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Al Horford netted 16 points (8-10 FGA) to go with five rebounds and two assists in the Hawks 105-95 loss to the Pistons.

Horford is starting to heat up, with back-to-back double-digits scoring night and a decent rebounding total to go along with it. It's concerning that he ends the month of March with only one double-double and only averaged 13.5 points a game with 5.9 rebounds, both the lowest totals for a month this season. If the Hawks have any chance of winning a championship, they need Horford to be dominant and a big-bodied center down-low who can grab rebounds. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Shelvin Mack was able to score 12 points (6-9 FGA) while adding five assists and three rebounds in Atlanta's 105-95 loss to Detroit.

The back-up point guard reached double-digits in scoring for the first time in the last six games he has seen action. He was able to shoot well, an abnormality for Mack, as he is sitting at 38% for the season. He's not going to see an minutes that are going to make him relevant for fantasy sake, even when the starters are rested for the playoffs. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Thabo Sefolosha scored 19 points (7-14 FGA, 3-3 FTA) with two made three-pointers to go with five boards and two assists in Atlanta's 105-95 loss to Detroit.

Sefolosha saw 24 minutes of playing time, a March-high and lead the Hawks in scoring. This is far out of the norm for him as he has only averaged 14 minutes a night in March. He's going to be a play next week when starters are rested, but for now, feel free to pass on the eight-year veteran. Analysis: Rob Trayah

John Lucas III scored 15 points on 7-of-11 shooting to go with three assists and two steals in Detroit's 105-95 win over Atlanta.

Lucas hasn't seen playing time since Mar. 13 and had a nice night for anyone who took a wild shot on him having production. It was his best game of the season and will probably be the only game he has any sort of impact on for the rest of the season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Andre Drummond registered 22 points (8-11 FGA, 6-11 FTA) and pulled down 13 rebounds while also pitching in two steals in Detroit's 105-95 win over Atlanta.

Drummond continues to be a major force on the block, going for another 20+ point night, his third in his last four games. He has four double-doubles in his last five games while averaging 21.8 PPG with 15.2 rebounds. Anyone with Drummond on their team do not need to be wary of any faltering down the stretch, as it appears the big-man is going to keep providing the same production. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 18 points (7-16 FGA) while hitting 3-of-9 from three-point distance and had three assists in the Pistons' 105-95 win over the Hawks.

After two straight duds, Caldwell-Pope found the stroke from downtown and was able to knock down some perimeter shots. Although he didn't add much else to the stat-sheet, it was good to see KCP return to form and provide some scoring. Fantasy owners will hope for more of the same when Detroit plays Charlotte Wednesday night. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Alan Anderson scored 20 points (7-11 FGA, 3-3 FTA) after hitting 3-of-4 from deep and also grabbing two rebounds in the Nets' 111-106 win over the Pacers.

Anderson had his second-best night of the season Tuesday, contributing from behind-the-arc. He his three three-pointers for the first time in March and was able to secure over 24 minutes of playing time for the fourth straight game. He has not gotten consistent minutes all season, so don't look for signs now that this is changing. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Brook Lopez scored 24 points (11-17 FGA, 2-2 FTA) with 11 rebounds while also providing two assists and two blocks in the Nets' 111-106 win over the Pacers.

The center has established himself as one of the best players in the NBA with a ferocious March, averaging 20.7 points with a majority of them coming in the last two weeks. He has scored over 20 points a game for seven straight and had a double-double in four of them. He contributes small in other categories, but his big-time numbers have the Nets in the hunt for the Playoffs. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Joe Johnson had 21 points (6-13 FGA, 6-6 FTA) and going 3-of-6 from three-point land to go with six rebounds and four assists in Brooklyn's 111-106 win over Indiana.

Tuesday night was the third straight double-figure night for Johnson as they have coincided with him hitting three three-pointers in each of those contests. The veteran shooting guard has fallen on tough scoring times in March, averaging only 11.7 point a night, but has been able to pick-up the rebounding slack with at least five rebounds in four straight games. He's seen his role reduced over the last month so he becomes a borderline starter in fantasy leagues with teams that are still alive. Analysis: Rob Trayah

C.J. Watson hit two three-pointers en route to 13 points (4-5 FGA, 3-4 FTA), six rebounds, six assists, and two steals in Indiana's 111-106 loss against Brooklyn.

The back-up point guard has seen his minutes increase to an average of 26.6 a game over his last five and proportionally to that, his production has increased. He's been in double-figures in four of his last five games with 4.2 assists a night. He's been a good find off the bench for Indiana, but he's only going to see fantasy time in the deepest of leagues, even for the rest of the year. Analysis: Rob Trayah

David West scored 14 points (4-10 FGA, 6-7 FTA) to go with six rebounds and six assists in Indiana's 111-106 loss to Brooklyn.

West has been able to reach double-figures in scoring in his last five games played, but has only recorded one double-double in that time period. March has been his worst month by far, as it looks like the veteran is tiring. He's shooting 45% from the field and only averaging 9.1 PPG. With Indiana struggling for the final playoff berth in the East, West might be reaching the end of his career in a Pacers' uniform with a year left on his contract and due over $12 million. Analysis: Rob Trayah

George Hill scored 28 points (10-17 FGA, 4-5 FTA) to go with six rebounds and three assists in the Pacers' 111-106 loss to the Nets.

Another solid performance from Hill in a play-off type of atmosphere; however, his Pacers squad fell short and now sit on the outside looking in at the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference. In his last five games, Hill is averaging 23 PPG with 5.2 rebounds and five assists to put up a fantastic stat-line for all of his fantasy playoff owners. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Jamal Crawford went through a full workout Tuesday and is eying a return next week.

Assuming no other Clippers get injured before Crawford gets back, this will be the first time in awhile that Crawford, J.J. Redick, Blake Griffin and Matt Barnes have all been healthy at the same time, so there's no recent example of who draws the short straw when it comes to minutes when everyone is healthy. The last time they all played together was in January, and it was Crawford who got the short straw. Given how well Redick has been going, the best bet is that Crawford comes up a bit short in the minutes department. But the Clippers keep the rotation pretty short, so Crawford will still get a decent amount of work most likely. Analysis: Brett Talley

Rudy Gay (concussion) has been officially ruled out of Wednesday's game.

Gay is a top 10 fantasy option at his position and arguably in the top five. Concussions can certainly cause a player to miss a few games, but they only occasionally cause an extended absence. With only 10 or so games remaining, let's hope Gay and his 22.9 points per game don't miss much time. Analysis: Brett Talley

Spencer Dinwiddie has a left ankle sprain and will not return to Tuesday's game.

Lots of updates on Dinwiddie's injury tonight. Again, if Dinwiddie misses time, it could lead to a bump in minutes for Reggie Jackson. Analysis: Brett Talley

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