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Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry continued his elite play on Monday when he recorded 37 points to complete the series' sweep over the Trail Blazers. Curry did not stop there as he recorded a triple-double with 13 rebounds and added 11 assists while drilling seven triples. Curry stepped up in this series with Kevin Durant (calf) out as he averaged 36.5 points, 8.3 rebounds and 7.3 assists across the four games. The Warriors now have nine days off before the 2019 NBA finals begin so we can expect a fresh Curry to be ready for Game 1.
Golden State Warriors shooting guard/small forward Klay Thompson connected on just 7-for-21 shooting from the floor en route to 17 points in the two-point win over Portland on Monday. Thompson also grabbed six boards with two assists and a steal with a block. Thompson did not have the best offensive series against the Blazers where he shot just 37.9% from the floor, yet still managed to average 21.5 points across the four games. The Warriors will need Thompson to find his form in the Finals in order to have better odds at winning another title.
Golden State Warriors power forward/center Kevon Looney provided a big double-double in the Game 4 clinching win on Monday over the Trail Blazers. Looney scored 12 points and grabbed 14 boards with a steal and a block across 29 minutes. Looney has played 20-plus minutes in his last seven games and depending on the situations of players Kevin Durant (calf), DeMarcus Cousins (quad) and Andre Iguodala (calf) for Game 1 of the Finals, this will have a major influence on Looney and his minutes for when the series begins.
Golden State Warriors power forward/center Draymond Green continued his postseason resurgence on Monday when he posted another triple-double in the overtime win in Game 4. Green did it all once again as he scored 18 points while grabbing 14 boards with 11 assists and three steals with two blocks across 43 minutes. Green, along with teammate Stephen Curry became the first teammates to record triple-doubles in a postseason game. Green has been an absolute beast, but his value may take a slight hit when some of the Warriors' injured players return for the Finals, so stay tuned for updates to see where Green's value will be for Game 1.
Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard poured in 28 points and added 12 assists but it was not enough in the 119-117 overtime loss to the Warriors to end the series in four games. Lillard connected on 11 of 24 shooting and added four rebounds to probably his best game of the series. Lillard struggled throughout the series after separating his ribs in Game 2 as he just did not look himself much of the series. Either way, we know Lillard will come back hungrier than ever next season and again will be a late first-round pick across all formats for next season's drafts.
Portland Trail Blazers shooting guard/small forward Rodney Hood was non-factor in the Game 4 loss on Monday to the Warriors. Hood scored just seven points on 3-for-11 shooting from the floor and added just two rebounds with two assists with two steals across 40 minutes of action. After showing some serious promise earlier in the postseason and averaging 14.5 points int he series' first two games, Hood disappeared in Game 3 and 4 when he averaged just 5.0 points. Hood is a free agent and will garner some attention for his postseason success and depending on where he lands, he should have some late-round value for 2019-20.
Portland Trail Blazers power forward/center Meyers Leonard dropped 25 of his 30 points in the opening quarter of the Game 4 series-ending loss to the Warriors on Monday. Leonard nailed 12 of 16 from the floor and made five triples with 12 rebounds and three assists with a block and a steal. The move to put Leonard in the starting unit proved to be a positive one with him averaging 23.0 points and 7.5 rebounds in the series' final two games. With Enes Kanter to be hitting free agency and Jusuf Nurkic (leg) out for the foreseeable future, Leonard could is a solid look at late-round value for next season.
Toronto Raptors shooting guard/small forward Kawhi Leonard connected on 11-for-25 shooting from the floor and 12 of 13 at the line to score a game-high 36 points in the six-point double-overtime win over the Bucks. Leonard provided a full line with nine boards and five assists while picking up two steals and a block in 52 minutes on Sunday. Leonard once again played the role of hero as he made some big baskets down the stretch, but looked to be favoring his right leg at points in the second half and overtime after looking like he landed awkwardly after a dunk. We can assume he will be okay but stay tuned for any updates in regards to the Raptors' superstar.
Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam bounced back in Game 3 when he provided 25 points and played a heavy 51 minutes in the double-overtime thriller on Sunday. Siakam was much more aggressive on offense as he nailed nine of 18 shots with two makes from three and added 11 rebounds with three steals for his big line. He looked to finally figure out the Bucks defense and also played spectacular defense on Giannis Antetokounmpo helping hold the superstar to just 12 points. The question is now, can Siakam carry over this performance into the Game 4 on Tuesday?
Toronto Raptors center Marc Gasol came out firing on Sunday when he scored eight of his 16 points in the game's first six minutes in the six-point double-overtime victory over the Bucks. Gasol did it all as he added 12 rebounds with seven assists and made his presence felt on the defensive end with five blocks. Serge Ibaka played just 14 minutes and the thought of bringing Gasol off the bench for Game 3 is purely an afterthought now after this strong game. We can hope his confidence carries over to Game 4 on Tuesday making him still the better play over Brook Lopez.
