Bucks vs Nets

Spread: Nets -1

Total: 216


Key Injuries

Kyrie Irving - OUT (Ankle)



Kevin Durant, BKN - He isn't cheap but this matchup is all about the top tier talent and filling in where you can. Both teams are playing incredibly tight rotations as well so Durant will likely be on the floor all game long. He has four straight games of AT LEAST a double-double as he triple-doubled in Game 5.

Giannis Antetokounmpo, MIL - If you aren't rolling with Durant it is clear that Giannis is the next best thing. He is averaging 57 FP over the last four games, scoring at least 30 point while pulling down 10+ rebounds in each contest.

Khris Middleton, MIL - IF the Bucks are going to move on they need one of their secondary players to come through for them. In Game 6 that was Middleton who scored 38 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. This was the second game this series where Middleton went 30/10+ as in Game 1 he scored 35 points and pulled down 15 rebounds. They need that again tonight out of him.


Jrue Holiday, MIL - Holiday has played well in this series and while he hasn't popped like the others, his consistent floor makes him a reasonable flex play that most will be looking at. Over te last three games he has scored at least 31 FP while putting up a series high 46 FP in Game 6.

James Harden, BKN - Harden was not great in his initial return but bounced back a bit in Game 6, scoring 40 FP. What I love here is the minutes for Harden, let us hope the production soon follows.

Blake Griffin, BKN - Blake has been very sturdy for the Nets in this series, giving them 30 minutes a night and solid overall production. In each game this series he has gone for at least 21 FP which a series high 26 FP in Game 6.

Jeff Green, BKN - Green entered the starting lineup in Game 6 and slumped, shooting just 2-of-9 from the floor. In Game 5 he popped off for 38 FP, scoring 27 actual points. Assuming he starts again he is in play for me.

Dart Throws

Pat Connaughton, MIL - The minutes have been there but the production was not in Game 6 as Connaughton was 0-for-5 from the floor for just 2.5 fantasy points. In the previous two games he went for 21 and 27 fantasy points. He should see 20+ minutes here again in Game 7 but lets hope for a better shooting night! 

P.J. Tucker, MIL - He plays a lot of minutes but the production is very hit or miss. In Game 4, he had 26 FP but he has only gone for double-digit fantasy points in two games this series.