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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
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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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6/1:Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry scored a team-high 29 points as his club got the Game 1 win. Curry was 11-for-23 from the floor while dishing out nine assists and hauled down six rebounds on the night. Curry ended up guarding LeBron James on many possessions, as the Cleveland Cavaliers ran various pick and rolls to force the switch, but it did not tire the sniper one bit as he logged 46 minutes. Curry has strung together some excellent games as of late and should continue to roll in Game 2.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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6/1:Golden State Warriors shooting guard/small forward Klay Thompson went to the locker room early on as he suffered a left leg contusion after J.R. Smith collided with the sniper in Game 1. Thompson returned shortly after to finish with 24 points in 45 minutes of action. Thompson did not add much else with just three rebounds, but the fact he returned and played through the injury was a great sign. Keep an eye on his status leading up to Game 2, but we can expect Thompson to be at his usual starting spot.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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6/1:Golden State Warriors power forward/center Kevon Looney provided a decent line as his club stole the Game 1 win. Looney started at the center spot and provided eight points on 4-for-5 shooting and was able to haul down four rebounds. Looney was a team-worst minus-10 in the game, which may have been why JaVale McGee started the second half in place of Looney. If Looney's price tag is still hovering in the lower region and Andre Iguodala (leg) does not suit up for Game 2, then he is worth a look.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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6/1:Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant connected on just eight of 22 from the floor, but his squad still managed the overtime victory. Durant managed 27 points after starting the game 2-for-8 from the floor and connecting on just one of seven from three on the night. KD then managed to stuff the stat sheet with nine boards, six assists and three blocks. We can expect a similar output in Game 2, and if his shot starts to drop, we could see a massive line from the superstar.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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6/1:Golden State Warriors power forward/center Draymond Green filled the stat sheet and nearly recorded a triple-double in Game 1. Green did his damage all over the floor, scoring 13 points on 5-for-9 from the floor with 11 rebounds and nine assists and just two turnovers. Green also added five steals with two blocks and is averaging 13.1 rebounds over his last six games. Green is playing too good as of late to not give him a serious look for your lineups in Game 2.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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5/31:Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James will look to continue his postseason dominance as his team takes on the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. James has put on a legendary display thus far in the postseason, putting up 34.0 points, 9.2 rebounds, 8.8 assists, 1.4 steals and 1.1 blocks per game. LeBron could even see a spike in these numbers if Andre Iguodala (leg) misses some more time and with Kevin Love (concussion) possibly missing Game 1, James will be carrying even more of the offensive load. James is a no-brainer to build your rosters around in these finals, as we will continue to see history in the making.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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5/31:Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard/small forward Kyle Korver will look to shoot himself out of a recent slump in Game 1 of the finals. Korver is shooting just 28 percent over his last three outings and is averaging just 5.3 points in those contests. Korver's value relies a lot on if his shot is falling, but it needs to be noted he is still averaging a postseason-best 0.455 points per touch (minimum 300 touches) with a solid 64 percent effective shooting mark. If Kevin Love does indeed miss more time, Korver could be someone that could step up, especially if he can get some good looks early.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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5/31:Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson will hope to carry over his decent play from the Eastern Conference Finals. Thompson saw a spike in minutes (28.0), points (7.4) and rebounds (8.0) in his series against the Celtics. This was partially due to the absence of Kevin Love, and his role will be even larger if Love does miss more time. Thompson has been doing his thing on the offensive glass, grabbing 13 percent of all available offensive rebounds when he has been on the court in the playoffs, which lets him get those garbage buckets and adds to his value. Keep an eye on Love's status, as Thompson may be a great play for Game 1.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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5/31:Cleveland Cavaliers guard George Hill will have his hands full in the finals, as he will be spending a lot of time guarding Stephen Curry. Hill has been very inconsistent this playoffs, and in the series with the Boston Celtics Hill averaged 15.3 points a night at home to 5.3 a night in the four games in Boston. Hill is also shooting just 26 percent from three this postseason, which is down from 41 percent in the regular season. Hill may be someone you want to avoid in Game 1, but with Kevin Love possibly missing this matchup, someone will need to step up for the Cavs, and it could be Hill.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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5/31:Cleveland Cavaliers power forward/center Kevin Love's (concussion) availability for Game 1 is still up in the air. Love is going through the league's concussion protocol and there is not any news of him being symptom-free as of yet. If he is good to go in Game 1, then there may be some rust that needs to be dusted off of the big man in his first game back, which makes him a questionable play. If he is not going to play, then we can expect Tristan Thompson to start at center, and he'd make for an intriguing play.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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5/30:Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant will be looking for his second straight finals MVP as his club matches up against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Durant has upped his scoring in these playoffs (29.0 points from 26.4 points) and there is no reason we will not see this trend continue in this series. Durant will most likely see some time on LeBron James with Andre Iguodala (leg) to possibly miss more time, and this may put a small dent in Durant's output. Either way, we know what KD is capable of, and you cannot lose by building your lineup around this superstar on any given night.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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5/30:Golden State Warriors shooting guard/small forward Klay Thompson will look to continue his hot shooting in his club's finals rematch against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Thompson connected on 3.9 makes per game from three on 49.1 percent shooting in the series against the Houston Rockets and shot 58 percent from the field over the final three games of the series. Thompson is getting hot at the right time, which makes him a solid player to add to your lineups for Game 1 in Oakland.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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5/30:Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will be gunning for his first finals MVP as his club takes on the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2018 NBA Finals. Curry missed the first six games of these playoffs due to injury but came to life when his club was facing elimination against the Houston Rockets, as he made 12 threes, dished out 16 assists and grabbed 14 rebounds in the series' final two games. Curry seems to have turned the corner after struggling at times in these playoffs and is worth building your team around for Game 1.--Gianni Costantiello - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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