Daily Fantasy Basketball Injury Report: Tuesday 3/21/17

After tweaking his ankle over the weekend, Giannis Antetokounmpo's status is worth monitoring before NBA DFS rosters lock.

Tuesdays brings us an exceptionally large NBA DFS slate, with eight games on the schedule. There aren't a ton of injuries, but there is one in particular you need to keep your eyes on.

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks

Giannis Antetokounmpo hurt his ankle while blocking a shot on Saturday and didn't return to the game. He has had a few days to recover, but it's something worth monitoring. The Milwaukee Bucks play later in the night on the West Coast, and if Antetokounmpo can't go, Khris Middleton would receive a hefty usage boost.

Phoenix Suns

The good news for the Phoenix Suns is that Devin Booker is probable tonight after missing one game with an ankle injury. Leandro Barbosa also participated in shootaround and looks good to go.

Brooklyn Nets

Jeremy Lin is doubtful for Tuesday, while Joe Harris and Sean Kilpatrick have already been ruled out. Look for Caris LeVert, Spencer Dinwiddie and Isaiah Whitehead to all get a bump assuming Lin does not play.

Tony Allen, Memphis Grizzlies

Tony Allen is not going to play on Tuesday for the first time since mid-November. James Ennis could enter the starting lineup, while Troy Daniels is a very interesting tournament option. Andrew Harrison is also another candidate to see a bump in minutes.

Andre Iguodala, Golden State Warriors

Andre Iguodala will miss Tuesday night's game with a hip injury. With Kevin Durant still out, that leaves a big void on the wing for the Golden State Warriors. Patrick McCaw, Ian Clark and Matt Barnes could all see more minutes with Igiodala on the sideline.

Nick Young, Los Angeles Lakers

After sitting out the Los Angeles Lakers' last game, Nick Young practiced on Monday and looks like he'll go on Tuesday night. This could limit the appeal of Jordan Clarkson slightly.