Rush has missed the previous six games with a sprained toe. If he can play, it is unclear if the team will opt to ease him back into action. Shabazz Muhammad is also questionble, so Rush could be needed for some extra minutes if he cannot go.
Green was limited to 15 minutes during Monday's game against the Heat for precautionary reasons after being kneed near the groin area in the first half, Tom Osborn of the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Green indicated after Monday's game that he'll likely play Wednesday against Sacramento, although it's certainly possible that coach Gregg Popovich will err on the side of caution and allow Green to rest Wednesday, even though the injury isn't believed to be overly serious. If Green sits, Patty Mills and Jonathon Simmons will be in line for added minutes.
Arthur (knee) posted 10 points (4-9 FG, 2-6 3Pt), four assists, three rebounds, three blocks and one steal across 21 minutes in a 111-108 loss to the Timberwolves.
The Nuggets had listed Arthur as questionable heading into Sunday after he played 13 minutes in the front end of the back-to-back set Saturday against the Clippers, but not only did he end up suiting up, but he also saw an uptick in playing time. Arthur essentially absorbed the backup center role behind Nikola Jokic, as Jusuf Nurkic dropped out of the rotation entirely. It looks as though Arthur will get some decent run off the bench now that he's over the sore left knee that had sidelined him for four games prior to the weekend.
Gabriel was reassigned to AHL Iowa on Monday.
The 23-year-old came up for two games, but he only averaged 4:54 minutes in that span and didn't register a shot. His departure signals that Mikko Koivu will return for Tuesday's game in Dallas. If the Wild need another forward later this season, Gabriel will be a likely call up candidate.
Cobb caught six passes (on nine targets) for 82 yards in Sunday's NFC championship loss to the Falcons.
Cobb, who was Green Bay's only fully healthy starting wideout, led the team in receiving yards Sunday, finishing the playoffs with an impressive 18/260/3 stat line from three appearances. That production came after Cobb missed three regular season games due to hamstring and ankle problems, which limited him to just 60 receptions on 84 targets for 610 yards and four touchdowns. Besides his six-game, injury-shortened 2013 campaign, those numbers marked Cobb's worst season since his rookie year. Along the way, Davante Adams passed Cobb as the Packers' No. 2 wideout behind Jordy Nelson. While the potency of the team's passing game leaves plenty of opportunities for Cobb to make an impact, he'll enter next season coming off a down year that saw his fantasy stock slide.
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