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Giannis Antetokounmpo
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Khris Middleton
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Game 1.Giannis Antetokounmpo

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Giannis currently has the clear market share in both usage (30.5%) and FanDuel points per minute (1.64) compared to his struggling teammates, so he is in a great position at the default MVP on the slate.If looking outside the injury for a reason to use in a STAR or PRO spot instead, Antetokounmpo is unlikely to continue his 61.4% shooting through two games against such a staunch Phoenix defense, which is posting the second-best defensive rating this postseason (107.0). Deandre Ayton ($13,000): Entering this series with Phoenix so slow and Milwaukee so fast in terms of pace, Phoenix's rebounders were all in great spots to score in this series, and it has taken a well-rounded statistical effort for Ayton to lead the Suns in FanDuel points per minute in the series thus far at 1.14.His overall usage (12.1%) at this salary, though, is fairly concerning, and he has taken only 10 shots in both games. Jrue Holiday ($12,000): Holiday was the biggest beneficiary of Antetokounmpo's absence late in the Atlanta series, but his 31.0% shooting from the field in this series has him squarely at the end of the stake in the national media as Milwaukee has fallen behind.Now at more of a mid-range salary, the question of whether Holiday can return to his form before the Giannis injury will determine whether he pays off a STAR or PRO spot.His 21.7% usage and 0.92 FanDuel points per minute are both behind his marks from the first four games of the Atlanta series, but his minutes and defense remain unchanged. Crowder has had a dreadful start to the series where he is shooting lower from the field (25.0%) than three-point territory (30.0%) but did at least rebound with three 3 in Game 2.Crowder's 11.7% usage is lowest among Phoenix starters, and he is just averaging 0.62 FanDuel points per minute while also yet to get it going on the glass. Compared to his teammate, Connaughton, Tucker amazingly has posted a lower FanDuel-points-per-minute rate (0.44) in this series, and he has taken 6 or fewer shots in 7 of the last 10 games that Giannis has played.In short, his role will not be very good, but guaranteed north of 35 minutes as a defensive-minded starter, Tucker always has single-game upside from steals and blocks.-- Despite his ankle issues, Antetokounmpo still is a distant leader on both squads in usage and FanDuel points per minute in the series.-- Devin Booker led Phoenix in usage in the first two contests of the series, yet Chris Paul posted a higher FanDuel points per minute rate.-- Phoenix's relative strength on the glass compared to the Atlanta Hawks has significantly reduced Khris Middleton's presence rebounding, which lowers his overall floor.-- Mikal Bridges' usage rate in the series is 9.1% higher than two other Suns players despite being below both of them (Deandre Ayton and Jae Crowder) in salary.-- Pat Connaughton and P.J. Tucker are the only two players averaging over 20 minutes at $9,000 or below.Austin Swaim is not a FanDuel employee.

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