• DeMarre Carroll
    SF/PF, Brooklyn Nets

    DeMarre Carroll has been ruled out of Wednesday's season finale

    Carroll was a great get for the Nets, coming over as a salary dump from the cash-strapped Raptors. He wound up starting for most of the season and getting time at both small forward and power forward, looking fully healthy for the first time in two and a half seasons. DC played in 73 games, his most since 2013-14, and was able to finish as a top-110 option in per-game value and a top-95 play on the full season — that's for both 8- and 9-cat formats. If he can keep this up next year, he'll be another great selection in the draft's later rounds.

    Source: Brian Lewis on Twitter

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  • Ben Simmons
    PG, Philadelphia Sixers

    Ben Simmons put up a career-high 34 points on Saturday, adding seven assists, two steals and two blocks in just 26 minutes.

    Simmons dominated the Cavs and shot 12-of-14 from the floor including one 3-pointer. Simmons is great in a many areas, but he is held back by his free throw percentage, no threes and high turnovers.

  • Kyle O'Quinn
    C, Philadelphia Sixers

    Kyle O'Quinn double-doubled in 27 minutes on Saturday with 10 points (5-of-10 from the field), 11 boards and four blocks.

    The Sixers were without Joel Embiid (right hip contusion) and blew out the Cavs 141-94. O'Quinn can be left on the waiver wire in all fantasy leagues.

  • Trey Burke
    PG, Philadelphia Sixers

    Trey Burke nearly double-doubled on Saturday, dishing out eight assists to go with four steals and 21 points on 9-of-12 shooting in 27 minutes.

    There was a lot of garbage time for Burke tonight as the Sixers demolished the Cavs. Burke can be left on the waiver wire.

  • Mike Scott
    PF, Philadelphia Sixers

    Mike Scott started on Saturday and scored 21 points on 9-of-12 shooting to go with six rebounds and three 3-pointers in 24 minutes.

    Scott started for Joel Embiid (right hip contusion) and caught fire against the Cavs. Scott can be a streamer for points and threes when the Sixers are injured. Feel free to use Scott on Sunday if Embiid is still out.

  • Matisse Thybulle
    SG-SF, Philadelphia Sixers

    Matisse Thybulle sprained his right ankle and will not return on Saturday vs. the Cavs.

    Thybulle played nine minutes before rolling his ankle. He had just the one assist and one block.

    Source: Jeff Skversky 6abc on Twitter

  • Jake Layman
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jake Layman (left toe sprain) has been listed as out on Sunday vs. the Lakers.

    Layman will now miss his eighth straight game. Treveon Graham, Josh Okogie and Keita Bates-Diop will absorb his minutes.

  • Andrew Wiggins
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Andrew Wiggins (left thumb sprain) has been listed as questionable for Sunday vs. the Wolves.

    Wiggins sat out the last game. If he is able to play, look for him to put up mid-round value for the rest of the season.

    Source: Timberwolves PR on Twitter

  • Jeff Teague
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jeff Teague (left ankle soreness) is questionable to play on Sunday vs. the Lakers.

    Teague started last game with Andrew Wiggins out and put up a monster line. If Wiggins, who is also questionable, is able to play, then Teague will likely return to his bench role. He should still put up solid late-middle round value given the minutes.

    Source: Timberwolves PR on Twitter

  • Shabazz Napier
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Shabazz Napier (right hamstring strain) has been listed as probable for Sunday vs. the Lakers.

    Napier can be left on the wire as he has fallen behind in the rotation and won't play high enough minutes consistently to be standard-league relevant.

    Source: Timberwolves PR on Twitter

  • Karl-Anthony Towns
    C, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Karl-Anthony Towns (right knee tendinopathy) has been listed as probable for Sunday vs. the Lakers.

    KAT was able to play through the right knee tendinopathy last game and put up first round numbers. He has a tough matchup with the Lakers who have been slowing down opposing bigs, however he is still a must-start.

    Source: Timberwolves PR on Twitter