NBA contains a caravan of scintillating players who work hard on their craft all day long. In this match, Steph Curry leads his Golden State Warriors against a budding Oklahoma City Thunder squad. More about GSW vs OKC Dream11 such as injury report, statistics, and Expected Fantasy Points Range will be given below.
Warriors saw their four-game winning streak end against a feisty Grizzlies. Still, Steph Curry has continued to rain down shots after shots this season while also being an all-around threat. Green continues to supply constant rebounding, playmaking, and defense. Meanwhile, Iguodala and Porter Jr. bring in amazing two-way energy off the bench. On the other hand, Wiggins continues to get in points and Damion Lee is clicking from long-range. Just the Center position is a bit thin at times.
Oklahoma City Thunder won their first in five games after a 25-point comeback win against the Lakers. Gilgeous-Alexander continues to be a potent offensive option while Giddey as a rookie shows promise. Bazley and Dort form a decent SF-PF tandem while the bench depth is suspect for the team. Thunder is likely heading towards a sub-30 win record this season
Home: Golden State Warriors
Visitors: Oklahoma City Thunder
Match Timing: 31 October, @ 06:00 AM
Venue: Chase Center
The contest will take place at the Chase Center which is the home floor of the Golden State Warriors. Opened in 2019, it has a seating capacity of 18,064.
Golden State Warriors | Oklahoma City Thunder
Games: 05| 05
Wins: 04| 01
Defeats: 01 | 04
Stephen Curry has been a superstar-level player for years. He is an option for Star/Pro Player in the Dream11 NBA fantasy lineup.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander produces a lot of points
*stats from the last game*
Stephen Curry (GSW)
Steph has displayed an all-around game this season and his scoring has remained similar sycthing. The guard is averaging an impressive 30.4 PPG, 8.0 RPG, 6.6 APG this season and has played like an MVP so far.
Expected Fantasy Points Rang: 54-70
Shai continues to be the oxygen on the offensive end for the Thunder. He leads the scoring with an average of 23.4 PPG and that is not a surprise at all.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 45-64
Draymond Green (GSW)
Green may not get a ton of points but her more than makes up for it through his rebounding, playmaking, and defense. Green is coming off a monster game in terms of fantasy points and has become a “must-have” player in that regard.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 40-52
Giddey leads the team in assists and the rookie is emerging as a strong player in the league. He is coming into this game after a points-assists double-double.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 26-35
Andrew Wiggins (GSW)
Wiggins continues to be a consistent 16-20 points scorer for his team and he has done a great job at supplying points. Wiggins also plays hard at the defensive end and gives a polished outlook at the SF spot.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 28-37
Derrick Favors (OKC)
Favors turned back the clock in the win versus the Lakers. He can still ball.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 11-20
Darius is a decent scorer and rebounder the big-Forward spot. He is coming off a big night versus the Lakers.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 26-38
Damion Lee (GSW)
Lee has been clicking from long-range and has bolstered the bench production for the Warriors. He has scored in double-digits during every game so far.
Expected Fantasy Points: 22-29
Luguentz Dort (OKC)
Dort scores around 10-13 points most nights and provides a decent option at the SF position. He did well in the last game versus the Lakers.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 20-27
Jordan Poole (GSW)
Jordan has scored 20 or more points in two games but is coming off a tough game versus the Grizzlies. He will look to bounce back from a 6 turnovers outing.
Expected Fantasy Points: 25-37
Isaiah Roby (OKC)
Will Roby receive more minutes after a strong performance against the Lakers?
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 11-20
Otto Porter Jr. (GSW)
Porter Jr. has not had a huge game yet but gives decent two-way value off-the-bench.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 10-16
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.
Golden State Warriors Squad: Stephen Curry, Andrew Wiggins, Jordan Poole, Klay Thompson, Jonathan Kuminga, Draymond Green, James Wiseman, Juan Toscano-Anderson, Kevon Looney, Gary Payton II, Moses Moody, Otto Porter Jr., Nemanja Bjelica, Damion Lee.
PF: Darius Bazley
SF: Luguentz Dort
C: Isaiah Roby
SG: Josh Giddey
PG: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
BENCH: Gabriel Deck, Mamadi Diakite, Rob Edwards, Derrick Favors, Ty Jerome, Vit Krejci, Theo Maledon, Mike Muscala, Aleksej Pokusveski, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Paul Watson, Kenrich Williams, Aaron Wiggins.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Josh Giddey, Luguentz Dort, Darius Bazley, Isaiah Roby, Gabriel Deck, Mamadi Diakite, Rob Edwards, Derrick Favors, Ty Jerome, Vit Krejci, Theo Maledon, Mike Muscala, Aleksej Pokusveski, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Paul Watson, Kenrich Williams, Aaron Wiggins.
Catch the live stream on NBA League Pass. Follow the score on the official website of the NBA.
No TV Channel in India will showcase the match but highlights will be available on the official Youtube channel of the NBA