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FanDuel Daily Fantasy Basketball Helper: Sunday 6/20/21

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Kawhi Leonard
Chris Paul
Bogdan Bogdanovic
Joel Embiid
Trae Young
Ben Simmons
Reggie Jackson
Nicolas Batum
Marcus Morris
Cameron Payne
Patrick Beverley
Devin Booker
Terance Mann
Paul George
Kevin Huerter
Mikal Bridges
Danilo Gallinari
Tobias Harris
Seth Curry
Jae Crowder
John Collins
Deandre Ayton
Clint Capela
Rudy Gobert
Cameron Johnson
Austin Swaim

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Matisse Thybulle

Los Angeles

first Western Conference Finals
this Western Conference Finals
the Western Conference Finals
Game 7
the East Semis
Game 6

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Young far and away leads the team in usage (33.3%) and FanDuel points per minute (1.31) this postseason, and he has played 40 minutes in three straight games. Frankly, his salary has not caught up to his role as he's got a lower salary than teammates Nicolas Batum and Marcus Morris despite a substantially better situation.Other Notable Plays: Cameron Payne ($5,000), Patrick Beverley ($4,000) Devin Booker ($7,900): The theme of the slate will be Phoenix-heavy, as the Suns largely saw no salary adjustment from their last two-game slate and are now without high-usage point guard Chris Paul. Booker -- to no one's surprise -- saw the biggest lift amongst regulars in both usage (2.1 percentage points) and FanDuel points per minute (+0.13), and that manifested itself in a 51.4 FanDuel-point game in Game 1 versus the Los Angeles Lakers when Paul initially hurt his shoulder. He is an intriguing play with upside that Danilo Gallinari does not truly have as a reserve who could potentially sit large stretches of his game.Other Notable Plays: Danilo Gallinari ($5,500) Tobias Harris ($7,200): Joel Embiid has soaked up a massive 35.8% usage inside the Philadelphia offense, so apparently any Sixer besides Seth Curry appears to be at total risk of a dud, but Harris still is a viable option with upside at this salary. Gobert averaged a whopping 5.2 offensive rebounds per 36 minutes in the final two games of the series, so the scoring upside could be enormous if Ayton can stick on the floor, but that is a giant if, making Ayton better suited for tournaments.Other Notable Plays: Joel Embiid ($11,200), Clint Capela ($7,100)Austin Swaim is not a FanDuel employee.

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