Below are the projected starting lineups for each NBA team for Wednesday’s five-game slate, along with notable news for each squad. For real-time updates to these lineups, check out the FantasyLabs matchups page.

Last updated 10:30 a.m. ET.

Projected NBA Starting Lineups for Wednesday, March 27

  • Chicago Bulls: Ryan Arcidiacono – Shaq Harrison – Wayne Selden – Lauri Markkanen – Robin Lopez
  • Golden State Warriors: Stephen Curry – Klay Thompson – Kevin Durant – Draymond Green – DeMarcus Cousins
  • Indiana Pacers: Darren Collison – Wesley Matthews – Bojan Bogdanovic – Thaddeus Young – Myles Turner
  • LA Lakers: Rajon Rondo – Kentavious Caldwell-Pope – LeBron James – Kyle Kuzma – JaVale McGee
  • Memphis Grizzlies: Mike Conley – Tyler Dorsey – Justin Holiday – Bruno Caboclo – Jonas Valanciunas
  • OKC Thunder: Russell Westbrook – Terrance Ferguson – Paul George – Jerami Grant – Steven Adams
  • Phoenix Suns: De’Anthony Melton – Devin Booker – Mikal Bridges – Dragan Bender – Deandre Ayton
  • Portland Trail Blazers: Damian Lillard – Jake Layman – Maurice Harkless – Al-Farouq Aminu – Enes Kanter
  • Utah Jazz: Ricky Rubio – Donovan Mitchell – Joe Ingles – Derrick Favors – Rudy Gobert
  • Washington Wizards: Tomas Satoransky – Bradley Beal – Troy Brown – Trevor Ariza – Thomas Bryant

Injury News

  • Chicago Bulls: Kris Dunn (back), Zach LaVine (thigh, knee), Otto Porter (shoulder) and Lauri Markkanen (illness) are TBD.
  • Golden State Warriors: Nothing new.
  • Indiana Pacers: Darren Collison (quad) is questionable.
  • LA Lakers: LeBron James (load management), Reggie Bullock (foot), Josh Hart (knee) and Tyson Chandler (illness) are TBD.
  • Memphis Grizzlies: Mike Conley (thigh) is questionable. Joakim Noah (knee) is out.
  • OKC Thunder: Nothing new.
  • Phoenix Suns: Josh Jackson (ankle) is questionable. TJ Warren (ankle) and Tyler Johnson (knee) remain out.
  • Portland Trail Blazers: CJ McCollum (knee) and Jusuf Nurkic (tibia) are out.
  • Utah Jazz: Nothing new.
  • Washington Wizards: Nothing new.

Photo credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Pictured: Zach LaVine