GSW vs PHX Dream11: Take two, Suns vs Warriors! After the Suns beat Warriors in a low-scorer, the Warriors will now host the Suns for another riveting match-up. Suns have the league’s best record with 19 wins and just 3 losses while Warriors are not far behind with 18 wins and 4 losses, talk about being close!
The Suns are now on an 18 game winning streak and they have beaten mighty squads like the Nets and Warriors along the way. Phoenix has lost Devin Booker to an injury but the team depth looks imposing even without him. Can their streak finally be broken by the Warriors?
Warriors are playing some elite brand of basketball this season. Barring Suns, no squad could hold them under 100 this season and the team depth looks fantastic with Klay Thompson’s recovery knocking on the door. Can the team avenge its last loss against the Suns?
Host: Golden State Warriors
Visitors: Phoenix Suns
Match Timing: 4 December, @ 08:30 AM
Venue: Chase Center
Phoenix: Deep without Book too
With the absence of Devin Booker, you lose 25-30 points per game. So what? You have bench players like Cameron Johnson, Payne, and Shamet more than making up for it and can notch around 45-55 points regularly. With Ayton and Bridges in the fray, Suns can mount up 30-35 points or so while Crowder is a solid defender. McGee completes the frontline depth and there is no surprise that the Suns are rolling right now. Their defense with players like Paul, Bridges, Crowder, and Ayton can’t be taken lightly either
Warriors: Primetime team with superb depth as well
Without Klay in the picture, the Warriors have mounted up an intimidating campaign. Curry is Curry, he gets 25-35 points regularly. But it is Poole who has stepped up for big-time scoring, averaging around 20. Wiggins continues to pound 18-25 points consistently while Draymond is the Point Forward who can dish out assists even more times than Curry. Otto Porter Jr. has scored in double figures during three straight games while a dependable defender like Kevin Looney can hustle out for the Warriors. The Warriors are loaded with offensive talent and can deploy a hard-nosed defense as well.
Phoenix Suns | Golden State Warriors
Games: 22| 21
Wins: 19| 18
Defeats: 03| 03
Golden State Warriors Team News
Warriors Expected Starting Five
Wings: PF: Draymond Green SF: Andrew Wiggins
Middle: C: Kevon Looney
Guards: SG: Jordan Poole PG: Stephen Curry
BENCH: Jonathan Kuminga, James Wiseman, Juan Toscano-Anderson, Gary Payton II, Moses Moody, Otto Porter Jr., Nemanja Belica, Damion Lee.
Phoenix Suns Team News
Suns Expected Starting Five
Wings: PF: Jae Crowder SF: Mikal Bridges
Middle: C: DeAndre Ayton
Guards: SG: Landry Shamet PG: Chris Paul
BENCH: Jalen Smith, Abdul Nader, Chandler Hutchinson, JaVale McGee, Elfrid Payton, Chasson Randle, Cameron Johnson, Dario Saric, Cameron Payne, Ismail Wainright.
CP-3 is the floor general for the Suns’ team and keeps the high-quality offense rolling. The guard leads the league in assists with over 10 a game and can trickle in 10-15 points regularly.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 48-60
Curry had a tough four out of 21 shooting outing versus the Suns last time around. Still, the guard has shown his capacity to bounce back from such nights and you can expect 25-35 points, 4-6 rebounds, and 5-7 assists on most nights from Steph. He can be selected as a Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 NBA Fantasy scenario.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 47-70
Deandre Ayton (PHX)
Not much you can do when the Paul-Ayton Pick and Roll combo is in full flow. The Center has scored 15-20 points and scooped up 10-15 rebounds regularly each game.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-49
Draymond is one of the most versatile players to ever play the game. The rugged point Foward can line up 8-12 points, 8-12 rebounds, and 5-10 assists regularly.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-44
Jordan has upped his game this season and is an early candidate for the “Sixth Man of the Year” Award. Poole has breached the 20 points mark regularly and you can expect 15-20 points on average regularly from him.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-47
With Booker out of the picture, you can expect Mikal’s averages to take a further boost. The most impressive part recently has been that the wing has collected 4 or more steals in three straight games!
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 27-45
PG: S Curry(PP), C Paul(SP), G Payton
SG: L Shamet
SF: A Wiggins, C Johnson
PF: J Crowder
C: D Ayton
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Ah, unfortunately, this primetime game will not be broadcast by Sony Six or Sony Live due to the contract dispute with the NBA. Still, don’t worry! Catch the action on the NBA League Pass, you can take the annual subscription or simply buy these primetime battle viewing rights! Take a look at the score by going through the official website of the NBA.