The Scoop:He was upgraded to a game-time decision earlier on Tuesday but will now sit out as he battles stiffness in his shoulder. He will likely be fine with a little rest and the injury isn't considered serious. Sessions makes for an excellent plug-and-play option while we also may get a good look at Ray McCallum. Consider Collison day-to-day for now and we will update his status as needed.
The Scoop:Collison is just dealing with some shoulder stiffness, so this is just a temporary move. While Sessions makes for a decent plug-and-play option, owners in standard leagues should probably look the other way. Collison should be considered day-to-day for now. We also may get an extended look at Ray McCallum off of the bench on Tuesday.
Ramon Sessions performed admirably in a fill-in start for Darren Collison (shoulder) on Tuesday, scoring 18 points on 6-of-9 shooting with two 3-pointers and three rebounds.
The Scoop:Sessions logged 36 minutes and this was easily his best game of the young season, but he's only useful as a plug-and-play option. Collison is day-to-day and warmed up prior to Tuesday's game, so there's a good chance he'll be back in the lineup on Thursday. Owners in deep leagues should note that rookie Ray McCallum only had three points in 12 minutes despite Collison's absence.
Ramon Sessions hit just 1-of-6 shots but 10-of-10 from the foul line to finish with 13 points in 21 minutes off the bench on Monday.
The Scoop:The Nuggets kept putting him on the foul line in a game with unending whistles, but otherwise it was another lackluster night. Perhaps there isn't enough spacing on the floor for his penetrating style, but he needs to do better or Ray McCallum is going to get a hard look at backup PG.