06/14/2021, 3:17 AM
Quiet in Game 4 loss
Harris got loose for 12 three-pointers in Games 1 and 2, but the Bucks have since put the clamps on one of the league's best marksmen. In Game 3, Harris hit just 1-of-11 attempts from the field (1-7 3Pt), and on Sunday he struggled to find any sort of rhythm -- particularly after Kyrie Irving exited with what looked to be a badly sprained ankle. Fantasy-wise, Harris is extremely reliant on three-point shooting, so if he's not rolling from deep, he can be a liability in DFS contests.
06/14/2021, 3:12 AM
Struggles in 20 minutes off bench
James provided a nice spark off the bench in Games 1 and 2 of the series, but he struggled in Game 3 (two points, 1-5 FG), and that carried over to Sunday's loss. With Kyrie Irving (ankle) exiting early, James had a chance to step up, but he took a few ill-advised shots and committed a pair of the Nets' 17 turnovers. In his 20 minutes, James finished as a minus-17 -- tied for the second-worst plus-minutes on the team. Nevertheless, with both Irving and James Harden (hamstring) very much questionable for Tuesday's Game 5, coach Steve Nash may have no choice but to again turn to James for increased minutes.
06/14/2021, 3:09 AM
Plays 27 minutes in return
Making his return from a six-game absence, Green didn't have a major impact, but it was encouraging that he did not appear to face any limitations. The veteran led all Nets reserves in minutes (27), and he could be one of several players forced into a larger role if both Kyrie Irving (ankle) and James Harden (hamstring) are held out of Tuesday's Game 5 back in Brooklyn.