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FanDuel Single-Game Daily Fantasy Helper: NBA Finals Game 2 (7 ...


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numberFire's algorithm projects the two-time MVP to record 53.8 FanDuel points tonight, 8.9 more than the next closest player.Devin Booker ($13,500) - Though it was overshadowed by Chris Paul's second consecutive point god performance, Booker has a solid Game 1 in his own right, posting 27 points, 2 rebounds, 6 assists, 3 steals, and 44.4 fantasy points. The Bucks are going to need a better effort from their point guard if they're going to steal a game in Phoenix, and he has shown the ability to come through in a big way this postseason -- Holiday has four outputs of 49.1-plus fantasy points in his last nine games.Other Players to Consider: Chris Paul ($15,000), Khris Middleton ($14,500), Deandre Ayton ($12,500)Mikal Bridges ($9,000) - I mentioned in Tuesday's column how Milwaukee's one weakness appeared to be opposing small forwards, and the 24-year-old ended up accruing a solid, yet unspectacular 19.7 FanDuel points.

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