Two teams with high inspirations, one finished with the league-high Regular Season record and the other reached the Conference Finals. In this cross-conference battle, the last year’s Regular Season winner Utah Jazz meet the Trae Young-led Atlanta Hawks. More about ATL vs UTA Dream11 will be given below.
Hawks have not been at their best. Inconsistencies have plagued the time and Trae Young has been off-the-mark from three. Capela’s production has taken a hit this season although Hunter and Reddish have shown glimmers of high-scoring output. The frontline depth off the bench is not up-to-the-mark but John Collins can hold the fort as the starting PF. Can Hawks find some momentum?
Jazz finished with the best season record in the league last season. Utah Jazz brought back the same core and is off to a hot start once again. A 25+ PPG scorer like Mitchell, shooters like Conley and Bogdanovic with the reigning sixth player of the year Jordan Clarkson form a formidable scoring lineup. On the other hand, Rudy Gobert hoards boards, plays elite defense, and can hit inside shots. This is a complete team with a strong bunch unit but Gobert and their defensive stalwart Royce O’Neale have been injured. Will the impact the current form?
Home: Atlanta Hawks
Visitors: Utah Jazz
Match Timing: 5 November, @ 05:00 AM
Venue: State Farm Arena
The contest will take place at State Farm Arena, which is the home floor for the Atlanta Hawks.
Atlanta Hawks | Utah Jazz
Games: 07| 08
Wins: 06| 04
Defeats: 01| 04
Donovan Mitchell is an Ace at the offensive end but is QUESTIONABLE for the game.
Trae Young can put in points and dish assists.
*Last match stats*
Trae Young (ATL)
Trae has not been fluent from beyond the arc, shooting just 27.0% from there so far. He has been at his best dishing the ball but the team needs his shooting to stitch together something substantial. Will Trae bounce back in this game?
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 42-59
Donovan Mitchell (UTA)
Donovan has bagged 36, 28, and 30 points in the last three games and this kind of production is not surprising. He is one of the best scorers at two-guard and can take over the game with both his shooting and driving abilities. He will have to conjure up another big season in this deep Western Conference to make a big run in the Playoffs. Do note that he is QUESTIONABLE for the game.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 45-59
Capela’s scoring is down and his overall production has not been like last season. However, he had a strong game versus the Nets and will like to build some momentum heading ahead.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 24-30
The All-Star Point Guard is shooting an impressive 48%+ from the three-point while averaging 16 PPG+. The guard is not collecting assists like before but is always a threat to score from the floor.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 27-39
Hunter missed the major chunk of the season in the 2020-21 window and he is still recovering from the injury. He had a monster night vs Brooklyn and will look to gain some steam moving ahead.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 24-37
Bojan is heading for another 15-17 PPG season right now and he along with Mitchell and Conley are all big-time shooters. Bogdanovic can also chip in points through other measures but opens his offensive game largely with his shooting.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-40
Like his brother, Bogdan is also an effective three-point shooter. He will like to have around 13-14 PPG this season and bolster the off-guard position for the Hawks.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 28-35
Jordan is one of the most versatile scorers in the league with an effective three-point shot. However, that shot was totally off in the last game as the guard was ice cold, missing all his 11 attempts from three. You can bank on Jordan to recover soon.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 28-37
Cam is having a terrific season, averaging 16 PPG but had a tough shooting night versus the Nets. Nonetheless, he is an explosive scorer who can score in bunches.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 12-19
Hassan is PROBABLE for this game but if he plays, he can manage around 20 minutes with Rudy out due to an injury. Although a shadow of his former self, Whiteside can still go big on boards and fill in some dunks.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 19-28
Collins has begun well once again, averaging 15.4 PPG, 9.7 RPG, 3.1 APG which showcases his huge talent. He can notch double-doubles on a regular basis.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 10-16
Joe is a solid guard off the bench who does a lot more than scoring and plays hard every minute. Has scored 3,5,9 in his last three games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 12-22
OTHER MAJOR PICKS
Eric Paschall reeled in 2 points, 3 rebounds in the last game.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 15-20
PF: John Collins
SF: DeAndre Hunter
C: Clint Capela
SG: Bogdan Bogdanovic
PG: Trae Young
BENCH: Bojan Bogdanovic, Cam Reddish, Kevin Huerter, Gorgui Dieng, Sharife Capoor, Onyeka Okongwu, Lou Williams, Delon Wright, , and Skyler Mays.
Atlanta Hawks Squad: Cam Reddish, Trae Young, DeAndre Hunter, John Collins, Kevin Huerter, Clint Capela, Danilo Gallinari, DeAndre Hunter, Gorgui Dieng, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Onyeka Okongwu, Lou Williams, Delon Wright, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarot, Sharife Cooper, Solomon Hill, , and Skyler Mays.
PF: Eric Paschall
SF: Bojan Bogdanovic
C: Hassan Whiteside
SG: Donovan Mitchell
PG: Mike Conley
BENCH: Royce O’Neale, Eric Paschall, Malik Fitts, Macio Teague, Udoka Azubuike, Jordan Clarkson, Trent Forrest, Miye Oni, Jared Butler, Rudy Gay, Elijah Hughes, Hassan Whiteside, Joe Ingles.
Utah Jazz Squad: Royce O’Neale, Elijah Hughes, Hassan Whiteside, Donovan Mitchell, Mike Conley, Eric Paschall, Malik Fitts, Macio Teague, Udoka Azubuike, Jordan Clarkson, Trent Forrest, Miye Oni, Jared Butler, Rudy Gay, Bojan Bogdanovic, Rudy Gobert, Joe Ingles.
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