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NBA injuries to monitor ahead of Tuesday’s slate on March 30th

We note a couple of injuries to keep an eye on heading into Tuesday’s four-game slate with the potential to affect basketball DFS lineups and betting lines.

Paul George of the Los Angeles Clippers celebrates with his teammates after scoring a basket and getting fouled against Philadelphia 76ers during the first half of the game at Staples Center on March 27, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

We’ve got four games on the schedule for Tuesday, March 30th and there are plenty of big names on the injury report. We also are looking out for players who were acquired prior to the NBA Trade Deadline last week. Some of those names are still in the process of joining their new team and getting into the lineup. Here we’ll be monitoring all the latest injury news with some analysis and how to approach the injury for DFS and fantasy basketball.

NBA Injury Report: Tuesday, March 30th

Clint Capela, C, Atlanta Hawks

Hawks C Clint Capela is questionable to play in Tuesday’s game vs. the Phoenix Suns due to a hand injury. With Danilo Gallinari also sidelined, the Hawks will likely start John Collins ($7,000) at center and we could see some Solomon Hill ($3,400). De’Andre Hunter ($4,900) is also questionable due to a knee injury.

Bradley Beal, SG, Washington Wizards

Update — Beal has been ruled out. Russ will be a top play on the four-game slate again. Jerome Robinson will start at SG.

Wizards SG Bradley Beal was held out of Monday’s game and could end up being on the injury report again for Tuesday vs. the Charlotte Hornets. Beal ($8,900) is dealing with a hip injury. With Beal sidelined, we saw Russell Westbrook go nuts on the Indiana Pacers on Monday for 94.5 fantasy points on a 35-21-14 stat line.

Paul George, SG, Los Angeles Clippers

Clippers SG Paul George was held out of Monday’s game vs. the Milwaukee Bucks due to a foot injury and could end up on the report again Tuesday vs. the Orlando Magic. Kawhi Leonard ($8,800) came close to a triple-double on Monday with 23-8-9 for 48.8 fantasy points. Leonard would be another decent GPP play if PG-13 is held out again. If George returns, the Clippers should make easy work of the Magic. It would be difficult to trust either stud if that’s the case.