Selden (knee) will be shut down for the remainder of the season, Michael Wallace of Grind City Media reports.
Both Selden and Chandler Parsons will miss the team's final four games and will instead head to the west coast to undergo a series of injections in their respective sore knees. Selden was held out of Wednesday's game against New Orleans, but before that he'd played at least 20 minutes in nine consecutive games.
Selden (knee) will sit out Friday's matchup with the Kings.
Selden will be missing a second straight game with a sore right knee and it's unclear if the Grizzlies expect him back at any point over the last week of the season. With Tyreke Evans (personal) still out, look for Ben McLemore and MarShon Brooks to see added run. Selden's next opportunity to play will be Sunday against the Pistons.
Selden is dealing with a sore right knee and has been ruled out for Wednesday's tilt with the Pelicans.
It doesn't sound like anything overly serious for Selden, though with the Grizzlies playing for nothing at this point, they'll simply remain cautious and hold him out. The Grizzlies are also set to be without Tyreke Evans (persona) and Andrew Harrison (wrist, shoulder) in the backcourt, which should open more minutes for guys like Ben McLemore, Kobi Simmons and Marquis Teague.
Selden produced 17 points (7-14 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT), three assists, two rebounds and one block in 29 minutes during Sunday's 113-98 loss to Portland.
Selden was 6-of-12 from the field Sunday, finishing with 17 points. He continues to bolster the scoring for the Grizzlies, delivering another double-digit game. This has been a season to forget for the Memphis organization, however, they have been able to have a look at what players like Selden can offer for the future. Although he is seeing plenty of court time, he possesses little upside and warrants ownership in only deeper leagues.
Selden produced 23 points (9-14 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 1-1 FT), four assists, three steals and one rebound in 26 minutes during Monday's 101-93 victory over Minnesota.
Selden put up double-digit scoring for the fifth time in his last six games, leading the team to an upset victory. He has rediscovered his form from earlier in the season when he was, at one stage, the hottest pickup in fantasy. Despite this strong play of late, he still really only offers upside in both scoring and three-pointers, making him more of a streaming option.
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