It’s a team game, sure.

In the #NBAPlayoffs, the stars will shine on the game’s biggest stage. 

But which role players can make a household name for themselves?

So in tonight’s Showcase Showdown, we’re looking at lineups -- and how they’re going to affect Tuesday night’s #NBAPlayoffs games.

To kick off the TNT doubleheader, the Philadelphia 76ers are looking to bounce back from a Game 1 loss -- one in which they fell behind by 20 early -- against an Atlanta Hawks team that spread the floor and couldn’t miss in the first half.

What adjustments are coming tonight?

Can Matisse Thybulle be the X-factor in slowing down the Hawks’ aerial attack from distance?

Can Seth Curry counter with his own long-range distance shooting and help ease the offensive load on Philly’s Big 3?

Balance. Depth. Versatility. What kind of encore do the young Hawks have in Game 2? 

Can the promising duo of Trae Young and Clint Capela control the Hawks offense and defense, respectively, in Game 2?

Top 5 players on the floor tonight. Does that favor Philly or Atlanta? 

Any game predictions?

To cap off the TNT doubleheader, the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers continue their #NBAPlayoffs journey. 

The Jazz defeated the Memphis Grizzlies in five games, while the Clippers won the only home game by the home team in the series -- when it mattered in a deciding Game 7 -- to outlast the Dallas Mavericks.

Will we see any #NBATopShotThis type of Throwdowns Moments from Paul George or Kawhi Leonard challenging Rudy Gobert in Game 1? 

Will Paul George carry the load on both ends of the floor for the Clippers tonight?

Can Patrick Beverley help disrupt the Jazz’s perimeter shooting?

Donovan Mitchell. Jordan Clarkson. Bojan Bogdanović. Spacing the floor for Rudy Gobert.

#TakeNote. Will the Jazz’s dominance from the regular season carry into the second round?

What are your series predictions?

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As noted, collectors have until Wednesday, June 9 at 9am PDT/12pm EDT to reserve the first 2021 NBA Playoffs Pack. Happy collecting!