Goran 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.
Radek Faksa was recalled by the Dallas Stars on Friday.
Faksa continues to split time between the Stars and the team's AHL affiliate, but a recall was again required following Jason Spezza's (upper body) placement on injured reserve. He has averaged just 11:19 of ice time over 18 games this season, somewhat limiting his potential fantasy value, but it's unclear exactly where he'll slot in this time around.
Jason Spezza (upper body) was placed on injured reserve by the Dallas Stars on Friday.
Spezza's upper-body ailment was already expected to cost him "more than a few days," but his placement on injured reserve makes his earliest return date comes Feb. 13 against the Capitals. The team recalled forward Radek Faksa in a corresponding move Friday, and should continue to provide updates on Spezza as his return from the issue nears.
Tyreke Evans (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's matchup with the Cavaliers.
Evans will miss a sixth consecutive game as he continues to deal with tendinitis in his right knee. The Memphis product is without a timetable and is being evaluated on a game-to-game basis. With Eric Gordon (finger) also out, the Pels will likely go with a backcourt pairing of Norris Cole and Bryce Dejean-Jones again Saturday night.
Hilario (calf) has been ruled out of Friday's matchup with the 76ers.
The move to have Hilario come off the bench the past two games may have something to do with his sudden calf injury. Expect more information about the injury to surface within the next couple of days. Look for Jared Dudley and Drew Gooden to see extra action on Friday night.