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6/4:Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James nearly converted a triple-double in the Game 2 loss to the Golden State Warriors. James finished with a team-high 29 points on 20 shots to go along with 13 assists and nine rebounds on the night. James was excellent as usual setting up his teammates for easy buckets throughout this one hoping to get his teammates more involved offensively. With the series shifting to Cleveland for Game 3 where the Cavaliers are 8-1, we can expect more incredible output from the superstar and he should be added in all lineups.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Cleveland Cavalier center Tristan Thompson provided some excellent minutes (23) but his club still came out on the losing end in Game 2. Thompson connected on 5-for-8 from the floor for 11 points while grabbing five rebounds and was a Cavs starters best minus-1 on the night. Thompson made some great slips to the basket off of screens for some easy makes but the Cavs will need even more out of their big man in Game 3 as the series shifts to Cleveland.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Cleveland Cavaliers power forward/center Kevin Love played another solid game, but it was not enough as his club lost Game 2. Love shot 7-for-18 from the floor for 22 points and hauled down a team-high 10 rebounds in 35 minutes. Love did most of his damage in the third quarter where he scored 13 points in that frame. The Cavaliers will need even more out of their second option in Game 3, so we are safe to say the big man will come out firing which makes him a decent play for that contest.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Cleveland Cavaliers guard George Hill was excellent for his club but it was not enough as they lost Game 2. George Hill came out aggressive in this one scoring 12 of 15 points in the first half on 5-for-12 shooting. Hill was also able to dish out three assists with two steals and a block in 34 minutes of play. Hill was quiet in the fourth quarter though as he often ended up guarding the bigger Kevin Durant in the post off of switches which may have tired the guard. We can hope Hill keeps up the aggressiveness in Game 3 which makes him an interesting play for that one.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard/small forward J.R. Smith could not make up for his Game 1 mistake scoring just five points in 31 minutes of action as his club lost Game 2. Cleveland fans were hoping to see the sniper turn up in this one to put his Game 1 mistake behind him but it was not Smith's night. He was non-factor in this one and we can hope the wing player can turn it around as the series moves back to Cleveland where hopefully the home fans can help Smith to get going again.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Golden State Warriors power forward/center Draymond Green connected on just 2-for-4 of his shots but otherwise provided a decent line as his club got the Game 2 win. Green did not need to look to score (five points) as his teammates were hitting on all cylinders in this one. Green was still able to provide eight rebounds and dished out seven assists which made his line still a decent one. Even if Green is not scoring, we know he is able to be a valuable add in DFS with his ability to fill so many categories.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry went off in Game 2 connecting on an NBA Finals record nine makes from three. Curry was on fire tonight connecting on his nine makes on 17 attempts with five of them coming in the final frame to score 33 points in the game. Curry is making an early push for finals MVP with averages of 31.0 points, 8.5 assists and 6.5 rebounds in the series first two games and is not showing any signs of slowing down. With Curry playing this well and what looks like his injury issues are behind him, it is hard not to have the superstar in your lineup for Game 3.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant was a solid 10-for-14 from the floor as his club got the Game 2 win. Durant started the game making his first five shots en route to matching his Game 1 total of 26 points but did it tonight in eight fewer shots. Durant also added nine rebounds while dishing out seven assists and swatting two shots. The Warriors went to KD in the post off of mismatches down the stretch which led to George Hill defending the bigger wing player and it proved great results. If KD continues this type of efficient play then we may be seeing this series over sooner then later.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Golden State Warriors shooting guard/small forward Klay Thompson logged 34 minutes and showed no signs of his high ankle sprain that he suffered in Game 1 as his club got the win. Thompson connected on 8-for-13 from the floor for 20 points and hauled down two rebounds with a single steal. Thompson may not be 100% but he did not show any signs of the injury in the win and there is no reason to not look at the sniper for your lineup for Game 3 as we have yet to see a Thompson shooting explosion yet in this series.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Golden State Warriors center JaVale McGee got the nod at center and did not miss from the floor (6-for-6) as his club got the Game 2 victory. McGee scored the first two buckets of the game for his club and managed 12 points on the night with some excellent makes around the hoop. McGee will most likely continue to start, especially if Andre Iguodala (leg) continues to sit out with an injury. If McGee does indeed start Game 3 he makes for an intriguing play as he can provide a decent line in limited minutes.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/4:Golden State Warriors guard Shaun Livingston was a perfect 5-for-5 from the floor in the Game 2 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Livingston provided a big spark off the bench scoring 10 points and was able to haul down five rebounds on the night. Livingston has not yet missed a shot in this series (9-for-9) and had his mid-range game on full display in this one. Livingston holds some value for Game 3 if Andre Iguodala (leg) continues to miss time and is worth a look for a possible bargain play.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/1:Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James went off for 51 points, but it was not enough as his club lost the Game 1 overtime thriller. James was electric from the get go, making his first six attempts from the floor while finishing 19-for-32 on the night. James did not stop there either, grabbing eight rebounds and dishing out eight assists cementing another heroic performance in this postseason. James's 51 points are the most points scored in a finals loss and we can expect this insane output to continue from the superstar in Game 2, which makes him a must-add to your DFS lineups.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/1:Cleveland Cavaliers power forward/center Kevin Love put up a solid line as he returned from his injury, but his club still managed to lose Game 1. Love connected on 9-for-20 from the floor but managed to convert on just 1-for-8 from three to finish with 21 points. Love had a game-high 13 rebounds but did not make his first and only three until there was just two minutes left in regulation. Love will look to continue his excellent play in Game 2 and is worth a roster spot, as the Cavs do not have many other reliable options.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/1:Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard/small forward J.R. Smith converted 10 points in 39 minutes in the Game 1 loss. Smith connected on just three of 10 of his shots while grabbing six rebounds but was a game-low minus-22 on the night. Smith made an interesting play with the clock winding down in regulation that resulted in the game going to overtime. Besides that, we know Smith's production is heavily relied on if his shot is falling. He was aggressive in this one, so hopefully this continues for the gunner in Game 2.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
6/1:Cleveland Cavaliers power forward/center Larry Nance Jr. was excellent off the bench in 19 minutes as his club lost Game 1. Nance hauled down 11 rebounds and was an efficient 4-for-6 from the floor for nine points while getting a steal as well. Nance provided a great boost for his club and led all Cavs big men with a plus-three, so we may see more of the athletic center in Game 2, which makes him a bit of high-risk, high-reward play for that matchup.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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