Udonis Haslem PF MIA 11 hours ago

Haslem (illness) won't suit up Tuesday versus the Spurs, the Miami Herald reports.

With Haslem out due to a sudden illness, the Heat's situation at center is perilous. Both Hassan Whiteside (hand) and Chris Andersen (calf/shoulder) are game-time calls, meaning the workloads for each are up in the air. In the meantime, consider Haslem questionable for Thursday's contest at Cleveland.

Luol Deng SF MIA 11 hours ago

Deng (knee) won't suit up Tuesday against the Spurs, the Miami Herald reports.

Deng came down with a sore knee Sunday, which will keep him on the pine Tuesday. With Michael Beasley a game-time call due to a bruised elbow, James Ennis could get the nod at small forward. Meanwhile, consider Deng questionable for Thursday's outing at Cleveland.

Chris Andersen PF/C MIA 11 hours ago

Andersen (calf) is a game-time decision for Tuesday's contest versus the Spurs, the Miami Herald reports.

The Heat's three options at center are all ailing, with Udonis Haslem out with the flu and Hassan Whiteside also a game-time call due to a laceration on his right hand. Thus, it's unclear who exactly will log the frontcourt minutes Tuesday.

Hassan Whiteside PF/C MIA 11 hours ago

Whiteside (hand) is a game-time decision for Tuesday's contest against the Spurs, the Miami Herald reports.

The Heat's three options at center are all ailing, with Udonis Haslem out with the flu and Chris Andersen also a game-time call due to calf and shoulder concerns. Thus, it's unclear who exactly will log the frontcourt minutes Tuesday.

Rodney Stuckey G IND 11 hours ago

Stuckey (wrist) will suit up Tuesday at Brooklyn, ESPN New York reports.

After missing three games last week due to a sore left calf, Stuckey returned to action Sunday against the Mavericks, putting up 10 points (4-14 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT), five rebounds, and two assists in 30 minutes. On Monday, though, he was listed as questionable for Tuesday's game due to a wrist concern, which he'll play through.

Thaddeus Young F BKN 11 hours ago

Young (knee) is in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Pacers, Rod Boone of Newsday reports.

Coach Lionel Hollins confirmed that Young will start after missing the last two games with a hyperextended knee. Hollins also noted that the forward will not play under any sort of minutes restriction.

Jason Terry G HOU 12 hours ago

Terry (neck) is considered probable Wednesday against Sacramento.

Terry keeps appearing on the Rockets' injury report, but it's highly unlikely he misses Wednesday's game. With Patrick Beverley done for the season, Terry has moved into the starting lineup and will be a key cog in the rotation moving forward.

Corey Brewer SG/SF HOU 12 hours ago

Brewer (oblique) is again listed as probable Wednesday against Sacramento.

Brewer has been playing through a minor oblique issue for the last few games, and while he hasn't been limited in terms of minutes, the team continues to list him as probable. Expect him to play Wednesday, though Houston could look to get Brewer a game or two of rest down the stretch if the right scenario arises.

Dwight Howard C HOU 12 hours ago

Howard (rest) is questionable for Wednesday's game against the Kings.

Howard sat out Monday's game against the Raptors on the second night of a back-to-back set. With another back-to-back on tap Wednesday/Thursday, Howard will be held out of one of the contests, but the team is yet to reveal which one.

Terrence Jones F HOU 12 hours ago

Jones (ribs) could return Wednesday against the Kings, as he's listed as questionable.

Jones has been making progress in his recovery from a collapsed lung, and he's now been upgraded from doubtful to questionable for Wednesday's contest. If he's ultimately held out, his next chance to play comes Thursday in Dallas.