Kings vs Hawks Fantasy NBA: The Sacramento Kings will hit the floor after beating the Cavaliers behind a 30 points outburst by De’Aaron Fox. On the other hand, the Atlanta Hawks will come into the game after losing to the Clippers despite a 28 points outing by Trae Young. Lineup SAC vs ATL Dream11 Team Prediction will be given at the end of the article.
Kings’ season: Sacramento is in the rebuilding phase, and after acquiring rookie Tyrese Haliburton, they may have a promising core. Richuan Holmes has made a niche as their starting center and even though they have struggled to gather wins, they do have a solid lineup that consists of Buddy Hield and Marvin Bagley(currently injured). Harrison Barnes provides them decent output at the SF spot but they may pull some moves before the trade deadline.
Hawks’ season: Atlanta has hit strides since March and remains in contention for Playoffs, ranking 4th in the NBA standings for a thin Eastern Conference. They have 7 of their last 8 games and their core of John Collins, Clint Capela, and Huerter is fuelled by an elite scorer in Trae Young. Although Collins is unclear with the team, the Hawks have shown a lot of promise for the future.
Host: Sacramento Kings
Visitors: Atlanta Hawks
Time: 25 March @ 07:30 AM
Venue: Golden 1 Center
Streaming: WATCH Kings vs Hawks NBA Live on Sony channels including Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 3 and Sony ESPN in India, and SonyLiv App
NBA Projections and Analysis:
Sacramento Kings| Atlanta Hawks
Games: 43| 43
Wins: 18 | 22
Defeats: 25 | 21
Sacramento Kings team News:
Status Out: Chimezie Metu and Marvin Bagley will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Nothing further to report so far.
Sacramento Kings active roster: De’Aaron Fox, Buddy Hield, Marvin Bagley, Harrison Barnes, Kyle Guy, Nemanja Bjelica, Richuan Holmes, Hassan Whiteside, Daquan Jeffries, Tyrese Haliburton, Robert Woodward II, Cory Joseph, Justin James, Jahm’ius Ramsey, Glenn Robinson III.
Atlanta Hawks team News:
Status Out: Cam Reddish will not play in this fixture.
Status Questionable: Kris Dunn and Bogdan Bogdanovic are questionable for the game.
Atlanta Hawks active roster: Trae Young, John Collins, DeAndre Hunter, Kevin Huerter, Clint Capela, Bruno Fernando, Rajon Rondo, Bojan Bogdanovic, Brandon Goodwin, Solomon Hill, Nathan Knight, and Skyler Mays.
Projected Fantasy Points: 50
Young has been in subliminal form this season and he is one of the most mouth-watering shooters and playmakers in the league. His sniper-like shooting has enabled Hawks to acquire a winning record and he has made sure that they remain in the Playoffs hunt. He is a great option as the Super-Player in the Dream11 NBA fantasy scenario.
The swiper has been impressive in scoring the ball and despite his team struggling, he has produced an incredible season. His playmaking abilities also make him an impressive all-around offensive player and he is well adorned to perform the role of a primary scorer for his team. The 23-year-old is averaging 27.7 PPG and 1.7 SPG in March.
Capela has become one of the best rebounders in the league and his athleticism also enables him to be an effective offensive and defensive player. He benefits from playing with a playmaker like Trae Young, and he has built a great home for himself in the city of Atlanta.
Barnes has been a reliant scorer at the Forward position and he is also a great rebounder while being a decent passer. Barnes’ numbers have been down prior to previous years and that has affected his team’s performances too. He is averaging 7.7 RPG and 4.1 APG this month.
John Collins: PPG: 18.3 RPG: 7.8 BPG: 1.1 TPG: 1.3 PFP: 33
Collins is an incredible young player who is extremely athletic and can score in a variety of ways. His status with the team is unclear but he has continued to perform well. He has averaged 8.7 RPG and 1.7 BPG this month and is looking to improve in every facet of the game.
Buddy Hield: PPG: 16.9 RPG: 4.6 APG: 3.3 TPG: 1.7 PFP: 35
Buddy has struggled to shoot at many points in the season but he always keeps a defender busy with his dynamic moves and is an able scorer at the two-guard slot. In March, he has averaged 20.6 PPG and 5.4 RPG on 46% FG, marking his best month of the season.
Richuan Holmes: PPG: 13.9 RPG: 8.8 BPG: 1.6 TPG: 1.4 PFP: 35
Holmes supplies great defense, decent rebounding, and scoring at the big-man position. He has had a great season and is averaging a double-double with 17.2 PPG and 10.7 RPG this month.
Danilo Gallinari: PPG: 12.8 RPG: 3.9 PFP: 19
Tyrese Haliburton: PPG: 12.8 APG: 5.0 RPG: 3.4 SPG: 1.3 TPG: 1.5 PFP: 33
Kevin Huerter: PPG: 11.9 RPG: 3.7 APG: 3.6 SPG: 1.3 TPG: 1.3
PG: T Haliburton(PP), T Young(SP)
SG: B Hield, C Joseph
SF: T Snell
PF: N Bjelica
C: C Capela, J Collins