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Fantasy basketball tips and projections for Wednesday - ESPN

Wednesday features a pair of gems on ESPN, starting with the Oklahoma City Thunder visiting the Boston Celtics at 7:30 p.m. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (quad) and Jalen Williams (ankle) both missed Tuesday's game and the Thunder took an L to the Philadelphia 76ers, who welcomed back Joel Embiid, making his first appearance since Jan. 30 due to a meniscus injury. Embiid racked up 24 points, six rebounds, four assists and a block and Kelly Oubre led the way with 25 points for the Sixers, while Chet Holmgren paced the Thunder with 22 points, seven rebounds, two blocks and three 3-pointers. SGA and Williams will both be game-time calls for the Thunder on Wednesday, but there's a chance both of them will play tonight. Especially since they're still battling with the Nuggets and Timberwolves for the No. 1 seed in the West.

Game 2 features the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Phoenix Suns. Donovan Mitchell missed Tuesday due to knee maintenance and Caris LeVert led the way with 26 points in a win at Utah, but I expect Mitchell to be back in action tonight. If Mitchell plays, don't look for a repeat performance from LeVert.

For the Suns, Grayson Allen is questionable with a hip injury. If he's out, Eric Gordon could be primed for a big game against the Cavaliers, while Devin Booker, Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal should all go off. Speaking of Booker, he has six 40-point games this season and scored 27 points against Cleveland in their previous meeting and KD went off for 37 points, eight rebounds, six dimes, a steal and five triples in that one. The Cavs may be locked into the No. 3 seed in the East, while the Suns are fighting to get past the Kings and slumping Pelicans for the coveted No. 6 seed in the West.

Dalano Banton, PG, Portland