Paul Pierce led the Nets with 15 points in losing effort to the Bulls.
Pierce has scored 40 points in his last two games after being held to just 13 points in his two previous games. You may want to use this opportunity to try and sell high on Pierce as he has struggled to provide consistent production, in part because he saw 25-plus minutes for the first time in his last five games. On the flip side, Pierce could be an asset you could acquire at a possible discount in roto leagues who would give you a boost in points, threes, and steals.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Muhammed Wilkerson will report to training camp Wednesday.
Wilkerson has decided to prove it on the field in 2015 that he is deserving of a mega deal next off-season when he becomes a free agent. He will receive $6.96 million in the final year of his rookie deal. If he does continue to be a dominant defensive lineman, he could command at least what the Saints Cameron Jordan received two-months ago which was five-years, $60 million dollars. Analysis: Drew Phelps
Rockies acquired SS Jose Reyes and RHPs Jeff Hoffman, Miguel Castro, and Jesus Tinoco from the Blue Jays for SS Troy Tulowitzki and RHP LaTroy Hawkins.
So the trade that everyone and their grandmother reported late Monday night is now officially official. The Blue Jays get a power-hitter they didn't really need, but apparently for them, it was about getting a guy who could be on the field more. Oh the irony. Toronto, given the Rodgers Centre dimensions, is probably the only safe place for Tulo to go and still maintain those numbers he's posted over the year at Coors Field. Hawkins will join the bullpen. As for Reyes, he'll immediately slot in at shortstop for the Rockies and probably take over as their primary leadoff hitter. The relievers will all likely enter the Rockies system at various levels. Overall, this trade is a lateral move for all parties involved. Analysis: Howard Bender