Australia vs USA FIBA U-19 Basketball World Cup Live: The hype around the U-19 basketball World Cup is at its peak and there have already been some super games to kickstart the tournament. Australia has split their first two games while the USA has overcome their opponents in both of their games. Australia comes into the game after losing a thriller to Turkey despite a 15 points outing by Bawali Bayles, meanwhile, the USA made a mockery of Mali and ascended in a superb team effort. More details about AUS U-19 vs USA U-19 Dream11 will be given here.
Match Timing: 6 July @ 11:00 PM
Venue: Riga, Riga Olympic Center
Watch on Youtube.com/FIBA and follow the score on fiba.basketball/world/u19/2021.
Games: 02| 02
Wins: 01| 02
Defeats: 01| 00
USA has been at the zenith of basketball at all levels of competition and has proven time and time again they are for real. It is not a surprise that the USA has won their first two games and it will not be a surprise if they beat the Aussies. Australia is a talented squad but USA can be too much for any team in the competition.
Australia U-19 News:
Status Out: None.
Status Questionable: None.
Australia U-19 active roster: Taran Armstrong, Biwali Bayles, Reyne Smith, Tamuri Slim Wigness, Jaylin Galloway, Blake Jones, Bol Dengdit, Dyson Daniels, Toluawayei Adebayo, Akoldah Gah, Wena Davis Okwera, Yaak Yaak.
USA U-19 News:
Status Out: No one has been ruled out.
Status Questionable: Nothing further to report so far.
USA U-19 active roster: Kennedy Chandler, Michael Miles, Adam Miller, Chet Holmgren, Peyton Watson, Jaden Ivey, Jonathan Davis, Kenneth Lofton Jr., Caleb Furst, Harrison Ingram, Ryan Kalkbrenner, Patrick Baldwin Jr.
Projected Fantasy Points: 30
Ivey is a terrific Point Guard, who can handle the ball well, has a quick release and also has prime-time athleticism. His ability to steal the ball and be a one-man fastbreak makes him a lethal player of the highest caliber. He deployed every move in the book against Mali and ended up with 14 points and 2 steals, making him one of the candidates for Super-Player in Dream11 basketball setup.
Daniels is an incredible player who can score, rebound, and also pick up playmaking duties. Dyson is also a terrific defensive player which makes him a complete package with a lot of potentials. He managed 14 points, 8 assists, and 6 rebounds versus Turkey.
Chet is a 7’1″ player who can stretch the floor with his terrific shooting touch, can rebound the ball at a high clip, and also dish out assists. Although he will need to increase the moves in his arsenal and bulk up for future professional endeavors, he oozes with potential. He picked up 11 points and 4 assists against Mali.
Galloway is an incredible long-range bomber and has shown that he can rack up points in a hurry. He is also a great defender who can pick the pockets of the opposing players. Jaylin picked 14 points and 3 steals against Turkey.
Patrick Baldwin Jr.: PPG: 9.0 RPG: 6.0 PFP: 20
Baldwin Jr. is a live wire off the bench and he can be an effective scorer and rebounder on a consistent basis. He scooped up 11 points and 7 rebounds versus Mali.
Biwali Bayles: PPG: 12.0 APG: 3.0 RPG: 3.0 SPG: 2.0 PFP: 30
Bayles can score, rebound, and distribute the ball off the bench. He claimed 15 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 steals against Turkey.
Akoldah Gah: PPG: 10.5 RPG: 6.0 PFP: 20
Caleb Furst: PPG: 10.5 RPG: 6.0 PFP: 19
Kenneth Lofton Jr.: PPG: 9.5 RPG: 3.5 PFP: 18
PG: D Daniels(SP)
SG: J Ivey(PP)
SF: J Galloway, H Ingram, PB Jr.
PF: B Jones, K L Jr.
C: A Gak