Ryan Miller Headshot

Miller will start between the posts for Sunday's away game against the Jets, Jon Abbott of TSN reports.

Added Yesterday 7:10 pm (EST)
Miller has allowed three goals or more in each of his last four starts, posting a .897 save percentage en route to a 1-3--record over that span. He has noted problems playing on the road, so he makes for a risky play Sunday against a Winnipeg squad that is averaging 3.16 goals per game at home, good for sixth in the league.
Tony Cingrani Headshot

Cingrani could be part of the early season saves mix, with Raisel Iglesias behind schedule following his shower fall. Entering Sunday's spring training game, Cingrani has a 4.05 ERA over 6.2 innings, with six strikeouts and five walks.

Added Yesterday 7:05 pm (EST)
The walk ratio is representative of Cingrani's struggles last season when he did work at the end of the bullpen, as he had a 49:37 K:BB over 63 innings. Sometimes opportunity trumps skills, however, so he remains in the mix for the Reds in their unsettled bullpen.
Dante Cunningham Headshot

Cunningham will start in place of Demarcus Cousins (ankle) for Sunday's game in Denver.

Added Yesterday 6:59 pm (EST)
Cunningham will slot in at the four while Anthony Davis slides over to Cousins' typical center position. Before plugging the gritty Villanova product into daily lineups, however, DFSers should take note that the Nuggets have allowed the seventh-fewest fantasy points to forwards across the past 10 games.
Marc Gasol Headshot

Gasol (foot) will not play Sunday night against the Warriors, Rob Fischer of FOX Sports Southest reports.

Added Yesterday 6:41 pm (EST)
Gasol is tending to a left foot strain, although the severity of which isn't clear. Look for Zach Randolph to take his place in the starting lineup.
Matt Murray Headshot

Murray is confirmed to start Sunday's game against the Flyers.

Added Yesterday 6:41 pm (EST)
As expected, Murray will be the starter in the Pittsburgh net on Sunday. He'll field pucks from a Flyers team that is averaging just 2.42 goals per game in March.
Zach Randolph Headshot

Randolph will draw the start at center for Sunday's matchup against the Warriors, Rob Fischer of FOX Sports Southeast reports.

Added Yesterday 6:37 pm (EST)
With Marc Gasol (foot) out Sunday, Randolph will draw the start against the Warriors. In three starts this season, he's averaged 14.3 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists across 33.6 minutes per game.
Steve Mason Headshot

Mason will guard the crease for Sunday's game in Pittsburgh, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Added Yesterday 5:15 pm (EST)
Mason has been markedly inconsistent this season and in the recent slate of games, alternating wins and losses in his last six starts. During that span, he allowed four goals twice, but also posted a shutout and a one-goal victory. It's anyone's guess which Mason will show up Sunday against the high-powered Penguins, who are averaging 3.23 goals per game in March.
Monta Ellis Headshot

Ellis will start at shooting guard for Sunday's game against the 76ers.

Added Yesterday 4:29 pm (EST)
Coach Nate McMillan said he was hoping to play a little faster Sunday, which was his reasoning for inserting Ellis into the top unit. C.J. Miles will head to the bench in the corresponding move and could see a slight down tick in minutes. In 23 previous starts this season, Ellis has averaged 9.3 points, 3.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists across 31.2 minutes.
Ty Lawson Headshot

Lawson won't be available off the bench Sunday against the Rockets due to right knee soreness, Kings sideline reporter Kayte Christensen reports.

Added Yesterday 4:04 pm (EST)
The Kings didn't list Lawson on the injury report prior to Sunday's game, so the point guard may have tweaked the knee in pregame warmups. It's likely not a major concern for the point guard, as Sacramento has been holding out their veterans fairly liberally for minor injuries or rest purposes in an effort to evaluate younger options and improve their odds in the draft lottery. Lawson was coming off a 20-point, two-assist performance over 24 minutes in Friday's loss to the Warriors, but don't expect him to deliver many outings of that caliber over the final two and a half weeks of the season. He was averaging just 8.0 points, 5.0 assists, 1.8 rebounds and 1.0 three-pointer in 22.8 minutes per game in his prior six appearances before the 20-point outburst.
Avery Bradley Headshot

Bradley (illness) said that he would be available to play Sunday against the Heat, A. Sherrod Blakely of CSN New England reports.

Added Yesterday 3:57 pm (EST)
It wasn't looking promising that Bradley would suit up Sunday after he remained hospitalized due to the stomach flu as of Saturday morning, but he was present for the team's morning shootaround and seems to have made dramatic improvement over the last 24 hours. Given the brevity of his absence, Bradley figures to rejoin the starting five in place of Jaylen Brown, who spelled him at shooting guard during Friday's win over the Suns. However, it wouldn't be surprising if coach Brad Stevens was cautious with Bradley, who could see his minutes restricted on some level, making him a less-than-appealing DFS play.
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