Description: NBA DFS And Fantasy Team Picks, Studs, Values, Projections, Match Centre on September 25: Miami Heat sit on the cusp of becoming the first side to grace the land of the league’s finals
The Eastern Conference finals could be wrapped up today. With Miami Heat holding a 3-1 lead in the series, a second win on the bounce would see them become the first club to reserve its place in the much coveted for showpiece final.
And given their stupendous touch ever since making a foray into the conference semi-finals, Miami Heat are widely touted to get the job done today. This is a side which is partaking in its most clinical and overwhelming and wholesome brand of basketball at the moment, one which guided it to a gruelling 112-109 triumph in game 4.
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Jayson Tatum, 15,900
He might have missed out on a double-double the last time around but Tatum will be the least bit perturbed about it. For him, winning today’s encounter takes precedence over everything and given how much he relishes such situations, we envision him bettering his 29 point showing from game 4.
Bam Adebayo, 9,800
With yet another double-double in the series, Bam cajoled for his side a third win in the finals. He’s taken centrestage for his club in the series, the mainstay of both attack and defence with his ability to canter his way into both the paints making him a must have pick for us.
Tyler Herro, 7,800
Tyler Herro burst onto the stage in the foregone encounter. In what was the performance of his short lived career, he went berserk to shoot 37 points, a shooing which saw him etch his name in the folklore of the league by becoming only the second ever player under the age of 21 to shoot a 30 point performance in the playoffs.
Marcus Smart, 7,200
As long as Smart is doing his bit, Boston Celtics will continue to remain in with a fair chance of clawing heir way back in the series. He pulled a double-double in game 4, one which paid testament to his expansive skill set which included both points in the paint and defensive rebounds.
Gordon Hayward, 6,400
Despite being out of the game for almost a month, Hayward has needed no time to settle into his groove since recovering. He pulled off a scrumptious 14 point and 7 rebound display in game 4, a showing which provided his side just the missing impetus in both attack and defence.
Robert Williams, 2,600
He’s only going to be delegated a spot in the side’s substitutes but Robert Williams is finally back in contention for Boston Celtics. And with a neat 4 point 4 rebound display after missing out a couple of games, we’ll be earmarking him for the clash.
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