Celtics-Bucks (Celtics Lead 3-2)
With only one game on the schedule, your only DraftKings option is Showdown. If you’re unfamiliar with Showdown, it’s a one game league where you have six spots, positions don’t matter, salaries are inflated from your typical leagues, and you have to select at least one player from each team.
Giannis Antetokounmpo ($16,200) and Khris Middleton ($12,200) are the two highest priced guys. And for good reason. They’ve been the two most consistent players in this series. Antetokounmpo hasn’t played quite as well at home, while Middleton has been excellent at home.
Below them are Jaylen Brown ($11,800), Al Horford ($11,400), and Terry Rozier ($10,200). Horford and Brown are the two guys you can count on. Rozier’s stock takes a bit of a hit with Marcus Smart ($5,600) back in the lineup.
I love Smart in Game 6. He’s going to get playing time and he can impact the game in multiple ways. Another value guy would be Semi Ojeleye ($1,300). He started in Game 5 and played 31 minutes. He was a big reason why Thon Maker ($4,500) was ineffective.
Marcus Morris’ game hasn’t traveled to Milwaukee, but he’s still a guy who gets shots and opportunities. Malcolm Brogdon ($4,700) didn’t play well in Game 5, but on the “role players are better at home” theory, he has a chance to make an impact. Shabazz Muhammad ($1,400) had a good Game 5, but asking for a repeat performance seem like a lot. Especially considering how little minutes he plays.
Jabari Parker ($9,000) has been good since Game 3 and can be relied upon to produce another solid outing.
Eric Bledsoe ($9,600) and Jayson Tatum ($8,600) are the two wild cards. Both have the ability to get you at least 30 fantasy points. And they have the ability to give you less than 20 fantasy points.