Jerryd Bayless kept up his solid play vs. the Pistons on Sunday, notching 15 points with four boards, four assists, one steal and zero turnovers in 37 minutes of action.
He hit 5-of-12 and one of his makes came from downtown, but his solid run as a starter may be nearing a conclusion with Avery Bradley (ankle) targeting a possible return Friday vs. the Suns. The Celts play four times this week, providing enough cushion for most fantasy owners to start Bayless and see what happens upon Bradley's return.
Andrew Bynum said that returning to action vs. the 76ers on Friday is "definitely a possibility."
Bynum said that he's "probably at 80 percent but good enough to go," and his status might be determined after he meets with coach Frank Vogel on Monday. There's no reason to pick him up in any leagues given his questionable health and the prospect of limited playing time and precautionary DNPs.
Alex Len started at center again on Sunday despite the return of Miles Plumlee (knee), but he had just three points and three rebounds in 15 minutes vs. the Warriors.
Len's stats as a starter have been underwhelming, at 6.0 points and 4.5 rebounds per game, but it seems Phoenix may continue to ride their rookie big man even as they chase a playoff spot in the competitive West. He blocked a shot tonight for the first time in March and doesn't belong on fantasy rosters outside of the absolute deepest leagues.