Scooter Gennett is not in the Brewers starting lineup on Sunday.
With southpaw Gio Gonzalez on the hill for the Nationals, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke is trying to get as many right-handed bats into his lineup as he can. Therefore, Rickie Weeks, who is batting .252 with three home runs and 16 RBI, will get the start.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Gennett will get the day off on Sunday with Rickie Weeks filling in at the keystone and batting second in the Brewers lineup. Like we saw in the first half, Gennett will make way for Weeks on occasion, but after being removed form Saturday's game due to a sore leg, this could become more regular over the next few days. The extent of the injury is unknown at this time, so consider him day-to-day for the time being. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
David West will start for injured Tim Duncan on Tuesday.
In his last start David West had 10 minutes of play. Greg Popvich has been going towards more of a committee to fill-in for the hurting Tim Duncan. This has made the front-court a frustrating spot on the Spurs, unless it's LaMarcus Aldridge. There should be no reason for anyone to play David West, unless they lost a bet. Analysis: Mike Cahill
Michael Carter-Williams will come off the bench on Tuesday.
There has been talks going around that Michael Carter-Williams could get traded. Carter-Williams is a former Rookie of the Year winner, but has been inconsistent with the Bucks. The Bucks could be looking to build their roster differently and get what they can for the 24 year-old. Jerryd Bayless is the guy to watch and potentially pick up, especially if Carter-Williams gets traded. Analysis: Mike Cahill
Greg Monroe will come off the bench on Tuesday.
It appears that Greg Monroe will still get big minutes even though he is not starting. This could be a move by Kidd to get a spark out of the team. Monroe has been one of the more productive players for the Bucks and is averaging over 30 minutes per-game with 16.5 points and 9.6 rebounds. If you don't mind him not starting, he should still be worth a play. Analysis: Mike Cahill
Luol Deng (illness) will play Tuesday.
The Heat will need every minute they can get out of Luol Deng against one of the top defenses in the league. Deng could be a sneaky play against the Spurs as they will focus on other players, but it is just as risky. On the year, Deng is averaging 31.4 minutes per-game with 10.6 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per-game. Analysis: Mike Cahill