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5/28:Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson didn’t play too well in his previous outing, but look for that to change in the Finals. Thompson is the type of guy that steps up his play in big games, so expect that come Thursday. Cleveland just doesn’t have enough defensive firepower at their disposal for them shut down every Warrior. With that, you should continue to see Thompson put up huge numbers.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
5/28:The Golden State Warriors give up a lot of offensive rebounds per game to opposing teams in the entire league. Opponents grab 10.9 offensive boards a game against them. Because of that, look for Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson to put his stamp on this series with his rugged rebounding skills. Thompson is one of the best glass eaters in the league, so don’t be surprised if he averages double-digit rebounding totals throughout the whole Finals.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
5/28:Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green is one of the most versatile players in the entire league. The guy is averaging almost a triple-double for crying out loud. With averages of 13.9 points per game, 8.7 rebounds, 7.2 assists, 2.1 blocks and 1.9 steals, Green is a true stat-stuffing machine. Throughout the whole postseason, he’s been taking his game to another level. Don’t look for that to change in the Finals. This is for all the marbles, so look for Green to keep up this type of production.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
5/28:Cleveland isn’t going to be able to contain all four of the Golden State Warriors star players, so forward Kevin Durant should be the one putting up huge numbers, because Cleveland can only defend him one-on-one. That means we should see KD take his game to another level. The Cavs just won’t be able stop him with a singular defender, but that’s what they’re going to be forced to do. That should be music to fantasy owners’ ears.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
5/28:Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James has been a man on a mission in the postseason. He’s averaging 32.5 points per game, eight rebounds, seven assists, 1.3 blocks and 2.1 steals. Opposing teams simply don’t have an answer to stopping him, and don’t look for that to change anytime soon. Look for him put up similar numbers in the Finals.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
5/26:With the Boston Celtics down 3-1 at home, many believed they would show up for one last game, but it was quickly out of hand within the first quarter. Boston ended the quarter down 16 and ended the game down 33. Most of the blame can be put on center Al Horford, their big free-agent signing last year. He was on-and-off this postseason but was a complete no-show in Game 5 by posting only eight points and three rebounds. For the Celtics to move forward next year, their starting center needs to play like how he didread more...
5/26:Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley was easily the best performer for the Boston Celtics since guard Isaiah Thomas came down with his season-ending injury. In his final game of the season, Bradley led Boston with 23 points and four rebounds, but his stats do not capture his presence on the defensive front. His ability to stay in front of Cavaliers forward LeBron James and guard Kyrie Irving was crucial to keep games competitive, but it ultimately was not enough. The Celtics end their season in a blowout but look to aread more...
5/26:Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love is playing like a man on a mission currently, with Cleveland saying he has reverted back to “Minnesota Kevin.” This has easily been his best postseason run to date, as his post moves, rebounding and facilitating have all been on showcase throughout the Eastern Conference Finals. In Game 5, Love had 15 points, 11 rebounds, a block and four steals, but throughout this series, he averaged 22.6 points, 12.4 rebounds, 1.2 blocks and 1.4 steals, capping off his best series of the postseason. He will need to have a similar output againstread more...
5/26:Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James closed out the Eastern Conference Finals in spectacular fashion with a stat sheet of 35 points on 13-for-18 shooting, eight rebounds, eight assists, three steals, and a block Thursday. James started off the game lights out by shooting a perfect 5-for-5 and helping the Cavs score 43 in the first quarter. His strong defense pushed Cleveland over the edge and have set them up for their third straight NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors. James is headed to his seventh straight NBA Finals and passes Michael Jordan on the all-time scoringread more...
5/24:Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love has been a walking double-double in this series. He’s grabbed double-digit rebounding totals in every game, and he’s also scored in double figures every night. The Celtics just can’t seem to contain him, and Love doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Because of that, Love needs to continue being in your starting lineups for the rest of the series.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
5/24:With Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas on the sidelines for the foreseeable future, Jae Crowder has been asked to step up without him. And so far, he’s done just that. In the last two outings, Crowder has stepped up big time. In Game 3 he earned 14 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and three steals, and then the next night he pitched in 18 points, eight rebounds and four assists. That’s not that bad. Without Thomas, Crowder should continue to see this type of production on a nightly basis.--Aaron S -read more...
5/24:Kyrie Irving was on absolute fire last outing. The Cavs’ star guard poured in 42 points, four assists and three rebounds. Boston just didn’t seem to have an answer to stopping him, and Cleveland made them pay for it. And that wasn’t the first game he’d done that. Irving has been a thorn at the side of the Celtics all series, so don’t expect that to change anytime soon.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
5/24:Without Boston Celtics guardIsaiah Thomas, the majority of the Celtics offense runs through center Al Horford. Because of that, he’s been playing very well over the last two games. Horford poured in 16 points, six assists and one steal in Game 3, and then he followed that up by pitching in 16 points, seven assists and one steal in Game 4. With all that said, Horford should continue to keep up this play for the rest of the series, so make sure he’s in you starting lineups the rest of the playoffs.--read more...
5/23:Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant is headed to the NBA Finals after a brilliant performance throughout the Western Conference Finals. In the series-clinching Game 4 win, KD was extremely efficient by scoring 29 points on 10-for-13 shooting to go along with his 12 rebounds and four assists. Durant also got it going on the defensive end by providing an insane two-handed block on Dejounte Murray, silencing the crowd. The Warriors are now the first team to start a postseason with a record of 12-0.--Moosey Moose - RotoBallerSource: Espn
5/23:Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry was unstoppable in the Warriors’ series-clinching win Monday, as he poured in a game-high 36 points on 14-for-24 shooting. Curry was hitting shots from all over and showing off his handles and spin moves consistently. The two-time MVP also hit five three-pointers, allowing him to pass Kobe Bryant for fifth place on the NBA’s all-time playoff three's list. Entering the NBA Finals, Curry is averaging 28.6 points, 5.5 rebounds and 5.6 assists through 12 undefeated postseason games.--Moosey Moose - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
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