GSW vs SAS Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News

Updated on: Nov 18, 2018 9:41 pm IST

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    GSW vs SAS Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News
    San Antonio Spurs vs Golden State Warriors


    Match Timing: November 19, 2018, @ 05:30 AM IST
    NBA Regular Season
    Venue – AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
    Capacity- 18,581



    San Antonio Spurs will look to snap their three-game losing streak against the mighty defending champion Golden State Warriors at AT&T Center, in San Antonio, Texas, on Monday morning (IST).


    San Antonio Spurs:

    San Antonio Spurs ended their three-game road-trip in a worst possible way, or maybe it was the worst outcome as Spurs ended up losing all those games. But the mannerism of that three performances should give head-coach Gregg Popovich a food for thought.

    In the last five games, Spurs have failed to touch the 100-point barrier on a staggering four times, and unsurprisingly, they lost three of those while the last game against Los Angeles Clippers was the first time in that period where they scored in excess of 100, but lost anyway as Clippers won 116-111 at Staples Center.

    Popovich’s men, however, showed some fight against an in-form Clippers team. The visitors were chasing the game all evening, and for most of the game failed to tackle the home team’s intensity and precision inside the paint.

    However, Spurs clawed their way back into the game on many occasions as they turned a 14 point deficit into a three-point advantage in the 2nd quarter. While Clippers’ 10 point lead was also cut down to level with just 73 seconds to go into the match. But as it turned out to be, Lou Williams nailed a three-pointer and condemned the visitors to yet another loss.

    It was their seventh and now Spurs at 10th in the Western Conference.


    Golden State Warriors:

    Golden State Warriors may have been looking like unbeatable at the start of the campaign, but sadly and for the good of other teams, it’s not the case anymore. But what’s more encouraging for all the NBA teams is that the Dubs do have a big chink in their unbreachable looking armour, and that goes by the name of Stephen Curry.

    The two-times NBA MVP isn’t with the squad these days as the 30-year-old superstar continues to recover from his groin injury, and that’s where the real problems started. Warriors are now looking like a team short on confidence, they play as if they are not comfortable on the court, their scoring boots looks lost as well, while the biggest worry is the team chemistry which, at this moment, looks devoid of any real warmth and friendship.

    The on-court tussle between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant may have cost the team something which can’t be bought by any amount of money. Steve Kerr must make sure that the empire he has built all these years does not fall apart because of the ego of some of his protege.


    Regular Season Record-
    San Antonio Spurs: W-7, L-7
    Golden State Warriors: W-12, L-4


    Players to watch out for:

    San Antonio Spurs:

    DeMar DeRozan – Successor to Kawhi Leonard and his contribution so far suggests that the former Toronto Raptors star has taken the role of man-to-go at Spurs with open arms. The 29-year-old is racking up 25.6 points per game this season. With warriors struggling and Kevin Durant not hitting his lofty heights, DeRozan could be your superstar player in your NBA fantasy team.

    LaMarcus Aldridge – He is the 2nd most influential player for San Antonio Spurs this seaosn. The 33-year-old forward is dropping 17.4 points per game, and his rebounds collection stacks at 11.0 per game.


    Golden State Warriors:

    Kevin Durant – He is Mr Indispensable-2 in Oakland for Golden State Warriors. The former Oklahoma City Thunder is too good a talent to be left out from your squad. Durant is dropping 27.5 points per game and accumulates a good number of rebounds and assists in every game. Surely a candidate to be your star player.
    Klay Thompson It looks as if he is tailor-made for the difficult situations and for Warriors, missing Stephen Curry is a haunting. But the less-famous Splash Brother erupts when the going gets tough and his recent showing confirms this notion. His career average is 19.3 but in the last five games, the 28-year-old is dropping points at 26.0 per game. Clearly a man in form.


    San Antonio Spurs:
    Injured – Both Dejounte Murray and Lonnie Walker IV are suffering from a knee injury and will not be involved in this match.

    Questionable – Rudy Gay was listed as questionable ahead of the last match against Clippers but he played and is expected to be involved in this match as well.
    Meanwhile, Pau Gasol’s situation remains day-to-day and he will be monitored ahead of this match.

    Suspended – None.


    Golden State Warriors:
    Injured – Stephen Curry remains sidelines due to his groin injury which he suffered in the 3rd quarter against the Los Angeles Clippers. The 30-year-old is a big miss and can’t be replaced by anybody in the team.
    Another big miss is Draymond Green who has a swollen toe and will be out of this match.
    Meanwhile, DeMarcus Cousins is still recovering from the Achilles Injury.
    Questionable – No player has been listed as questionable as of yet

    Suspended – None


    GSW vs SAS Dream11 Teams (Probables):

    • San Antonio Spurs: DeMar DeRozan (F), LaMarcus Aldridge (F), Dante Cunningham (C), Bryn Forbes (G), Derrick White (G)
    • Golden State Warriors: Kevin Durant (F), Jonas Jerebko (F), Damian Jones (C), Quinn Cook (G), Klay Thompson (G)


    From the bench:

    • San Antonio Spurs: Patty Mills, Rudy Gay, Marco Belinelli, Jakob Poeltl, Davis Bertans, Quincy Pondexter
    • Golden State Warriors: Alfonzo McKinnie, Jordan Bell, Andre Iguodala, Kevon Looney, Marcus Derrickson, Damion Lee, Jacob Evans


    GSW vs SAS DREAM11 Fantasy Team:


    If Golden State Warriors were at the risk of being labelled as the underdog in any match then this could be that match-up as the Warriors are suffering an injury crisis at the moment and seems to be struggling to play as a team.
    Gregg Popovich’s men are more than capable of taking advantage of this uncanny looking settings and they are our favourites as well.



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