LAL vs MIN Dream11:NBA reproduces world-level talent every season and in this game, we will see both established and budding stars. Here, Golden State Warriors will come face-to-face versus the Minnesota Timberwolves in an inter-conference battle. Will we see LeBron James come back from injury this season?
Lakers and Timberwolves are both struggling in terms of defense and leave the door ajar for multiple opponents. It seems like Minnesota is heading for another abysmal season and there is a serious lack of depth. LA Lakers are aiming for a championship and have a wealth of talent at their disposal, but still, need to make a few adjustments. More about this game, including Dream11 Lineup, stats, injury reports, etc. is given below.
Host: Los Angeles Lakers
Visitors: Minnesota Timberwolves
Match Timing: 13 November, @ 09:00 AM
Venue: Staples Center
Lakers have had trouble putting opponents and come into this game after playing a couple of Overtime games. The team has defensive issues, squandering 112 PPG, and Russell Westbrook despite his all-around talent has been turning the ball way too much. The Lineup is still calling for settlement and it is clear that the team is missing LeBron’s leadership on the floor.
Timberwolves are among the bottom of most defensive metrics and give away a ton of free throws to their opponents. Offensively, they shoot just 41% and it is clear that their record indicates the struggle on both ends of the floor. While Russell, Edwards, and Towns have been superb offensively. The team lacks the overall depth to acquire wins.
LA Lakers| Minnesota Timberwolves
Games: 12| 10
Wins: 07| 03
Defeats: 05| 07
Los Angeles Lakers Team News
Lakers Expected Starting Five
PF: Anthony Davis SF: Kent Bazemore C: Deandre Jordan
SG: Avery Bradley PG: Russell Westbrook
BENCH: Wayne Ellington, Carmelo Anthony, Trevor Ariza, Dwight Howard, Rajon Rondo, Kendrick Nunn, Jay Huff, Sekou Doumbouya, LeBron James.
Minnesota Timberwolves News:
Timberwolves Expected Starting Five
PF: Jaden McDaniels SF: Anthony Edwards C: Karl Anthony Towns
SG: Patrick Beverley PG: D’Angelo Russell
BENCH: Malik Beasley, Josh Okogie, Naz Reid, Jarred Vanderbilt, Jordan McLaughlin, Taurean Prince, Jaylen Novell, Nathan Knight, Jake Layman.
Ant Davis has scored 24 or more in the last three of the five games. He has also clasped double-digit rebounds in four of the five games. He has 2.3 BPG this season.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 45-61
Edwards has taken huge strides in his young career and it is clear Minnesota is banking on him for big rewards. He leads this team in scoring, will he continue to be the same way?
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-56
Russell Westbrook (LAL)
Russell has managed two triple-doubles in a row. However, he has also committed 6-8 turnovers in the last three games. Can Westbrook sort out his turnover issues soon?
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 43-60
Karl Anthony Towns (MIN)
Towns is a double-double force on the floor on most nights and provide a lot of production at the Center spot.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 14-22
Carmelo Anthony (LAL)
Anthony has been on fire all season long. He has put 20 o more points multiple times and the Lakers’ winning record has been largely compiled through his heroics off the bench.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 25-42
The lefty guard can put up a ton of points in a hurry. Russell has become a reliable scorer from the guard position and continues to showcase his skills.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 17-29
PG: R Westbrook(SP), P Beverley
SG: M Monk, A Edwards
SF: K Bazemore
PF: C Anthony, A Davis(PP)
C: N Reid