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MRI on Jerryd Bayless' knee revealed a bruise and he may rejoin the team Monday in Philadelphia.

The Celtics dodged a bullet with this latest news, although a healthy Bayless will not change the fact that the Celtics are one of the worst teams in the Eastern Conference. There is a chance Bayless could return to a reserve role on Monday, but at this stage in the season there is no reason to rush him back if he is not at 100 percent health. ANALYST: Matthew Beck

Tony Parker scored 17 points (7-16 FGA, 3-6 FTA) going 0-for-2 from three point range with one rebound, six assists and a steal during the Spurs' 103-89 win over the Grizzlies on Sunday.

Parker has been inconsistent of late, but that's certainly better than consistently bad, which he was earlier this season. He hasn't been subject to DNP shenanigans so far, which means he needs to be locked into your lineups. Analysis: Spencer Silva

Tiago Splitter scored 15 points (6-9 FGA, 3-3 FTA) with eight rebounds, two assists and two steals during the Spurs' 103-89 win over the Grizzlies on Sunday.

Splitter has been great lately, stuffing the boxscore in different ways most nights. However, as is always the case with Spurs this time of year, it's hard to know how consistent the minutes will be. Still, he needs to owned in all formats.  Analysis: Spencer Silva

Kawhi Leonard scored 25 points (11-17 FGA, 2-2 FTA) going 1-for-3 from three point range with 10 rebounds, an assist and a steal during the Spurs' 103-89 win over the Grizzlies on Sunday.

Leonard was a force to reckoned with Sunday, eating up Marc Gasol in the paint all night. In fact, he even scored 15 of San Antonio's first 15 points of the fourth quarter. He's still doling out solid stats on a nightly basis, even if there's fear that Pop will start resting him more down the stretch.  Analysis: Spencer Silva

Jeff Green scored 19 points (8-15 FGA, 1-1 FTA) going 2-for-2 from three point range with a rebound during the Grizzlies' 103-89 loss to the Spurs on Sunday.

Green came off the bench and not only shot better than any Grizzly, but also played excellent defense. Unfortunately, the rest of his team didn't show up and he didn't get any other defensive or offensive stats to show for his strong performance. Analysis: Spencer Silva

Marc Gasol scored 16 points (7-15 FGA, 2-2 FTA) with six rebounds, four assists and a block during the Grizzlies' 103-89 loss to the Spurs on Sunday.

Gasol had the tough task of guarding Kawhi Leonard all night long, who ended up leading all scorers with 25 points. Gasol salvaged his night with some second half scoring, but overall product was relatively underwhelming. He'll try to get back on track against Kings Monday night.  Analysis: Spencer Silva

Zach Randolph scored 20 points (9-16 FGA, 2-3 FTA) with 13 rebounds during the Grizzlies' 103-89 loss to the Spurs on Sunday night.

Sunday's effort pushed Randolph into double-double territory for the season. He and Jeff Green were the only two shooters who were getting it done for Memphis, which isn't surprising given the stingy Spurs defense we know and love.  Analysis: Spencer Silva

Update: Brandon Knight suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's game against the Thunder.

Knight hurt the same left ankle that caused him pain and almost caused him to miss Sunday's game. His three-point, 1-of-10 performance indicts the injury is really bothering him so temper your expectations in hopes he heals quickly. If the Suns continue to fall out of the race for the eighth seed, don't be surprised to see him rested for the remainder of the season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Jodie Meeks scored 11 points (4-8 FGA) while hitting 3-of-5 three-pointers to go with three assists in the Pistons' 109-102 loss to Miami.

Meeks ended up scoring better than Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, the guy he was backing up and knocked down shots from deep. He's reached double-figures in four of his last four games, while providing a spark off the bench. He, however, isn't going to win you a playoff week so it's fine to look for another option that can get hot.  Analysis: Rob Trayah

Reggie Jackson had 31 points (12-17 FGA, 4-8 FTA) while making 3-of-4 from three-point land to go with nine assists and six rebounds in the Pistons' 109-102 loss against the Heat on Sunday.

Jackson owners are rejoicing since his trade from Oklahoma City at the deadline with all of the production that they are getting towards the end of the season. Detroit's big question is if they will be able to lock up Jackson, who is set for a big upgrade in his contract, especially with the play he has shown as a Pistons starter. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Jaime Garcia is expected to begin the season on the disabled list after suffering shoulder soreness and fatigue this spring.

It's a new year, but it seems like the same old story with Garcia, unfortunately. The last three years have been riddled with arm troubles and Garcia has not been able to show signs of his 2011 campaign that saw him go 13-7 in 194 innings with a 3.56 ERA. Look for Carlos Martinez or Marcos Gonzales to win the fifth starter job with Garcia losing out. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Andre Drummond registered 32 points (14-17 FGA, 4-7 FTA) and pulled down 14 rebounds while also pitching in two assists and two blocks in Detroit's 109-102 loss to Miami.

This just in: Drummond is tall and really good. With Greg Monroe still out, the former UConn Husky has been the lone front-court option and is proving his worth. He is averaging 20.2 PPG and 14.4 RPG over his last five and is going to be an early round pick next season after becoming one of the best centers in the game. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Brandon Knight left Sunday's game with an apparent leg injury. His return is questionable.

Knight was questionable as it was going into Sunday night's game so if you started him, you risked the possibility of him not playing well or finishing the game. He was able to play 22 minutes, but was 1-of-10 with three points. Analysis: Rob Trayah

James Ennis scored 16 points (5-7 FGA, 4-6 FTA) and knocked down two three-pointers while grabbing six rebounds in Miami's 109-102 win over Detroit.

Ennis has seen time in Miami's last three games, hitting a three-pointer in each. He's not going to make an impact on the Heat team and nor should he on your fantasy team. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Dwyane Wade had 40 points (14-27 FGA, 12-13 FTA) with six rebounds and four assists Miami's 109-102 win over Detroit on Sunday night.

When his team needed him most, Wade delivered. He had 19 of his game-high 40 in the fourth quarter and single-handily took over the game. He recorded 36 minutes after playing only 22 minutes in Friday night's loss and continues to fight injuries. However, his 2014-15 season has been fantastic and a renaissance to his Hall-of-Fame career as he now averaging 21.5 PPG with 5.1 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 1.3 steals a game. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Udonis Haslem had 18 points (8-13 FGA, 2-2 FTA) with 13 rebounds and two steals in Miami's 109-102 win over Detroit.

Haslem continues to start with Hassan Whiteside out of action, recording another double-double in 35 minutes. He has gone from fantasy irrelevant to relevant in less than a week. If you're hoping for anything coming down the stretch, Haslem is an interesting play. Analysis: Rob Trayah

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