Tim Duncan is going straight to the locker room under his own power with an apparent right knee injury.
Obviously this isn't good for the Spurs or fantasy owners. Leaving under his own power is a positive sign, but don't be surprised if the Spurs keep him on the bench and preserve his health for the playoffs. Yes, they are looking to hand onto the top seed, but Duncan's health is much more of a priority.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Trevor Cahill has secured the final spot in the Diamondbacks' rotation.
With this news, it is confirmed that Daniel Hudson will start the season out of the team's bullpen. Cahill really struggled last season, but the team believes his revamped mechanics will equate to better success this season. In 17 starts and 14 relief appearances last year, he compiled a rough 5.61 ERA. Starters in Arizona will likely be back-end starters in many fantasy rotations this season. Analysis: Colby Conway