PHX vs GSW Dream11: Here it is! The game we have all been waiting for between two of the most red-hot teams in the league right now. The Phoenix Suns will host the Golden State Warriors in an electric showdown. Is this the preview of the Western Conference Finals? Too soon to say that, isn’t it?
The Suns have won 16 in a row and have a 17-3 record right now. If the team wins this match, it will tie the 18-3 record of Golden State for the first position in the Western Conference. Phoenix has shown that its streak is no fluke by beating teams like Knicks and East’s best Nets on the road during back-to-back nights.
The Warriors have been on fire all season long, losing just two games in 40-45 days window, while winning most of its game with more than 10 points or so. Golden State has reached the apex of the Western Conference but this could be their toughest test all season long as the squad will Suns who are on a 16-game win streak, away from home.
Host: Phoenix Suns
Visitors: Golden State Warriors
Match Timing: 1 December, @ 08:30 AM
Venue: Footprint Center
Phoenix: Elite combinations
With Paul at the helm of the ball-handling, you get 10-15 assists regularly while Devin Booker is scoring 30 or more rapidly these days. Ayton in the middle can get you 15 points and 10-15 rebounds during most games while Bridges has become an elite defender, chipping in with 10-15 points usually. With Cameron Johnson, Cameron Payne, and Landry Shamet off the bench, the Suns have no trouble putting up 110-120 points while playing superb defense.
Warriors: Well-versed in all regards
Warriors have generated a season of high quality here. They are the best offensive team, averaging around 115 or so, and have scored 110-120 in most games. The team doesn’t give you chance at the defensive end, being at the top of defensive efficiency that is under 100. Basically, the Warriors are imposing on both ends of the floor. With Curry, you get 30 or so just like that, Poole and Wiggins score 17-22 regularly, Green is a huge presence on both ends while Otto Porter Jr. has scored 10+ points during some games recently. The Warriors are stacked and they have done all of this without their Superstar Klay Thompson and rookie standout James Wiseman.
Phoenix Suns | Golden State Warriors
Games: 20| 20
Wins: 17| 18
Defeats: 03| 02
Phoenix Suns Team News
Suns Expected Starting Five
Wings: PF: Jae Crowder SF: Mikal Bridges
Middle: C: DeAndre Ayton
Guards: SG: Devin Booker PG: Chris Paul
BENCH: Jalen Smith, Abdul Nader, Chandler Hutchinson, JaVale McGee, Elfrid Payton, Chasson Randle, Cameron Johnson, Dario Saric, Landry Shamet, Cameron Payne, Ismail Wainright.
Golden State Warriors Team News
Warriors Expected Starting Five
Wings: PF: Draymond Green SF: Andrew Wiggins
Middle: C: Kevon Looney
Guards: SG: Jordan Poole PG: Stephen Curry
BENCH: Jonathan Kuminga, James Wiseman, Juan Toscano-Anderson, Gary Payton II, Moses Moody, Otto Porter Jr., Nemanja Belica, Damion Lee.
If Chris Paul is the Floor General, Devin Booker is the offensive brigades in this squad. The guard has regained his rhythm big-time. The guard has scored 30 or more in three straight games now.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 48-60
The scary thing about Steph has not been his scoring, we know he is someone who has averaged around 30 points before. It is his defense that has given the Warriors an immense boost, he had 6 steals in the last game but it is much more than that, he fights through screens and closes out well at the perimeter. He can be selected as a Star/Pro Player in the Dream 11 NBA Fantasy scenario.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 47-70
Chris Paul (PHX)
Chris Paul is a magician with the ball. He is number three on the all-time list of assists. The guard has continued to average around 14 points and 10 assists per game and is one of the key reasons why the Suns are on ascendancy right now.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-49
Green is one of the best if not the best big forward passers the game has seen. His defense also deserves a mention and he makes this Warriors the squad it is right now, tight-knit at both ends of the floor. Expect 8-12 rebounds and assists every two games from him.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-44
Wiggins has provided some much-needed production at the wing position. He has breached the 25+ points regularly this season and remains one of the best defenders in this team, getting his hands at 1 or 2 steals or blocks almost every game.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 30-37
Deandre Ayton is one of the most reliable bigs in the league. Like last season, he is on his way to average a double-double(15+ points, 11+ rebounds a game). Deandre has grabbed 13 or more rebounds in two of the last four matches while scoring 16 or more twice in that window.
Expected Fantasy Points Range: 27-45
PG: S Curry(SP), C Paul(PP)
SG: L Shamet, J Poole
SF: O Porter
PF: D Green
C: K Looney, J McGee
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