Sixers vs Wizards NBA Live: The Philadelphia 76ers finished 1st in the NBA Standings for the Eastern Conference while the Washington Wizards secured the right to play them in the Play-in tournament. 76ers have a terrific combination of Embiid, Harris, and Simmons, who are surrounded by terrific complementary players. The Wizards have had a tough season but they have the potential to beat the 76ers. More about PHI vs WAS Dream11 will be given here.
PHI vs WAS Dream11 NBA Playoffs: The 76ers have a terrific center in Joel Embiid and he will give the centers of Washington a lot of trouble. The Wizards’ prolific guards in Beal and Westbrook will draw attention from superb perimeter defenders in Green and Simmons, who will try their utmost to lock down the perimeter. However, the Wizards will have a lot of trouble dealing with Harris, which can be the deciding factor too in this 7-game series.
Host: Philadelphia 76ers
Visitors: Washington Wizards
Match Timing: 23 May @ 10:30 PM
Venue: Wells Fargo Arena Philadelphia
Streaming: WATCH 76ers vs Wizards NBA Live on Sony channels including Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 3 and Sony ESPN in India, and SonyLiv App
Philadelphia 76ers| Washington Wizards
Games 00 | 02
Wins: 00 | 01
Defeats: 00 | 01
Philadelphia 76ers News:
Status Out: No one has been ruled out so far.
Status Questionable: Matisse Thybulle is a “Game Time Decision”
Philadelphia 76ers active roster: Joel Embiid, Seth Curry, Shake Milton, Mike Scott, Ben Simmons, Danny Green, Tobias Harris, Matisse Thybulle, Dwight Howard, George Hill, Anthony Tolliver, Gary Clarke, Tyrese Maxey, Furkan Korkmaz, Paul Reed, Isaiah Joe.
Washington Wizards News:
Status Out: Thomas Bryant and Deni Avdija will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Nothing further to report.
Washington Wizards active roster: Russell Westbrook, Bradley Beal, Rui Hachimura, Isaac Bonga, Cassius Winston, Daniel Gafford, Robin Lopez, Raul Neto, Anzejs Pasecniks, Jerome Robinson, Devis Bertans, Moritz Wagner, Garrison Matthews, Deni Avdija, Caleb Homesley, Troy Brown Jr, Anthony Gill.
*Stats from Regular Season*
Projected Fantasy Points: 60
Westbrook is a triple-double threat on a nightly basis and his athleticism and skills make him an incredible player. Russell will be crucial in this game and can be guarded by either Danny Green or Simmons which can disrupt his rhythm. He scored 18 points and 15 assists in the game against the Pacers. Westbrook is one of the favorite candidates here as the Super-Player in the Dream11 NBA scenario.
Joel has a lot of moves in the low-post and he is a decent shooter as well. He has been having spectacular seasons in the league for a long time now and he is equally a difficult Center to guard like Nikola Jokic. Joel can give the Wizards a lot of trouble inside and the team already has gone through multiple defensive struggles.
Beal produced an outstanding scoring season, finishing 2nd in the league in terms of PPG. He lit the league on fire but has been playing through considerable pain since the tail-end of the season. He scored 25 points in the win against the Pacers.
Simmons is the primary playmaker for Philly but he gives decent inside offense too. However, he is becoming one of the most threatening defenders in the league and has the ability to shut down elite guards. He might be matched up against Beal or Westbrook in this game which will make it interesting.
Tobias Harris: PPG: 19.5 RPG: 6.8 APG: 3.5 TPG: 1.7
Tobias is a coach’s dream as his experience enables him to study both the offensive and ends, plus he supplements his squad with tremendous rebounding. Tobias is a prime contributor and remains one of the most team-oriented and underrated players at his position.
Rui Hachimura: PPG: 13.8 RPG: 5.5 TPG: 1.2 PFP: 23
The young Hachimura is a “X-Factor” for the Wizards and will certainly need to step up his game against the Sixers. He collected 18 points in the win against the Pacers.
Shake Milton: PPG: 13.0 APG: 3.1 TPG: 1.6 PFP: 19
Milton provides high-quality offense at the guard position and gives the Sixers bench a substantial depth.
Danny Green: PPG: 9.7 RPG: 3.6 SPG: 1.3 PFP: 24
Daniel Gafford had 15 points and 13 rebounds in the win against the Pacers.
Raul Neto scored 14 points against the Pacers.
PG: I Smith, R Westbrook(SP)
SG: D Green
SF: F Korkmaz, R Neto
PF: D Bertans
C: J Embiid(PP), D Gafford