Description: NBA DFS And Fantasy Team Picks, Studs, Values, Projections, Match Centre on September 19: A third successive win for Miami Heat sees them sit on the brink of marching into the showpiece finals
There’s just no stopping this Miami Heat juggernaut at the moment. This is a side sparing no expense to fulfil its designs of making it into the NBA 2019-20 finals with the team being in electric touch ever since taking a 1-0 lead in the semi-finals against Milwaukee Bucks.
However, despite their 2-0 lead against Boston Celtics, Miami Heat will be the first to admit that they still have a long way to go in the series. They have pushed all the way in each of their last two wins and today’s encounter will test their resolve and perseverance every step of the way once again.
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Goran Dragic, 12,300
Goran Dragic’s sensational form at the moment can be well gauged by the fact that the ended up top scoring across the field in game 2. His 25 point performance was crucial to Miami Heat emerging with a five point win, one which see us make the point guard a must have pick for us today.
Jayson Tatum, 10,400
When you end up shooting 21 points on your off day, you know the calibre of the player at hand. Tatum might not have been at his efficient best the last time around but he still managed to make his presence felt in the affair owing to his ability to pull off the reverse scoops and windmills.
Bam Adebayo, 9,200
Bam’s showings have been quiessential in ensuring Miami Heat have been able to stave off Boston Celtics in the opening two games of the series. The centre has been in ravishing touch in both the paints, not only dropping his jump shots but pulling off the boards with ease as well.
Tyler Herro, 7,200
Few can doubt Herro’s calibre anymore. The best are identified by their ability to up the ante when taking to the biggest of stages and Herro has done exactly that ever since the semi-finals with his expansive skill set seeing him do everything asked of him.
Duncan Robinson, 5,400
In a clash determined by the barest of margins, Duncan’s triples ended up seeing the wind sway in the Heat’s favour in game 2. He not only opened the zone up but shot with a high conversion rate, a performance which saw him deliver a clutch 20 point showing.
Brad Wanamaker, 4,800
Brad often emerges as a surprise package. You never know what to expect from the point guard with him going off the boil way too often.
However, that doesn’t deter us from reposing faith in him for the clash. The player is well endowed, someone who can pull off his crossovers and handles to traverse past defences to lay down his offhanded shots.
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