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Luol Deng did not practice on Monday. It's a day off to rest his Achilles.

Dragic had another solid stat-line with 21 points (6-10 FGA, 8-8 FTA), six assists, four rebounds and three steals in the Heat's Wednesday night win over the Lakers, 100-94.

He's the primary PG in Miami as seen with the amount of minutes he's playing and the stats he is putting up in those minutes. He is proving he was worth the trade at the deadline as in six games he averaging 15 PPG, with 4.7 assists and 3.2 rebounds. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Wade had a good all around night scoring 25 points(7-17 FGA,11-12 FTA), grabbing five rebounds and adding six assists to go with two steals in Miami's 100-94 win over the Lakers on Wednesday night.

With Wade healthy and back in the starting line-up, he is the main offensive option in Miami. He's going to keep shooting until he can't shoot anymore so Wade will always be a welcomed play in fantasy basketball. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Whiteside was a monster on the boards, collecting 25 rebounds and adding 18 points(6-10 FGA, 6-13 FTA) and four blocks in Miami's 100-94 win over the Lakers on Wednesday night.

It seems like every night Miami is playing, Whiteside is collecting double-doubles like he did Wednesday night. The Heat seem to have found the big guy of the future by luck as Whiteside has truly come out of nowhere. He's most likely unmovable at this point in leagues so hopefully you were able to grab him as a free-agent. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Asik scored two points (1-7 FGA), but grabbed 11 rebounds in New Orleans' 88-85 win over Detroit on Wednesday night.

His offensive night mirrored the rest of the team as the Pelicans not named Davis and Evans struggled to make an impact on the game. With Anthony Davis back, the offense will run through him so don't expect that much from Asik outside of rebounds and blocks. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Evans score 21 points (8-20 FGA, 4-5 FTA) along with four rebounds, nine assists, a steal in the Pelicans' 88-85 win against Detroit on Wednesday night.

Evans is back to playing second fiddle to Anthony Davis, but still puts up favorable fantasy stats to make him worth a play in fantasy daily leagues.He's been a great option for New Orleans as the second best player on the team, but can get good looks off Davis' attention from defenses across the league. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Davis returned in grand fashion, scoring 39 points (17-30 FGA, 5-7 FTA) in 42 minutes, gathering 13 rebounds with eight blocks and three steals in New Orleans' 88-85 win against Detroit on Wednesday night.

Fantasy owners have been waiting since Feb. 21 to welcome Davis back to their starting line-ups. He is the premier center in the league at age 21. If he can remain healthy, the sky is the limit. Wednesday night's game showcase all of his skills with a double-double and a high number of blocks. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Meeks came off the bench scoring 20 points (8-14 FGA, 3-3-3 FTA) in Detroit's 88-85 loss to New Orleans on Wednesday night.

Meeks is filling the 6th man role nicely in Detroit after starting a majority of the games last season for the Lakers. He's shooting the ball from three-point range terribly, but he's still able to knock down one or two a game. He's primarily a scorer, so if you need points, look at Meeks as a quick option. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Monroe finished with 13 points (6-15 FGA, 1-2 FTA) and 15 rebounds in 37 minutesin Detroit's 88-85 loss to New Orleans on Wednesday night.

Monroe didn't have a great night shooting the ball, but was effective on the glass and continues to be Detroit's best player. He has provided nightly double-doubles and always seems to be at the top of the stat-sheet for the Pistons. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Drummond had another double-double Wednesday as he scored 13 points (6-13 FGA, 1-2 FTA) while pulling down 18 rebounds in the Pistons' 88-85 loss over New Orleans.

Drummond continues to put forth double-doubles making him a valuable commodity in the fantasy realm. He has formed a great front-court with Greg Monroe as the two battle for rebounds on the same team. He's a must start for the center position on your fantasy team if you have him available. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Kevin Gregg realizes he has to prove himself all over again. Gregg is in camp with the Reds as a non-roster player.

Greg has three seasons under his belt where he has recorded 30 or more saves in a single season. However, that won't be happening here. Aroldis Champan has the closer spot locked down and Gregg is just hoping to make the roster. Do not draft Gregg. Analysis: Colby Conway
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