Jrue’s night out was back in 2018 when he locked up Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers en route to an upset sweep in the first round. But if that wasn’t really the moment that made you say “Oh, Jrue can play ball,” then the last playoff series should be enough to convince you.
Holiday turns his championship performance into another great season with the Bucks. He’s averaging 17.3 points and 6.4 assists this season, but he’s really been increasing lately with the absence of Middleton and Giannis. Just one night ago, Holiday had 40 points, his career best record, and had 36 shots. He also had just five assists.
He’ll take the charge against the Cavs again, so expect more shots and more points to go on the board. Don’t expect a ton of help from role-playing teammates, though. At least not enough to get him better than 9.5 assists.
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