Rudy Gay
Kings' Rudy Gay, Darren Collison questionable Friday
Rudy Gay, SF, SAC
News: Kings forward Rudy Gay and guard Darren Collison are questionable to play Friday against the Spurs, the team announced.

Gay has missed two straight games with right Achilles tendinitis. Collison has also missed two straight games with a left quad strain.


Thabo Sefolosha
Hawks' Thabo Sefolosha questionable Friday
Thabo Sefolosha, SF, ATL
News: Hawks small forward Thabo Sefolosha is questionable for Friday's game against the Pelicans. Sefolosha missed Wednesday's action while dealing with an illness.

Taj Gibson
Bulls rule out Taj GIbson for Friday
Taj Gibson, PF, CHI
News: The Bulls announced that power forward Taj Gibson won't play Friday at Boston due to an ankle injury.

Josh McRoberts
Heat gradually increasing Josh McRoberts' minutes
Josh McRoberts, PF, MIA
News: The Heat are easing power forward Josh McRoberts back into the lineup, reports the South Florida Sun Sentinel. He's returned from toe surgery and a painful blister and has played 38 minutes over his past two outings.

"I think I'm getting more comfortable," he told the paper. "The more minutes that I'm on the floor, I'm more getting back into things."

McRoberts had four points, four rebounds, two assists in 21 minutes against Golden State on Tuesday. He had played 17 minutes the game before. McRoberts visits the Knicks on Sunday.


Tyler Hansbrough
Raptors F Tyler Hansbrough able to practice fully
Tyler Hansbrough, PF, TOR
News: Raptors forward Tyler Hansbrough (shoulder) returned to a full practice Thursday and has a chance to play Friday against the Mavericks, reports the National Post.

Carmelo Anthony
Melo considered doubtful to play Friday
Carmelo Anthony, SF, NY
News: The Knicks announced Thursday forward Carmelo Anthony is doubtful to play Friday against the Thunder due to back spasms. If sidelined, it will be the second straight game Anthony misses.

Marvin Williams
Kemba Walker joins list of injured Hornets players
Marvin Williams, PF, CHA
News: Although Hornets guard Kemba Walker was able to play through injury Wednesday against the Trail Blazers, it doesn't appear he will be active Friday against the Warriors. The Hornets announced Thursday that Walker is doubtful to play Friday because of a right thigh contusion.

The Hornets also listed guard P.J. Hairston as questionable due to a sprained right thumb, guard Gary Neal as doubtful due to a left shoulder sprain, forward Marvin Williams as doubtful with a left shoulder strain and forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist as out due to a stress reaction in his right foot.


Anthony Davis
Williams: Pelicans need to get Davis at least 20 shots per game
Anthony Davis, PF, NO
News: Pelicans coach Monty Williams gathered his team Wednesday to express his frustration following a 99-89 loss Tuesday against the Kings, in which center Anthony Davis attempted just 12 shots and totaled a season-low 14 points.

Williams expressed Davis needs to be more involved on offense on a nightly basis to give New Orleans the best chance to win.

"Anthony (Davis) cannot be in a game and not touch the ball," Williams said after his meeting with players, per "We have to have an effort to get him at least 20 shots every night. And that’s on me too. As much as I draw up plays for him, run the offense through him, the guys on the floor has to know it. When they don’t do it, I’ve got to make sure they get him the ball. Because he’s not a selfish player, he’s going to make the right plays. And our guys know that."

Davis is averaging 25.4 points per game, which trails only Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, who is averaging 26.4 points per game. Davis leads the NBA with 3.4 blocks per game.


Tiago Splitter
Spurs' Splitter (calf) out, Joseph (ankle) questionable for Friday
Tiago Splitter, PF, SA
News: The Spurs announced Thursday forward Tiago Splitter (calf) has been ruled out for Friday's game vs. Sacramento. It will be the 12th straight game Splitter will miss.

Gaurd Cory Joseph is listed as questionable for Friday's game due to a sprained left ankle. Joseph has missed the last two games.


Markieff Morris
Suns PF Markieff Morris doubles up vs. Nuggets
Markieff Morris, PF, PHO
News: Suns power forward Markieff Morris scored 15 points on 6 of 17 shooting while grabbing 10 rebounds in his team's 120-112 win over the Nuggets Wednesday.

Morris' double-double was the third of the season but his first since Nov. 4 and he also managed season highs in two categories, racking up seven assists and four blocks in 36 minutes. He also picked up three steals in the well-rounded effort. The Suns have another date with the Nuggets scheduled for Friday.


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