Love scored a team-high 20 points (8-21 FG, 4-11 3Pt) while adding 19 rebounds, three assists and a block in 32 minutes during Sunday's 127-105 loss to the Bucks.
The 19 boards tied his season high, and Love now has eight double-doubles in 15 games since returning to the lineup in early February. The 30-year-old has one year remaining on his current contract, so he's essentially playing for potential offseason suitors -- although the fact that he hasn't played more than 60 games in any of the last three seasons could temper any interest in the five-time All-Star.
Poeltl totaled six points, 10 rebounds, and two blocks in 25 minutes during Sunday's 115-96 victory over Boston.
Poeltl finished with 10 boards and two blocks in 25 minutes Sunday, his highest amount of playing time in his last three games. Poeltl has the ability to make a difference in the blocks category but is more of a situational player in both fantasy and reality. The minutes are hard to predict and so he is a risky streaming option across most competitive formats.
Motte left Sunday's game versus Columbus with what the team is calling an "upper-body injury".
Motte logged just 3:52 of ice time before being forced to depart due to injury. Look for an update on the fourth-line winger's status to come following Sunday's game. Failing that, the team likely will provide more details Monday, well before Vancouver's next game, coming Tuesday against Anaheim.
DeRozan ended with 16 points (8-18 FG), 11 assists, and two blocks in 36 minutes during Sunday's 115-96 victory over Boston.
DeRozan took a backseat the to LaMarcus Aldridge show Sunday, ending with 16 points to go with 11 assists. The playing time was still there despite the game being a blowout, as both he and Aldrige surpassed 35 minutes. DeRozan has been a great fit for the Spurs this season and they are certainly exceeding the expectations of many. They are certainly a good chance of squeezing into the top four but will need to continue winning games to do so.
Aldridge finished with 48 points (20-31 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 7-8 FT), 13 rebounds, and six assists in 37 minutes during Sunday's 115-96 victory over the Celtics.
Aldridge dominated from the outset Sunday, laying waste to the Celtics with 48 points on 20-of-31 shooting. He took full advantage of the fact Al Horford (knee) was sidelined, basically scoring at will in the comfortable victory. It was another big win for the Spurs as they make an unlikely charge towards a top-four seed. Aldridge has been fantastic all season and all signs would point to him playing the majority of games down the stretch.