Daily Fantasy Basketball Injury Report: Friday 3/24/17

Friday's big slate has plenty of injuries to keep track of as you build your NBA DFS lineups. What should you know?

It's been nine full days since the last NBA slate of 10 games or more, and with that comes what could end up as a wild night of injuries this late in the season.

Here are the names that you need to keep an eye on tonight while building your DFS rosters.

Notable Injuries

John Wall, Washington Wizards

The biggest name to watch heading into Friday evening is John Wall, who missed Washington Wizards shootaround this morning with migraine headaches. If Wall can't go, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter, and Markieff Morris will all have to take on some more shots, while Brandon Jennings may be the most popular value play of the night.

Paul Millsap, Atlanta Hawks

Paul Millsap will miss his third straight game on Friday, leaving Dwight Howard and Dennis Schroder as the Atlanta Hawks' main two weapons offensively. Also, look for Ersan Ilyasova to get another start.

Danilo Gallinari, Denver Nuggets

Danilo Gallinari is ready to return on Friday, which throws the Denver Nuggets' forward rotation into some disarray. It's unclear if he will be on a minutes limit, so Gallinari could return to his normal role as the Nuggets' number-two option offensively behind Nikola Jokic.

Also of concern is Kenneth Faried, who is questionable. Keep an eye on his status for Friday because it could allow more minutes for Wilson Chandler at power forward.

Jahlil Okafor, Philadephia 76ers

Jahlil Okafor can't seem to shake this recurring knee issue, and he did not participate in this morning's shootaround. If he can't go, Richaun Holmes will once again be asked to play big minutes. Also, look out for news of when Tiago Splitter will be returning from the D-League.

John Henson, Milwaukee Bucks

John Henson did not play Wednesday for the Milwaukee Bucks, who saw Spencer Hawes have a nice game for his new team. He and Greg Monroe get the biggest boost if Henson is out again.

Andre Iguodala, Golden State Warriors

Andre Iguodala did not play Tuesday, and there has been no word on his status tonight. Ian Clark and Patrick McCaw saw the biggest boost in minutes without Iguodala a few nights ago, and Klay Thompson could also soak up some more shots.

Brandon Ingram, Los Angeles Lakers

Brandon Ingram is listed as probable Friday after going through shootaround. Expect him to log his normal workload against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Phoenix Suns

The Phoenix Suns might be the most popular team to target tonight with only eight guys healthy. T.J. Warren and Derrick Jones Jr. will join a lengthy list of injuries for the Suns, and with that will come some big minutes and nice value plays.

Devin Booker and Tyler Ulis might play minutes into the 40s again, while Leandro Barbosa and Jared Dudley are both candidates to see extra minutes off the bench. Also, look for Marquese Chriss to get some more run in the frontcourt if they go small or the Suns' other bigs are in foul trouble.

Lesser Injuries

Brooklyn Nets

Both Joe Harris and Sean Kilpatrick remain out tonight, but with the Brooklyn Nets playing so many guys, it's hard to gauge the fantasy impacts.

Christiano Felicio, Chicago Bulls

Cristiano Felicio will miss his second straight game on Friday, but Robin Lopez will be back and could see a few more minutes with Joffrey Lauvergne picking up some extra run as well.

Glenn Robinson III, Indiana Pacers

Glenn Robinson III is officially questionable for Friday with a calf injury. If he is unable to play, C.J. Miles and Monta Ellis should pick up some more minutes.

Jeff Green, Orlando Magic

Jeff Green is a game-time decision against the Detroit Pistons tonight with back spasms. Without Green on Wednesday, Mario Hezonja played well in 23 minutes, and he could see a similar role on Friday if Green is out again.