Christian Wood (ankle) ruled out Monday for Rockets
The Houston Rockets have ruled out Christian Wood (ankle) for Monday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers.
Wood will now have missed four games with this ankle injury, but does appear to be nearing a return (although the Rockets may just shut him down for the year in a lost season).
With Wood out tonight, expect Kenyon Martin to continue playing heavy minutes. He has started in each of the past three games and has averaged over 40 minutes per contest. He has a $7,100 salary on FanDuel and has topped 40 fantasy points in each of the past 3 games.
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