The Bucks knocked off the Heat in Milwaukee on Saturday, anchored by Larry Sanders' 16 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks.
The Heat were playing without Udonis Haslem, and Sanders seemed very comfortable matched up with Chris Bosh at center. He sank 8-of-11 FGs without a single turnover, and he's the reason Milwaukee is second in the NBA with 7.3 blocks per game. In nine-cat leagues, the rim-protector extraordinaire is the overall No. 7 player for the past month, despite playing just 28 minutes per game -- he's just ahead of Steph Curry and just behind Chris Paul. Re-read that sentence.