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Marvin Williams, James Ennis tossed in second quarter of Game 3

The two got into an altercation mid-way through the quarter and both were ejected as a result.

Marvin Williams of the Milwaukee Bucks passes the ball around Khem Birch of the Orlando Magic during the first half of an NBA basketball first round playoff game on August 20, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.  Photo by Ashley Landis - Pool/Getty Images

The Milwaukee Bucks are en route to another blowout win over the Orlando Magic in Game 3 on Saturday. Tempers flared in the second quarter between Marvin Williams and James Ennis. The two got into it, exchanged shoves and were swiftly tossed from the contest mid-way through the quarter.

Williams ($3,200) likely didn’t garner much ownership on DraftKings main slate. Ennis ($4,300) is a different story considering he had been starting an consistently playing over 30 minutes for the Magic, who are pretty depleted from an injury perspective. Ennis was 32.4% owned in the $20, $500K to first GPP on DraftKings. The ejection likely kills about a third of the field, which will be big if you faded Ennis today.

No Aaron Gordon. No Michael Carter-Williams. Now, no Ennis for the rest of the game. Ennis will finish with 3.5 DKFP, while Williams had 4.5 DKFP. As a result of the ejection, we should see more Wes Iwundu ($3,100) for the Magic. Williams wasn’t soaking up much time for Milwaukee and the lead is getting out of hand as we approach halftime. Terrence Ross ($5,000) is also in line for plenty of minutes. The only way the Magic can dig themselves out of this hole is by scoring. Ross can fill it up.