IND vs PHI Dream11: The Eastern Conference seems to have acquired quite a lot of depth in recent season. In this Eastern Conference match-up, Indiana Pacers take on the Philadelphia 76ers. Pacers have a losing record now and have lost a wealth of close games so far. Meanwhile, the Philly squad has suffered a lot of absentees due to COVID-19 largely but still holds a strong record.
Indiana boasts of a talented backcourt in Brogdon and Duarte, backed up by a scintillating TJ McConnell. The frontline of Sabonis and Turner can also provide substantial returns but the wing position is a tad suspect in absence of TJ Warren. Philly has a host of top-notch shooters including Maxey, Curry, Milton, and Korkmaz paired up with a sturdy frontline of Harris, Embiid, Drummond, and Reed. The Sixers have done well without their All-Star guard Ben Simmons.
Host: Indiana Pacers
Visitors: Philadelphia 76ers
Match Timing: 14 November, @ 05:30 AM
Venue: Bankers Life FieldHouse
Pacers are right in the middle of the pack scoring-wise, compounding around 109 PPG every game with an appreciable FG% of 46.5, meaning the team can produce quality offense. Their lack of wins comes from the lack of defense, where the team squanders about 108 PPG and allows opponents to shoot 45%. However, the team boasts of a strong rebounding unit and allows third-least RPG at 42.5
76ers campaign has been marred because of COVID-19, prior to that the team stood at the top of East with an 8-2 record. The Philly outfit allows around 105 PPG, being number 10 or so in that regard. The team scored around 110 PPG range and both the offense and defense are better when Joel Embiid is on the floor. Philly needs some relief here from COVID-16 for sure.
Indiana Pacers| Philadelphia 76ers
Games: 13| 13
Wins: 05| 08
Defeats: 08| 05
Indiana Pacers Team News
Pacers Expected Starting Five
PF: Domantas Sabonis SF: Justin Holiday C: Myles Turner
SG: Chris Duarte PG: Malcolm Brogdon
BENCH: TJ McConnell, Caris LeVert, Jeremy Lamb, Torrey Craig, Isaiah Jackson, DeJon Jarreau, Goga Bitadze, Kelan Martin, Brad Wanamaker, TJ Warren, Duane Washington Jr.
Sixers Expected Starting Five
PF: Tobias Harri SF: Danny Green C: Andre Drummond
SG: Seth Curry PG: Tyrese Maxey
BENCH: Charles Bassey, Gary Clark, Isaiah Joe, Joel Embiid, Georges Niang, Aaron Henry, Furkan Korkmaz, Shake Milton, Filip Petrusev, Paul Reed, Grant Riller, Jaden Springer, Matisse Tyhbulle.
Malcolm Brogdon(IND )
It is clear that Malcolm has established himself as one of the prominent players in the league. Brogdon has scored 25 points or more in three of the last five games. He has also dished 5.6 APG, 5.8 RPG in the last five games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 40-49
Maxey has assumed the PG role for the Sixers in the absence of Ben Simmons and what a stellar job he is performing! The guard is one fire and has lodged 30 points or more twice in a row.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 31-47
TJ McConnell (IND )
TJ has been playing some of the best basketball of his career right now. McConnell has scored in 16-21 points range in the last four games and is one of the best playmakers in the league.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 29-42
Andre Drummond (PHI)
Drummond has stepped up in absence of Embiid and has gobbled up numerous boards by now. He is a starting-level player and has piled up 19 RPG in the last three games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 26-44
Domantas Sabonis (IND )
Sabonis is one of the best all-around bigs in the league. He performs a major role at the big Forward position in this league. Sabonis is averaging 13.6 PPG, 11 RPG, 3 APG in the last five games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-45
Tobias is a stabilizer at the big Forward spot for this Sixers team. He has scored in 17-23 points range in the last four games while pulling down 8.25 RPG in that period.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 32-46
PG: T Maxey, M Brogdon(SP)
SG: C Duarte
SF: J Holiday
PF: T Harris(PP), D Sabonis
C: A Drummond, M Turner