Daily Fantasy Basketball Injury Report: Tuesday 3/14/17

Robert Covington is listed as probable for tonight, and his return will likely take minutes away from Timothe Luwawu.

It's late enough in the season where you have to be on the look out for late breaking injuries. That being said, Tuesday's five-game slate is shaping up to be one where there aren't too many big injuries you have to track into the evening.

Robert Covington, Philadelphia 76ers

After sitting out Sunday's win against the Los Angeles Lakers, Robert Covington has been upgraded to probable for Tuesday. He went through shootaround, and assuming he returns to the starting lineup, Timothe Luwawu should lose out on a lot of his value.

Tobias Harris, Detroit Pistons

Tobias Harris did not participate in practice on Monday, but coach Stan Van Gundy still expects him to play. Check for another update closer to tip, but if he is active and in the starting lineup, it will keep Jon Leuer out of consideration tonight.

Myles Turner, Indiana Pacers

Myles Turner hurt his finger, but he says he is ready to play tonight regardless. Lavoy Allen is listed as questionable and if he does not play, Al Jefferson might see some more run off the bench. C.J. Miles could get a small boost when the Indiana Pacers go small.

Kyle Korver, Cleveland Cavaliers

We haven't heard any updates on Kyle Korver after the Cleveland Cavaliers said he will miss about a week with a recurring foot injury. Assuming he is still out tonight, look for Iman Shumpert to play 30-plus minutes.

Joe Harris, Brooklyn Nets

Joe Harris is still sitting out on Tuesday for the Brooklyn Nets, so Sean Kilpatrick profiles as a nice tournament option against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Dante Cunningham, New Orleans Pelicans

Dante Cunningham is questionable on Tuesday, but while it might give some more minutes to Hollis Thompson, the New Orleans Pelicans are pretty top heavy when it comes to DFS plays, so Cunningham being out doesn't really impact things from a DFS perspective.