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GSW vs TOR Dream11 NBA Prediction – NBA Finals – Game-4 | Golden State Warriors vs Toronto Raptors Fantasy Team

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With the injuries creeping up on Golden State Warriors, Toronto Raptors didn't shower any mercy on them as they registered a comfortable 109-123 win in Game-3, taking a 2-1 lead in the NBA finals.

The fourth game will be played at the home of the defending champions, Oracle Arena.

  • Quick Bites:
    • The 109-123 loss in the last game was Warriors' first home defeat in the finals in more than three years.

    • Warriors have never lost two consecutive home games in the NBA finals since 2014.
    • After the win in the last game, Raptors are now 4-1 against Warriors this season (2-0 in the regular season and 2-1 in this series).
    • Stephen Curry dropped 47 points in defeat, with his efforts being the eighth-highest total in NBA finals history.

Regular Season Record-
Golden State Warriors:
W-57, L-25
Toronto Raptors:
W-58, L-24

Golden State Warriors vs Toronto Raptors regular season stats comparison (Per Game):

Warriors | Raptors

Games: 82 | 82
Points: 117.7 | 114.4
Field Goals%: 49.1 | 47.4
3-Point%: 38.5 | 36.6
Free Throws%: 80.1 | 80.4
Rebounds: 46.2 | 45.2
Assists: 29.4 | 25.4
Turnovers: 14.3 | 14.0
Steals: 7.6 | 8.3
Blocks: 6.4 | 5.3

Based on the above stats, Warriors look favorite to win the game. But the games are decided on the performance the players bring out on that particular day, and up until now, it's Raptors who did more than the Warriors in this series.

2019 Playoff stats:

Warriors | Raptors

Games: 19 | 21
Points: 115.9 | 106.4
Field Goals%: 47.9 | 44.4
3-Point%: 33.3 | 33.8
Free Throws%: 83.0 | 82.9
Rebounds: 43.8 | 42.6
Assists: 28.6 | 22.6
Turnovers: 14.5 | 8.0
Steals: 7.6| 8.0

This series:

Warriors | Raptors

Total points: 327 | 345
Total Rebounds: 121 | 125
Total Assists: 90 | 72

It's Raptors who have outperformed in the last three games.

Players to watch out for: (Captain options)

Golden State Warriors:
Stephen Curry –
He gave his absolute best in the last game, scoring a magnificent 47 points. But without his all-star teammates, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson, he had too much to do in the offensive department. There's no denying that he is one of the best of all-time.

Numbers that matter:

  • Stephen Curry’s numbers:
    • Points Per Game:
      Regular Season – 27.3 (6th best this season)
      Playoffs (2019) – 28.5 (5th best in the playoffs)
    • Assists Per Game:
      Regular Season – 5.2 (37th best amongst all players this season)
      Playoffs (2019) – 5.6 (13th best in the playoffs)
    • Rebounds Per Game:
      Regular Season – 5.3(97th on the list)
      Playoffs (2019) – 6.3 (36th best)

Points earned in the last five games: 70.1, 40.6, 47.5, 70.1, 42,7

While in the last five games his numbers read:
Points: 47, 23, 34, 37, 36
Rebounds: 8, 3, 5, 13, 6
Assists: 7, 4, 5, 11, 3

Warriors' X-Factor:

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Klay Thompson –
If Warriors are to win the game, he has to play. His absence was quite evident in Game-3 as Warriors had nothing to offer from the perimeter, except Curry who more often than not was being caged.

If he plays, he can draw the defense away from Curry, leaving his Splash brother with space to weave his magic.


Toronto Raptors:

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Kawhi Leonard –
Favorite to win this season's NBA finals MVP. Though Stephen Curry will have a say for the finals MVP, it's a foregone conclusion that behind Toronto Raptors' first ever ride to the NBA finals, he has been a force.

Numbers that matter:

  • Points Per Game:
    Regular Season – 26.6 (Seventh best amongst all players this season)
    Playoffs (2019)31.9 (3rd best in the playoffs)
  • Assists Per Game:
    Regular Season – 3.3 (87th best on the list)
    Playoffs (2019) – 3.8 (29th best in the playoffs)
  • Rebounds Per Game:
    Regular Season – 7.3 (50th best on the list)
    Playoffs (2019) – 8.8 (13th best)

Points earned in the last five games: 55.4, 56.3, 41.1, 63.9, 61.9


While in the last five games his numbers read:
Points: 30, 34, 23, 27, 35
Rebounds: 7, 14, 8, 17, 7
Assists: 6, 3, 5, 7, 9

Toronto's X-Factor:

There have been too many in the playoffs. Fred VanVleet looks like he is playing at another level, while Danny Green erupted into a being which he hardly managed to bring out in the 2019 playoffs.

Kyle Lowry, sometimes, plays like a leader, taking control of the scoring duties whenever the situation demanded.

Combination 1:
PG: VanVleet, Quinn Cook, Stephen Curry (C)
SG: Danny Green
SF: Andre Iguodala
PF: Pascal Siakam, Draymond Green
C: Marc Gasol

Combination 2:

PG: VanVleet, Stephen Curry (C)
SG: Danny Green, Klay Thompson
SF: Andre Iguodala
PF: Pascal Siakam
C: Marc Gasol, DeMarcus Cousins

Golden State Warriors:

Injured – Kevin Durant will miss yet another game in the playoffs.
Questionable Steve Kerr said that he is hopeful about having Klay Thompson for the fourth game in the series. The 28-year-old missed the last game with a hamstring injury.


Toronto Raptors:
Injured – OG Anunoby is the only player spending his time in the treatment room at the moment.

Questionable – None.
Suspended – None.

GSW vs TOR Dream11 Teams (Starting Lineup; Probables):

  • Golden State Warriors: Draymond Green (F), Andre Iguodala (F), Damian Jones / Kevon Looney (C), Stephen Curry (G), Klay Thompson (G)
  • Toronto Raptors: Kawhi Leonard (F), Pascal Siakam (F), Marc Gasol (C), Kyle Lowry (G), Danny Green (G)


From the bench (Probables):

  • Golden State Warriors: Kevon Looney, Shaun Livingston, Jonas Jerebko, Alfonzo McKinnie, Quinn Cook, Jordan Bell, Andrew Bogut
  • Toronto Raptors: Serge Ibaka, Fred VanVleet, Norman Powell


Golden State Warriors will start the game as favorites.

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