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  • NOP Small Forward #14
    Brandon Ingram scored 18 points (5-of-10 FGs, 8-of-8 FTs) with four rebounds, three assists, a steal, and a block in the Pelicans’ Wednesday loss to the Thunder.
    Ingram didn’t post a particularly strong stat line but was efficient. He and Herb Jones only trailed Jonas Valanciunas in points among Pelicans players. He’ll need to be much more aggressive on offense at home to keep New Orleans alive in this series.
  • NOP Center #17
    Jonas Valanciunas amassed 19 points (8-of-14 FGs, 3-of-3 FTs) with seven rebounds and two assists in the Pelicans’ loss to the Thunder on Wednesday.
    Valanciunas followed up his 20-rebound performance from Game 1 with another strong showing. The New Orleans big man has been his team’s most consistent performer so far against the Western Conference’s top team.
  • OKC Power Forward #7
    Chet Holmgren scored 26 points (9-of-13 FGs, 4-of-5 FTs) in the Thunder’s win over the Pelicans on Wednesday. He totaled seven rebounds, an assist, two blocks, and three 3-pointers as well.
    Holmgren improved upon his previous outing in his second-ever playoff game. He led all players in blocks and only Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored more points in the contest. The rookie’s performance can help him carry confidence into his first road playoff game.
  • OKC Point Guard #2
    Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 33 points (13-of-19 FGs) and shot all four of his shots at the foul line in the Thunder’s Wednesday win over the Pelicans. He also tallied three rebounds, five assists, two steals, and three 3-pointers.
    SGA led all scorers for a second straight contest. OKC’s star point guard also led his team in steals in a well-rounded performance. He’ll look to continue his strong run on the road for Game 3.
  • BOS Small Forward #0
    Jayson Tatum scored 28 points (10-of-20 FGs) and made six of his eight attempts from the charity stripe in the Celtics’ loss to the Heat on Wednesday. He also amassed eight rebounds, three assists, a block, and two made 3-pointers
    Tatum couldn’t quite match his production from Game 1 but was second among all players with 28 points while his rebounding and assist numbers dropped from his previous outing. Poor shooting from the supporting cast and lackluster defense led to Boston’s downfall despite efficient nights from Tatum and Brown.
  • BOS Small Forward #7
    Jaylen Brown scored 33 points (13-of-23 FGs) in the Celtics’ loss to the Heat on Wednesday. He shot 3-of-6 from the foul line with eight rebounds, an assist, a steal, a block, and four made 3-pointers.
    Brown got especially hot toward the end of the first half and topped Jayson Tatum in points while matching him in rebounds. His successful scoring night wasn’t enough to counteract Miami’s shot-making, though.
  • MIA Small Forward #5
    Nikola Jovic amassed 11 points (4-of-5 FGs), nine rebounds, six assists, three steals, a block, and three 3-pointers in the Heat’s Wednesday win against the Celtics.
    Jovic thrived in his best postseason performance yet. He was second among Heat players in rebounds and assists while pacing his team in steals and blocks.
  • MIA Point Guard #14
    Tyler Herro scored 24 points (7-of-13 FGs) and made both of his attempts from the foul line in the Heat’s 111-101 win against the Celtics on Wednesday. He also totaled five rebounds, 14 assists, a steal, and six made 3-pointers.
    Herro recovered quickly from his poor 11-point outing in Game 1. He paced his team in points and assists en route to the victory and has momentum on his side ahead of Game 3 in Miami.
  • LAL Small Forward #5
    Cam Reddish (right ankle sprain) has been ruled out for Thursday’s Lakers-Heat matchup.
    Reddish is still battling back from an ankle sprain and is set to miss a sixth consecutive game. Taurean Prince will likely continue to dominate the Lakers’ reserve wing minutes.
  • LAL Small Forward #23
    LeBron James (left ankle peroneal tendinopathy) and Anthony Davis (low back soreness) are probable for the Lakers’ Game 3 matchup against the Nuggets on Thursday.
    Both the Lakers’ stars are likely to be a go for Game 3 of their first-round series against the Nuggets on Thursday. The duo will look to bounce back at home after a pair of road losses.