Toronto Raptors shooting guard Norman Powell provided a huge lift in the Game 3 double-overtime win over the Bucks on Sunday in Toronto. Powell scored 10 of his 19 points in the first quarter and added four rebounds with three assists and a steal before fouling out. He stepped up with many of the Raptors' supporting cast having an off night and we can assume his confidence will stay sky high in Game 4 making him a solid look in DFS while he is hot.
Milwaukee Bucks guard/forward Giannis Antetokounmpo struggled on the offensive end as he tallied just 12 points on 5-for-16 shooting and committed eight turnovers in the loss the Raptors on Sunday. Antetokounmpo did still manage to leave his footprint on the box score as he grabbed 23 rebounds with seven assists and swatted four shots and was a starter's best plus-3 before fouling out in the second overtime with just over four minutes remaining. We know the Greek Freak will come out more aggressive in Game 4 with the Bucks expected to make some adjustments for their superstar on the offensive end to get him better looks.
Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard/small forward Khris Middleton scored just nine points on a dismal 3-for-16 shooting in the double-overtime loss to the Raptors on Sunday. Middleton made just 1-for-6 from three and added nine boards with three assists and a steal in his 44 minutes. Middleton is averaging just 10.7 points across the series' first three games, but his value has been on the defensive end where he is somewhat containing Kawhi Leonard. Middleton is due for a big game in this series and we may just see it in the crucial Game 4 in Toronto on Tuesday.
Milwaukee Bucks center Brook Lopez returned to form on Sunday when he nailed five of 10 shots to score 16 points, but it was not enough in the six-point loss to the Raptors on Sunday. Lopez did not add any blocks but grabbed six rebounds and added two steals as he kept the defense honest making three of seven from three across 40 minutes. Lopez bounced back after a disappointing Game 2 when he scored just six points on 1-for-7 shooting, but was a team-worst minus-16 in this one as he had a hard time keeping up with Marc Gasol who won this battle this time.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe made just three of 16 shot attempts en route to just 11 points in the 118-112 double-overtime Game 3 loss at the hands of the Raptors on Sunday. Bledsoe was a non-factor much of the night, but still managed to add five assists with four rebounds and three steals, yet turned the ball over five times across 34 minutes. The Bucks went with a George Hill and Malcolm Brogdon backcourt in much of the overtime periods as Bledsoe's rough series' production continued. Bledsoe has made just nine of 38 shots thus far this series and is tough to rely on in DFS at the moment.
Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala (calf) is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Sunday. He played just 18 minutes during Game 3 on Saturday due to left calf tightness. This seems to be a lingering issue with Iggy and this could be troublesome for the Warriors. Kevin Durant (calf) is out and Iggy looks like he could be missing some time as well. The Warriors are running out of depth quickly, but we'll wait and see what the MRI results are before jumping to conclusions.
Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard (ribs) is apparently playing through an injury that he suffered in Game 2 versus the Golden State Warriors. Lillard reportedly suffered separated ribs in the second game of this series, but has no plans to sit out. Lillard has been slumping, and the Blazers need him to step it up to avoid being swept by the Warriors.
Milwaukee Bucks guard/forward Giannis Antetokounmpo provided another monster line in the easy 22-point Game 2 win over the Raptors. Antetokounmpo scored 30 points and added 17 rebounds with five assists and a steal with two blocks in 35 minutes of action. The Bucks offense was on point tonight with six players scoring in double digits, and this led to the Greek Freak needing to play just 35 minutes, which will be a positive for Game 3 on Sunday. He is playing at a superstar level at the moment and the Raptors look to have zero answers for him, making him someone that needs to be on everyone's lineups for Game 3.
Milwaukee Bucks center Brook Lopez cooled off in Game 2 on Friday when he scored just six points with four rebounds in the 22-point win. Marc Gasol struggled on the offensive end in this one, but he made sure that Lopez did not have come close to his heroic Game 1 playoff career-high 29 points. Lopez, overall, has been struggling throughout this postseason and did score just 27 points in the entire series with the Celtics. We can only assume Gasol will come out more confident in Game 3 after back-to-back duds, making him the possible better play in the middle for that one.
Milwaukee Bucks forward Nikola Mirotic scored 11 of his 15 points in the opening period to help secure the 22-point Game 2 win over the Toronto Raptors. Mirotic nailed half of his 10 shots from the floor and added six rebounds across 23 minutes of action. Mirotic once again started with Malcolm Brogdon still coming off the bench and Mirotic is averaging 14.0 points and 6.0 rebounds across the series first two games. Mirotic has been pretty consistent this postseason and we can assume the Bucks will stick with him in the starting unit as it has proved successful in the win column for Milwaukee this postseason.
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