Gerald Henderson (calf) shot around without any setbacks on Wednesday and he's on pace to play vs. the Wizards.
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Henderson's return is great for the Bobcats' playoff hunt but it won't have profound fantasy fallout since he's been a borderline option in 32+ minutes all season. Chris Douglas-Roberts will likely move back to the bench with Hendo healthy.
Cole Aldrich will start at center for the Knicks on Wednesday with both Tyson Chandler (personal) and Amare Stoudemire (rest) unavailable.
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Jeremy Tyler will also get heavy minutes as the Knicks cobble together a frontcourt, and neither guy stands out as a convincing short-term option. Aldrich is averaging under one point per game in an end-of-bench role for New York.
Mike Miller is averaging 10.4 points and 1.9 threes per game since the All-Star break, while connecting on 60 percent of his attempts from downtown.
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The veteran sniper is in good form for Memphis, and Grizzlies coach Dave Joerger has prodded Miller to open up the court by being "more selfish" offensively. "Now he's pulling the trigger on shots," Joerger said. "He's taking shots that are presented to him and all of a sudden, Kosta [Koufos] is rolling and he's open and he gets a dunk." If you need a 3-point specialist, Miller is a likely candidate.