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Brandon Gdula
James Harden
Kyrie Irving
Jeff Green
Pat Connaughton
Kevin Durant
Giannis Antetokounmpo
1.63 FanDuel
Khris Middleton
Brook Lopez
Bruce Brown Jr.'s
Joe Harris
Tony Snell
0.45 FanDuel
P.J. Tucker
DeAndre Jordan
Landry Shamet
Blake Griffin
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Landry Shamet

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Durant has a team-high 38.6% usage in the past two games, and the next highest Brooklyn player who has seen at least 20 minutes is at 16.9%. The Greek Freak averaged 1.63 FanDuel points per minute with a 32.6% usage rate in the regular season but has slipped to just 1.34 FanDuel points per minute on 31.1% usage in their past two games. Lopez was hot and cold in Game 6, averaging 0.94 FanDuel points per minute in a solid first half, and mostly sitting on the pine in the second half, with just a 4.3% usage and 0.40 FanDuel points per minute rate in that time. Harris has played at least 34 minutes in every game in this series besides the Game 2 blowout, but his total FanDuel points in the series so far (88.1) is actually still considerably less than Durant's Game 5 total (96.4). P.J. Tucker ($7,500): Tucker posted just a 5.8% usage rate and 0.43 FanDuel points per minute in the regular season when the stars actually shared the ball, so his upside is nearly nonexistent for a player averaging 29.5 minutes per game this series. Given a choice between the Tucker and Shamet, Tucker should see far more court time to run into a couple more rebounds.-- Kevin Durant's usage rate of 38.6% is nearly 20 percentage points above the next highest Nets player the past two games (James Harden; 19.6%)-- Giannis Antetokounmpo's FanDuel points per minute is only 1.34 the past two contests, down considerably from the 1.63 FanDuel point per minute mark that paced the NBA this year.-- James Harden averaged 1.63 FanDuel points per minute this season without Kyrie Irving and is the fourth highest-salaried player on this slate.-- Jeff Green has absorbed Bruce Brown's role, with Brown limited to just 18 minutes the past two games.-- P.J. Tucker is Milwaukee's best offensive rebounder per 36 minutes and is projected to see 35.1 minutes against Brooklyn, a team that gave up the second-most offensive rebounds during the regular season.Austin Swaim is not a FanDuel employee.

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