Description: Nets PF/C Kevin Garnett (back spasms) will miss yet another game Sunday, according to Tim Bontemps of the New York Post.
Insight: It\'s his fifth straight game out of the lineup. Mason Plumlee has started in his place the last four games, but Andray Blatche has benefited more from Garnett\'s absence with averages of 24.5 minutes, 13.3 points, 6.3 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 1.8 steals and 1.0 blocks during the last four.
Description: Los Angeles PF/C Jordan Hill (knee) will not play Sunday, according to Mike Trudell of lakers.com.
Insight: Hill is dealing with knee soreness and will miss his fifth straight game. Ryan Kelly will start at power forward after delivering 24 points and 11 rebounds Friday night, while Wesley Johnson will move to small forward and Kent Bazemore to the bench.
Description: Colorado will have more information regarding center Paul Stastny (back) on Monday, according to Adrian Dater of the Denver Post.
Insight: Stastny (20 G, 27 A) played just 40 seconds against the Blues on Saturday before leaving with a back injury. He missed two games earlier this season with back spasms and could be dealing with a recurrence of them. In any case, Stastny is questionable for Monday\'s game against the Jets.
Description: Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist shut out the Red Wings Sunday in a 3-0 win.
Insight: Johan Franzen and Gustav Nyquist have been doing an admirable job keeping Detroit\'s offense afloat with Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk injured, but Lundqvist shut them down. He had a 3.77 GAA and an .872 SV% in his first four starts of March after posting a 1.91 GAA and a .937 SV% in January and February.
Description: Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp (ankle) said he still needs to strengthen his legs but his ankle was fine after getting seven at-bats in a minor league game Sunday, according to Ken Gurnick of mlb.com.
Insight: Kemp is not expected to be ready for the Dodgers\' season-opening series in Australia, but he may be back soon thereafter. He has missed 145 games the last two seasons due to hamstring, shoulder and ankle injuries and hit a paltry .270 with six homers and a .723 OPS over 73 games in 2013. He\'s a typical high-risk, high-reward option.
Description: The Braves are calling Kris Medlen\'s injury a forearm strain, according to David O\'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Medlen left Sunday\'s spring training start with the injury. He\'ll still need an MRI to determine the extent of his injury.
Insight: Medlen grabbed his elbow after throwing his next-to-last pitch, then hopped off the mound toward the dugout immediately after the next one. He\'s not out of the woods yet, as forearm soreness can sometimes be indicative of a problem with the elbow. Medlen already has one Tommy John surgery under his belt, which came back in August 2010.
Description: Saints backup running back Khiry Robinson figures to be a big contributor next season after the team sent Darren Sproles packing and is expected to do the same with veteran Pierre Thomas.
Insight: They will be taking a huge gamble on an unproven talent (Robinson) and a frequently injured former first-round selection (Mark Ingram), but money issues in New Orleans seem to be determining these moves.