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GSW vs TOR Dream11 NBA Prediction – NBA Playoffs NBA Finals – Game-2 | Toronto Raptors vs Golden State Warriors Fantasy Team

Toronto Raptors vs Golden State Warriors, NBA Finals, Prediction and Fantasy Team News

Toronto Raptors can take a giant step towards the ultimate NBA glory when they host defending champions Golden State Warriors in Game-2 of the NBA finals, looking to take a 2-0 lead in the series at Scotiabank Arena in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Monday morning (IST).


  • Toronto Raptors are playing in their first NBA finals series.
  • Not only Golden State Warriors started the NBA finals series on the road for the first time in 5 years, but the Game-1  loss was also the first that the Dubs have started the finals series on a losing note.
  • It was Pascal Siakam who did the talking in Game-1, dropping a team-high 32 points along with 8 rebounds.

  • Stephen Curry, per usual, was Warriors' best offensive player, as ended with a match-high 34 points efforts.


What competition it is? NBA Playoffs
Series: NBA Finals, Game-2, Raptors lead 1-0
The match will be played between Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors at Scotiabank Arena. The arena has a capacity of 19,800.
Match Day:
June 02, 2019, @ 05:30 AM IST

Broadcast details:

Sony Sports Network has the rights to stream NBA matches in India. Premier members can also catch the Live Action on SonyLiv App.

Regular Season Record-

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

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

Raptors | Bucks

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

Based on the above stats, who do you think is the favourite in this series. Tell us in the comments section.

2019 Playoff stats:

Raptors | Warriors

Games: 18 | 16
Points: 104.9 | 117.3
Field Goals%: 44.1 | 48.7
3-Point%: 34.5 | 37.0
Free Throws%: 81.8 | 81.9
Rebounds: 42.8 | 44.4
Assists: 22.4 | 28.5
Turnovers: 11.8 | 14.3
Steals: 8.0 | 7.6
Blocks: 4.5 | 6.0

The above stats show that Golden State Warriors are dominating the stats, which means selecting their players could fetch all the Dream11 fantasy players some crucial points.

Players to watch out for: (Captain options)

Kawhi Leonard – Golden State Warriors had a blueprint about how to stop the opponents' best players. Look for Damian Lillard and James Harden dropping effect in the last two series. Kawhi Leonard was at the receiving end of the same tactics from Steve Kerr as he employed a two-man strategy on him.

But it left space for his teammates, which the likes of Pascal Siakam took advantage of in the match.

Expect Kawhi to have more impact in this match.

Kawhi’s Numbers:

  • Points Per Game:
    Regular Season – 26.6 (Seventh best amongst all players this season)
    Playoffs (2019)31.2 (3rd best in the playoffs)
    Against Milwaukee Bucks – 37.0
  • Assists Per Game:
    Regular Season – 3.3 (87th best on the list)
    Playoffs (2019) – 3.8 (29th best in the playoffs)
    Against Milwaukee Bucks – 4.0
  • Rebounds Per Game:
    Regular Season – 7.3 (50th best on the list)
    Playoffs (2019) – 8.8 (13th best)

    Kawhi Leonard – Dream11 Points earned in the last five games:
    63.9, 61.9, 44.9, 58.3, 44.6

    While in the last five games his numbers read:
    Points: 27, 35, 19, 36, 31
    Rebounds: 17, 7, 7, 9, 8, 9
    Assists: 7, 9, 1, 5, 5, 2

Raptors’ X-FactorPascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet.

Image Credit @USA Today

Golden State Warriors:
Stephen Curry –
Kevin Durant‘s injury forced Stephen Curry to take the reins of this team once again, and now people and the NBA pundits have gone to the extent that perhaps Warriors are better off with Durant. For reasons that Curry is laying unbelievably well, like a candidate for the finals MVP.

Stephen Curry’s numbers:

  • Points Per Game:
    Regular Season – 27.3 (6th best this season)
    Playoffs (2019) – 27.3 (5th best in the playoffs)
    Against Toronto Raptors – 25.0
  • Assists Per Game:
    Regular Season – 5.2 (37th best amongst all players this season)
    Playoffs (2019) – 5.6 (13th best in the playoffs)
    Against Portland Trail Blazers – 5.7
  • Rebounds Per Game:
    Regular Season – 5.3(97th on the list)
    Playoffs (2019) – 6.3 (36th best)

    Dream11 NBA Points earned in the last five games: 37, 36, 37, 36, 33

    While in the last five games his numbers read:
    Points: 37, 36, 37, 36, 33
    Rebounds: 13, 6, 8, 6, 5
    Assists: 11, 3, 8, 7, 4

    Warriors’ X-Factor – It’s Draymond Green. One of the most versatile players, and perhaps one of the best defensive players of all time, Green will be key inside the paint when the Raptors have the possession. He will bring the points into the game as well.

Draymond Green. Image Credit @USA Today

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PG: Fred VanVleet
SG: Klay Thompson
SF: Kawhi Leonard (C), Alfonzo McKinnie
PF: Pascal Siakam, Draymond Green
C: Kevon Looney, Serge Ibaka

Toronto Raptors:
Injured – No fresh injury concerns for the hosts. The players out of contention at the moment are OG Anunoby (knee surgery) and Patrick McCaw (personal reasons).
Questionable None at the moment.
Suspended – None.

Warriors injury list:

Kevin Durant of Warriors. Image Credit @Twitter

Injured – According to the official news, Kevin Durant will be missing the Game-2 as well. He has been out of the action since suffering a knee injury in Game-5 of the Conference semifinals against Houston Rockets.

Demarcus Cousins played for 8 minutes in the last game and should be fine to start the game here.

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

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

From the bench (Probables):

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


Expect a more close game this time around and we back Warriors to edge this one.

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