Tips Fantasy NBA Playoffs M12

We are about to enter the toughest matchday so far. Two elimination games and a game 7: isn’t this the reason why we love this game?

Kawhi Leonard Ala dei Clippers

M12 is going to be the craziest matchday so far as both the Lakers and the Clippers have the chance to close the series and Celtics and Raptors will be going toe-to-toe in an electrifying game 7! Let’s take a look at the best options for your teams:


  • Kyle Lowry (Toronto Raptors, 14.6 credits): He’s the main reason why the Raptors made it to game 7, so he’s definitely not going to stop right now. Regardless of the result, Lowry will stand out.
  • Marcus Smart (Boston Celtics, 10.6 credits): He’s coming off some amazing performances and, most importantly, a triple double in a tough-contested game 6. You can expect him to be a factor in the final game of the series.
  • Rajon Rondo (Los Angeles Lakers, 8.5 credits): It looks like it’s 2010 again! Rondo is proving to be the third best offensive option for the Lakers and, in order to send the Rockets home, they’ll need him to keep up the good work.


  • Kawhi Leonard (Los Angeles Clippers, 20.5 credits): After seeing his performance in game 4, it’s almost impossible not to think that the Clippers already have one foot in the Western Conference Finals. KaWHY NOT?
  • Daniel Theis (Boston Celtics, 9.5 credits): He’s had a great Playoff run so far, helping the Celtics win the toughest games: it doesn’t get any tougher than a game 7, so trust him.
  • Jamychal Green (Los Angeles Clippers, 5.7 credits): He’s not the best option, but he’ll allow you to save some credits while still securing a good amount of points for your fantasy team.


  • Serge Ibaka (Toronto Raptors, 11.7 credits): He was questionable going into game 6 and yet he played pretty well, helping the Raptors steal the game after 2 overtimes. Now that he should be fully healthy again, you can expect even more.
  • Ivica Zubac (Los Angeles Clippers, 9.6 credits): He’s had some pretty solid performances thoughout these Playoffs and, even though he won’t give you too many fantasy points, he’s one of the best options left as far as centers go.
  • Robert Williams III (Boston Celtics, 5.7 credits): For anyone looking not to spend too many credits on centers, Williams III has beeen a saviour for a while now. He’s as valuable for the Celtics as he is for your fantasy team.


  • Mike D’Antoni (Houston Rockets, 8.9 credits): It’s a little bit risky, but if the Rockets eventually go down, it won’t be without a fight. With players like Harden and Westbrook, winning is always a possibility, and picking him as a coach will save you some credits for the players.

Don’t forget to take a look at our Lineups and Injury Report for real-time updates!

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