Goran Dragic

#7 SG / Miami Heat / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 190 lb Age: 29 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Heat's Goran Dragic: Nears triple-double Friday

    Dragic (illness) delivered 12 points (5-10 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), nine assists, eight rebounds, and two steals in 32 minutes during the Heat's 98-95 win over the Hornets on Friday. Dragic was expected to play through what was being reported as just a cold, and he played extremely efficiently--with nine assists and zero turnovers. In five games since returning from an eight-game absence due to a calf injury, Dragic is averaging 10.8 points, 6.8 assists to 1.6 turnovers, 3.8 rebounds, and 0.8 steals in 31 minutes per contest.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Expected to play Friday

    Dragic (illness) is still expected to play Friday against the Hornets, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. There isn't any new information here, but coach Erik Spoelstra reiterated that Dragic is expected to take the court despite battling an illness. Spoelstra said the same earlier in the day, though it's worth noting Dragic's condition does not appear to have worsened.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Dealing with illness, expects to play Friday

    Dragic missed shootaround Friday with an illness, but is still expected to play in the Heat's game against the Hornets, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. The illness is reported as just a cold and it isn't expected to force Dragic to miss any time. Look for him to resume his role in the starting lineup come tip-off. In the last four games since returning from a calf injury, Dragic is averaging 10.5 points, 2.8 rebounds and 6.3 assists over 30 minutes.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Plays 32 minutes in return to action Friday

    Dragic (calf) scored 12 points (5-8 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT) while adding eight assists and a steal in 32 minutes during Friday's win over the Bucks. There was some concern that he'd be on a minutes restriction after missing eight games with a strained left calf, but Dragic was able to handle a full workload and record his highest assist total in over a month, so it seems safe to say he's 100 percent. He'll get a day to rest before the Heat host the Hawks on Sunday.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Will play Friday, but under possible minutes restriction

    Dragic (calf) will will play Friday against the Bucks but he could have a minutes restriction. The team's official site tweeted that Dragic would be playing with a cap on his minutes for Friday's contest, but The Palm Beach Post suggests that the point guard won't have a formal minutes restriction against the Bucks. The conflicting reports make it difficult to parse out exactly how limited Dragic will be Friday, but given that he has not played since Jan. 11, it's more likely than not that he plays less than his season average of 32.5 minutes.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Questionable against Bucks

    Dragic (calf) is questionable to play Friday against Milwaukee, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Dragic has been battling with a strained left calf and has missed eight straight games for the Heat. It's likely that Dragic will play against the Bucks on Friday, which is his estimated return date. It would come as a surprise if he didn't suit up. If Dragic doesn't end up playing, expect Beno Udrih to replace him in the starting lineup.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Will play Friday

    Dragic will play Friday against the Bucks. The point guard has missed eight straight games for Miami due to a strained left calf, however he will participate in the Heat's tilt against Milwaukee on Friday. Expect that Beno Udrih and Tyler Johnson will see decreased minutes in response to Dragic's return to the starting lineup.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Likely to play Friday against Bucks

    Dragic (calf) is highly likely to play Friday against Milwaukee, Jason Lieser of The Palm Beach Post reports. Dragic was held out of Tuesday's win over the Nets as a precautionary measure, though he says he felt capable of playing. Thus, Dragic has missed eight straight contests, though he looks on course with his recovery and is likely to play Friday. Should he play Friday, he will likely reclaim his starting spot at the point guard from Beno Udrih.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Confident he'll be available Friday

    Dragic (calf) said that he felt capable of playing in Tuesday's 102-98 win over the Nets, but the team decided it would be best if he took further time off to recover. "I feel great," Dragic said. "But [the doctors] said they wanted to make sure [the calf] is 100 percent healed." The Heat had previously listed Dragic as questionable heading into Tuesday's game, but ultimately ruled him out for the eighth straight contest. The point guard announced earlier in the week that he was targeting a return to the court in Friday's game against the Bucks, and it looks like he's still on course to do so. Assuming Dragic suffers no further setbacks over the next two days, he'll likely reclaim his spot as the starting point guard and see around 30 minutes in his return. Beno Udrih would move back to a bench role to pave the way for Dragic's placement in the starting five.

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    Heat's Goran Dragic: Out Tuesday

    Dragic (calf) won't suit up Tuesday at Brooklyn. Although he was listed as questionable for this contest, Dragic will instead look to fulfill his targeted return date of Friday, when the Heat take on the Bucks in Milwaukee. With an eight absence in a row imminent, coach Erik Spoelstra will turn to Beno Udrih and Tyler Johnson to man the point.

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