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Bryce Harper returned to the club on Tuesday and took batting practice without any problems. There is a possibility Harper could be back in the lineup Wednesday.

Pero Antic is listed as probable for Saturday.

Antic was held out of Friday's game with a stiff neck, but is apparently feeling better Saturday. He provides a good back up at center behind Al Horford and should see around 15 minutes of playing time if he goes Saturday. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Mike Scott will not play Saturday.

Scott has shed his walking boot, but is still a couple of practices away from returning to the floor in a game. His sprained left big toe, which he suffered in a game on March 11 against the Nuggests, is still giving him trouble and he is probably a week or so away from joining the team on the court. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Jeff Teague (ankle) will not play Saturday.

Teague also sat out Friday's contest against the Heat. The Hawks will be cautious with their starting point guard's tender ankle as they prepare for the post-season.Dennis Schroeder will see more time on the court with Teague sidelined. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Zack Greinke will pitch in minor league game on Wednesday.

Getting work in to get him on track to be ready to slot in as the No. 2 starter for the Dodgers. He has been sharp this spring, posting a 3.55 ERA and striking out 11 hitters over 12 2/3 innings. He is currently the 8th ranked starting pitcher in the 2015 Fantasy Alarm Draft Guide, with an ADP sitting at 49.3. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

David West (illness) is probable for Sunday.

With West returning to reclaim the power forward position, Luis Scola, Lavoy Allen and Ian Mahinmi will all likely see a decline in playing time. West had been averaging 11.9 PPG with 3.3 assists and 7.0 rebounds per contest. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Paul George (leg) ruled out for Sunday.

He has not been cleared by the team for game action, so despite his desire to play again before the regular season is done, he will have to miss some more action. Consider him day-to-day for now. Until he returns to action, he is worthless for fantasy purposes. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Jake Arrieta revamped his offseason program, and he hopes the changes will pay off this season. Arrieta cut back on weight training in favor of Pilates. He does the yoga workouts six days a week, which will improve his range of motion and stamina.

Arrieta is clearly the No. 2 starting pitcher for the Cubs, with Jon Lester coming over as the ace of the staff as a free agent. He needs to keep getting hitters to drive the ball into the ground to be successful. This spring he has not been wildly successful, allowing seven runs in 10 innings. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Chad Greenway has taken a pay cut that will give Minnesota more than $3 million in salary cap space.

A very nice gesture by the veteran linebacker. Now it's up to the Vikings to actually do something productive with the money. Analysis: Howard Bender

Warriors will rest Draymond Green against the Bucks Saturday.

The Warriors are sitting in cruise control mode right now and will keep their starters rested down the stretch. With Green taking the night off, David Lee and Marreese Speights will see the bulk of the work. Analysis: Howard Bender

Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said that Doug McDermott suffered a setback with his back problems and will be inactive for Saturday's game against the Knicks.

While it's an obvious shame that he incurred a setback, McDermott wasn't seeing enough work to be worthy in most, if not all, fantasy leagues. Somehow the Bulls will survive without him. Analysis: Howard Bender

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