LaMarcus Aldridge PF/C POR 15 Hrs

Aldridge (finger) posted 19 points, nine rebounds, and one block in 36 minutes of action Wednesday against the Jazz.

Aldridge was listed as questionable for Wednesday's game, and it appears he's good to go moving forward. He's been a stud in fantasy this season and should be starting in all formats. That being said, Dorrell Wright, who filled in for his minutes, should no longer be relevant in most leagues.

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Aldridge (finger) is listed in the Trail Blazers' starting lineup Wednesday against the Jazz, Jabari Young of CSN reports.

Aldridge missed Tuesday's loss to Golden State due to a sprained index finger on his left hand, the same hand on which he suffered a torn ligament earlier in the season. It looks like he'll only miss one game, however, and his return means Dorrell Wright will shift back to the bench. Nic Batum, who also sat out Tuesday, is also listed as a starter.

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Aldridge (finger) is listed as questionable for Wednesday's contest at Utah.

Aldridge's most recent hand injury, a sprained left index finger, sidelined the Blazers' franchise player Tuesday against the Warriors. If he fails to suit up again, Joel Freeland or Meyers Leonard will likely get the nod at the four in order to match up with the Jazz's formidable frontline.

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Aldridge (finger) traveled with the Blazers to Utah, but a decision hasn't been made on his availability for Wednesday's game against the Jazz, CSN Northwest reports.

Aldridge is dealing with a sprained index finger and torn thumb ligament on his left hand, which kept him on the bench during Tuesday's loss to the Warriors. In order to contend with Golden State, coach Terry Stotts opted to trot out a small starting five with Dorell Wright at power forward. Thus, with twin towers Derrick Favors and Rudy Gobert on the docket Wednesday, Portland may rely upon Meyers Leonard and Joel Freeland more often to man the four, if Aldridge remains sidelined.

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Aldridge (finger) will not play in Tuesday's game against the Warriors, The San Francisco Chronicle reports.

An official announcement on Aldridge's status wasn't released until moments before Tuesday's tipoff, although he was considered doubtful heading into Tuesday. His next opportunity to play will be against the Jazz on Wednesday.

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Aldridge, who has been diagnosed with a sprained left index finger, remains doubtful to take the court Tuesday against the Warriors.

Aldridge emerged from Saturday's abbreviated outing with a swollen left hand. With the extent of the new ailment clear, he must contend with a sprained index finger and torn thumb ligament on his left hand when he next suits up, which is currently undetermined. If he resides on the pine Tuesday, a combination of Meyers Leonard, Dorell Wright, and Joel Freeland will manage power forward in Aldridge's stead.

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Aldridge (hand) is considered doubtful for Tuesday's game against the Warriors, The Oregonian reports.

Aldridge injured his left hand Saturday and afterward had x-rays, which fortunately returned negative. Nonetheless, the All-Star forward has been playing with a torn ligament in the same hand since January, complicating matters a bit. While it doesn't sound like Aldridge will be ready to play Tuesday, it's unclear when he'll be available next. Until then, expect some combination of Meyers Leonard, Dorell Wright and Joel Freeland to fill Aldridge's minutes.

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Aldridge had X-rays performed on his left hand after Saturday's loss in Memphis, but they were returned negative. Nevertheless, he said that his status is up in the air for Tuesday's game versus Golden State, the Blazers' official site reports.

Aldridge's day ended at halftime, and during a media session in the aftermath of the game, he stated that he couldn't "really use his left hand," which was quite swollen. The forward has been playing with a torn ligament in the same thumb since late January, missing only one outing in the interim. While he'll likely enter Tuesday with questionable availability, Joel Freeland, Dorell Wright, and Meyers Leonard are available to cover for Aldridge, if he's eventually ruled out.

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Aldridge won't return to Saturday's game at Memphis due to a left hand injury.

Both Aldridge and Nicolas Batum (back) didn't emerge from the locker room after halftime, and their respective ailments were soon revealed. Before leaving the contest, Aldridge appeared to be favoring the hand at times, yet he still managed to tally 16 points (7-12 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, and one block in 18 minutes. With Aldridge and Chris Kaman (shoulder) both on the sideline, Joel Freeland, Dorell Wright, and Meyers Leonard should receive a bump in workload Saturday. Meanwhile, consider Aldridge questionable for Tuesday's outing against Golden State until the nature of the concern is clear.

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Aldridge posted a double-double with 31 points, 10 rebounds, two assists, and one block in 36 minutes of action Friday against the Magic.

Aldridge has been on a tear of late, averaging 27.0 points, 10.2 rebounds, and 2.6 assists over the last five games. He's also been shooting 57 percent from the field -- over 10 percent higher than his average for the season. While it's likely he'll cool down eventually, he's still a must-own player in all leagues.