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1) If Anthony Davis sits, Alexis Ajinca could make for a nice cheap selection. Indiana likes to go big so he would get another opportunity alongside Omer Asik again. One just has to hope he doesn't get whistled too quickly for too many personal fouls.
2) Some other big names are likely to miss action on Wednesday including Blake Griffin, Tyson Chandler and Dwyane Wade. Be sure to consider their backups and anyone else who should see additional playing time due to a teammate's injury.
3) Golden State and Minnesota square off, two teams that sit in the top 8 in pace. As witnessed by Tuesday's 127-118 final between Houston and Phoenix, quick shooting teams can tally up some impressive statistics. Also, with the Wolves having won 3 of 4 (including knocking off the Grizzlies), expect the Warriors to have to give their key rotation players plenty of minutes.