Andre Drummond got into early foul trouble against the Pistons, but still managed to come up with 13 points, nine rebounds and two steals.
He didn't have a block, or a monster stat line, but things also could have been much worse. He also hit just 1-of-7 free throws, but that shouldn't shock anyone at this point.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope played just 14 minutes and hit 1-of-6 shots for two points and four fouls in Wednesday's loss to the Hornets.
KCP doesn't shoot it well on the road, was obviously in foul trouble, and probably wasn't feeling great due to a minor thigh injury. It also didn't help that Jodie Meeks got hot when KCP was out, and led the team in scoring with 15 points off the bench. KCP scored 18 in his previous game and had 26 on March 24 against the Raptors, so tonight's disaster was hopefully just a minor bump in the "road."
Reggie Jackson played through his illness again on Wednesday, but hit just 3-of-16 shots.
He still flirted with a triple-double with nine points, seven rebounds and eight assists, but may have done more harm than good to fantasy teams tonight. He wasn't feeling well on Tuesday, either, when he double-doubled. He lasted 29 minutes tonight and owners have to hope his stomach bug and nausea are no longer an issue going forward.
Anthony Tolliver started again on Wednesday and had 10 points, eight rebounds, four assists, a steal and two more 3-pointers on 4-of-8 shooting in 31 minutes.
Tolliver had his first double-double on Tuesday with 13 points, 10 rebounds and three 3-pointers, and has now drained 12 treys over his last five games. His numbers haven't been great while filling in for Greg Monroe, but his last two games have been promising. If you need 3-pointers, he's worth a look until Monroe comes back, which tentatively will be on April 8.
Kirk Hinrich has a left knee injury and is questionable to return on Wednesday.
It didn't look too bad and he was able to walk to the locker room under his own power. If he's out, Aaron Brooks and Mike Dunleavy would benefit. Hinrich can be left on the wire in all leagues.
Danny Green played just 15 minutes against the Magic on Wednesday during a 103-91 win with three points, two rebounds and one 3-pointer.
The Spurs had four players on their bench log more than 23 minutes while none of the starters were able to get that much playing time. Fantasy owners of the Spurs might want to be careful of setting high expectations in road games. They have one more road game in a back-to-back set on Apr. 7 in Oklahoma City.
Tim Duncan played just 12 minutes against the Magic on Wednesday with six points, three rebounds and one block.
Coach Gregg Popovich didn't rest his guys, but maybe he had a plan to cut back the minutes of his veterans. The Spurs are rising up the standings and nobody is going to want to play them in the first round. Duncan will be a little risky in road games the rest of the way.
Isaiah Canaan suffered a right ankle sprain against the Wizards on Wednesday and did not return.
The injury occurred late in the game, so it's unknown if this ankle sprain was severe. If he needs to miss time, the 76ers will likely have to revert back to using JaKarr Sampson as the backup point guard. Ish Smith is an extremely strong add in standard leagues now. Canaan finished with 18 points, three rebounds, six assists, two steals and four 3-pointers in 22 minutes.