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2017 Tout Wars Head-to-Head Auction: Team Review
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LeBron James Headshot

James (eye) scored 24 points (10-21 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 4-6 FT) while adding 11 rebounds, eight assists and a block in 41 minutes during Saturday's 127-115 loss to the Wizards.

He began the game wearing goggles to protect his eye after suffering a scratched cornea Friday, but after taking a couple of shots he ditched them and proceeded to have a very LeBron-like night. James has gotten a couple games off to rest this month, so expect the 32-year-old to be in the lineup and producing at his usual elite level for the rest of the regular season as the Cavs try to keep hold of the top seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
2:30 am (EST)
Kyrie Irving Headshot

Irving scored 23 points (8-23 FG, 1-7 3Pt, 6-7 FT) while adding four assists, two rebounds, two blocks and a steal in 34 minutes during Saturday's 127-115 loss to the Wizards.

The point guard has now scored at least 20 points in 22 straight starts, dating back to Feb. 6. After getting a couple days off this month to rest, expect Irving to be pedal to the metal for the rest of the regular season as the Cavs try to maintain their spot atop the Eastern Conference.
2:26 am (EST)
Bradley Beal Headshot

Beal scored 27 points (9-19 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 7-7 FT) while adding six assists and four rebounds in 43 minutes during Saturday's 127-115 win over the Cavaliers.

He hasn't scored fewer than 18 points in a game since Feb. 4, a stretch of 23 straight contests. Beal continues to enjoy a career year alongside John Wall in the Wizards' backcourt, and the duo have now led the team to within 2.5 games of Cleveland atop the Eastern Conference standings.
2:21 am (EST)
John Wall Headshot

Wall scored 37 points (14-21 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 7-8 FT) while adding 11 assists, four rebounds, two steals and a block in 37 minutes during Saturday's 127-115 win over the Cavaliers.

In a potential Eastern Conference Final preview against the Cavs, Wall was in top form, recording his ninth double-double in March and 48th of the season. The 26-year-old remains on pace for career highs in points, assists and steals per game, as well as made and attempted free throws.
2:17 am (EST)
Eddie Lack Headshot

Lack made 26 saves in a 3-1 win over New Jersey on Saturday night.

Don't look now, but Lack has won four straight and that comes after his coach shredded him in public just a few short weeks ago. And he has allowed just five goals in those four games. Ride him when he's in the blue paint.
2:09 am (EST)
Cory Schneider Headshot

Schneider made 25 saves in a 3-1 loss to Carolina on Saturday night.

Schneider has just one win in his last 11 starts. The Devils are bad and Schneider can't save them. You need to seriously consider a place for him on your bench.
2:04 am (EST)
Travis Zajac Headshot

Zajac scored New Jersey's only goal in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Hurricanes.

Gulp -- it snapped a 10-game goal drought, a span in which Zajac only managed two assists. Center is too deep to have patience with that kind of slump.
1:57 am (EST)
Sebastian Aho Headshot

Aho's point streak now stands at six games and eight points (three goals, five assists) after he scored twice in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Devils.

Aho has 46 points, including 23 goals, in 73 games. It's a bad year to get recognition as part of an elite fleet of rookies. But Aho is showing himself to be every bit a top-line forward.
1:52 am (EST)
Jeff Skinner Headshot

Skinner scored the game winner Saturday in a 3-1 victory over the Devils.

Skinner is riding a five-game goal streak (seven goals) and six game point streak (nine points). And the goal was his 30th. That's the third time he's hit that height. Make sure you take full advantage of this hot streak.
1:48 am (EST)
Cody Asche Headshot

Asche went 2-for-3 with a homer in Saturday's game against the Indians.

The homer was the fourth of the spring for Asche, who is hitting .316/.469/.763 in 38 spring at-bats. A non-roster invitee, Asche is making a big push for an Opening Day roster spot. He can play the corner spots in the infield and outfield, which makes him an ideal solution for backing up Melky Cabrera in left field and Todd Frazier at third base.
1:46 am (EST)
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