Fantasy Basketball Buzzer Beater Dec. 1: Devin Harris Out, Vince Carter Returns

December 1st, 2010 by Justin Hasan Leave a reply »
Devin Harris injured his knee in Tuesday night’s game, after teammate Kris Humphries fell on him. Given the injury history of Harris, there is a good chance that he misses some games.

Stay tuned for an update on the MRI results that are scheduled for Wednesday.

Jordan Farmar becomes a short term pickup until the severity of Harris' injury is known, as he will take over as the Nets starting point guard if Harris misses any time.

On Tuesday night, Vince Carter returned to the lineup after a three game absence because of a sprained left knee.

For those who picked up J.J. Redick, it is now time to send the former Duke Blue Devil back to the waiver wire. On Tuesday, Redick played only 21 minutes, while Mickael Pietrus logged 29 minutes and ended the night with 13 points, five rebounds and three three-pointers off the bench.

Good news for DeMarcus Cousins owners: One day after Cousins was kicked out of practice, Kings coach Paul Westphal said that his minutes would not be affected.

Wesley Matthews took advantage of his fourth start of the season, finishing with 26 points, including two three-pointers.

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