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Al Jefferson scored 31 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Hornets 110-107 loss to the Wizards on Friday night.

The Big J was one of the two huge New Orleans standouts on Friday night, as not only did he record a double-double, but he did it in 30+ point fashion. This was easily one of his best games of the year, so it is not fair to expect similar numbers in his next time out, but maybe 20 points and 10 boards is a more reasonable expectation.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Gerald Henderson scored 11 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in the Hornets 110-107 loss to the Wizards on Friday night.

The former Duke standout didn’t exactly impress in the scoring department in double overtime on Friday night (11 points), however his 14 boards were an impressive feat, as that many rebounds are rarely expected from any size guard. The double overtime greatly inflated his stats, so don’t expect many more 14 rebound performances from him anytime soon.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Stephen Curry led all scorers with 38 points on 12-of-22 shooting (6-6 FT) with three rebounds, 10 assists and three steals over 34 minutes of action in Friday’s win on the road in Memphis.

Notching his second straight double-double, Steph Curry is the epitome of efficiency as he collected 38 points in 34 minutes while hitting on 54.5% from the field, 66.7% from deep and 100% from the line - chipping in 10 dimes during that time. There really isn't much left to say about this guy as continues to amaze, time and time again. Curry and the Warriors head to Milwaukee on Saturday.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Paul Millsap scored 21 points (8-12 FGA), grabbed nine rebounds, recorded four assists, two blocks, and one steal in the Hawks 99-86 victory over the Heat on Friday night.

Millsap was efficient on Friday night (8-12 FGA), while he also managed to diversify his game (21 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, 2 blocks). He was an All-Star for a reason and is likely to see a considerably large pay day during this upcoming free agency period. Expect him to finish out the season in strong fashion.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

DeMarre Carroll scored 24 points (3-5 3PA), grabbed five rebounds, recorded two assists, and two steals in the Hawks 99-86 victory over the Heat on Friday night.

Carroll impressed on Friday night by displaying excellent defense and shooting a high percentage from the field as usual. What wasn’t expected was his 24 point outburst. Obviously 20+ points aren’t a realistic night in and night out expectation for him to close out the season, however it is a good sign for his confidence going forward. Keep an eye on him in daily league formats.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Al Horford scored 15 points (7-9 FGA), grabbed three rebounds, and recorded four assists in the Hawks 99-86 victory over the Heat on Friday night.

For those who drafted Horford high this season (guilty as charged) I am truly sorry, as his averages have dipped precipitously. Not only is his scoring down, but from his 2012-13 numbers, Horford’s rebounding numbers are scarily on the downswing (10.2-to-7.4). By next season, he will no longer be considered an elite option at the center position.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Dennis Schröder scored 12 points (3-10 FGA) and recorded 11 assists in the Hawks 99-86 victory over the Heat on Friday night.

The German Phenom has gotten better and better as the season has progressed, so much to the point that Schröder is now starting on one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference. Many could consider his shooting on Friday night an abomination (3-10 FGA), but luckily his keen eye for open teammates (11 assists) showed up in the stat sheet more obviously. Expect him to finish strong, as the playoffs approach. Analysis: Dom Murtha

Mario Chalmers scored 13 points, recorded five assists, and two steals in the Heat 99-86 loss to the Hawks on Friday night.

His 13 points and five assists were nothing special, but were overall solid stats off the bench against one of the deeper teams in the Eastern Conference. His three 3’s were a solid addition to any fantasy score sheet, but he most likely wasn’t started in any standard league playoff matchups. He probably only affected daily league outcomes.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Henry Walker scored 12 points, grabbed nine rebounds, recorded five assists, and four steals in the Heat 99-86 loss to the Hawks on Friday night.

The artist formerly known as “Bill Walker” had one of his better performances of the season, as he stuffed the stat sheet in every conceivable fashion on Friday night. He scored 12 points, grabbed nine boards, recorded five assists, and four steals, all in the name of diversifying his efforts and tying to help the Heat get into the win column. Unfortunately the Hawks proved to be too much for Miami, as they rolled them 99-86. Only consider Walker in daily leagues, were he can be bought on the cheap.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Loul Deng scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Heat 99-86 loss to the Hawks on Friday night.

Loul Deng had himself a hard fought double-double on Friday night, as he led the Heat with 17 points and 10 rebounds from the small forward position. The scoring is one thing, but the 10 boards are not something that should be expected as the Heat bring their season to a close. Consider him a mid-level SF play for the rest of the season.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Dwyane Wade scored 13 points (5-13 FGA) in the Heat 99-86 loss to the Hawks on Friday night.

Wade was questionable going into this matchup, and clearly was affected by the injury, as he struggled from the field (5-13 FGA) and only managed to play 22 minutes. He will undergo a knee fluid removal procedure on Saturday and will see where to go from there. Play him with caution going forward from here on out.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

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