May 2, 2016, 7:29 pm
Dennis Schroder shot 10-for-20 from the field (5-for-10 3PTs) for 27 points with six assists and three rebounds.
Schroder was hot on Monday and took it upon himself to do the scoring. His five threes and 27 points are career playoff highs. He led the comeback late in the third and early in the fourth to take a late one-point lead, so coach Bud left him in the game for 29 minutes to Jeff Teague’s 21 minutes. We don’t expect Schroder to outplay Teague (2-of-9 FGs, 3-for-4 FTs, eight points, four assists, two boards and one three ball) on most nights, but he makes for a cheap punt play in DFS leagues if you dare.