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Update: Juan Uribe left Friday's game with tightness in his right hamstring.

Experiencing tightness in his hamstring is probably on the more favorable end of injuries if there is, in fact, such a thing. It's not the ankle, it's not the knee and they're saying tightness instead of strained or torn. Consider him day-to-day for now and expect the Dodgers to update his condition soon.ANALYST: Howard Bender

Mike Conley scored 18 points (6-14 FGA, 4-6 FTA) and hit 2-of-6 three-pointers with four rebounds, two assists, and two blocks in Memphis' 97-83 win over Sacramento.

Conley produced a season-high two blocks, a nice bonus for his fantasy owners who saw him also lead the Grizzlies in points. He has returned nicely from an injury he sustained back on Mar. 11 averaging 30 minutes a night for Memphis. With the Grizz in the playoffs, don't be surprised to see him sit a night or two down the stretch so be sure to look out for his status. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Jeff Green had 16 points (6-11 FGA, 2-3 FTA) to go with four rebounds and four assists in the Grizzlies' 97-83 win over the Kings.

Green got another start Monday night and has been able to average 14.8 PPG with 4.2 assists over his last five games. He is also 6-for-9 over his last three games from deep, adding more value to his game. If he gets the minutes, like his 31.4 minutes per game over his last five, he can produce. Fantasy owners can only hope he does the same over the stretch of their fantasy playoffs. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Andrew Wiggins scored 17 points (5-15 FGA, 7-9 FTA) with five rebounds and two assists in the Timberwolves' 104-84 loss to the Jazz.

Wiggins was just ordinary from the field, coming back to earth after a fantasy week. It was the first time in his last five games he failed to reach 20+ points, but he still is averaging 23.4 PPG over that stretch. He's been a great rookie and will be a high-pick next season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Chase Budinger had 14 points (5-11 FGA, 2-4 FTA), going 2-of-4 from deep adding seven rebounds and two assists in Minnesota's 104-84 loss to Minnesota on Monday night.

Monday night made it ten straight games with double-digit points for Budinger, who is now averaging 34.6 minutes a game over his last five. He's 12-of-24 from deep over his last five as well and is contributing for any team that took the risk on the bench-player who is reviving what was a lost season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Zack LaVine had 21 points (7-19 FGA, 6-7 FTA) to go along with six assists and five rebounds in Minnesota's 104-84 loss to Utah on Monday night.

The rookie continues to start in place of Ricky Rubio and been a good addition with the minutes that have been afforded to him. Over his last five games, LaVine is averaging 18.8 PPG with 4.8 assists and can contribute in a hurry. Unfortunately, he doesn't shoot that well, but that might just come with more time and minutes with Minnesota. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Gordon Hayward had 18 points (5-11 FGA, 6-6 FTA) while knocking down 2-of-4 three-pointers with five rebounds, four assists and three steals in Utah's 104-84 win against Minnesota on Monday.

Hayward's career year continues with another successful night in a blowout win. Since returning from injury, Hayward is averaging 21 PPG in those three games with six rebounds. He's solidified himself as a scorer in the NBA and leads the Jazz at 19.6 points a game and will be a high-round draft pick next season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Trey Burke scored 19 points (8-17 FGA) and knocked down two three-pointers with six rebounds and three assists in the Jazz's 104-84 win over the Timberwolves.

Burke only played 24 minutes, but scored quickly and often as starter Rodney Hood left the game early with a concussion. If he remains out, Burke should see the starter's role and get the minutes to produce in Fantasy Playoffs. He's scored in double-digits in four of his last five games in a reserve role, so there is potential for Burke to have a successful week in Hood's absence. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Trevor Booker had 17 points (7-11 FGA, 2-2 FTA) and pulled down 13 rebounds with two blocks in Utah's 104-84 win over Minnesota.

Booker got the start with Derrick Favors out of the line-up and produced his second double-double of the season. He played well, but won't be getting the same minutes when Favors returns. Booker will see his usual 20-22 minutes whenever Favors gets back to the starting line-up. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Zach Randolph had 15 points (5-12 FGA, 5-6 FTA) while pulling down seven rebounds and dished three assists in Memphis' 97-83 win over Sacramento.

The big power-forward has seen his rebounds per game go down in March, but can still score when hitting shots from the field. Randolph didn't shoot too well on Monday night, but is able to get to the foul-line and knock down shots. He's only had three double-doubles in March, but has produced well this year to make sure you have him in the line-up to end your season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Ray McCallum had 12 points (4-9 FGA, 4-7 FTA) with four rebounds and three assists in the Kings' 97-83 loss to the Grizzlies.

The point-guard has gone over the double-digit plateau in four of his last five games, but is just not the player that Darren Collison is. He's averaging 10.2 points a game in March with 4.6 assists, but is shooting 29% from long-range. He has been a somewhat decent fill-in, but not nearly producing at the same rate Collison would have if he stayed healthy. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Derrick Williams scored ten points (4-12 FGA, 2-4 FTA) with five rebounds in Sacramento's 97-83 loss to Memphis.

Williams reached the double-digit mark for only the second time in last five games, averaging 9.8 points a game in March with only 2.1 rebounds. He's never lived up to billing out of Arizona, and hasn't impressed in Sacramento. Williams is still coming off the bench with DeMarcus Cousins not playing and doesn't seem to getting more playing time anyways. Fantasy owners will have to wait until next year to see if Williams ever reaches the potential he showed out of college. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Rudy Gay had 24 points (10-18 FGA, 2-2 FTA) while hitting two three-pointers with four rebounds and two assists in Sacramento's 97-83 loss to Memphis.

With no DeMarcus Cousins, Gay had all of the offensive chances and got no help from anyone else on the team. It was a blowout early for Memphis, so Gay only saw 29 minutes of actions, but was still able to produce for fantasy owners. Since his return from injury, he has scored over 20 points in five of his last seven games. He has had a great 2014-15 season and will look to continue it for the final two weeks of the season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Yankees grant RHP Scott Baker his unconditional release.

Baker was enjoying a serviceable career when he was with the Twins, but Tommy John surgery in 2012 derailed his career. He has yet to return to that form he exhibited when he was a starter in Minnesota and the Yankees have released the 33-year old. Baker could get signed by a team who believes that they can jump start his spiraling career. Analysis: Colby Conway

James Baldwin was signed to a minor league contract with the White Sox on Monday and will report to Low-A Kannapolis.

Baldwin played in the Dodgers farm system last season, where he hit .217 in 112 games played. Albeit he hit for a low average, he still managed to hit 14 home runs and steal 28 bases. It would be a miracle if he made the big leagues this season, so owners can leave him off their fantasy radar. Analysis: Colby Conway


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