoffs for seeding purposes. If the 9th seed is within four games of the 8th seed, then there will be a play-in for the last spot that requires double-elimination for the 8th seed and single-elimination for the 9th seed. The 16 playoff teams are: Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, Toronto Raptors, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies, Brooklyn Nets, and Orlando Magic.

The Bucks are the top team in numberFire's NBA Team Power Rankings and our models give them a 55.8 percent chance of winning the title. The Lakers are next at 22.0 percent.

The Athletic: Sixers will likely include Shake Milton in starting lineup

According to Derek Bodner and The Athletic, "the Philadelphia 76ers’ starting five will likely be Ben Simmons, Shake Milton, Joel Embiid, Josh Richardson and Tobias Harris.

What It Means:

After displaying "shooting and playmaking" ability in multiple roles including on-and-off the ball, Milton seems like the logical candidate to start for the Sixers after the NBA restarts their season. Expect Milton to ultimately share minutes with Al Horford in a fifth starter or sixth man type role.

In a 611.5 minute sample size this season, Milton is averaging 0.86 FanDuel points per minute and a usage rate of 20%.

Jon Leuer retires after 8 seasons

According to his Instagram, Jon Leuer announced his retirement from professional basketball after playing eight seasons.

What It Means:

Leuer will retire from basketball after recently dealing with several major injuries. "I love the game of basketball. I still want to play, but I know deep down it’s not the right decision for my health anymore," said Leuer on his social media account. "The past 3 years I’ve dealt with a number of injuries, including 2 that kept me out this whole season. It’s taken me a while to come to grips with this, but I’m truly at peace with my decision to officially retire."

In 377 career games, Leuer will end his NBA career averaging 6.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 0.8 assists.

Source: Instagram

Portland's Rodney Hood (Achilles) not ready to return

Portland Trail Blazers guard / forward Rodney Hood (Achilles) "will not return under any circumstance this season."

What It Means:

According to The Athletic, Hood will not play again this season despite gaining access to continue his rehab at Portland's practice facility. Expect the 27-year old to return for the start of next season if his recovery continues to positively progress.

In 21 starts before his injury, Hood averaged 11.0 points with a shooting percentage of 50% including 49% of his three-point attempts.

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