Kevin Durant struggled from the field but still doubled up with 15 points and 12 rebounds to go with four assists, two steals, and two blocks in the win over the Grizzlies on Saturday.
After averaging 33.0 points over the first three games of the series, Durant failed to hit that mark Saturday finishing with only 15 points while shooting 23.8 percent from the field. Despite the low scoring effort from Durant, the Thunder still escaped with the win, tying the series at two games a piece proving that they can get the job done even when their MVP is having an off night. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Meyers Leonard will start for injured Noah Vonleh on Monday.
He offensively plays like a stretch four, providing plenty of space for the Blazers guards to operate, however on defense Leonard is rather stout considering his inconsistent playing time. With Vonleh out, Leonard will be expected to play more often, while providing the Blazers with some much-needed size in the frontcourt. Because of his above-average three-point shooting for his size, Leonard might be worth a look in very deep leagues, or for daily players who are strapped on a very tight budget on Monday night. Analysis: Dom Murtha
Dodgers re-signed RHP Chin-Hui Tsao to a minor league contract.
Tsao posted some solid numbers at Triple-A last season, recording seven saves and a 2.77 ERA. At 34 years of age, he likely won't be getting much better than that, however his production seems solid enough to warrant him a major league roster spot if someone in the Dodgers bullpen gets injured during 2016. Having said all of this, he should be a non-factor in all fantasy formats going forward. Analysis: Dom Murtha