GSW vs MIL Dream11

GSW vs MIL Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News

GSW vs MIL Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News
Milwaukee Bucks vs Golden State Warriors

 

MATCH DETAILS:
Match Timing: December 08, 2018, @ 08:00 AM IST
NBA Regular Season
Venue – Fiserv Forum
Capacity- 17,500

 

GSW vs MIL DREAM11 MATCH PREVIEW:

Golden State Warriors will be aiming to end their five-game road trip with a statement win as Milwaukee Bucks host the reigning champions at Fiserv Forum, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Saturday morning (IST).

 

Milwaukee Bucks:

Milwaukee Bucks can go 2-0 up against Golden State Warriors in a matter of less one month, and it will be some achievement for the team led by the young stalwart Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Bucks managed a seventh-place finish last season but were knocked in the first round of NBA playoffs by Boston Celtics.

This season, however, the team looks well-oiled and more experienced and will pose a great threat to the teams like Boston Celtics and Toronto Raptors for the Eastern Conference championship.

Antetokounmpo is one more season old, and his immense points per game is proof of that. While the likes of Khris Middleton, Eric Bledsoe and Malcolm Brogdon are talented enough to make the team more of a solid outfit rather than a ‘one-man team’.

 

Golden State Warriors:

Golden State Warriors beat their old nemesis Cleveland Cavaliers 105-129 to split their last 10 matches. However what’s quite remarkable is that all those five wins have come in the last six games. It was a period in the past which forced Steve Kerr to admit that this was the worst phase in his Golden State Warriors career.

But superstar Stephen Curry is back and is playing at a level which fetched him two NBA MVP awards in as many seasons just two years ago. While Kevin Durant has made amends for his slow start by some insane games where he single-handedly grubbed his team out of the bad phase.

Coming into this match, the Dubs are 4th in the Western Conference. Denver Nuggets are the early pacesetters who are leading at 17-7. Steve Kerr’s men can move to 2nd if they manage to win this match.

 

Regular Season Record-
Milwaukee Bucks: W-13, L-9
Golden State Warriors: W-17, L-9

 

Players to watch out for:
Milwaukee Bucks:
Giannis Antetoukounmpo – The 23-year-old is a leader at Milwaukee Bucks despite playing alongside the likes of Khris Middleton, more seasoned players. But he is a unique talent and they come in short supply as well.
The Greek star is racking up 27.0 points per game, and his contribution of 13.0 rebounds per game ranks as the highest as well.
Khris Middleton – The 27-year-old star was missing from the action in the last match with may reporting in the media that the head coach Mike Budenholzer has given his star a day off.
He is expected to feature in this match.
The Charleston-born star is dropping 18.5 points per game this season. He should be in your NBA fantasy team.

 

Golden State Warriors:

Stephen Curry – The two-time NBA MVP is back with a bang and now is doing what he is good at and that is to kill teams with his points. The 30-year-old is going for a massive 30.2 points per game and is still fresh from dismantling old nemesis Cleveland Cavaliers form his 42-point show in the last match.
Kevin Durant – He is not second by any means, and is a current great who is trying his best to etch his name amongst the very best. The former Oklahoma City Thunder star is dropping equally impressive 29.8 points per game and is also going for 7.8 rebounds and 6.3 assists per game as well. An indispensable part of Warriors.

 

GSW vs MIL DREAM11 TEAM NEWS:
Milwaukee Bucks:
Injured – Twenty-seven-year-old Power Forward John Henson is still out with a wrist injury and will not be playing in this match.
Questionable – Forward Ersan Ilyasova suffered a concussion in the match against Chicago Bulls. He has missed the last two games but has been upgraded to questionable ahead of this match. The 31-year-old is likely to be assessed ahead of the match.
Superstar Khris Middleton was benched in the last match but is expected to feature here.
Suspended – None.

 

Golden State Warriors:
Injured – Steve Kerr is still missing his best defensive player as Draymond Green will once again be not with the squad. The 28-year-old is suffering from a toe injury.
The surprise package of the season, Damian Jones has been ruled out as well with a muscle tear, while DeMarcus Cousins is still recovering from an Achilles Tendon injury he suffered last season with New Orleans Pelicans.
Questionable – Alfonzo McKinnie, meanwhile, is carrying a foot injury and will be assessed ahead of the match.
Suspended – None.

GSW vs MIL Dream11 Teams (Probables):

  • Milwaukee Bucks: Giannis Antetokounmpo (F), Khris Middleton / Tony Snell (F), Brook Lopez (C), Eric Bledsoe (G), Malcolm Brogdon (G)
  • Golden State Warriors: Kevin Durant (F), Andre Iguodala (F), Kevon Looney (C), Klay Thompson (G), Stephen Curry (G)

 

From the bench:

  • Milwaukee Bucks: Pat Connaughton, Ersan Ilyasova, Thon Maker, John Henson, Matthew Dellavedova, Sterling Brown, Donte DiVincenzo, Christian Wood, Jaylen Morris, D. J. Wilson
  • Golden State Warriors: Quinn Cook, Jonas Jerebko, Damion Lee, Shaun Livingston, Jordan Bell, Kevon Looney, Jacob Evans, Marcus Derrickson

 

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GSW vs MIL DREAM11 Fantasy Team:

 

INDIA FANTASY PREDICTION:

Warriors have successfully weathered the little storm in the absence of Stephen Curry. Steve Kerr’s men are in good form and Bucks will present a stern test of their recent revival.
However, Dubs can do wonders on the Basketball court and an away win is our call.

 

NOTE: THIS GSW vs MIL DREAM11 MATCH PREVIEW IS BASED ON OUR RESEARCH AND UNDERSTANDING FROM VARIOUS NEWS SOURCES. YOU CAN SELECT YOUR OWN PLAYING 11 ON THE BASIS OF TEAM NEWS.

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