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Ben Bishop Headshot

Bishop will tend the twine Wednesday against the Flames, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.

Bishop has been good for the Kings outside of one outing since being traded, allowing two goals in four of his five appearances. While he's no longer the top netminder for his club, he receives enough looks between the pipes for consideration in deep leagues and remains an option in daily lineups. Wednesday's opponent -- the Flames -- have scored 3.25 goals per game during March, tied for second-best in the league.
8:43 pm (EST)
Jon Edwards Headshot

Edwards was released by the Padres on Wednesday, Tim Hagerty of Sporting News reports.

Edwards only appeared in one game this spring before sitting out with a forearm injury. The 29-year-old will look to get healthy and try to catch on elsewhere.
8:21 pm (EST)
Kevon Looney Headshot

Looney has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Spurs due to a left hip strain.

Looney has spent a good chunk of this season playing for the D-League's Santa Cruz Warriors, so this is the first report of any hip injury he has been dealing with. Regardless, as a result of playing in Santa Cruz, Looney has not been part of the team's regular rotation and his absence Wednesday night will have a minimal impact.
8:19 pm (EST)
James Michael McAdoo Headshot

McAdoo (head) is active and available to play in Wednesday's game against the Spurs.

McAdoo left Tuesday's game against the Rockets after a collision with Trevor Ariza, which opened a cut above his left eye brow. The injury was never expected to keep him on the sidelines and he's now officially been given the go ahead to make his return, so look for him to take on his usual role off the bench. McAdoo hasn't logged double-digit minutes since Mar. 11, so he'll likely be restricted to just a few spot minutes, which keeps him off the fantasy radar.
8:14 pm (EST)
Philipp Grubauer Headshot

Grubauer will start between the pipes in Wednesday's road game against the Avalanche.

Grubauer hasn't played since he started against the Kings on March 11, and he wasn't particularly sharp in that outing, surrendering three goals on 21 shots en route to a 4-2 loss. The German backstop will look to shake off the rust and pick up his 11th win of the campaign in a highly favorable road matchup with a terrible Colorado club that's 11-24-2 at home this season.
8:10 pm (EST)
Zach Randolph Headshot

Randolph will come off the bench for Wednesday's game against the Pacers.

Randolph will return to a reserve role after starting the previous two games for an injured Marc Gasol. Gasol will be absent again Wednesday, but the Grizzlies are opting to start Brandan Wright at center instead of Randolph. Although he is coming off the bench, the veteran still figures to see a relatively healthy workload with Gasol sidelined.
8:07 pm (EST)
James Ennis Headshot

Ennis will enter the starting five for Wednesday's game against the Pacers.

With both Marc Gasol (foot) and JaMychal Green (shoulder) out, the Grizzlies are going to go with a smaller lineup that features Mike Conley, Tony Allen, Vince Carter, Ennis and Brandon Wright. In 24 previous starts this season, Ennis has averaged 8.5 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.3 assists across 27.9 minutes, so despite moving into the top unit, a huge jump in production shouldn't be expected.
8:06 pm (EST)
Brandan Wright Headshot

Wright is listed as the starting center for Wednesday's matchup against the Pacers.

Wright is filling in for Marc Gasol who will be sidelined for Wednesday's game. It will mark Gasol's third consecutive absence, but the first time Wright has started for him. Zach Randolph started the previous two at center, but will return to a reserve role in favor of Wright. Although he is starting, expect Wright to just see a slightly heavier workload in total than he is accustomed to.
8:03 pm (EST)
Alex Wood Headshot

Wood will start the season in the Dodgers' bullpen, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.

As suspected, Wood lost out to Brandon McCarthy for the final spot in the Dodgers' starting rotation, sending him to the bullpen to open the year. The 26-year-old pitched well for most of spring, but his last outing may have done him in, as he allowed six runs on 11 hits across six frames. He'll head to back to the bullpen, where he's enjoyed success before.
8:02 pm (EST)
Joel Vermin Headshot

Vermin was recalled from the team's AHL Syracuse affiliate Wednesday.

Vermin was sent to the minors just two days ago, but the absence of multiple bodies ahead of Thursday's contest against the Red Wings necessitated his recall again Wednesday. He's drawn into each of the last four games for the club, but doesn't see much ice time and provides little fantasy appeal.
8:00 pm (EST)
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