Tyreke Evans scored 22 points and had a career-high 15 assists in a 102-95 win over the Jazz. He also had five rebounds, three steals and one block.
Although he isn't the most consistent fantasy contributor, he has been performing at a high level of late averaging 20.4 points, 5.2 rebounds and 8.6 assists over his last five games. As long as he continues to shoot a high percentage from the field (50.6 FG PCT) there is no reason to think he will slow down anytime soon. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Marshawn Lynch indicated to the Seahawks he is retiring.
It was reported Lynch told his friends he would retire, and he tweeting a picture that seemed to indicate he would retire, and now he has reportedly told the Seahawks the same thing. It wouldn't be at all surprising for Lynch to change his mind at some point, but as of right now, all signs point to him retiring. The Seahawks will likely draft or sign at least one running back this offseason, but as it stands right now, Thomas Rawls is the starting running back in Seattle. Analysis: Steve Pimental
J.J. Redick scored 14 points (5-of-11 FGA, 1-of-2 3PA, 3-of-3 FTA) on Sunday night against the Heat.
Redick was solid but did nothing spectacular on Sunday night against the Heat, as he finished with 14 points on surprisingly only a single three pointer. His presence was mostly felt in the way that he runs defenses ragged off of ball screens and backdoor cuts. While he does always have the potential to go off with a barrage of three pointers, Redick remains a risky fantasy play due to his status as a one trick pony. Having said all of this, at 16 points per game, you can do a lot worse at the two-guard position. Analysis: Dom Murtha
Archie Manning said he thinks Peyton Manning is "done in Denver."
The Broncos probably need to keep Brock Osweiler, and some team will pay Osweiler to be their starter in 2016 if the Broncos are unwilling to do so. This leaves the door open for Manning to go to a team like the Rams, but it would probably make the most sense for Peyton to begin the season as a free agent and sign somewhere in the fall when some contender suffers a quarterback injury. Analysis: Steve Pimental