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Anthony Tolliver Headshot

Tolliver scored 15 points (5-6 FG, 5-6 3Pt, 0-1 FT) while adding three rebounds and a block in 23 minutes off the bench during Sunday's 98-97 win over the Clippers.

He's now 20-for-40 (.500) from three-point range in March, but Tolliver doesn't bring many other skills to the table from a fantasy perspective. Despite his ability to make a large contribution from long range, his limited overall production makes him a difficult player to roster in many fantasy formats.
8:46 pm (EST)
Al Jefferson Headshot

Jefferson (ankle) had his X-rays come back negative following Sunday's 107-94 victory over the 76ers, Nate Taylor of the Indianapolis Star reports.

The big man was taken off the court in a wheelchair Sunday and diagnosed with a left ankle sprain, and his X-ray results don't show any additional damage. Jefferson is a crucial part of the Pacers' rotation, contributing 12.0 points and 6.4 rebounds across 23.3 minutes per game this season. He should be considered questionable for Tuesday's matchup against the Timberwolves until further notice, with Rakeem Christmas and Kevn Seraphin likely in line for additonal workload if Jefferson misses time.
8:45 pm (EST)
Darren Collison Headshot

Collison scored 19 points (8-11 FG, 3-5 FT) while adding four assists, a rebound and a steal in 28 minutes during Sunday's 98-97 win over the Clippers.

After getting Friday off, Collison returned to action and led the lottery-bound Kings to a surprising and perhaps unwelcome road win. The 29-year-old's production has been erratic over the last six weeks -- he's scored in single digits three times in the last eight games, but also has two double-doubles -- and with Sacramento only playing for draft position, Collison will be a tough player to rely on as the regular season draws to a close.
8:30 pm (EST)
Rodney Stuckey Headshot

Stuckey has a sore left knee and will not return to Sunday's game against the 76ers.

The severity of Stuckey's ailment isn't certain, but he has until Tuesday to return to shape in order to participate in a home game against the Timberwolves that night. If he's ultimately forced to miss any more time, both Aaron Brooks and C.J. Miles could be in store for a slight uptick in playing time.
8:30 pm (EST)
Al Jefferson Headshot

Jefferson will not return to Sunday's game against the 76ers after suffering a left ankle sprain, Nate Taylor of the Indianapolis Star reports.

Before exiting the game, Jefferson finished with 14 points (6-9 FG, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds and one steal across 11 minutes. After suffering the injury, he had to be helped up by his teammates and was taken off the floor in a wheelchair. He should be considered questionable for Tuesday's tilt against the Timberwolves until further notice.
8:20 pm (EST)
Brandon Ingram Headshot

Ingram (knee) will not play in Sunday's game against the Trail Blazers, Mike Trudell of ESPN Los Angeles reports.

Ingram is dealing with tendinitis in his right knee. Head coach Luke Walton explained the rookie was "just sore" and there was "no reason to push it", so it appears Ingram is merely being held out as a precaution and the former first-rounder could potentially be back in action as soon as Wednesday for a home game against the Wizards. It isn't clear who will take his place in the starting lineup Sunday, but both David Nwaba and Corey Brewer are good bets to see a boost in playing time.
8:08 pm (EST)
Jonathan Bernier Headshot

Bernier will be Anaheim's starting goalie for Sunday night's showdown with the Rangers, Steve Zipay of Newsday reports.

Bernier has been absolutely on fire recently, winning six of his last seven starts while posting a .958 save percentage and 1.27 GAA. Over that span, he's allowed more than two goals in a game just twice. The 28-year-old will look to stay hot against a Rangers team that is averaging 2.58 goals per game in March.
8:08 pm (EST)
Lucas Luetge Headshot

The Reds are leaning towards keeping a second lefty in their bullpen behind Tony Cingrani, with it coming down to Wandy Peralta or Luetge, MLB.com reports.

Luetge, a non-roster invitee who spent 2016 with the Angels' Triple-A affiliate in Salt Lake City, has had a better spring than Peralta, but his minor league stats last year and his previous major league appearances aren't inspiring.
7:57 pm (EST)
Bruce Maxwell Headshot

Maxwell was optioned to Triple-A Toledo on Sunday.

The catcher has had his fair share of action this spring, batting .229 in 35 at-bats over 19 games. He only managed three RBI to go with a disappointing 10 strikeouts, though, so it's not all that surprising he was sent down with the regular season nearing.
7:50 pm (EST)
Marko Dano Headshot

Dano (undisclosed) is back in the lineup for Sunday's matchup with the Canucks.

Dano returns to the lineup after missing just two games and is projected to skate on Winnipeg's fourth line alongside Nicolas Petan and Chris Thorburn. The 22-year-old has just one goal in his last nine games, making him far from a hot commodity during the fantasy hockey playoffs.
7:46 pm (EST)
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