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Fantasy AnalysisThe Canisius transfer had not scored more than 23 points this season and had averaged 7.3 points in his three previous games. The 6-3 junior is converting just 36.5 percent from the field and 30.9 percent of his 3-pointers. He helped the Minutemen snap a three-game losing streak and win their fourth game in the A10.
Fantasy AnalysisDotson clearly has the green light to take 3-pointers whenever he wants and the 6-5 senior has attempted 216 3-pointers. He has hit 45.3 percent of his long-range shots and is averaging 18.0 points and a team-high 7.1 rebounds.
Fantasy AnalysisJordan returned from a four-game suspension on Feb. 17 and has revved up the Rider offense. In the team's three-game winning streak, Rider has averaged 98.3 points and Jordan has provided 13.0 points and 9.0 assists. He has three double-doubles, but he had not had one since Jan. 17.
Fantasy AnalysisThe Raiders snapped a two-game losing streak with a 38-point win. Alstork had his third double-double and first since Jan. 5. In his last three games, the 6-5 junior has averaged 22.0 points.
Fantasy AnalysisMartin is resurgent. After being relegated to a bench role, the 6-7 junior has found his way to 47 points in his last two games. The Bulldogs have won their last four games, and Martin has averaged 20.0 points on 56.5 percent from the field and 50.0 percent on 3-pointers with 8.0 rebounds. The Bulldogs end the regular season on Saturday against Seton Hall. Martin had 10 points and 11 rebounds in the win over Seton Hall on Jan. 25.
Fantasy AnalysisGoodin scored in double digits for the first time since Feb. 4. The freshman had only scored 12 points in his three previous games. He has accrued at least four fouls in five of his last six games. The upside is that Goodin is able to run the Musketeer offense and has 23 assists in his last three games.
Fantasy AnalysisBernard received extra playing time with J.P. Macura and Quentin Goodin in foul trouble. He had only scored two points in his two previous games and the Florida A&M transfer had not scored in double digits in his 10 previous games. The Musketeers lost for the fifth time in a row and will have an opportunity to snap the streak on Wednesday against Marquette.
Fantasy AnalysisPeter being diagnosed with a stress fracture at least puts a label on the injury, and Valparaiso is certainly hoping that Peters will be available for the Horizon tournament, as he's averaging 23.0 points and 10.1 rebounds per game. Look for an update on Wednesday regarding his status for the weekend's games.
Fantasy AnalysisWilliams returned from a three-game absence, and although he went 0-for-4 from the field, the senior still found a way to leave his mark on the box score. The 6-8 forward should now be cleared to return to his regular role, which typically involves 10-15 reserve minutes per outing.
Fantasy AnalysisHawkins potentially benefited the most from the absence of De'Aaron Fox (knee), as the senior averages just 18.3 MPG on the season. On a team loaded with young talent, Hawkins provides a needed experience factor, which should help him get consistent minutes in postseason play. He's not known much for his shooting prowess (just 26.8 percent from deep), but Hawkins can fill the box score with production in several other areas.
Fantasy AnalysisBriscoe continues to be an effective all-around player for the Wildcats, and his contributions were needed even more Saturday in the absence of De'Aaron Fox (knee). Though the team only amassed 13 total assists without their starting point guard, they made up for it on the glass, out-rebounding the Gators by a total of 48-30. Briscoe and center Edrice Adebayo were a major part of that, combining for 23 total boards. Though Briscoe missed practice time this week due to an ankle ailment, the sophomore looks good to go moving forward.
Fantasy AnalysisBibbs suffered what looked to be a leg injury late in Tuesday's matchup with Clemson, but it didn't appear to limit the junior much Saturday. With 27 minutes on the court, Bibbs nearly reached his season average of 30.3 MPG, and his four three-pointers made nearly doubled his season average in that category. The Hokies are looking like a safe bet for the tournament, and Bibbs will look to help them solidify that position Monday against Miami.
Fantasy AnalysisBarry was able to increase his workload Saturday, but still checked in a few minutes below his 21.7 MPG average. He attempted five field goals and was only able to convert one, a three-pointer, but that's been his only points over the last two games. Although it seems clear Barry isn't at 100 percent, look for the senior to continue playing through the ailment when the Gators host Arkansas on Wednesday.
Fantasy AnalysisComing off of a two-point game a few days earlier, this was exactly the performance that Forte needed to get back on track. Averaging 13.4 points per game this season, his biggest asset is his ability to nail shots from behind the arc. Forte is leading his team in threes made, and after Saturday's win, he's now hit 77 3-pointers on the season. The Cowboys will travel to Iowa State on Tuesday.
Fantasy AnalysisHill has had a few low-scoring games this season, however for the most part he's been a very consistent player. Averaging 12.4 points and 30.1 minutes per game, he's scored double-digit points in all but eight games this season. On the year he's been shooting 45.9 percent from the field, but lately he's been much better, as over his last four games he's drained 19 baskets out of 28 attempts.