Thursday's NBA DFS Predictions
There is just one game on the NBA Playoffs schedule for Thursday. Here are our six players we like for Daily Fantasy plays.
In a single game format on DraftKings, players get to select six options at any position with a $50,000 budget. Here are the six players we are using for Game 6 of the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks
Bucks’ Khris Middleton, $12,200: Middleton has had his best games of the series at home, putting up 48.5 points in Game 3 and 42 points in Game 4. He has shot the ball well throughout the series and I expect him to shoot well again tonight at home.
Celtics’ Jaylen Brown, $11,800: Brown has been hot-and-cold in the series. He is coming off a colder game and still had 32 fantasy points. Brown put up 34 actual points in Game 4 in Milwaukee, which led to 53.5 fantasy points. I think he has a big night tonight as well.
Celtics’ Al Horford, $11,400: Horford has the potential for a double-double in scoring and rebounds. I thought about Jabari Parker for the Bucks, but his upside tops out around 30-35 fantasy points. Horford has shown he can push into the 40-fantasy point range and will get more minutes than Parker.
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Celtics’ Marcus Smart, $5,600: Smart made his return in Game 5 and had 26.75 fantasy points over 25 minutes. I would expect him to see more minutes tonight. His tenacity should lead to good things for Boston and I think he will put up over 30 fantasy points.
Bucks’ Thon Maker, $4,500: Maker is someone that has played at least 23 minutes in his last three games. He did little with it in Game 5, but Maker posted a combined 56.25 fantasy points in the two games at Milwaukee in this series.
Celtics’ Aron Baynes, $4,100: You need some cheap options to fill the roster and Baynes has some potential. While he had just six fantasy points over 10 minutes in Game 5, Baynes had a lot of impact in the two games at Milwaukee. He combined for 47.75 fantasy points in those two games.