The 18 points were a season high for Dellavedova, and 12 of them came in the fourth quarter as the Bucks pulled away after coughing up a big lead in the third. While his scoring hasn't really improved much overall in Milwaukee, his distribution numbers certainly have -- he's averaging 6.2 assists a game, which would be a new career high if he can maintain that pace.
It's the fourth time this season that Bogdanovic has scored 20 or more points, and his secure spot in the starting lineup has resulted in a career-best scoring average so far for the 27-year-old even without a big increase in minutes from last season.
Barton carried a probable designation into Saturday's game, and he will be able to take the floor and start as expected. Barton tallied 17 points, seven rebounds, and five assists over 33 minutes in Friday night's loss to the Rockets.
Ellington will move into the starting line in place of Luke Babbitt, who is sidelined with a hip injury. Ellington has played well since making his season debut Nov. 28, averaging 16.0 points in 30.7 minutes over three games.
Calderon was only able to play eight minutes before being forced from Saturday's contest. The extent of his setback is not yet known, but with fellow point guard D'Angelo Russell (knee) also out, Marcelo Huertas and Jordan Clarkson would be the top options to handle the point guard duties for the Lakers.
Hood sat out Utah's last game Thursday due to the injury he suffered in the previous contest, but he will be able to return to his regular shooting guard spot Saturday night. Hood will look to pick up where he left off Tuesday after scoring 19 points in 20 minutes before leaving the game.
Canaan was a candidate to start Saturday with Dwyane Wade being held out to rest, but it will be Nikola Mirotic who enters the lineup in Wade's place. Canaan still figures to see plenty of run Saturday, having played at least 24 minutes in seven of his last nine games.
Harris has been slowly working his way back into rotational minutes for Dallas, playing 11 minutes on Wednesday in his season-debut. Once he becomes a regular for the Mavericks, he could become an fantasy option, but is limited until that point.
Rush continues to be bothered by a sore toe and will miss his third game in a row Saturday. It's not clear how long he will be sidelined, but his next chance to take the floor will be Tuesday against the Spurs.
Head coach Larry Brown chose to go with Stauskas in place of the injured Robert Covington (knee) because of the matchup problem he presents with his perimeter shooting against the Celtics. He should see added minutes for at least one night, but it remains to be seen if he will continue starting.