JPN vs KAZ Dream11 Prediction FIBA Men’s Qualifiers Live Fantasy Basketball Dream11 Team, Top Picks and Tips for Japan vs Kazakhstan
Updated on: Aug 30, 2022 1:54 am IST
JPN vs KAZ Dream11: The FIBA Men’s World Cup Qualifiers are here and there is a lot at stake for the World Cup that is going to take place next year from the last week of August. There are teams that will need to do heavy lifting to make it to the next round but then we have Japan, who have qualified to the World Cup considering they are one of the hosts. They will meet Kazakhstan here
Japan comes into this game after losing to Iran 68:79 despite a show by Yudai Baba who put up 27 points. Still, this wasn’t a great game for Japan overall.
On the other hand, Kazakhstan put up a fight against China but lost 56:68 in a terrible three-point shooting percentage. Can they pull up the rug under Japan’s feet here?
Match Timing: 30 August, @ 02:35 PM (+05:30 UTC)
Venue: Okinawa Arena, Okinawa, Japan
JPN vs KAZ FIBA Men’s Qualifiers Projections, Stats & Analysis
Low-scorers across the boards
If we take out Yudai Baba’s performance, Japan shot six of 34 from the three-point line and 15 of 51 from the field overall, which means that the team game wasn’t up-to-the-mark. Five players who attempted five shots or more shot below 30% and a much better effort must be extracted. Japan will like to put behind the second quarter of the previous game where they scored a mere 5 points.
Kazakhstan was way too off from the three-point line and shot a platry 2/21 from there. They made just 33% of their shots and committed 33 fouls overall which meant they had no rhythm. The team handed out just 8 assists and that is surely a poor effort in terms of moving the ball. Can Kazakhstan figure out their woes after having a solid game offensively.
JPN vs KAZ Dream11 FIBA Men’s Qualifiers Live, Team News and Lineups
Japan Expected Starters
PF: Soichiro Inoue
SF: Hirotaka Yoshii
SG: Yudai Baba
SG: Makato Hiejima
PG: Yuki Togashi
BENCH: Yutaroh Suda, Ryo Terashima, Avi Koki Schafer, Yuki Kawamura, Yuya Nagayoshi.
Kazakhstan Expected Starters
C: Anton Bykov
PF: Roman Marchuk
SG: Maxim Marchuk
G: Shaiam Kuanov
PG: Rustam Murzagaliyev
BENCH: Vladimir Ivanov, Vladimir Chsherbak, Robert Pan, Dimitry Gavrilov, Andrey Litvinenko, Ruslan Aitkali, Oleg Balashov.
FIBA Men’s Qualifiers Scores, Fantasy Basketball Top Picks
Yudai made 10/13 shots in the last game and was unstoppable for most parts. I believe he will be in 18-24 points and 4-6 rebounds range.
Rustam has been a solid all-around player and led the team in scoring last time. I believe he will be in 12-18 points, 4-7 assists, and 4-6 rebounds range.
Yuki is an excellent playmaker and can be strong offensively too. I believe he will be in 7-11 points and 5-8 assists range.
Maxim can give solid rebounding and decent scoring. I believe he will be in 8-12 points and 4-6 rebounds range.
Makoto has had a solid game but can he continue the trail? I believe he will be in 7-11 points range.
Anton can give solid rebounding in limited minutes. I believe he will be in 4-8 points and 4-7 rebounds range.
Yoshii is a strong rebounder but his offense can be a bit off. I believe he will be in 6-10 points and 6-10 rebounds range.
Roman can give solid rebounding but will need to do more scoring-wise. I believe he will be in 4-8 points and 5-8 rebounds range.
Inoue can give solid defense but will need to do more offensively. I believe he will be in 10-14 points range
Dimitry gives viable minutes as a backup Center. I believe he will be in 4-9 points, 4-7 rebounds, and 1-2 blocks range.
Yuya can give decent rebounding.
Kuanov has been a decent presence scoring-wise. I believe he will be in 8-13 points range.
Yuki is a solid playmaker and can be in 4-7 assists range.
Robert doesn’t receive many minutes usually.
JPN vs KAZ Dream11 Lineup
PG: Y Togashi
SG: Y Baba(PP), R Murzagaliyev(SP), Y Kawamura
SF: H Yoshii
PF: R Marchuk, Y Nagayoshi
C: A Bykov
Where to watch FIBA Men’s Qualifiers Live Score?
Which team will break their offensive rut? FIBA Men’s Qualifiers can be seen on the Courtside 1891 website, which can be accessed by using the link accessible on the official website of FIBA, where you can go to FIBA Men’s Qualifiers and access the link through there. You can know the score through the official website of FIBA.