The Bucks have swept the Heat so players from both teams won’t be a part of this matchday.
- Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers, 19.4 credits): The Sixers are probably going to finish the job and sweep the Sixers, so you have to imagine Embiid is going to give it all to make that happen.
- Jusuf Nurkic (Portland Trail Blazers, 14.2 credits): He’s been playing pretty well so far and, with the series tied, 2-2, he can’t make any mistakes.
- Kevin Durant (Brooklyn Nets, 19.7 credits): Not only is he the primary scoring option for the Nets, but he’s also always flirting with the double-double thanks to his great rebounding ability. The Bucks are waiting for Brooklyn and we have a feeling KD doesn’t want to keep them waiting any longer.
- Tobias Harris (Philadelphia 76ers, 14.3 credits): He has yet to play a bad game in these Playoffs. We really doubt that this is going to be the one where he messes up since there’s not much pressure to deal with.
- Taj Gibson (New York Knicks, 5.9 credits): As far as low-cost options go, he’s probably the best on the roster.
- Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers, 18.3 credits): With the series tied 2-2, it’s Dame Time more than ever, which means he’ll bring his A-game and it’s very likely that he’ll be as unstoppable as it gets.
- Mike Conley (Utah Jazz, 13.1 credits): What a series he’s having! Keep trusting him because the Jazz need him as much as they need Mitchell and Gobert, if not even more as of right now.
- Derrick Rose (New York Knicks, 10.2 credits): In order to try and come back from a 3-1 deficit, the Knicks need him to keep playing like this. He’s a leader, so we bet he will.
- Doc Rivers (Philadelphia 76ers, 11.4 credits): He’s been the best option among the coaches since the postseason started, so why start doubting him now that the Sixers are 1 win away from a dominant sweep?