NBA Player News
|4/15/2015||Archie Goodwin, G|
|Goodwin had a season high with 18 points Tuesday.
Analysis: Goodwin played for coach John Calipari at the University of Kentucky and has some ability.
|4/15/2015||Austin Rivers, G|
|Rivers did not play Tuesday due to a sinus infection.
Analysis: Rivers should be fine for the postseason.
|4/15/2015||Marcus Morris, F|
|Morris missed Tuesday's game with a stomach virus.
Analysis: It probably was a sour taste to the end of the season for Morris, who is also being investigated on allegations that he beat up a former mentor with his twin brother that could haunt them both in the offseason.
|4/15/2015||Paul Millsap, F-C|
|Millsap is in the lineup for the Hawks' regular-season finale against the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night.
Analysis: Millsap, averaging 16.8 points, is back after missing five games because of a sprained right shoulder. He practiced Tuesday.
|4/15/2015||Taj Gibson, F-C|
|Gibson left the Bulls' regular-season finale against the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night because of a strained left shoulder.
Analysis: Gibson's status is in question.
|4/15/2015||Michael Beasley, F|
|Beasley just missed a triple-double Wednesday.
Analysis: Beasley had 34 points, 11 boards and eight assists as he played all 48 minutes in a tremendous display of fortitude.
|4/15/2015||James Ennis, G-F|
|Ennis posted his first double-double Wednesday.
Analysis: Ennis had 17 points, 12 boards and six assists as he played all 48 minutes in a tremendous display of fortitude.
|4/15/2015||Zoran Dragic, SG|
|Dragic enjoyed the best game of his life Wednesday.
Analysis: Dragic had a career-high 22 points with brother Goran cheering him on. He had six points in his career before this explosion.
|4/15/2015||Kyle Lowry, PG|
|Lowry scored 26 points and the Toronto Raptors wrapped up the regular season with their franchise record 49th victory, beating the Charlotte Hornets 92-87 on Wednesday night.
Analysis: Lowry went 1 for 13 from 3-point range in his first two contests after missing seven straight games with back spasms. After going 2 of 4 on Tuesday night in a loss at Boston, he was 6 of 9 against Charlotte.
|4/15/2015||Troy Daniels, PG|
|Daniels scored 24 points on Wednesday night.
Analysis: Daniels made six 3-pointers to match his career-best from last season's finale.
|4/15/2015||Kevin Martin, G-F|
|Martin poured in 29 points in Wednesday's fantasy finale.
Analysis: Martin averaged 20.0 points in an injury-plagued season.
|4/15/2015||Zach LaVine, PG|
|LaVine notched 19 points and 13 assists in Wednesday's fantasy finale.
Analysis: LaVine recorded double digits in assists for the fourth time and proved that he can dish the rock and be a fantasy factor.
|4/15/2015||Russell Westbrook, PG|
|Westbrook went out with a bang with 37 points as the Thunder were eliminated Wednesday night, winning the scoring title with a 28.1 average.
Analysis: Westbrook has been a one-man wrecking crew for most of the season for the short-handed Thunder, and he laid siege to the hapless Timberwolves with a breathtaking first quarter. He hit 7 of 8 shots, both 3-pointers, and 7 of 8 free throws for 23 points to completely overwhelm a Timberwolves team that dressed nine players. He had 34 by halftime before he realized the Thunder's dreams were being dashed and watched the entire fourth quarter from the bench.
|4/15/2015||Andrew Wiggins, G-F|
|Wiggins had 23 points and six rebounds Wednesday night.
Analysis: Wiggins averaged 16.9 points to lead all rookies in a spectacular season for the future stud. Wiggins also said he will play for the Canadian national team during Olympic qualifying this summer so watch for him there.
|4/15/2015||Enes Kanter, C|
|Kanter ended his fantasy season in strong fashion Wednesday night.
Analysis: Kanter had 25 points and 15 rebounds for his 31st double-double.
|4/15/2015||Dion Waiters, G-F|
|Waiters ended his fantasy season in strong fashion Wednesday night.
Analysis: Waiters tied a career high with 33 points, though he is considered an NBA bust by most observers.
|4/15/2015||Anthony Davis, F-C|
|Davis had 31 points and 13 rebounds and the New Orleans Pelicans earned their first playoff berth since 2011 with a 108-103 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night.
Analysis: Davis will make his playoff debut against Golden State next weekend, though his career-worst six turnovers hurt fantasy owners.
|4/15/2015||Tyreke Evans, G|
|Evans had 19 points and 11 assists on Wednesday night.
Analysis: Evans has a tough matchup in the postseason with MVP candidate Stephen Curry so he could have his hands full.
|4/15/2015||Tony Parker, PG|
|Parker had 23 points and six assists Wednesday night.
Analysis: Parker may be past his fantasy prime with averages of 14.2 points and 4.9 assists.
|4/15/2015||Boris Diaw, F-C|
|Diaw had 20 points Wednesday night.
Analysis: Diaw had scored at least 20 just once all season.
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