Saturday's nine games featured many entertaining performances, but none will overshadow what happened in the last two minutes of the Warriors-Lakers game. It lasted more than 20 minutes due to reviews and clock issues and was borderline hilarious in the end.

Otherwise, it was a relatively normal nine-game series. There are seven games to wrap up the week on Sunday; Brooklyn and Washington will play the second night of a back-to-back. Games start at 1 p.m. ET, so get your lineup set early!

Jaxson Hayes - 1% rostered in Yahoo leagues

Anthony Davis left Saturday's game early after scratching his eye. Hayes started the second half in his place and finished with 7 points and 12 rebounds in 28 minutes. Hayes didn't take any shots in this game, but we know he has the athleticism to make shots when given minutes. If AD stays on the court on Monday against Atlanta, Hayes could be a good backup.

Georges Niang - 11

Niang shined recently with Dean Wade out of the lineup and that continued on Saturday. He recorded 14 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 three-pointers in 29 minutes against Houston. Niang has been in the top 150 for the last two weeks and Cleveland has four games next week.

Aaron Nesmith - 41

Nesmith has been excellent this season but has had a lull in production recently. However, in the last two weeks he has been among the top 25 players in 9-cat leagues and on Saturday he had a 16/4/3/2/2/2 line. Indiana has four games next week and Nesmith will start all of them.

Dalano Banton - 27

If you read my Waiver Wired column from two days ago, you probably think it's ironic that Banton is on this list. I specifically listed him as a "tired" player, which meant I could drop him. I was wrong. Banton should be on the roster as long as he starts the game, which should be the case as long as Scoot Henderson's minutes are being monitored. Banton scored 28 points on Saturday and Portland has four games next week.

Sometimes you don't need a new addition to give you a few valuable games. Sometimes you need someone to get you through Sunday and into the next round of the playoffs. That's what the next few guys are all about.

Duncan Robinson - 48

Robinson has been a consistent starter in Miami over the last few weeks and with Jimmy Butler doubtful to play on Sunday, Robinson can take on more responsibility on the offensive end. He can obviously give you an advantage from beyond the arc, but he can add a few more points on the other side of the board to help out.

Angels did nothing after Mike Trout requested free agent additions! Angels did nothing after Mike Trout requested free agent additions!

Tim Hardaway Jr. - 43

Like Robinson, THJ will give you points and a triple-double. With Luka Doncic and Dante Exum questionable, he might be asked to shoot more. It doesn't always work out well for him, but he can definitely warm up.

Payton Pritchard - 5%, Sam Hauser - 7

Derrick White is out, while Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown are questionable. Pritchard should start and Hauser has a chance to join him. Pritchard has shown the ability to contribute in all areas as a starter, while Hauser can really only be trusted with 3-pointers.

Bones Hyland - 10%

James Harden is doubtful to play on Sunday and Hyland has performed well at point guard in his last two games. If Harden is out, Bones will need points, assists and threes.