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Update: Derek Jeter (quad) will play in Game 2 of Wednesday's double header.

Well see that, Jeter fans and owners? All is indeed right with the Yankees universe. Given the quad injury, it would have been silly to think that the Captain would play in both games of the doubleheader, but so long as he appears in at least one, owners can be confident to get him back into their lineups.ANALYST: Howard Bender

Otto Porter Jr. had 15 points (5-12 FGA, 4-4 FTA) with seven rebounds and two steals the Wizards' 106-93 victory over the 76ers.

The second-year player out of Georgetown started for Paul Pierce on Wednesday night and played 38 minutes into his almost double-double. He doesn't seem consistent minutes, but always seems to start if Pierce is out. Unfortunately, it looks like Pierce was only getting rested so Porter Jr. will most likely be relegated back to the bench and not worth the fantasy add. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Andrew Wiggins scored 25 points (8-20 FGA 9-10 FTA), grabbed five rebounds, recorded five assists, two blocks, and one steal in the Timberwolves 113-99 loss to the Raptors on Wednesday night.

The Canadian who balls like an American continued his scoring ways on Wednesday night, as he scored 25 points and did it by getting to the line an impressive 10 times. As usual Wiggins maintained his defensive prowess by recording two blocks and one steal, while he also managed to spread the floor through his five assists. As predicted, the young phenom is finishing up his rookie campaign in strong form.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Bradley Beal scored 20 points (9-18 FGA, 2-4 FTA) while grabbing five rebounds and handing out five assists in the Wizards' 106-93 victory over the 76ers.

The shooting guard has returned from injury to produce three straight games of double-figure scoring while also collecting above four rebounds. Although he didn't hit a three-pointer Wednesday night, Beal was still able take 18 shots and make 50% of them. The Wizards are going to need Beal to be a consistent scorer if they have any chance of making a run in the Eastern Conference. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Marcin Gortat poured in 23 points (10-11 FGA, 3-4 FTA) with 14 rebounds, three assists and two blocks in Washington's 106-93 win over Philadelphia.

Gortat led the Wizards in scoring after John Wall took a back seat to hand out a game-high 15 assists and besting his March-high of 22 points. It was his first double-double since Mar. 6 as he was able to hit virtually all of his shots from the field. If fantasy owners can play this Gortat, they are in for a solid end to their season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Isaiah Canaan netted 18 points (7-12 FGA) after hitting four three-pointers to go along with six assists, three rebounds, and two steals in the 76ers' 106-93 defeat to the Wizards.

Canaan is not shy tossing up three-pointers, averaging seven a game over his last five. Where he gets in trouble, is when he make those shots, unlike Wednesday. He has made 40% from down-town over his last five, but isn't going to gain enough playing time to make a big impact on the fantasy sheet. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Ish Smith scored 23 points (11-17 FGA) while he added three assists, three rebounds, and three steals in the 76ers' 106-93 defeat to the Wizards.

Four games running for Smith reaching the double-digit mark in points and he has been truly consistent, averaging 15.6 PPG and 4.8 assists in his last five. He's cemented the starting PG spot in Philly for the rest of the season although it appears every other position is up for grabs outside of center and Nerlens Noel. He's worth a good daily play in favorable match-ups so look for a good deal. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Marvin Williams had a game-high 18 points (7-11 FGA), knocking down three three-pointers while pulling down six rebounds in the Hornets' 102-78 win over the Pistons.

WIllimas has three straight games in double-figures after being reduced to mostly a rebounder. He had been shooting poorly, but has now hit 17-of-31 shots in the three games and been able to be a contributor in deep fantasy line-ups. If he can stay hot, Williams can provide added value with rebounds and is worth a sneaky play in daily leagues as he probably won't count too much against your cap.  Analysis: Rob Trayah

Kemba Walker had 17 points (7-13 FGA, 1-1 FTA) with two three-pointers to go with six rebounds, four assists, and three steals in Charlotte's 102-78 win over Detroit.

With his return, Walker has regained his starting role over Mo Williams and has been able to produce enough to keep him there. He's averaging 22 points with 7.3 assists over his last three games, a solid return to form. He's going to be a good late-season re-pickup after being injured so there might be some value plays in daily leagues from here on out as well. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Gerald Henderson had 14 points (5-11 FGA, 3-3 FTA) along with five assists and two steals Wednesday night in Charlotte's 102-78 win over Detroit..

Henderson continues to be a consistent performer in Charlotte, reaching double-digits in points nine straight games and 11-of-13. He plays over 30 minutes a night and is able to impact various categories including rebounds and assists. Even with Kemba Walker back, Henderson is able to get looks and knock down shots so keep playing him if you have him in your line-up. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Anthony Tolliver scored 10 points (4-8 FGA), hitting two three-pointers while also getting eight rebounds and four assists in the Pistons' 102-78 loss to the Hornets.

In four of his last five games, Tolliver has reached the double-digit mark in scoring and been able to find rebounds in an average of 31.2 minutes a night. This is his best stretch of the season with Greg Monroe out of the line-up, and he will continue to see the playing time increase with the possibility Monroe has played his last game as a Piston. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Jodie Meeks scored 15 points (6-13 FGA, 2-2 FTA) and pulled down five rebounds in Detroit's 102-78 loss to Charlotte.

As a reserve player, Meeks has thrived in limited timeand was able to play 34 minutes when Kentavious Caldwell-Pope struggled from the field. This is most likely just a game scenario so don't count on Meeks providing the same amount of stability the rest of the way. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Andre Drummond netted 13 points (6-15 FGA, 1-7 FTA) and pulled down nine rebounds while also pitching in two steals in Detroit's 102-78 loss to Charlotte.

Drummond failed to collect a double-double for the first time in three games and only played 28 minutes in the blowout loss. He has been absolutely dreadful from the foul-line this season and it continued Wednesday night when he made only 1-of-7. If there is an area to improve for next year, it would be from the charity stripe as Drummond currently sits at 39.8% for the season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Chase Budinger scored 19 points (8-15 FGA 2-4 3PA), grabbed six rebounds, recorded three assists, and two steals in the Timberwolves 113-99 loss to the Raptors on Wednesday night.

Budinger was basically the entire second unit for the Timberwolves on Wednesday night, as Minnesota only used an eight-man rotation. He managed to score 19 points on 8-of-15 shooting which is good for anyone who purchased him at his low daily league price tag. He doesn’t hold any value in standard leagues, but on given nights, he can be of service to daily league owners. Analysis: Dom Murtha

Zach Lavine scored 22 points (10-17 FGA), grabbed seven rebounds, and recorded three assists in the Timberwolves 113-99 loss to the Raptors on Wednesday night.

The bounce brothers were in full force in terms of fantasy production on Wednesday night, as they each scored 20+ points and grabbed a solid chunk of boards. Lavine’s 22 points, seven rebounds, and three assists perfectly kicked off this new month of April after he had his best month as a pro in March (13.3 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 3.8 apg).  Analysis: Dom Murtha

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