All the four Semifinals have a 2-1 score. Which teams will improve their leading role, with a 3-1 result? Which ones will tie the series?
Jordan Poole (Golden State Warriors, 12.1 cr): one of the most consistent Warriors players in this series against Memphis. A good asset for Coach Kerr and for Steph Curry.
Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks, 21.1 cr): Doncic is a guarantee for the Mavs. After Jazz elimination, he is not making life easy for Suns too. Tonight match is played at home and the fans support could be the right push to tie the series.
Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks, 22.4 cr): last night he dragged his team to the victory thanks to 42 points, 12 rebounds, 8 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks. Tonight he’ll try to repeat this great performance at home.
Jae Crowder (Phoenix Suns, 10.1 cr): a solid player in his own paint, catching rebounds, and a consistent one in the opposite mid-court, especially behind the arc, in order to bypass the good Mavs defense.
Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers, 19.7 cr): Philadelphia’s goal is to tie the series against Miami. Embiid missed the first two matches, lossed by Phila, for injury; back in the third one, the slightest effort was enough to win. But tonight the Heat will be battle-hardened and Joel will need to be at his best.
Al Horford (Boston Celtics, 12.3 cr): almost 36 years and not hear them, especially when you are facing one of the best player of the Season. In the first three matches of the series against Milwaukee he has always scored a Double Double. Will he score it tonight too?
Steve Kerr (Golden State Warriors, 10.9 cr): the Grizzlies are waiting for some news on Morant’s knee injury. In case of stop, the road to 3-1 is wide open for Coach Kerr and his Warriors. In order to save credits and for what was said about Embiid, we could risk Doc Rivers too (Philadelphia 76ers, 9.6 cr)