Kaman missed his lone shot attempt in two minutes during the Trail Blazers' 107-95 win versus the Bucks on Tuesday. Kaman has appeared in only eight games this season, and the 33-year-old center is at best an afterthought in fantasy. Expect him to continue providing leadership, but don't count on him receiving any extra minutes going forward even though Noah Vonleh suffered an ankle sprain.
Kaman (coach's decision) didn't play in Monday's 108-98 win over the Wizards. Kaman has played in just one of the Trail Blazers' 12 games since Jan. 27. It doesn't look like he'll be joining the rotation unless a slew of injuries hit the frontcourt.
Kaman (illness) was active for Sunday's 116-109 loss to the Heat, but didn't leave the bench, Casey Holdahl of TrailBlazers.com reports. Kaman was battling the stomach flu for a few days, but it seems like he's fully recovered at this point. Though he's now healthy, Kaman hasn't been a consistent part of coach Terry Stotts' rotation this season with only three appearances in the Blazers' 29 games, and that will likely remain the case so long as the rest of the team's frontcourt in intact.
Kaman is questionable for Friday's game against the Magic due to gastroenteritis, Casey Holdahl of Blazers.com reports. Kaman will be re-evaluated closer to game time, but for now he'll remain questionable. He's only played in three games this season and seems to have dropped out of the regular rotation, so even if he is cleared, Kaman likely won't provide much fantasy production.
Kaman (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Clippers, Casey Holdahl of Blazers.com reports. Kaman continues to battle a sprained ankle, and he'll remain sidelined again after sitting out Saturday's win over the Lakers. The veteran has played in only three games this season and appears to be out of the regular rotation, even when healthy.
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