Saturday’s Projected NBA Starting Lineups and Injury News

Jan 19, 2019 10:46 AM EST
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  • See projected NBA starting lineups and injury news for Saturday's 10-game slate, including how the Chicago Bulls will look without Wendell Carter Jr.
  • For news and lineup updates in real time, visit the FantasyLabs link below.

Below are the projected starting lineups for each NBA team for Saturday’s 10-game slate, along with notable news for each squad. For real-time updates to these lineups, check out the FantasyLabs matchups page.

Last updated 10:45 a.m. ET.

Projected NBA Starting Lineups for Saturday, Jan. 19

Injury News

    • Atlanta Hawks: John Collins (illness) and Trae Young (illness) are questionable. Dewayne Dedmon (ankle) is probable. Kent Bazemore (ankle) and Miles Plumlee (knee) remain out.
    • Boston Celtics: Nothing new.
    • Charlotte Hornets: Nothing new.
    • Chicago Bulls: Wendell Carter Jr. (thumb) will miss 8-12 weeks. Shaq Harrison (illness) is questionable.
    • Cleveland Cavaliers: Tristan Thompson (foot) is TBD. Larry Nance Jr. (Achilles) remains out.
    • Dallas Mavericks: Wes Matthews (wrist) is questionable. Dennis Smith Jr. (undisclosed) remains out.
    • Denver Nuggets: Juancho Hernangomez (abdominal) is questionable. Will Barton (personal) is expected to play.
    • Detroit Pistons: Jon Leuer (illness) is TBD.
    • Houston Rockets: Brandon Knight (knee) is out. Eric Gordon (knee) and James Ennis (calf) are probable.
    • Indiana Pacers: Nothing new.
    • Los Angeles Lakers: Nothing new.
    • Memphis Grizzlies: Nothing new.
    • Miami Heat: Josh Richardson (illness) is TBD.
    • Milwaukee Bucks: Nothing new.
    • Oklahoma City Thunder: Nothing new.
    • Orlando Magic: Aaron Gordon (back) is uncertain.
    • Philadelphia 76ers: Joel Embiid (back) is questionable.
    • Phoenix Suns: Jamal Crawford (knee) is questionable.
    • Sacramento Kings: Nothing new.
    • Toronto Raptors: OG Anunoby (personal) is out.
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