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2014-15 Positional Eligibility Tracker

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In CBSSports.com leagues that allow for multiple positions, here is a look at the players who are near gaining a new position. Five starts are needed during the season at a new position to gain eligibility:

Having starts toward Eligibility or Just Got Eligibility
  • Reggie Evans, Kings, Power Forward started 4 games as Center (Center) needs 1 more start to gain eligibility.
  • Jamal Crawford, Clippers, Shooting Guard started 2 games as Forward (Small Forward) needs 3 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Matt Bonner, Spurs, Center started 2 games as Forward (Power Forward) needs 3 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Khris Middleton, Bucks, Small Forward started 3 games as Guard (Shooting Guard) needs 2 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Boris Diaw, Spurs, Center started 2 games as Forward (Power Forward) needs 3 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Evan Turner, Celtics, Small Forward started 2 games as Guard (Shooting Guard) needs 3 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Justin Hamilton, Heat, Center started 2 games as Forward (Power Forward) needs 3 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Reggie Bullock, Clippers, Shooting Guard started 2 games as Forward (Small Forward) needs 3 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Jason Smith, Knicks, Center started 3 games as Forward (Power Forward) needs 2 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Allen Crabbe, Trail Blazers, Shooting Guard started 4 games as Forward (Small Forward) needs 1 more start to gain eligibility.
  • P.J. Hairston, Hornets, Shooting Guard started 2 games as Forward (Small Forward) needs 3 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Rudy Gobert, Jazz, Center started 2 games as Forward (Power Forward) needs 3 more starts to gain eligibility.
  • Thabo Sefolosha, Hawks, Shooting Guard started 3 games as Forward (Small Forward) needs 2 more starts to gain eligibility.

*Fantasy owners can track a player's starts under 'Situational Stats' on player pages.

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Roberson played 34 minutes Thursday, his highest amount of playing time since missing two weeks in November with a foot injury. He managed to deliver his first career double-double Thursday despite not coming into the game with any double-digit performances in points or rebounds. He also managed three assists and one steal in the loss, which ended the team's seven-game winning streak. The Thunder will move on to face the Lakers Friday.


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The Warriors are off until Monday after winning Thursday's game against the Thunder, leaving Barnes with the entire weekend to heal up for his team's next game. He scored 12 points on 5 of 11 shooting, including 2 of 4 shooting from three-point range, Thursday against the Thunder, adding seven rebounds, two steals and one assist in 34 minutes.


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Gay was listed as probable to play Thursday due to Achilles tendinitis and logged 39 minutes in the game, just missing a double-double while picking up nine rebounds, six assists and one steal in the loss. The Kings are riding five straight losses into Sunday's matchup with the Lakers.


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(12:39 am ET) Kings center DeMarcus Cousins scored a team-high 27 points on 8 of 12 shooting from the field and 11 of 13 shooting from the free-throw line while racking up 11 rebounds in his team's 108-107 loss to the Bucks Thursday.

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Bayless managed at least 10 points for the fifth straight game while putting up his second-highest scoring total of the season Thursday. He also racked up five assists, four rebounds and one block, and his 29 minutes of action matched a season high. The Bucks will square off with the Clippers Saturday.


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Durant had X-rays on the injured ankle as a precautionary measure, but the tests came back negative. He appeared to roll the ankle late in the first half. Durant finishes the game with 30 points on 10 of 13 shooting, including 5 of 6 shooting from three-point range, with the 30 points representing a career scoring high for one half.

The Thunder have a quick turnaround to face the Lakers Friday. Coach Scott Brooks said after the game he was unsure whether Durant would be available Friday, Yahoo! Sports reports. Durant added that he doesn't think the injury is serious and that he had to be convinced not to return to action in the second half.


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(12:11 am ET) Thunder small forward Kevin Durant suffered an apparent injury to his right foot late in the first half of his team's game against the Warriors Thursday and did not join the team on the floor to start the second half.

Durant scored 30 points in the first half before the injury, shooting 10 of 13 from the field and 5 of 6 from three-point range (the 30 points represented a career high for one half). The apparent injury was to the same foot that suffered a Jones fracture earlier this season. The team has yet to give an update on his status.


 
 
 
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