LAC vs CHI Dream11: Two teams from two different conferences square off in this game. Here, Los Angeles Clippers take on the Chicago Bulls in a cross-conference tussle. The Clippers are on a seven-game win streak while the Bulls have double wins than losses, meaning both teams have begun in a rousing fashion.
Los Angeles Clippers is a veteran team. Bledsoe and Jackson, two guards have been playing for many years. Paul George is an experienced superstar, Batum is also a veteran player while Zubac also has substantial experience. Off the bench, Mann and Kennard have chipped in with substantial returns. Bulls boast of two all-star level players in DeRozan and LaVine, surrounded by two dependable players in Ball and Vucevic. Off the bench, Alex Caruso brings grit and grind mentality. While the Clippers are missing Leonard, the Bulls await the return of Vucevic and Patrick Williams is out long term. Chicago has also missed Coby White since the start of the season.
Host: Los Angeles Clippers
Visitors: Chicago Bulls
Match Timing: 15 November, @ 08:00 AM
Venue: Staples Center
Clippers: On a roll using experience
Clippers are a well-rounded defensive unit, allowing just around 103 PPG, which is among the top five least points allowed per game average. They force a ton of turnovers as teams lose possessions 16 times per game against them. Clippers have been stellar on both ends of the floor and their experience is coming in handy.
Bulls: Sprightly and promising
Like the Clippers, the Bulls also pride themselves on their defensive abilities. The team allows just 103.8 PPG which places them in top ten in that regard. On the offensive end, the team scores around 108 PPG which gets the job done mostly due to the discipline on the other hand. The team may be going through an injured phase but the iso-ball of DeRozan and LaVine has proven to be effective.
LA Clippers| Chicago Bulls
Games: 12| 12
Wins: 08| 08
Defeats: 04| 04
Los Angeles Clippers Team News:
Clippers Expected Starting Five
SF: Paul George PF: Nicolas Batum C: Ivica Zubac
SG: Eric Bledsoe PG: Reggie Jackson
BENCH: Serge Ibaka, Jay Scrubb, Luke Kennard, Terance Mann, Moses Wright, Justise Winslow, Keon Johnson, Amir Coffey, Brandon Boston Jr., Isaiah Hartenstein.
Chicago Bulls News:
Bulls Expected Starting Five
PF: Javonte Green SF: DeMar DeRozan C: Tony Bradley
SG: Zach LaVine PG: Lonzo Ball
BENCH: Alex Caruso, Derrick Jones Jr., Troy Brown Jr., Ayo Dosummo, Tyler Cook, Alize Johnson, Matt Thomas, Devon Dotson, Marko Simonovic, Coby White.
Zach is one of the best isolation scorers in the league and has also improved his defense. The athletic guard has scored between 23-32 points in the last five games. He is one of the options for Star/Pro Player in the Dream11 NBA fantasy scenario.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-44
PG-13’s load has eased quite a bit since his teammates have turned up their games. Still, Paul is an ace scorer and has not scored below 20 in 8 games in a row while getting his hands on a bunch of rebounds and assists.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 40-66
Demar DeRozan (CHI)
Demar has made a huge difference for the Bulls lineup this season. He brings both the offensive and defensive tools to the fray. He has scored 25 or more in three of the last five games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 40-50
Reggie Jackson (LAC)
Reggie has found his rhythm this season and the Clippers’ opponent better be ready for him right now He has compounded 22.6 PPG, 5.0 APG in the last five matches
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 25-39
Lonzo Ball (CHI)
Like DeRozan, new arrival Ball has also injected energy into the Bulls lineup. He is averaging 1.8 SPG for the last five games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 23-39
Bledsoe is having a better time with the Clippers than had with the Pelicans last season. The guard is averaging 1.8 SPG in the last five games.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 23-33
PG: A Caruso
SG: L Kennard, Z LaVine
SF: P George(SP), D Jones
PF: N Batum, D Derozan(PP)
C: I Zubac