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Fantasy AnalysisTennessee Tech went 5-5 in Jugovic's absence. He could play more minutes on Saturday against Jacksonville State and be a factor in the OVC tournament. He is averaging 13.3 points with 3.5 assists.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 6-3 junior had scored a combined 45 points in his previous two games. His previous high score was 24 points, but he smashed that as the Tigers lost for the second straight game. Gallinat is averaging 14.7 points.
Fantasy AnalysisJoseph has been productive in overtime games. He had 33 points in an overtime loss to Cal State Fullerton on Jan. 6. He helped Cal Poly snap a four-game losing streak and is now averaging 14.7 points.
Fantasy AnalysisThe Dolphins had not had a triple-double since 1994. The 6-4 senior is averaging 12.8 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 5.3 assists. Jacksonville clinched third place in the Atlantic Sun and a first round bye in next week's conference tournament.
Fantasy AnalysisThe 6-9 junior only had more than eight rebounds twice prior to Thursday. He played a season-high 32 minutes, but the Skyhawks dropped their fourth game in a row. If he becomes a starter as a senior, Parker could be a center to watch.
Fantasy AnalysisHicks helped Morehead State snap an eight-game losing streak. The 6-0 junior scored in double digits for the fifth time in six games and helped sweep the Skyhawks. He is averaging 10.8 points and 4.2 assists.
Fantasy AnalysisNunn scored at least 30 points for the tenth time this season and first since Jan. 26. With Martez Walker (foot) out, the Illinois transfer has been the clear go-to player for the Golden Grizzlies, although his shot attempts have not increased. He is second in the nation at 26.0 points.
Fantasy AnalysisThe Marquette transfer has been scoring well of late and finally lifted the Phoenix to a win after four straight losses. In his last four games, the 6-6 junior has averaged 25.0 points on 52.5 percent from the field. He out-dueled Kendrick Nunn (39 points) to sweep the Golden Grizzlies.
Fantasy AnalysisHollins apparently sprained his left ankle during Tuesday's practice and wasn't nearly at full strength during Thursday's tilt. The freshman forward came off the bench and played five minutes in the first half before sitting out the remainder of the game. Hollins won't have much time to rest his ailing ankle as Oregon State is scheduled to take on Arizona State on Saturday night. He should be considered questionable heading into that contest.
Fantasy AnalysisMartin went back to the locker room with five minutes left in the first half and returned to the bench after halftime in a walking boot and sweats. Before he was sidelined, Martin recorded nine points, one rebound and an assist in 14 minutes. Look for more updates on Martin's status to come in the next few days. For now, Kareem Brewton and Malik Rhodes will likely see more minutes at point guard.
Fantasy AnalysisThe injury remains unknown but look for more updates to come in the next couple of days with Saturday's showdown against Washington looming. Hamilton has averaged 14.6 minutes per game this season, so look for Justice Sueing to see an uptick in action as a result Thursday night.
Fantasy AnalysisNaar suffered an ankle injury against Portland on Saturday but wasn't expected to miss any time due to the injury. However, he could see his minutes monitored Thursday night, in which case look for Jordan Ford and Cullen Neal to potentially see an uptick in minutes.
Fantasy AnalysisDrexel trailed 56-29 at the half before exploding for 56 points of its own to take down the Blue Hens. Isabell continues to be a force for the Dragons, averaging 20.8 points to go with 7.3 rebounds and 3.4 assists.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter being considered a game-time decision heading into Thursday, Van Vliet served as a key scoring presence from the outside to help secure the road victory. Van Vliet hadn't scored in double figures since the beginning of the season when he was a fixture in the starting rotation. With Thursday's strong performance, Van Vliet certainly has a case for a bigger role heading into Sunday's regular-season finale against Michigan State.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter a four-game absence, Finke got back in the fold in a limited fashion against the Boilermakers. The big man had started 25 games prior to Thursday, so he could get back in the starting rotation for Sunday's Big Ten finale against Rutgers if he responds well to his first game action in two weeks.