Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 2 Days

Rush said his knee finally feels 100 percent, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Rush suffered a torn ACL two seasons ago and was clearly still hampered by the injury in 2013-14. He appeared in 38 games for the Jazz but the knee never appeared fully healthy, and he struggled with the mental aspects of a serious knee injury. Now at 100 percent, Rush said he's more comfortable attacking the rim and is gaining confidence in the knee. He signed a two-year deal with the Warriors this summer and is expected to contribute as a swingman off the bench. Rush appeared in 65 games for Golden State in 2011-12, averaging 9.8 points and 3.9 rebounds while shooting 45.2 percent from three-point range.

Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 2 Months

The Warriors officially signed Brandon Rush to a two-year deal on Tuesday.

Rush, the No. 13 pick in the 2008 draft, only played in 38 games after recovering from ACL surgery last season. He gives the Warriors another solid perimeter option but isn't likely to hold fantasy value in standard formats.

Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 2 Months

Brandon Rush agreed to a two-year deal with the Warriors.

The second year is a player option. Rush was with the Warriors a couple seasons ago before they shed some cap space with the Jazz, but now he's back and will provide some depth. It's unclear if his knee is any better from an ACL tear, so we aren't expecting him to make an impact.

Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 6 Months

Brandon Rush (sore throat) is a game-time decision for Friday's matchup with the Pelicans.

Rush has completely fallen out Utah's rotation anyway, as he appeared in just five games in March.

Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 10 Months

Brandon Rush (knee) returned to action on Friday against the Suns, playing 13 minutes with two rebounds and one assist off the bench.

Rush may take a while to get up to speed this season, and when it does happen it will complicate matters for Richard Jefferson and Marvin Williams. For now, owners should evaluate Rush's role on a game-by-game basis.

Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 10 Months

Brandon Rush returned to action on Friday November 29.

Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 10 Months

Brandon Rush (knee) said that "I think my knee is fine. Everything else is fine. I think I'm ready to go."

The Jazz currently boast the leagues worst record of 2-14 and can use all the help they can get. That being said, Rush is coming off a major knee injury, and will likely be eased back into the rotation, limiting his fantasy value. Use a wait-and-see approach.

Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 10 Months

Brandon Rush (knee) returned to practice on Wednesday and said that he may return to Utah's lineup for Friday's home game vs. the Suns.

"I think I'm taking a step forward," Rush said. "If I feel pretty good, I'll probably end up playing [Friday]." The Jazz can use all available assistance to improve their 2-14 record but Rush isn't likely to be a fantasy asset while he eases his way back into the rotation.

Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 10 Months

Brandon Rush (knee) will return to practice on Wednesday.

He made a few brief cameos in mid-November but hasn't been on the court since. It's reasonable to think he'll be on a minute-limit, at least initially, and he doesn't have any short-term fantasy appeal.

Brandon Rush SG/SF GS 10 Months

Brandon Rush (knee) will sit out again on Wednesday.

His knee may not have reacted well to playing 10 minutes on Nov. 10, and the Jazz are wisely holding him out a while longer. A handful of minutes await him at SG and SF upon his return.