David West PF IND 7 Days

West went 7-for-9 Sunday in a win versus the Timberwolves, scoring 14 points.

West's scoring was key for the Pacers, but he didn't do a lot else in the box score, though he did block a shot and had two steals. West and center Roy Hibbert combined to score 29 points on 65 percent shooting.

David West PF IND 11 Days

West scored 17 points (8-15 FG, 1-2 FT) and added 10 rebounds, one assist and two steals in 31 minutes of action against the Clippers on Wednesday.

West continues to be a solid fantasy player, not spectacular but consistent.

David West PF IND 14 Days

West played a season-high 33 minutes on Saturday and was able to score 12 points (6-13 FG, 0-1 3Pt) and had seven rebounds, six assists and one steal against the Blazers.

West has seen plenty of minutes in his return and has produced modest, not great, numbers. He has been relatively consistent and producing 11.7 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 0.4 steals and 0.4 blocks per game this season, yet he hasn't quite lived up to the 75.6 ADP in ESPN leagues.

David West PF IND 16 Days

West scored 12 points (6-9 FG) with seven rebounds, five assists and a block in 29 minutes during Friday's loss to the Raptors.

He had a rough couple of nights earlier in the week, but West bounced back with a solid effort Friday. After missing the start of the season with an ankle injury, the forward may just be rounding into form, but wait for West to string a few good games together before you think about picking him up.

David West PF IND 30 Days

West (ankle) scored 18 points (8-17 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and added six rebounds, four assists, and a steal in 24 minutes against the Magic Friday. This marks his first appearance of the season.

It was a great night for West, who even managed to make a three-pointer in the game - just the 45th of his 11-year career. At 34-years-old, it is reasonable to expect some decline from West this season, but there was no sign of that Friday.

David West PF IND 1 Month

West (ankle) will make his 2014-15 debut as a starter during Friday's game against the Magic, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

West has been sidelined all season with a lingering ankle injury but will make his long-awaited debut on the court Friday. Despite the time away from the court, West should be deployed across all formats, especially since Roy Hibbert (ankle) will not play Friday.

David West PF IND 1 Month

West (ankle) is probable to play Friday when the Pacers host the Magic, Pacers' announcer Scott Agness reports.

It appears that West will make his season debut Friday after missing the beginning of the season due to a badly sprained ankle suffered in the preseason. Fantasy owners may want to stick with their replacement for West for another day though, as the big man will likely have his minutes limited in his first game back this season.

David West PF IND 1 Month

West (ankle) could return to the lineup as early as Friday against the Magic, Candace Buckner of The Indy Star reports.

The report also means that West will not play Wednesday versus the Spurs, but the news is still good news for owners. If West doesn't enter the lineup Friday, his next chance to play would be Saturday on the road against the Cavaliers.

David West PF IND 1 Month

West (ankle) participated in light practice activities Friday.

West is looking to make his season debut sometime in the next week or two, and it's a good sign he's at least participating in practice in a limited fashion. The Pacers have games on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday next week, so we'll see if he can give it a go for one of those matchups.

David West PF IND 1 Month

West (ankle) is slated to miss at least three more games.

West is yet to play this season as he continues to nurse what looks to be a rather serious ankle sprain. The Pacers' next three games come Wednesday (Charlotte), Saturday (Phoenix) and Monday (Dallas), so if that timetable holds up, West's next chance to play will be next Wednesday (Nov. 26) versus San Antonio. Expect to continue to see more of Chris Copeland and Luis Scola so long as West remains out.