• Tomas Satoransky - G/F - Washington Wizards

    Tomas Satoransky wasn't great on Wednesday night but still came away with seven points, 10 assists and a 3-pointer in 31 minutes against the Nets.

    Satoransky doesn't get a ton of love because he's not much of a scorer, but he's cruising along with easy middle-round value. He's a nice option for assists that won't hurt your field goal percentage (.497 this year), so don't sweat the occasional quiet night.

Fantasy News

  • Marvin Bagley III - F - Sacramento Kings

    Marvin Bagley had a big game in Sunday's loss to the Lakers, scoring 25 points (10-of-19 FG) to go with 11 rebounds, a steal, a block and two 3-pointers.

    Bagley logged 36 minutes tonight, falling two short of a career-high while forcing Willie-Cauley Stein and Nemanja Bjelica into observer roles for most of the night. Keep him locked into lineups as he should continue to feast even with the Kings bowing out of the playoff race. The 3-of-8 from the line tonight hurts, but everything else looks to be coming together quite nicely.

  • Bogdan Bogdanovic - G - Sacramento Kings

    Bogdan Bogdanovic had his highest scoring game of the month on Sunday night with 17 points, four assists, a steal, a block and three 3-pointers in 30 minutes against the Lakers.

    Bogdanovic scored 28 points on February 27 but prior to that, his last game with 17 or more points was on February 13 — the last one before the All-Star break. He's really hit the brakes over the last couple of months but tonight's work is far more indicative of what we expect to see from Bogdanovic. Hopefully he can get back on track to end the season.

  • Buddy Hield - G - Sacramento Kings

    Buddy Hield finished Sunday's loss to the Lakers with 18 points, six rebounds, three assists and five 3-pointers on 6-of-21 from the field.

    A big chunk of Hield's fantasy value comes from his ability to shoot efficiently (.462 on the season), at least relative to most of his positional peers, but he just didn't have it tonight. The Kings' playoff hopes took a major blow in this one and they might opt to give him a night off once they're officially eliminated given the immense role he's played all season, but until that happens Hield is a set-and-forget player.

  • Harrison Barnes - F - Sacramento Kings

    Harrison Barnes was quiet on Sunday, going 3-of-7 from the field for 10 points with four assists and two triples.

    This is what happens when a volume scorer doesn't get any volume. It's surprising that he didn't get more looks with Sacramento's backcourt having a terrible night from the field but Barnes had been a pretty reliable scorer up to this point with double digits in every game in March and 15 or more points in all but one game prior to this one. Keep him in lineups if you need help in that department.

  • Willie Cauley-Stein - C - Sacramento Kings

    Willie Cauley-Stein played 17 minutes on Sunday night, posting 10 points, nine rebounds, two steals and a block.

    Cauley-Stein had a monster game on Thursday but ended up playing 35 total minutes over two weekend games, and he's going to be a low-end big man to roll with while Marvin Bagley is healthy. There's upside here but we don't see WCS getting enough playing time to hit it.

  • Nemanja Bjelica - F - Sacramento Kings

    Nemanja Bjelica finished Sunday's loss to the Lakers with eight points (4-of-6 shooting), six rebounds, two assists and a steal in 20 minutes of action.

    That note we had from Saturday about Bjelica being prone to some duds despite a handy stat set? Here you go. The Kings have four games next week so he'll be right on the lineup borderline for most owners. The bet is that four games, including a quiet performance like this, might still be better than three games from another option. Good luck.

  • Scott Machado - G - Los Angeles Lakers

    Scott Machado made his Lakers debut on Sunday night, registering no stats in two minutes of action.

    Machado appeared in six games with the Rockets way back in 2012-13 and is on a 10-day deal. It's pretty remarkable that he's made it back to the league but there's nothing here for fantasy purposes.

  • Stephen Curry - G - Golden State Warriors

    Stephen Curry led the charge in Sunday's 121-114 win over the Pistons, going 9-of-19 from the field for 26 points with nine rebounds, three assists, a steal and five triples.

    The Warriors tend to go as Curry goes, and despite all the world-class talent around him he's still the engine that makes this team run. Four out of five games this week is still a win for fantasy owners, and Curry should be locked and loaded into all lineups as the Dubs will look to hit their stride before the postseason begins.

  • Klay Thompson - G - Golden State Warriors

    Klay Thompson hit 10-of-17 shots on Sunday night to score 24 points with three triples against the Pistons.

    Thompson's eight-point stinker against the Mavs on Saturday leaves him with a week-long box score that resembles a typical four-gamer, but he did play all five games that the Dubs had this week. That was highly improbable and even with the dud fantasy owners should be happy with the totality of his work. There will be nights off before the season ends but fantasy owners got Klay at 100 percent for a fantasy playoff matchup.

  • Draymond Green - F - Golden State Warriors

    Draymond Green put up 14 points, five rebounds, eight assists and a 3-pointer in Sunday's win over the Pistons.

    Green didn't grab any defensive stats and now has just one steal and no blocks over his previous three games, but fantasy owners can't possibly complain since he stunningly played in all five games this past week, including two back-to-back sets. We'd expect some rest days to be on the horizon, but this week counts as a win despite some quieter lines in his last three.