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NBA Injury News & Starting Lineups (Feb. 14): Jamal Murray, Anthony Davis Questionable for Sunday’s Matchup

NBA Injury News & Starting Lineups (Feb. 14): Jamal Murray, Anthony Davis Questionable for Sunday’s Matchup article feature image

Bart Young/NBAE via Getty Images. Pictured: Jamal Murray #27 of the Denver Nuggets.

Below are the projected starting lineups for each team playing on Sunday NBA slate, along with notable injury news for each squad. For real-time updates to these lineups, check out our Action Labs NBA lineups page.

Sunday’s NBA Injury News

The Denver Nuggets are monitoring Jamal Murray ahead of Sunday’s matchup with the Los Angeles Lakers.

Per our NBA Insiders tool:

Murray is questionable for Sunday’s game due to a sprained ankle he suffered in Friday’s win. Will Barton (personal), Gary Harris (adductor), and PJ Dozier (hamstring) have been ruled out. The Nuggets will be extremely thin if Murray has to miss time as they’re already down three wing players. RJ Hampton would see the biggest bump in minutes in that case, with Monte Morris likely to step into the starting lineup and Facundo Campazzo serving as his backup.

On the other side of that matchup, Anthony Davis, who has dealt with a number of nagging injuries this season, is also listed as questionable. Davis returned to the lineup Friday after missing the previous two due to Achilles soreness.

De’Aaron Fox is listed as questionable after getting sitting out the Sacramento Kings’ Friday loss with a bruised knee.  If Fox can’t play, expect rookie Tyrese Haliburton, who compiled a team-high seven assists in that game, to start again.

Be sure to check the Action Labs NBA page for real time updates.

Sunday’s Projected Starting Lineups

Boston Celtics vs. Washington Wizards (1 p.m. ET)

Celtics Projected Lineup

PG – Kemba Walker
SG – Jaylen Brown
SF – Jayson Tatum
PF – Semi Ojeleye
C – Daniel Theis

Injury news: Semi Ojeleye (Knee) and Robert Williams (hip) are probable

Wizards Projected Lineup

PG – Russell Westbrook
SG – Bradley Beal
SF – Davis Bertans
PF – Rui Hachimura
C – Alex Len

Injury news: Ish Smith (quad) is out

Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Toronto Raptors (7 p.m. ET)

Timberwolves Projected Lineup

PG – Ricky Rubio
SG – Malik Beasley
SF – Anthony Edwards
PF – Josh Okogie
C – Karl-Anthony Towns

Injury news: Nothing new

Raptors Projected Lineup

PG – Kyle Lowry
SG – Fred VanVleet
SF – OG Anunoby
PF – Pascal Siakam
C – Aron Baynes

Injury news: OG Anunoby (Calf) is questionable, Yuta Watanabe (ankle) is doubtful

San Antonio Spurs vs. Charlotte Hornets (7 p.m. ET)

Spurs Projected Lineup

PG – Dejounte Murray
SG – Derrick White
SF – DeMar DeRozan
PF – Keldon Johnson
C – Jakob Poeltl

Injury news: Nothing new

Hornets Projected Lineup

PG – Devonte’ Graham
SG – Terry Rozier
SF – LaMelo Ball
PF – Gordon Hayward
C – Cody Zeller

Injury news: PJ Washington (health protocols) is doubtful, Caleb Martin (health protocols) and Cody Martin (health protocols) are out

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Detroit Pistons (7 p.m. ET)

Pelicans Projected Lineup

PG – Lonzo Ball
SG – Eric Bledsoe
SF – Brandon Ingram
PF – Zion Williamson
C – Steven Adams

Injury news: Josh Hart (back) and Nickeil Walker-Alexander (ankle) are questionable

Pistons Projected Lineup

PG – Delon Wright
SG – Wayne Ellington
SF – Jerami Grant
PF – Blake Griffin
C – Mason Plumlee

Injury news: Mason Plumlee (Elbow) is questionable, Sekou Doumbouya (concussion) is out

Portland Trail Blazers vs. Dallas Mavericks (7:30 p.m. ET)

Trail Blazers Projected Lineup

PG – Damian Lillard
SG – Gary Trent Jr.
SF – Derrick Jones Jr.
PF – Robert Covington
C – Enes Kanter

Injury news: Rodney Hood (foot) is out

Mavericks Projected Lineup

PG – Luka Doncic
SG – Josh Richardson
SF – Dorian Finney-Smith
PF – Maxi Kleber
C – Kristaps Porzingis

Injury news: Nothing new

Milwaukee Bucks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder (8 p.m. ET)

Bucks Projected Lineup

PG – Bryn Forbes
SG – Donte DiVincenzo
SF – Khris Middleton
PF – Giannis Antetokounmpo
C – Brook Lopez

Injury news: Nothing new

Thunders Projected Lineup

PG – Hamidou Diallo
SG – Lu Dort
SF – Kenrich Williams
PF – Darius Bazley
C – Al Horford

Injury news: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (knee) and Theo Maledon (health protocols) are out

Orlando Magic vs. Phoenix Suns (9 p.m. ET)

Magic Projected Lineup

PG – Cole Anthony
SG – Evan Fournier
SF – James Ennis
PF – Gary Clark
C – Nikola Vucevic

Injury news: Evan Fournier (Back), James Ennis (Groin) and Cole Anthony (Shoulder) are questionable, Frank Mason (groin) is out

Suns Projected Lineup

PG – Chris Paul
SG – Devin Booker
SF – Mikal Bridges
PF – Frank Kaminsky
C – Deandre Ayton

Injury news: Nothing new

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets (10 p.m. ET)

Lakers Projected Lineup

PG – Dennis Schroder
SG – Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
SF – LeBron James
PF – Anthony Davis
C – Marc Gasol

Injury news: Anthony Davis (Achilles) is questionable, LeBron James (Ankle) and Alex Caruso (hand) are probable

Nuggets Projected Lineup

PG – Jamal Murray
SG – Monte Morris
SF – Michael Porter Jr.
PF – Paul Millsap
C – Nikola Jokic

Injury news: Jamal Murray (Ankle) is questionable, Gary Harris (adductor) and PJ Dozier (hamstring) and Will Barton (personal) is out

Memphis Grizzlies vs. Sacramento Kings (10 p.m. ET)

Grizzlies Projected Lineup

PG – Ja Morant
SG – Dillon Brooks
SF – Kyle Anderson
PF – Brandon Clarke
C – Jonas Valanciunas

Injury news: Brandon Clarke (Calf) is questionable, Desmond Bane (personal) and De’Anthony Melton (shoulder) are out

Kings Projected Lineup

PG – De’Aaron Fox
SG – Buddy Hield
SF – Harrison Barnes
PF – Marvin Bagley
C – Richaun Holmes

Injury news: De’Aaron Fox (Knee) is questionable, Marvin Bagley (Calf) is questionable

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Los Angeles Clippers (10 p.m. ET)

Cavaliers Projected Lineup

PG – Darius Garland
SG – Collin Sexton
SF – Isaac Okoro
PF – Taurean Prince
C – Andre Drummond

Injury news: Nothing new

Clippers Projected Lineup

PG – Patrick Beverley
SG – Reggie Jackson
SF – Kawhi Leonard
PF – Nicolas Batum
C – Serge Ibaka

Injury news: Nothing new

Phan’s Bet to Watch

As of 11 a.m. ET, Justin Phan isn’t seeing betting value on any Sunday games. To get instant alerts when he sees an edge and his analysis on those picks, sign up for Action Labs.

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