Daily Fantasy Basketball Injury Report: Tuesday 3/7/17

Victor Oladipo has missed six straight games, but he is listed as a game-time decision for tonight's clash with Portland.

After the wild 12-game slate on Monday which saw an entire game postponed and several late-breaking injuries that altered the slate entirely, Tuesday is here and will hopefully be a bit more mild.

With only three games the injury report is much shorter than it was 24 hours ago, but there are a couple of bigger names on the list that could open up some cheap value punt plays on Tuesday.

Oklahoma City Thunder

The Oklahoma City Thunder are dealing with a couple of injury concerns to a pair of guards tonight. Victor Oladipo has missed six games, but he is officially a game-time decision tonight. There is also some concern around Alex Abrines, who was poked in the eye on Sunday. However, he participated in Monday's practice, so if Oladipo is out again, Abrines and Doug McDermott could be in line for expanded roles.

Los Angeles Lakers

Larry Nance Jr. hurt his wrist on Sunday, but X-rays were negative and he will play tonight. Ivica Zubac is the guy to watch, as he is questionable with a bruised quad. Tarik Black, Julius Randle and Timofey Mozgov could see some more minutes if Zubac is out.

Bradley Beal, Washington Wizards

Bradley Beal is in the midst of a career season, and he has generally been healthy. However, he sprained his ankle in Saturday's game and left the contest before returning. There has been no update on any lingering swelling, so just keep him in mind tonight and double-check his status before locking him into your lineups. John Wall would be something of a must-play if Beal's ankle has gotten worse since the weekend.

Allen Crabbe, Portland Trail Blazers

Allen Crabbe hurt his tibia over the weekend but was able to return to the game. He is listed as probable for tonight, so expect him to serve in his normal role off the bench for the Portland Trail Blazers.