Miami guards or Laker forwards?

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NBA DFS picks September 17-18: Miami guards or Laker forwards?

We are now to the point in NBA DFS where we have two-day slates. With late swap it doesn’t make a lot of difference. The Eastern Conference Finals will be played on one day. The Western Conference Finals on the other.

The surprising Heat and Nuggets have crashed the party. The Bucks and Clippers are nowhere to be found, ousted by these upstarts. Can they go a step further and send Boston or L.A. back home? Let’s find out! First, we need to assess the injury situation. It’s still a thing.

Out: Gordon Hayward (ankle), Will Barton (knee), Chris Silva (pelvis)

Questionable: Javonte Green (knee), Dion Waiters (groin)

There’s not much surprise with those. Green and Waiters wouldn’t be much of a factor if they did play. Hayward is nearing a return, but it will come Saturday at the earliest.

I’ve played sparingly over the last couple of slates due to a nasty (non-COVID) cold. I did take a crack at the full series slate that DraftKings put out there for the Eastern Conference Finals. I must say that was a great idea. I’m liking it so far!

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