DET vs MIL Dream11: Milwaukee Bucks hit the road as they play against the fellow Eastern Conference rival Detroit Pistons in the NBA 2019-20 regular season match at Little Caesars Arena in Midtown Detroit, on Thursday morning.
Who will win today match: Form and the recent result:
Detroit Pistons: How underwhelming and substandard Detroit Pistons have been this season is clear from the fact that the 127-94 win over Cleveland Cavaliers in the last game was their 2nd consecutive win that equalled their best streak of the current season. For a team which has more than a decent roster, and Considering Detroit Pistons
Milwaukee Bucks: The Bucks, meanwhile, continue to raise their ceiling this season and currently boast the best run in the whole NBA. Giannis Antetokounmpo is playing like a beast who will be quenched by nothing other than the title and the ultimate personal glory. The Bucks are 9-1 in home matches and 9-2 in away games this season.
Milwaukee Bucks hold an advantage over Detroit Pistons in the head-to-head record and also come into this game looking to extend its five-game winning run against their next opponent.
In fact, the Bucks have won 10 times in the last 12 games against the Pistons.
Total Games: 246
Detroit Pistons: 112
Milwaukee Bucks: 134
Host: Detroit Pistons
Visitors: Milwaukee Bucks
Match Timing: December 05, @05:30 AM
Venue: Little Caesars Arena
Sony Sports Network has the exclusive rights to broadcast select NBA matches in India, while the premier viewers can also catch the action live on the SonyLiv app.
Giannis Antetokounmpo: The Greek-Freak is a non-nonsense choice all day long. He is the reigning NBA MVP and from what we have seen from the season so far, looks like he could end up defining his personal crown. He is averaging 31.1 points per game this season, and also leads the team in rebounds (13.7) and steals (1.5).
Points Per Game: 25.9
Rebounds Per Game: 7.8
Assists Per Game: 5.3
Steals Per Game: 1.9
Blocks Per Game: 0.8
Khris Middleton: The 2nd best player for the Bucks this season and he is yet to hit the standard he set last season.
Points Per Game: 17.4
Rebounds Per Game: 5.4
Assists Per Game: 3.1
Steals Per Game: 0.9
Blocks Per Game: 0.1
Blake Griffin: His numbers may have dropped a bit this season, but he is somebody who can pull the absolute rabbit out of the hat. He is leading the team with 18.5 points per game this season.
Points Per Game: 18.5
Rebounds Per Game: 4.8
Assists Per Game: 3.6
Steals Per Game: 0.3
Blocks Per Game: 0.4
Andre Drummond: He is a beast inside the paint. He is leading the whole NBA in rebounds with 17.1 per game. It will quite the battle between him and Giannis.
Points Per Game: 17.1
Rebounds Per Game: 17.1
Assists Per Game: 3.1
Steals Per Game: 1.5
Blocks Per Game: 1.8
Detroit Pistons: The Pistons are without Reggie Jackson (lower back injury) and Khyri Thomas (foot injury) for the next game against the Bucks. No other injury problems for the hosts.
Detroit Pistons squad: Andre Drummond, Thon Maker, Luke Kennard, Langston Galloway, Blake Griffin, Tony Snell, Bruce Brown, Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, Christian Wood, Sekou Doumbouya, Derrick Rose, Markieff Morris, Tim Frazier, Joe Johnson
Milwaukee Bucks Team News: Sterling Brown has been upgraded to questionable ahead of the tilt against the Pistons, which means, he will be evaluated before the game.
Bucks’ big-man Brook Lopez missed the last two games against Charlotte Hornets and New York Knicks due to a sore back and is still a doubt.
Milwaukee Bucks squad: Giannis Antetokounmpo, George Hill, Ersan İlyasova, Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Pat Connaughton, Donte DiVincenzo, Kyle Korver, Brook Lopez (Questionable), Eric Bledsoe, Robin Lopez, Frank Mason, Wesley Matthews, Khris Middleton, D. J. Wilson
To get exclusive fantasy tips, enter your name and phone number below.
PF: Blake Griffin
SF: Tony Snell
C: Andre Drummond
PG: Luke Kennard
SG: Bruce Brown Jr.
PF: Giannis Antetokounmpo
SF: Khris Middleton
C: Brook Lopez / Robin Lopez
PG: Eric Bledsoe
SG: Wesley Matthews
Detroit Pistons: Derrick Rose, Joe Johnson, Markieff Morris, Langston Galloway, Thon Maker, Christian Wood, Sviatoslav Mykhauliuk, Tim Frazier, Sekou Doumbouya
Milwaukee Bucks: D. J. Wilson, George Hill, Pat Connaughton, Kyle Korver, Ersan İlyasova, Robin Lopez, Frank Mason III, Donte DiVincenzo, Dragan Bender, Thanasis Antetokounmpo
Milwaukee Bucks are on a roll at the moment and boast the best away record in NBA heading into this game. We back Giannis Antetokounmpo and Co. to win the game here.