Oracle Arena's final game is set up to be a classic.
Has the series momentum shifted to the Raptors?
The Raptors aim to take Game 3 from the banged-up Warriors.
Will Kawhi Leonard and Kyle Lowry get some help in Game 2?
Damian Lillard is looking to bounce back after going 4-of-12 and committing seven turnovers.
Is Steph Curry a must-play?
Can Jokic and Denver upset Portland for a Conference Finals berth?
Will Giannis close things out against the Celtics in Milwaukee?
Can Damian Lillard find more success at home?
Can Jimmy Butler repeat his Game 2 heroics?
Does Portland have the personnel to stop Nikola Jokic?
Will Lou Williams and the Clippers force an unprecedented Game 7?
How will DeMar DeRozan perform under pressure?
Will James Harden and the Rockets avoid a flight back to Utah?
The Thunder and the Pacers both have their backs against the wall down 2-0.
DeMarcus Cousins is out of the picture, so who will thrive in his absence?
Who will benefit if Al Horford (illness) sits out against the Pacers?
The Warriors have the highest expected total to kick off the postseason.
Aside from taking advantage of injuries, it could be worth targeting teams who have something to play for.
WIth Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson out, Larry Nance makes for an appealing option.
With Joel Embiid out and Jimmy Butler questionable, Ben Simmons could thrive.
Kawhi Leonard won't play Thursday, so all eyes turn to Pascal Siakam.
Two games have double-digits spreads that we should be aware of.
The game with the most expected possessions has just the third-highest over/under.
Where do you start on a slate with so many injuries?
With Serge Ibaka sidelined, Marc Gasol is the obvious DFS option.
With Kevin Durant out, Steph Curry and the Warriors will look to avoid dropping the season series to the Rockets.
A two-game slate leaves us with plenty of tough questions about roster construction.
Injuries to the Lakers' forward depth might make LeBron a must-play.
Who should you play in the absences of Joel Embiid, Paul George and Kevin Durant?