GSW vs CHI Dream11:NBA’s sensational season is in full steam right now and we have already seen some excruciating battles. In this game, two cross-conference teams and two incredibly talented squads tackle each other. In this game, Golden State Warriors will face Chicago Bulls in a high-octane match-up.
Warriors have a strong backcourt of Poole and Curry with Wiggins, Green, and Looney, three terrific defensive players in the frontcourt. Bulls have the backcourt of Ball and LaVine with a frontcourt of DeRozan and Javonte Green. They have two isolation scorers in LaVine and DeRozan who can put up 20+ most nights. Off the bench, both teams have two-way players like Caruso, Iguodala, and Porter Jr.
Host: Golden State Warriors
Visitors: Chicago Bulls
Match Timing: 13 November, @ 08:30 AM
Venue: Chase Center
Golden State Warriors are number four in the Points Allowed per Game, restricting opponents to 102.3 PPG. The team also scores the most amount of points with 115.9 PPG, shooting an impressive 47.2% FG. The team also pulls down around 48.3 rebounds, which is tied for league-high in boards. What makes this team work? Defensive stalwarts like Green, Looney, Wiggins, Iguodala, and Porter Jr. with Curry and Poole fighting out in the backcourt. With an offensive legend like Curry, a budding Jordan Poole, a stable scorer Wiggins, and a deep bench, the Warriors are torching this league.
Chicago Bulls are as good as a defensive team as the Golden State Warriors, allowing 102.4 PPG, which is the nearly same as the Warriors. LaVine and DeRozan are offensive machines and tagged along by a shooter like Ball, they form a formidable 1-3 pairing. However, an injury to Nikola Vucevic has hurt the team as he provides around 13 PPG and 10 RPG, meaning now the frontline will be tested. Will Tony Bradley start or will the Bulls go small-ball?
Golden State Warriors| Chicago Bulls
Games: 11| 11
Wins: 10| 08
Defeats: 01| 03
Golden State Warriors Team News
Warriors Expected Starting Five
PF: Draymond Green SF: Andrew Wiggins C: Kevon Looney
SG: Jordan Poole PG: Stephen Curry
BENCH: Klay Thompson, Jonathan Kuminga, James Wiseman, Juan Toscano-Anderson, Gary Payton II, Moses Moody, Otto Porter Jr., Nemanja Belica, Damion Lee.
Chicago Bulls News:
Bulls Expected Starting Five
PF: Javonte Green SF: DeMar DeRozan C: Tony Bradley
SG: Zach LaVine PG: Lonzo Ball
BENCH: Alex Caruso, Derrick Jones Jr., Troy Brown Jr., Ayo Dosummo, Tyler Cook, Alize Johnson, Matt Thomas, Devon Dotson, Marko Simonovic, Coby White.
Zach LaVine (CHI)
This has to be the best squad LaVine has played all his career. His offensive seasons are finally paying dividends and he has scoring help from DeMar in terms of isolation plays. Zach has scored 23 points or more in the last 7 games. He can be selected as a Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 NBA Fantasy scenario
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 33-46
Curry needs no introduction to NBA fans, he is hands down the best shooter of our generation. However, he is also much more than a scorer. Curry has dished 6-10 assists in four of the five games has averaged around 5 rebounds in those games and had 50 points in a couple of games ago.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 36-73
DeMar DeRozan (CHI)
DeMar fits into the Bulls system well and he has been making a difference for the club. He has scored 25 points or more four times in the last five games, including two 37 points outings. Can he sustain that momentum throughout the season?
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 34-43
Andrew Wiggins (GSW)
Wiggins is one of the most consistent scorers in the league. Although he usually hovers between 15-20 points, his last game performance showcases that he can also every now and then chip in for more scoring.
Expected Fantasy Points Range 25-36
Alex Caruso (CHI)
One can argue that Alex has been responsible for the current stellar Bulls record. The guard is a top pick because of how many things he does for you on the floor. Caruso is a pound-for-pound player and averages 2.6 SPG this season.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 19-30
Poole is a bonafide scorer in this league and his rise has been one of the reasons why the Warriors are sending the currents. He has scored 25 or more points in three of the last five games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 20-30
PG: S Curry(SP), A Caruso
SG: A Iguodala, J Poole, Z LaVine
SF: D Jones
PF: D DeRozan(PP)
C: K Looney