According to manager Walt Weiss, Carlos Gonzalez's (ankle) condition "is better than we thought he would be." A decision on whether Gonzalez will need a disabled-list stint will come in the next day or two.
CarGo is missing another game Saturday (his fourth over the last 10) because of lingering soreness in his ankle. Continue to view him as day-to-day, but expect a DL decision one way or the other to come by Monday. Weiss does seem encouraged that a DL stint won't be necessary, but we'll wait for the team medical staff to make the call. In the meantime, Charlie Blackmon is in right with Chris Dickerson moving over to left. Drew Stubbs remains in center.ANALYST: Howard Bender
DeAndre Jordan has four meetings setup as free agency gets ready to start. Clippers have slight edge.
Jordan along with Aldridge is one of the biggest names on the free agent market and is drawing attention like it. Lakers, Knicks, Mavericks, Clippers are the four teams that he will be meeting with and the Clippers, his current team, are believed to hold a slight edge over the others. Obviously, it would be a coup for the Lakers to steal the big man from their in city rival who share the arena with them. The Knicks are in serious need of an offensive big man given their lack of one for the last several seasons. Jordan's signing may trigger several dominos to fall quickly after. Analysis: Matt Selz
Marc Gasol only has one free agent meeting setup and it's with Memphis.
It looks like the big man will be staying put in Memphis considering that the only meeting he has setup is with his current team. Gasol and Zach Randolph have created a great front court for the Grizzlies that have gotten them into the playoffs the last couple of years. It is possible that once the bigger name front court players are off the market, that Gasol could then gain more interest, if he hasn't already signed. Analysis: Matt Selz