James Johnson did not leave the Grizzlies' bench during Friday's win in Chicago.
He recently returned from an ankle injury and there are no indications that his absence was injury-related, so we're chalking this up as a DNP-CD. Mike Miller was hot from downtown, and Kosta Koufos was playing very well and providing necessary size to combat the Bulls, but it wouldn't be surprising to see Johnson back in the rotation for Saturday's game vs. the Bobcats.
O.J. Mayo may face a suspension for hitting Greg Stiemsma in the throat during Friday's game.
Mayo lashed out in obvious anger and it wouldn't be surprising to see the league slap him with a one-game suspension, especially since the contact was close to Stiemsma's head. He's averaging 6.8 points on 36.1 percent shooting in the Bucks' past five games, and continues to disappoint after signing a three-year, $24 million contract last summer.
Austin Daye knocked down a pair of 3-pointers at the end of Thursday's win vs. the Heat, marking his first points scored with the Spurs.
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He came in for a few minutes during garbage time and won't have a significant spot in the rotation unless injuries hit hard. "I'm just happy to be here, honestly," Daye said. "I think it's a place I can grow and develop as a player." The fifth-year forward has a career 40.9 percent shooting average and he's unlikely to ever surface as a reliable fantasy option.