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Green (illness) came off the bench for just six minutes against the Pistons on Tuesday and was able to register two assists and one steal during his short time on the court.

Green went a span of nine games without seeing time on the court, but that was only partly due to an illness that he was dealing with. He is currently averaging 15.1 minutes on the court per game this season although that's a bit misleading at this point in the year since the 33-year-old has fallen out of favor with coach Jacque Vaughn. Green is now giving way to the likes of Victor Oladipo, Evan Fournier, and even Ben Gordon which means that there's hardly any time left over for Green to make hay.

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Green (illness) will be active for Tuesday's game, the Orlando Sentinel's Josh Robbins reports.

He was dealing with flu symptoms Sunday, and that appears to be a thing of the past. However, for fantasy purposes, he probably won't see the necessary run to be viable in most formats.

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Green will not play against the Sixers on Sunday due to an illness, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Flu-like symptoms will keep Green out of action, though the veteran is not much of a fantasy commodity. Rookie Roy Devyn Marble will be activated in his place.

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Green, getting a start at shooting guard with Evan Fournier (heel) sidelined, scored just six points (2-10 FG, 1-5 3P, 1-2 FT) with four assists, three rebounds and a steal in 31 minutes during Wednesday's loss to the Clippers.

Fournier isn't expected to be out for long, but even if he does miss more time Green may not get another chance to fill in for him after this performance.

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Green will get the start at shooting guard Wednesday, the Orlando Sentinel's Josh Robbins reports.

Evan Fournier (heel) is out Wednesday, so the Magic will opt to go with Willie Green in the starting lineup to preserve the second unit. Do not expect Green to see starter's minutes, as the Magic have several players who are equally mediocre who will see minutes at shooting guard Wednesday.

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Green started at shooting guard in his preseason debut. He scored 11 points (4-6 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-4 FT), grabbed two rebounds, and dished out one assist in 20 minutes during Wednesday's game.

Coach Jacque Vaughn made it a point to get Green minutes coming off a hyperextended left knee. He scored six of the team's first 17 points against Brazil's Flamengo squad. Both Evan Fournier and Maurice Harkless did not play on account of rest.

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Green (knee) will be available to play in Wednesday's preseason game versus Flamengo (Brazil), the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Green has yet to make his Magic debut due to a hyperextended left knee, but his sideline spell should come to a close Wednesday. Now healthy, the veteran Green is expected to provide depth and experience to Orlando's backcourt this season.

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Green (knee) partially participated in practice Thursday, but won't play in Friday's exhibition, the Orlando Sentinel's Josh Robbins reports.

He has been limited all week, and the Magic won't rush him into action. He should have a small role this season given the depth and youth the Magic have on the wing.

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Green (knee) is listed as a partial participant for Wednesday's practice.

Green sat out Tuesday night's preseason opener due to a hyperextended knee, but will take part in portions of Wednesday's practice session. While it's encouraging that the veteran is back on the court, Green's fantasy value will likely remain minimal in Orlando this season.

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Green will not play in Tuesday's exhibition game versus the Heat due to a hyperextended knee, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Green will sit out his first contest with the Magic, although it's unclear how long he'll need to recover from his knee ailment. In any case, the veteran Green is expected to be more of a depth player on a very young Magic roster this season. As a result, Green probably only holds fantasy value in deeper league formats.