• Patrick McCaw
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Patrick McCaw is unlikely to return this postseason, though his condition is improving.

    It was reported around the start of the playoffs that McCaw might be able to return but the Warriors don't seem likely to throw him back into the mix during the final two rounds. While he might be healthy enough to be available, it'd be unfair to ask him to find his sea legs in that kind of environment. McCaw was having a down season before his scary fall but should be good to go for next season.

    Source: Anthony Slater on Twitter

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  • Jeff Teague
    PG, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jeff Teague was a sight for sore eyes on Wednesday, tying his season-high 32 points on 11-of-16 shooting with four rebounds, four triples, six assists, one steal and one block.

    This is a ceiling-level play coming from Teague, whose composure and maturity come into play and shine through from time to time, even off the bench. Thanks to night's like this, he's still a hold in standard leagues. Jarrett Culver was a minus-14 in the +/- column, delivering just four points, three rebounds and one assist in 21 minutes.

  • Cam Reddish
    G-F, Atlanta Hawks

    Cam Reddish finished Wednesday's game against the Bulls with 16 points, six boards, one assist, one block and three 3-pointers on 4-of-11 shooting.

    Reddish led the reserves in minutes and was able to add some scoring and rebounding on poor percentages. Reddish is a deep-league play until he is able to show more consistency. Alex Len also game off the bench for a team-high 17 points and five rebounds in this one.

  • Domantas Sabonis
    C, Indiana Pacers

    Domantas Sabonis compiled 15 points (5-for-11 shooting), 14 rebounds, eight assists and a steal in Wednesday's 122-117 win over the Celtics.

    The ride continues for Sabonis, who is a walking double-double these days. He has surpassed Myles Turner in the Pacers pecking order so far this year.

  • Malcolm Brogdon
    PG, Indiana Pacers

    Malcolm Brogdon chipped in 29 points (6-for-10 shooting, 15-for-15 free throws), eight assists, two rebounds, two triples and two steals in Wednesday's win over the Celtics.

    Brogdon isn't showing any ill effects from the sore right hand that forced him to miss time, as the 15 free throw attempts suggest he was as aggressive as ever.

  • Pascal Siakam
    PF, Toronto Raptors

    Pascal Siakam filled out the stat sheet in Wednesday's 112-92 loss to the Clippers, ending with 24 points, four rebounds, three assists, a steal and three blocks.

    Siakam has slowed down a bit, and has been closer to top-80 value over the last two weeks. On the season he is still top-30, so there's no reason to worry at this point. He has the talent to contribute across the board.

  • TJ Warren
    SF, Indiana Pacers

    T.J. Warren contributed 14 points (5-for-9 shooting), two triples, two assists, one rebound and one steal in Wednesday's win over the Celtics.

    It was a classic Warren line with efficient scoring and not much else. Continue to use him as a source of points for now, but have a backup plan ready for when Victor Oladipo returns.

  • Norman Powell
    SF, Toronto Raptors

    Norman Powell put up 22 points on Wednesday, rounding out the night with three boards, an assist, a steal and five turnovers.

    Powell saw 34 minutes in Fred VanVleet's absence and was able to contribute offensively. Only Pascal Siakam ended the game with more. A popular add a couple weeks ago, he is now sitting at tenth-round value on the season.

  • Myles Turner
    C, Indiana Pacers

    Myles Turner logged only 24 minutes on Wednesday, adding 11 points, four rebounds, two blocks and a triple.

    Another unexciting performance from Turner, who has struggled to find ways to be effective next to Sabonis. Be patient and hope that his talent wins out in the end.

  • Serge Ibaka
    PF, Toronto Raptors

    Serge Ibaka missed everything on Wednesday, ending with zero points, five boards, three assists and two blocks on 0-of-8 shooting.

    This was not a pretty one. Ibaka isn't an easy drop, but people wouldn't blame you if you pulled the trigger after this one. On the upside, if you need some blocks on your squad, he'll still help out even on his worst of nights.

  • Avery Bradley
    SG, Los Angeles Lakers

    Avery Bradley (right leg hairline fracture), who missed a month of action, returned to the hardwood on Wednesday and chipped two points (1-of-4 shooting) and two rebounds in 17 minutes.

    Bradley will be eased in slowly. He was the former starting SG and may retake that gig from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope down the road once he gets back closer to 100 percent.