Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman’s bold comments of being the best corner in the NFL received a mountain of attention last week. Sherman, who led the league in interceptions during the regular season, began his collegiate career playing wide receiver at Stanford. Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin, who played alongside Sherman at Stanford, noted on Monday that there was a reason for Sherman’s position change. “He was awful,” Baldwin said with a smile on FOX Super Bowl Daily. “He would tell you otherwise, obviously, that he was the best wide receiver Stanford has ever seen. While he was there, my sophomore year, he had four touchdowns of which were from blown coverages. But he would tell you that he would cause the coverages to be blown. "He was awful at receiver.”

These comments should help make a little light of Sherman's post-game comments after the Seahawks defeated the Niners to advance to the Super Bowl. It will be interesting to see if the ever confident Richard Sherman responds to his teammates jabs as Baldwin had caught only four touchdowns in his first three seasons combined (31 games) at Standford before reeling in nine in 13 games of his senior season.ANALYST: Michael Pichan

Goran Dragic (back) was in a lot of pain after Saturday's game, but said he is hopeful for Monday's game against the Suns.

Despite the back problem, Dragic still played 35 minutes against the Hawks. He didn't do a very good job stuffing the stat sheet and we now know why. Consider him day-to-day as the Heat will see how his back responds Sunday morning. If he is unable to play Monday, Mario Chalmers will likely take his place. Analysis: Howard Bender

Amar'e Stoudemire is bleeding from the bridge of his nose after contesting a Mason Plumlee shot and has left the game.

It looks like the skin on the bridge of his nose was broken and because of the sweat dripping down his face, it looks a little worse than it actually is. He'll be examined for a broken nose and be given a test for a concussion, but he should be just fine and return to the game. Analysis: Howard Bender

Brandon Knight will not return to Saturday's game due to a hip injury.

Based on the way Knight was shooting, it seems like the hip issue was bothering him even before tip-off. He scored just one point thanks to a trip to the free-throw line and he was 0-for-6 from the floor with just two assists. Consider him day-to-day for now and expect the Suns to update his condition Sunday after tests are run. Eric Bledsoe moved over to point guard while Gerald Green came in as the primary shooting guard. Analysis: Howard Bender

Dwyane Wade scored 22 points (9-17 FGA, 4-4 FTA) with four rebounds, four assists and three steals during the Heat's 93-91 loss to the Hawks on Saturday.

Dwayne Wade found his stroke tonight, despite the loss, shooting 52.9% from the field after hitting on just 25% of his attempts yesterday verse the Pelicans. The 33-year-old tallied 20+ points tonight for the first time in seven games. Keep tabs on Wade as he's a prime candidate for rest days here and there.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Jeremy Hellickson experienced a cramp near his right rib cage area Saturday and shut down his pitching session a few pitches short.

Hellickson was limited to just 13 starts last season after undergoing arthroscopic elbow surgery during the offseason and struggled in his comeback. Now completely healed, the Diamondbacks seem to be relying heavily on the 27-year old righthander as they feel he has and will maintain the command and velocity he struggled to regain in 2014. He's a very risky pick right now but could be worth a late-round pick in NL-only play. Analysis: Howard Bender

Despite being on the wrong side of the scoreboard, Hasan Whiteside killed it on Saturday as he scored 14 points (6-8 FGA, 2-2 FTA) and grabbed a monster 24 rebounds against the Hawks. He also added in two blocked shots.

There is absolutely no reason why Whiteside should be available in any league, regardless of format. The 25-year-old Center has been dominant for the Heat in recent weeks. In his last five games, Whiteside is averaging 13.6 points and 14.8 rebounds in 31 minutes - while shooting the ball at a 60% rate. Obviously start him, but if for some reason he's available - pick um' up! Analysis: Keith Tro

Michael Saunders said Saturday that he's feeling no pain one day after undergoing knee surgery.

OK, let's not get too worked up here. We already received the good news that Saunders would only miss a few weeks of the regular season, but let's not get ahead of ourselves. It could just be the post-surgery morphine drip doing the talking here. Saunders went from late-round sleeper to potential waiver wire grab in the span of just a few days. Regardless of these type of feelgood reports, keep in mind that he still underwent a surgical procedure to repair significant damage to his knee. Analysis: Howard Bender

Kent Bazemore scored 15 points (6-10 FGA, 2-2 FTA) with two rebounds, one assist and three steals

Kent Bazemore got the start tonight, collecting 15 points on 60% shooting in 35 minutes. It was a spot start for Bazemore who likely will be relegated back to a bench role for Atlanta's next bout verse Houston.  Analysis: Keith Tro Mobile App


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