Breaking News: Draymond Green will play vs. the Hornets

According to the Golden State Warriors, star big-man Draymond Green will play tonight versus the Charlotte Hornets.


Green left Saturday’s game versus the Houston Rockets during the 3rd quarter after suffering what appeared to be an ankle injury. The Warriors lost to the Rockets 118-112.

Green’s availability for the game came into question after his name was placed on the roster as “questionable” just a day ago. Coach Kerr confirmed with the media late Monday night that Green would in fact be playing, while teammate Jordan Bell would not due to the flu. While Green will be active for the game, it is still not yet clear if there will be any minute restrictions on his play time.



Reports: Draymond Green’s injury may sideline him against the Hornets

According to several reports, Warriors star Draymond Green may not take the court in Charlotte tonight versus the Hornets due to an ankle injury. Green suffered the injury on Saturday night during a loss to the Houston Rockets at home. Reports have been released stating that the injury was nothing more than a regular sprained ankle, but the Warriors will likely take Green’s injury very seriously as he has struggled with injuries this season. Head Coach Steve Kerr also told the media that Draymond participated in a full practice on Sunday. The Warriors will likely be very careful with his his injury as they would rather rest him now and have him be healthy down the stretch as they attempt to hold on to the #1 spot in the west. Green is officially listed as “probable” for tonight’s game versus the Hornets.


Grizzlies’ Jaren Jackson Jr. suffers injury, out indefinitely

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, emerging Grizzlies’ star Jaren Jackson Jr. has suffered a right quad injury, per league sources.

The emerging franchise cornerstone was blossoming into a successful player with the Grizzlies averaging 13.8 points per game, 4.7 rebounds per game and 1.4 blocks per game through 58 games.

With the Grizzlies playoff chances very slim, the organization will likely handle their young star with extreme caution. Currently, Jackson Jr. is listed as “out indefinitely” and the team has not released a statement further regarding the injury.


Duke finally announces how serious Zion Williamson’s injury is

According to multiple reports, Zion Williamson has officially suffered a Grade 1 knee sprain. The injury is day-to-day and is the best outcome Duke could have hoped for in this circumstance. Williamson suffered the injury during a regular season game versus UNC earlier this week. The team also announced that Williamson’s return will be based on how his healing processes goes.


Reports: Rockets expect Clint Capela to be back in action on Thursday

According to multiple reports, the Houston Rockets fully expect big-man Clint Capela to be ready to play on Thursday.

Capela missed 15 games this season after suffering ligament damage in his right thumb that required surgery. With Capela returning to the active line-up, Kenneth Faried, who has seemingly rejuvenated his career since signing with the Rockets earlier in the season, will likely be moved into a more reserve type of role with the team. This move will also affect veteran big-man Nene as he will likely be pushed out of the line-up.

Before suffering his injury, Capela was averaging 17.6 points per game, 12.6 total rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.8 blocks. Reports have also surfaced saying Capela practiced with the team at USC in preparation for their upcoming match against the Los Angeles Lakers. Capela’s minutes will be decided Thursday night based upon how he did during the live action practice.


NBA All-Star Game: Odds, Rosters, Predictions and more

The 2019 NBA All-Star Game will tip off in Charlotte’s Spectrum Center Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET. To get our readers prepared for the game, we have compiled all the knowledge every NBA fan needs to know as we prepare to cap off another great All-Star Weekend.  

Betting Odds:

Who Wins?

Lebron James and his star-studded lineup, nicknamed Team Lebron, will enter the 2019 NBA All-Star game as 6-point favorites against Team Giannis, according to

All-Star Game MVP?

According to, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Kevin Durant open as the favorites to win the All-Star Game’s MVP award, with both of them having +600 odds to win. Lebron James sits just behind the pair with a +650 chance of winning the award. James will be looking to repeat after capturing the elusive award in last year’s All-Star Game.

How to Watch:

Date: Sunday, February 17th

Time: 8 p.m. ET.

Location: Spectrum Center – Charlotte, NC


Streaming: fuboTV

Team Rosters:

Team Lebron

Starters: Lebron James, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Kawhi Leonard, James Harden

Reserves: Anthony Davis, Klay Thompson, Damian Lillard, Ben Simmons, LaMarcus Aldridge, Karl-Anthony Towns, Bradley Beal

Special Addition: Dwyane Wade

Team Giannis

Starters: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Stephen Curry, Joel Embiid, Paul Goerge, Kemba Walker

Reserves: Khris Middleton, Nikola Jokic, Russell Westbrook, Blake Griffin, D’Angelo Russell, Nikola Vucevic, Kyle Lowry

Special Addition: Dirk Nowitzki

Our Predictions:

Who Wins? 

Here at Hoops Table, we believe Team Giannis will defeat Team Lebron in this year’s NBA All-Star Game!


Our pick for MVP is Giannis Antetokounmpo!


Team Giannis: 142, Team Lebron: 138.



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