Bucks' P.J. Tucker starting in Game 1 against Brooklyn on Sunday, Pat Connaughton coming off the bench
Milwaukee Bucks guard/forward P.J. Tucker is in the starting lineup for Game 1 against the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday.
Tucker will start for the Bucks in Game 1 against the Nets on Sunday. He is expected to be Milwaukee's primary defender on Kevin Durant. Our models expect him to play 26.7 minutes against Brooklyn. Pat Connaughton will move to the bench.
Tucker's Game 1 projection includes 3.7 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.1 assists, and 12.0 FanDuel points.
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