• Kawhi Leonard
    F, Toronto Raptors

    Kawhi Leonard was masterful yet again, leading the Raptors with 39 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and five 3-pointers while going 13-of-20 from the field in Sunday's Game 4 win.

    Leonard went 8-of-12 from the line and committed an uncharacteristic seven turnovers, but there is no way anyone can complain about his performance in the postseason. He bounced around defensively, covering Jimmy Butler, Ben Simmons and J.J. Redick depending on which player had the hot hand at any given moment. Leonard sucked the air out of the building with a 3-pointer over Joel Embiid to put the Raptors up four with a minute to go as the finishing touch on another tremendous outing. He's been absolutely phenomenal and got enough help from his teammates to tie this series at two.

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  • Spencer Dinwiddie
    PG, Brooklyn Nets

    Spencer Dinwiddie came out and played hard on Friday with 24 opints (6-of-16 FGs, 8-of-8 FTs), one rebound, 13 assists, four triples and one steal but the Nets still wound up falling to the Hawks 118-141.

    The blowout loss was a tough pill for Dinwiddie and the Nets to swallow, however, regardless of what the end-game scores reflect, fantasy owners can count on Dinwiddie for some massive lines ROS as he quarterbacks the Nets to what hopefully should be another playoff appearance.

  • Nikola Vucevic
    C, Orlando Magic

    Nikola Vucevic had a nice line in Friday's win over the Wolves, going for 27 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in 34 minutes.

    This is a pretty customary line for Vuc, and his top-20 ranking is indicative of his fluid production on a nightly basis. He provides next to nothing in terms of defensive stats but is so thorough in every other department. He's even shooting nearly 80% from the stripe. Let him take you into the fantasy playoffs and beyond.

  • Garrett Temple
    SG, Brooklyn Nets

    Garrett Temple was the most productive Nets reserve on Friday, packing a punch with 16 points on 6-of-13 shooting, four 3s, five boards, three assists, two steals and two blocks in 30 minutes.

    Temple has been sneaky-good as of late, turning in top-50 value over the last week. We're talking ahead of some bigger names like Donovan Mitchell and LeBron James. Still, the smaller size of games might be deceiving, if you decide to go with that argument. However, the trend is definitely undeniable, making Temple worth owning in standard leagues while his hot streak is still cooking.

  • Cameron Johnson
    SF, Phoenix Suns

    Cameron Johnson (upper body) has returned to the floor Friday against the Pistons.

    He went down hard and had to make a trip to the locker room, but returned to the game before halftime. Johnson took the final heave before the buzzer and looks to be fine moving forward.

  • Markelle Fultz
    PG, Orlando Magic

    Markelle Fultz had 14 points, 7 assists, three rebounds and three turnovers in a victory over the Wolves on Friday.

    Fultz has slowed down considerably over the past two weeks but still ranks in the top-150 on the season overall. He definitely could be a drop in shallower leagues, especially if your fantasy playoffs are right around the corner. If you have a glaring need or are fighting for playoff position, Fultz would be a cut candidate.

  • Kevin Huerter
    SG, Atlanta Hawks

    Kevin Huerter (left adductor) managed to play well on Friday, logging 33 minutes and posting 15 point on 6-of-10 shooting with three treys, four boards, three assists and one block.

    Obviously, the biggest takeaway tonight is Huerter's minutes, showing that he's healthy enough to take on a full work load and that he's able to produce up to his par. Owners can confidently keep him locked into their active lineups.

  • Terrence Ross
    SG, Orlando Magic

    Terrence Ross had a big game on Friday evening vs. the Wolves, putting up 33 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals in 34 minutes of action.

    He was on fire tonight from beyond the arc, going a cool 7-for-15 from deep. Ross took a total of 25 shots tonight, which is even a lot for him. He's been averaging close to 30 minutes a night over the past two months and has provided top-125 value on the season on a per game basis. Ross is a usable asset almost everywhere.

  • Trae Young
    PG, Atlanta Hawks

    Trae Young dished out 14 dimes on Friday to go along with 22 points (6-of-18 FGs, 9-of-10 FTs), two rebounds, one triple and one steal in 31 minutes.

    In an odd stroke of irony, Young was the Hawks starter who hit the least number of treys in this game. However, it's a good sign that he was able to share the rock and get more of his teammates involved in the action, especially with him struggling to find his shot from the field. He's been shooting the ball better than this lately, so this little stumble should be erased by a good game soon enough.

  • Cam Reddish
    G-F, Atlanta Hawks

    Cam Reddish caught fire in a start on Friday, hitting 6-of-9 3-pointers (career-high) en route to a career-high 26 points on 9-of-14 shooting as the Hawks topped the Nets 141-118.

    Obviously, tonight's line was one of Reddish's best overall. The Hawks opted to go small vs. the Nets and he started over Bruno Fernando (nine points, nine rebounds, two steals). This could be a turning point for Reddish, who has struggled to get into a consistent flow of production throughout 2019-20. He's worth a speculative add right now.

  • JJ Redick
    SG, New Orleans Pelicans

    J.J. Redick (left hamstring strain) has been ruled out for the remainder of the game Friday vs. the Cavs.

    Once it was revealed Redick had suffered a hamstring strain, it was not surprising for him to miss the rest of this one. In addition, he could miss some time which is something the Pelicans and fantasy owners don't want to see with the playoffs on the line in both cases. The team has yet to indicate the severity to which Redick is injured just yet, but it should come sometime in the next 24 hours.

    Source: Pelicans PR on Twitter