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Freddie Freeman went 1-for-5 with the game-winning RBI single in the 10th inning against the Reds on Sunday.

Freeman drove in the only run scored in Sunday's contest which came in the bottom of the 10th inning, which was just his second hit over his last nine at-bats. There have been reports that Freeman is having issues with his vision again, but that has yet to have an impact on his production at the plate. Through 93 at-bats, Freeman is the owner of a .344 average with six homers and 17 RBI which makes him one of the best offensive players to own in the National League in the early going. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
In the three games since Freeman had his eyes checked and treated, he is 5-for-13 (.385) with one home run, three RBI and three runs scored. We wondered how much better he could get after being treated for abrasions on the whites of his eye when he was already batting .338 at the time, but now that he's sitting at .344 with six home runs and 17 RBI, it looks like we got our answer. For those questioning whether or not signing that big contract was going to cause him to sit back a little, you can rest easy now.ANALYST: Howard Bender

Timofey Mozgov had 14 points (6-9 FGA, 2-2 FTA) to go with ten rebounds in Cleveland's 87-86 win over Philadelphia.

Mozgov's double-double was key in the Cavs' win as he had five offensive rebounds on a night when Cleveland struggled from the field. This was his first and only of the month of March, but he has been consistent in his scoring, ending up at 11.1 PPG and scoring in double-digits 11 times. Hope for more of the same if you have him in fantasy playoffs. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Kyrie Irving had 17 points (7-18 FGA, 2-3 FTA) with three rebounds and two assists in Cleveland's 87-86 win over Philadelphia on Sunday night.

Irving has had an up-and-down week ending Sunday, shooting 39% from the field. Over his last five games, Irving is averaging 20 points and 3.8 assists, not exactly the week fantasy owners have been hoping for in their playoffs. Keep an eye on him if the Cavs decide to rest their starters if and when they lock up the two-seed in the East. Analysis: Rob Trayah

LeBron James scored 20 points (8-24 FGA, 3-6 FTA) with 11 rebounds and six assists in the Cavaliers' 87-86 win over the 76ers.

Rough night from the field for LeBron as he only hit one three-pointer, but did have a nice double-double. The whole Cleveland team struggled from the field shooting 38%, but were able to squeak by Philly in their quest for the second spot in the East. Fantasy owners in their playoffs will hope for something much more from one of the NBA's best players in the upcoming week. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Furkan Aldemir scored 11 points (5-6 FGA, 1-2 FTA) and added ten rebounds in Philadelphia's 87-86 loss to Cleveland.

Aldemir got his first career statrt and recorded a double-double in 27 minutes. The 23-year old second round pick saw the most playing time he has seen this season, and has now played in seven straight games. He has only seen action in 33 games this season and isn't worth the roster move. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Ish Smith scored 11 points (5-16 FGA, 1-1 FTA) while he added seven assists and four rebounds in the 76ers' 87-86 defeat to the Cavaliers.

Smith has slotted in nicely as the 76ers' starting point guard averaging 6.8 assists over his last five games. He is in a tryout for next season as Philadelphia has been in tank-mode this year. He hasn't been a good scorer in his five seasons, but he has been to increase his points-per-game to 11.7. He struggles from the foul-line and hasn't improved his shooting too much so temper your expectations as a sleeper next season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Robert Covington scored 19 points (7-13 FGA), shooting 5-for-9 from three-point land while pulling down four rebounds in Philadelphia's 87-86 loss to Cleveland.

The shooting guard was able to bounce back nicely from a miserable two-point game on Friday night, hitting five more three-pointers. If you exclude Friday night's game, Covington is 16-for-26 from deep in three games and has grasped the roll of being Philadelphia's leading scoring in a welcome fashion for fantasy owners. If you got him late in the season, keep rolling with him in the hopes he can be a great source of three-pointers as the season comes to a close. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Dion Waiters (foot) will start Sunday.

Waiters has been a bit of an erratic scorer off the bench, so given some reliable starters minutes, his stock may be on the rise. 20 points and a couple of rebounds and assists shouldn't be out of the realm of possibility.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

The Yankees re-signed Jared Burton to a Minor League contract on Sunday.

At one time (2012) Burton was one of the better relief pitchers in the league, but that time has come and passed. Don't expect any fantasy production from Burton this season or any after it.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Update: Brandon Knight (ankle) will play Sunday.

Knight might be on a minutes restriction tonight, so start him in your lineups at your own risk.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Kevin Love (back) expects to play Thursday.

K-Love is always a great option when he is healthy, so play him with confidence so long as the Cavs give him the okay.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Brewers have released Chris Perez and David Herndon.

While never a great option as a closer, Perez used to be a pretty solid one. He has now fallen far from those days, as he has just been released by the Brewers. Expect him to be signed to a minor league contract with another club before spring training breaks. Analysis: Dom Murtha

Jared Dudley (back) won't play Monday.

Ersan Ilyasova will continue to get the majority of the minutes at the four, as Dudley heals up his back.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Travis Ishikawa left Sunday's game with back tightness.

He will be fine going forward, however his availability shouldn't be of anyone's concern, as Ishikawa doesn't hold much fantasy value. Analysis: Dom Murtha

Update: Luol Deng (bruised knee) ruled out for the rest of the game.

It was previously reported that Michael Beasley would replace Deng in the lineup, however it appears that James Ennis will be the guy going forward for the second half.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

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