Jarrett Jack G BKN 6 Hrs

Jack will start Sunday's game against Detroit, Mike Mazzeo of ESPN reports.

With Deron Williams sidelined due to a calf strain, Jack will enter the starting lineup and figures to match up with Detroit's Brandon Jennings. Jack is averaging 24.4 minutes per game this month, but he'll likely see 30-plus Sunday, as was the case Friday when he played 33 off the bench after Williams departed early in the game.

Deron Williams PG BKN 6 Hrs

Williams (calf) will not play Sunday against the Pistons, Mike Mazzeo of ESPN reports.

As expected, Williams will be sidelined by the low-grade calf strain he suffered Friday against Cleveland. Jarrett Jack will get the start at point guard and figures to see major minutes.

Pau Gasol PF/C CHI 6 Hrs

Gasol (chest) is considered probable for Monday's game against the Raptors, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Gasol has been dealing with a mild chest contusion of late, but he hasn't missed any time and there isn't reason to believe he'll sit out Monday. Expect him to take the court against the Raptors, barring a setback.

Joakim Noah PF/C CHI 6 Hrs

Noah (ankle) is considered probable to take the floor Monday against Toronto, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.

After missing four games with the ankle issue, Noah returned to the lineup Thursday and Friday, playing 34 minutes and grabbing 13 boards in each contest. He did not appear to re-injure the ankle, so his "probable" designation is likely just a precaution.

Taj Gibson PF/C CHI 7 Hrs

Gibson (ankle) is considered probable to play Monday against the Raptors, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.

After participating fully in Sunday's session, Gibson joins Derrick Rose (illness), Joakim Noah (ankle) and Pau Gasol (chest) on the "probable"list for Monday's game. Check back for an update on his status following Monday's shootaround.

David Lee PF/C GS 7 Hrs

Lee (hamstring) went through a full practice Sunday and is expected to play Monday against the Kings, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Barring a setback, it appears as though Lee will return to the court for the first time since Nov. 5. Coach Steve Kerr indicated that Lee's minutes will be monitored initially, and the forward will likely come off of the bench for the foreseeable future. Lee could return to the starting lineup at some point down the road, but after jumping out to a 22-3 start, the Warriors aren't likely to tinker with their starting five right away.

Mike Miller SG/SF CLE 7 Hrs

Miller (ankle) will be available Sunday against the Grizzlies, Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio reports.

Miller returned from a seven-game absence Friday, drilling seven three-pointers in a win over the Nets. He sprained his ankle late in the game, however, and was considered questionable to play Sunday. After going through shootaround, he's been ruled in and figures to make his second straight start in the backcourt alongside Kyrie Irving.

Andre Dawkins G MIA 7 Hrs

Dawkins was recalled by Miami on Sunday, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

Dawkins received the promotion after a stellar 42-point performance in the D-League for the Sioux Falls Skyforce on Saturday. Most impressively, he went 12-15 from beyond the arc en route to the 42 points. Despite this performance, Dawkins won't likely see much time on the court for the Heat during this most recent stint in the NBA as he's still considered to be one the last options off the bench for coach Erik Spoelstra.

Derrick Rose PG CHI 8 Hrs

Rose (illness) said he plans to play against the Raptors on Monday, barring a setback, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Rose, who's missed the last two games, was a partial participant in Sunday's practice and remains listed as questionable to play Monday. However, it appears he's preparing to return, though a final call likely won't come until after shootaround. His return to the lineup will push Kirk Hinrich back to a bench role.

Tony Allen SG/SF MEM 8 Hrs

Allen (eye) will not play against the Cavaliers on Sunday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

Allen will be missing his third-straight game Sunday. His next opportunity to get on the court will be against the Jazz on Monday. In Allen's absence, Vince Carter will likely continue to see additional time on the court.