Aroldis Chapman picked up his fifth save of the year after tossing a perfect inning with two strikeouts against the Dodgers on Wednesday.
Chapman needed just 11 pitches (eight strikes) to put down the Dodgers in order to close out the 3-2 win. He brought his ERA down to 2.25 on the year while seeing his K/9 increase to a super-tasty 15.75 mark. He remains one of the elite closers in the game and should always be treated as such.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Rudy Gay (ankle) will start against the 76ers on Wednesday.
Gay has been playing through an ankle injury, and after being on a slight minutes limit for the last couple of games, he isn't expected to be on Wednesday night against the 76ers. Consider him a solid start going up against a bad team, while featuring an average of 17 points and nearly seven rebounds per game on the season. Analysis: Dom Murtha
Rajon Rondo (toe) will play against the 76ers on Wednesday.
While his fantasy numbers have been solid this season, Rondo has been a turnstile defensively and has brought a bad locker room vibe to Sacramento. Luckily for fantasy owners, the only thing that matters is his statistical production, which has been good so far, so continue to start him on a nightly basis, just like recently saved coach Karl will do going forward. Analysis: Dom Murtha