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The Seahawks have locked up star safety Earl Thomas to a blockbuster long-term extension, source says.

Terms have not yet been disclosed, but word on the street is that the deal makes Thomas the highest-paid safety in the NFL. Hard to say he's not deservinf after last year's performance where he posted a career-best 105 combined tackles, tied a career high with five interceptions, and played a major role in the secondary of the Super Bowl Champion Seahawks.ANALYST: Howard Bender

Gordon Hayward scored 17 points (4-16 FGA, 9-12 FTA) but went 0-for-6 from three-point range during the Jazz' 94-89 win over the Thunder on Saturday. He also added five rebounds, five assists, two steals and two blocks.

Hayward had himself a solid night on Saturday despite shooting only 25.0 percent from the floor as he appears to be fine after missing two games with a collarbone injury. As long as he can remain healthy down the stretch he is a must-start in all fantasy formats while being a solid all- around performer.  Analysis: Matthew Beck

Rudy Gobert posted a double-double with 13 points (3-6 FGA, 7-10 FTA) and 15 rebounds against the Thunder on Saturday. He also added one assist, three steals and four blocks.

Gobert continues to be a beast in the paint for the Jazz as he is now averaging 12.4 points and 13.0 rebounds over his last five games. As long as he is in the starting lineup, Gobert is a must-start in all fantasy formats as he only gets better with more experience.  Analysis: Matthew Beck

Steven Adams scored just five points but came down with 14 boards, two assists, one steal and one blocked shot against the Jazz on Saturday.

Despite failing to reach double digits in scoring for the second straight game, Adams was able to post 10 or more rebounds for the fourth time in five games. He should continue to receive solid playing time the rest of the way, so those in deep leagues will want to give him a look if in a desperate situation.  Analysis: Matthew Beck

Enes Kanter posted a double-double with 18 points (7-13 FGA, 4-6 FTA) and 11 rebounds against the Jazz on Saturday. He also added one assists and two blocks.

Kanter has now posted four straight double-doubles as he continues rise since joining the Thunder. Even if his production slips slightly down the stretch he is still a must-start in all league formats while receiving plenty of minutes on a nightly basis.  Analysis: Matthew Beck

Russell Westbrook scored a game-high 37 points (12-29 FGA, 10-12) while going 3-for-9 from three-point range with eight rebounds and six assists during the Thunder's 94-89 loss to the Jazz on Saturday.

Westbrook continues to put his team on his shoulders as he is now averaging 27.5 points, 7.2 rebounds, 8.7 assists and 2.1 steals through 58 games. Without Kevin Durant, Westbrook has really been able to show off his all around game and remains an elite fantasy option moving forward.  Analysis: Matthew Beck

John Henson came off the bench to score eight points (3-9 FGA, 2-4 FTA) and grabbed 10 rebounds with one steal and four blocks against the Warriors on Saturday.

Henson has now logged double digit rebounds in two of hi last five games but has been unable to be much of an offensive contributor (5.8 PPG) in that stretch. Unless he finds a way to earn more minutes, he is far from being a fantasy option the rest of the way.  Analysis: Matthew Beck

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