Kyle Lowry has agreed to a 4-year, $48M contract to stay with the Raptors.
Lowry follows Cavs PG Kyrie Irving as two players who have decided to avoid being a part of the ego parade that other stars seem to be on as they travel from one city/team to another regardless if they have any desire of signing with them, or not. The Raptors organization has to be ecstatic that Lowry stuck to his word when he said he wanted to remain a Raptor as they not only get to keep their star guard but it also gives the impression that they are a team that is an attractive one to be a part of, at least from the perspective of one All-Star caliber player in Lowry.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Dwyane Wade (knee) is listed as questionable for Friday's game.
Wade didn't play on Wednesday due to a sore knee, so of course he is questionable for Friday. If he isn't in the starting lineup, Mario Chalmers will once again get the start and see a bump in value. Wade has been relatively healthy this season and has produced in a big way in the process. He's averaging 21.6 points and 5.2 assists per game. Analysis: David Kerr
Ross Detwiler has made the Rangers starting rotation.
There are far worse pitchers with starting jobs in baseball, so Detwiler is deserving of this chance. He's bounced back and forth between the starting rotation and the bullpen while pitching for the Nationals, but should settle in as a member of the Rangers' rotation. He has solid value in AL-Only leagues. Analysis: David Kerr