Matt Bonner PF/C SA 6 Days

Bonner scored 14 points (3-4 FG, 8-8 FT) with two rebounds and on steal in 26 minutes Saturday in a 93-99 loss to the Mavericks.

The 14 points were more than Bonner had scored in his past five games combined and came in large part due to the coach Gregg Popovich resting five of his regulars. Bonner has little appeal in fantasy leagues outside of extremely deep formats.

Matt Bonner PF/C SA 17 Days

Bonner is starting a third straight game at center for the Spurs on Tuesday, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.

With Tiago Splitter stuck in the purgatory of strange calf injuries, the Spurs have used a litany or rotating frontcourt players as fill-in starters. Bonner is taking his turn, but the situation could change from game to game. Whether starting or coming off the bench, Bonner's minutes hover between 16-20 mpg. That's not enough run to use him in daily games or standard leagues.

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Bonner (illness) is listed as probable for Wednesday's game.

After missing the last three games, the Spurs will get the veteran stretch four back for Wednesday's tilt, but he is unlikely to ever be a great fantasy option.

Matt Bonner PF/C SA 1 Month

Bonner (illness) did not play Saturday against the Nets.

Initially considered questionable, Bonner ended up being held out of action for the third consecutive game while dealing with a stomach bug. With the Spurs off until Wednesday, Bonner will likely recover in time to face the Pacers.

Matt Bonner PF/C SA 1 Month

Bonner (illness) is doubtful for Saturday's game against the Nets, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express News reports.

He has missed two straight games with a stomach bug, and Boris Diaw and Aron Baynes figure to see most of the run alongside Tim Duncan in the frontcourt Saturday.

Matt Bonner PF/C SA 1 Month

Bonner (illness) is not expected to play Friday against the Timberwolves, the San Antonio Express-News reports.

Bonner is dealing with an ongoing stomach bug that will keep him sidelined for a second-straight game. He was playing a decent amount of minutes before this illness, but it is not a given that will continue whenever he makes his eventual return to the court.

Matt Bonner PF/C SA 1 Month

Bonner (illness) is considered questionable for Friday's game against Minnesota, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.

Bonner is still recovering from a stomach illness, which held him out of Wednesday's contest. He went off for 18 points (4-6 3Pt) in his last out against the Sixers on Monday, but that kind of production can't be expected on a consistent basis.

Matt Bonner PF/C SA 1 Month

Bonner will miss Wednesday's game with a stomach illness, the San Antonio Express-News reports.

Bonner was hit by the bug at an unfortunate time, coming off a great performance Monday in which he recorded 18 points and three assists in just 20 minutes. Aron Baynes and Boris Diaw will likely see extra minutes in his absence.

Matt Bonner PF/C SA 1 Month

Bonner scored 18 points (7-10 FG, 4-6 3P) with three assists in only 20 minutes during Monday's win over the 76ers.

The Spurs emptied the bench in the second half and 12 different San Antonio players ended up playing 10 or more minutes, otherwise Bonner might have had a bigger night. He's capable of getting hot from three point range, but don't look for him to have too many performances like this on the year.

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Bonner will start for the Spurs on Monday in place of Boris Diaw, Paul Garcia of ProjectSpurs.com reports.

Bonner is ultimately getting the start for the injured Tiago Splitter (calf/back). However, Bonner is averaging just 2.5 points and 1.5 rebounds this season in the only two games that he's seen action. Because of this, it'd be unexpected if he mounted significant production despite getting the start Monday.