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Warriors content with his role
Carrying unfavorable metrics
Displaying impressive growth
Per game averages of 20.1 points, 7.5 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 1.1 steals have fueled Bridges to a breakout campaign and made him a franchise building block in Charlotte.
Shouldering additional load
Vucevic has an opportunity to capitalize on an enlarged role with various key teammates sidelined indefinitely.
Last man standing in Chicago
The Bulls' backcourt has been riddled with recent injuries, leaving DeRozan with high usage and promising production capabilities over the next few weeks.
Might have earned rotation role
Might stay with Denver past 10 days
Could return next week
On his way back to Houston?
Could end up with Lakers
Could assume starting role
Stephenson might be in line for a bigger role with Malcolm Brogdon being shut down for the next 10 days due to rehab of his Achilles injury.
Could return Sunday
Coach defends him after flagrant
Coach praises versatility
Signs hardship contract
Having influential season
Emergence to be stifled?
Claxton has missed Brooklyn's last five games with hamstring injury, which has paved the way for Day'Ron Sharpe to showcase has talents -- potentially presenting additional competition upon Claxton's return.
Capitalizing on new usage
Sharpe is averaging 12.3 points and 7.0 rebounds per game over his previous six contests. He has been the primary recipient of vacated minutes while Nicolas Claxton is sidelined with a hamstring strain and Kevin Durant is recovering from an MCL sprain.
Working with Nets on relocation
Falling out of favor
Coach Frank Vogel benched Westbrook for crunch time minutes during the Lakers' loss to the Pacers on Wednesday. Vogel stated postgame that his decision was based on "the guys I thought were going to win the game," via Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com
Role to decrease?
Falling out of rotation?
With Kemba Walker back from a knee injury, Burks played just 17 minutes and was held scoreless during the Knicks' loss to the Timberwolves on Tuesday.
Showing out as full-time starter
Dosunmu has stepped up his game as a full-time starter with Zach LaVine and Lonzo Ball both sidelined with knee injuries.