Craig (hamstring) is listed as probable for Monday's game against the Bucks, Brandon Ewing of Mile High Sports reports.
This is an improvement for Craig after he was listed as questionable for Saturday's game and ultimately didn't play. The 27-year-old has played sporadically when healthy in November, seeing anywhere from 21 to three minutes over seven games.
Craig (hamstring) is questionable for Saturday's game against New Orleans, Harrison Wind of BSNDenver.com reports.
It's unknown when Craig started feeling tightness in his left hamstring and as a result will be listed as questionable for Saturday's date versus the Pelicans. If Craig doesn't play Saturday, Juancho Hernangomez and and Malik Beasley will likely see increased usage.
Craig will come off the bench in Sunday's game against the Bucks, Adam Mares of DenverStiffs.com reports.
With the Nuggets getting off to some slow starts, head coach Mike Malone will switch up the team's starting five. Juancho Hernangomez will enter the starting five and likely see some extended run as a result. Craig has played limited minutes as of late for the Nuggets and chances are he sees his role reduced even more.
Craig had three points (1-5 FG, 1-4 3Pt), one rebound, and one assist in nine minutes during Friday's 112-110 loss to the Nets.
Craig continues to start at small forward in place of Will Barton (groin). However, Craig still hasn't scored more than seven points in a contest this season, and he has seen single-digit minutes in three of the last seven games.
Craig is expected to remain in the starting lineup while Will Barton nurses a groin injury, Harrison Wind of BSN Denver reports.
Craig had a modest five points, nine rebounds and two assists in Sunday's win over the Warriors, a game he started in place of the ailing Barton. The team hasn't provided a firm return timetable for Barton, who will seek outside opinions after undergoing an MRI, but the prevailing expectation is that Barton could end up missing multiple weeks. As such, Craig's fantasy value gets a boost in the short term, though he remains a relatively low-end option in most formats.
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|2010-11||South Carolina Upstate||30||916||155||407||38.1||68||213||31.9||53||78||67.9||431||14.4|
|2011-12||South Carolina Upstate||34||1010||194||446||43.5||83||238||34.9||88||129||68.2||559||16.4|
|2012-13||South Carolina Upstate||33||1022||194||454||42.7||78||214||36.4||103||144||71.5||569||17.2|
|2013-14||South Carolina Upstate||34||1113||204||500||40.8||68||233||29.2||93||151||61.6||569||16.7|
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|2010-11||South Carolina Upstate||30||916||148||4.9||44||1.5||29||1.0||11||0.4||83|
|2011-12||South Carolina Upstate||34||1010||183||5.4||52||1.5||45||1.3||37||1.1||92|
|2012-13||South Carolina Upstate||33||1022||166||5.0||63||1.9||33||1.0||25||0.8||88|
|2013-14||South Carolina Upstate||34||1113||170||5.0||77||2.3||31||0.9||28||0.8||84|